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Rosemary Lee and Niki Pollard      
How to hoard: writing field notes of rehearsals

References

For further information on Beached and Rosemary Lee please visit the Artsadmin website

Atkinson, P. (1990) The ethnographic imagination. London and New York: Routledge
Clifford, J. & Marcus, G.E., eds. (1986) Writing Culture. Berkeley: University of California Press
Coles, A. (ed.) (2000) Site-specificity: the ethnographic turn. Black Dog
Davies, C. Aull (1999) Reflexive ethnography: a guide to researching selves and others. London & New York: Routledge
Devereaux, L. & Hillman, R. (eds.) (1995) Fields of vision: essays in film studies, visual anthropology and photography. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press.
Emerson, RM., Fretz, RI., Shaw, LL. (1995) Writing ethnographic fieldnotes. University of Chicago Press.
Melrose, S. (2003) ‘Textual turns – and a turn-up for the books’. www.sfmelrose.u-net.com/nottingham
Melrose, S. (2002) ‘Please adjust your set.’ Keynote address, Arnolfini/University of Bristol summer school and symposium. www.sfmelrose.u-net.com
Ong, W. (1988, 1982) Orality and literacy. London: Routledge
Pink, S. (2001) Doing Visual Ethnography. London, Thousand Oaks, New Delhi: Sage

Acknowledgements

The authors wish to thank the artistic team of Beached, particularly the dancers: Andrea Buckley, Ruth Spencer and Paula Hampson of Chapter 4. In writing this paper, they acknowledge the support of Professor Susan Melrose, Professor Christopher Bannerman at ResCen, and an Arts and Humanities Research Board award for doctoral research at Middlesex University.

Biographies

Rosemary Lee is a choreographer, director and performer and a research associate at ResCen. She presents her work in a wide variety of contexts and works with performers of all ages, both professional and non professional.

Niki Pollard is currently working towards an AHRB-funded doctorate at Middlesex University, following studies at the Laban Centre and Corpus Christi College Cambridge.

 

 
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