KINSHIP AS A POLITICAL ACT
Responding to Political Exclusion through Communities of Solidaristic Kinship
- University/Institution: Boston College, USA
- Faculty/Department: Theology
- Director of the Doctoral Dissertation: Andrea Vicini, SJ, MD, PhD, STD
- Year of Doctoral Defence: 2020
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