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|Elements of citation||Author -- Title in inverted commas -- Date -- URL|
11. Genevieve von Petzinger, "Why are these 32 symbols found in ancient caves all over Europe?" filmed August 2015 at TED Fellows Retreat 2015, video, 12:05, https://www.ted.com/talks/genevieve_von_petzinger_why_are_these_32_symbols_found_in_ancient_caves_all_over_europe.
22. Stephanie McCarter, "Rape, lost in translation: how translators of Ovid’s “Metamorphoses” turn an assault into a consensual encounter," Electric Lit, 1 May 2018, https://electricliterature.com/rape-lost-in-translation-7d069ce39d12.
McCarter, Stephanie. "Rape, lost in translation: how translators of Ovid’s “Metamorphoses” turn an assault into a consensual encounter." Electric Lit. 1 May 2018. https://electricliterature.com/rape-lost-in-translation-7d069ce39d12.
von Petzinger, Genevieve. "Why are these 32 symbols found in ancient caves all over Europe?" Filmed August 2015 at TED Fellows Retreat 2015. Video,12:05. https://www.ted.com/talks/genevieve_von_petzinger_why_are_these_32_symbols_found_in_ancient_caves_all_over_europe.
|Subsequent citations||von Petzinger, "32 symbols."|
|Endnote reference type||Web Page|