Imagined Places – Location in Lars von Trier’s films in the perspective of Carl Th. Dreyer and Andrey Tarkovsky

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Imagined Places – Location in Lars von Trier’s films in the perspective of Carl Th. Dreyer and Andrey Tarkovsky. / Agger, Gunhild.

Non-Place: Representing Placelessness in Literature, Media and Culture. red. / Mirjam Gebauer; Helle Thorsøe Nielsen; Jan T. Schlosser; Bent Sørensen. Bind 7 Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 2015. s. 297-328.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

Harvard

Agger, G 2015, Imagined Places – Location in Lars von Trier’s films in the perspective of Carl Th. Dreyer and Andrey Tarkovsky. i M Gebauer, H Thorsøe Nielsen, JT Schlosser & B Sørensen (red), Non-Place: Representing Placelessness in Literature, Media and Culture. bind 7, Aalborg Universitetsforlag, Interdisciplinære kulturstudier, s. 297-328.

APA

Agger, G. (2015). Imagined Places – Location in Lars von Trier’s films in the perspective of Carl Th. Dreyer and Andrey Tarkovsky. I M. Gebauer, H. Thorsøe Nielsen, J. T. Schlosser, & B. Sørensen (red.), Non-Place: Representing Placelessness in Literature, Media and Culture (Bind 7, s. 297-328). Aalborg Universitetsforlag. Interdisciplinære kulturstudier

CBE

Agger G. 2015. Imagined Places – Location in Lars von Trier’s films in the perspective of Carl Th. Dreyer and Andrey Tarkovsky. Gebauer M, Thorsøe Nielsen H, Schlosser JT, Sørensen B, red. I Non-Place: Representing Placelessness in Literature, Media and Culture. Aalborg Universitetsforlag. s. 297-328. (Interdisciplinære kulturstudier).

MLA

Agger, Gunhild "Imagined Places – Location in Lars von Trier’s films in the perspective of Carl Th. Dreyer and Andrey Tarkovsky"., Gebauer, Mirjam og Thorsøe Nielsen, Helle Schlosser, Jan T. Sørensen, Bent (redaktører). Non-Place: Representing Placelessness in Literature, Media and Culture. Aalborg Universitetsforlag. (Interdisciplinære kulturstudier). 2015, 297-328.

Vancouver

Agger G. Imagined Places – Location in Lars von Trier’s films in the perspective of Carl Th. Dreyer and Andrey Tarkovsky. I Gebauer M, Thorsøe Nielsen H, Schlosser JT, Sørensen B, red., Non-Place: Representing Placelessness in Literature, Media and Culture. Bind 7. Aalborg Universitetsforlag. 2015. s. 297-328. (Interdisciplinære kulturstudier).

Author

Agger, Gunhild. / Imagined Places – Location in Lars von Trier’s films in the perspective of Carl Th. Dreyer and Andrey Tarkovsky. Non-Place: Representing Placelessness in Literature, Media and Culture. red. / Mirjam Gebauer ; Helle Thorsøe Nielsen ; Jan T. Schlosser ; Bent Sørensen. Bind 7 Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 2015. s. 297-328 (Interdisciplinære kulturstudier).

Bibtex

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