Hubert Nicholson: Lost and Found
Professor Briony McDonagh B.McDonagh@hull.ac.uk
Interim Director of the Energy and Environment Institute & Professor of Environmental Humanities
|Funder(s)||School of Advanced Study|
|Project Dates||Jun 1, 2017 - Mar 31, 2020|
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