Public Authority, Property, and Citizenship: What We Talk about When We Talk about Land

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Public Authority, Property, and Citizenship : What We Talk about When We Talk about Land. / Lund, Christian.

The Oxford Handbook of Land Politics. ed. / Saturnino M. Borras, Jr.; Jennifer C. Franco. Oxford University Press, 2022. p. C14.S1–C14.N9.

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Harvard

Lund, C 2022, Public Authority, Property, and Citizenship: What We Talk about When We Talk about Land. in SM Borras, Jr. & JC Franco (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Land Politics. Oxford University Press, pp. C14.S1–C14.N9. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780197618646.013.14

APA

Lund, C. (2022). Public Authority, Property, and Citizenship: What We Talk about When We Talk about Land. In S. M. Borras, Jr., & J. C. Franco (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Land Politics (pp. C14.S1–C14.N9). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780197618646.013.14

Vancouver

Lund C. Public Authority, Property, and Citizenship: What We Talk about When We Talk about Land. In Borras, Jr. SM, Franco JC, editors, The Oxford Handbook of Land Politics. Oxford University Press. 2022. p. C14.S1–C14.N9 https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780197618646.013.14

Author

Lund, Christian. / Public Authority, Property, and Citizenship : What We Talk about When We Talk about Land. The Oxford Handbook of Land Politics. editor / Saturnino M. Borras, Jr. ; Jennifer C. Franco. Oxford University Press, 2022. pp. C14.S1–C14.N9

Bibtex

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