“I-Do” Feminism Courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings and HBC’s Vow To Wow ClubInventing Modern Matrimonial Tradition with Glue Sticks and Cuisinart
Sidney Eve Matrix
Queen’s University, Kingston
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|Auteur :||Sidney Eve Matrix|
|Titre :||“I-Do” Feminism Courtesy of Martha Stewart Weddings and HBC’s Vow To Wow Club: Inventing Modern Matrimonial Tradition with Glue Sticks and Cuisinart|
|Revue :||Ethnologies, Volume 28, numéro 2, 2006, p. 53-80|
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