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    Playing it Again: Citation, Reiteration or Circularity?

    Campbell, Jan, Harbord, Janet
    Theory, Culture & Society, April 1999, Vol.16(2), pp.229-239 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Sage Journals (Sage Publications), SAGE HSS (Sage Publications), SAGE Sociology (Sage Publications), SAGE Journals (Sage Publications)
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    Titre: Playing it Again: Citation, Reiteration or Circularity?
    Auteur: Campbell, Jan; Harbord, Janet
    Sujet: Social Sciences (General)
    Fait partie de: Theory, Culture & Society, April 1999, Vol.16(2), pp.229-239
    Identifiant: 0263-2764 (ISSN); 1460-3616 (E-ISSN); 10.1177/02632769922050494 (DOI)

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    Chris Marker "La jetée"

    Harbord, Janet
    London : Afterall Books
    2009
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    Titre: Chris Marker "La jetée" / Janet Harbord
    Auteur: Harbord, Janet
    Editeur: London : Afterall Books
    Date: 2009
    Collation: [X], 110 p., 32 p. de pl. : ill. ; 22 cm
    Collection: One work
    Documents dans cette collection: One work
    Identifiant: 9781846380495 (ISBN); 9781846380488 (pbk.) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R005108369
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R005108369/html?view=GE_V1

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    The Potency of Film Editing: Rose Hobart Stop Return

    Harbord, Janet
    Contemporary Theatre Review, 02 January 2015, Vol.25(1), pp.68-72 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Taylor & Francis (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: The Potency of Film Editing: Rose Hobart Stop Return
    Auteur: Harbord, Janet
    Sujet: Drama
    Description: As a stage of film production, editing is associated with a final lock-down of choices configured by an edit decision list, which acts as the guarantor of a coherent final product confirmed by a studio logo and a director's name. The final edit is the signature that authors and authorises the film, paying due credit to the notion of authorial control, even within a process as collaborative as film making. Yet editing had a different origin of sorts in the earlier part of the 20c, when Esfir Shub was appointed director of the local montage division at the Soviet state film company, Goskino. Shub was instructed to re-edit foreign and pre-revolutionary films to excise incorrect sequences, re-editing and re-subtitling films and film history for the new Soviet audiences. In the process, Shub created a mode of film making foregrounding the practice of editing. Editing, in Shub's hands, was the demonstration of film's power to undo official versions and craft multiple stories from the same materials. Shub created a new sub-genre, the compilation film, thereby demonstrating that editing was a potent force for adapting, reversing, and re-writing the meaning of any sequence of image and sound.
    Fait partie de: Contemporary Theatre Review, 02 January 2015, Vol.25(1), pp.68-72
    Identifiant: 1048-6801 (ISSN); 1477-2264 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/10486801.2015.992245 (DOI)

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    Simon Starling

    Roelstraete, Dieter
    Manacorda, Francesco, Harbord, Janet
    Oxford : Phaidon
    2012
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    Titre: Simon Starling / Dieter Roelstraete, Francesco Manacorda, Janet Harbord
    Auteur: Roelstraete, Dieter
    Contributeur: Manacorda, Francesco; Harbord, Janet
    Editeur: Oxford : Phaidon
    Date: 2012
    Collation: 158 p. : ill. ; 29 cm
    Collection: Contemporary artists
    Documents dans cette collection: Contemporary artists
    Sujet RERO: Starling, Simon
    Classification: cdu-head 7.071 STAR/ROE
    Identifiant: 9780714864198 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R007171989
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R007171989/html?view=GE_V1

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    Ex-centric Cinema: Machinic Vision in the Powers of Ten and Electronic Cartography

    Harbord, Janet
    Body & Society, March 2012, Vol.18(1), pp.99-119 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Sage Journals (Sage Publications), SAGE HSS (Sage Publications), SAGE Sociology (Sage Publications), SAGE Journals (Sage Publications)
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    Titre: Ex-centric Cinema: Machinic Vision in the Powers of Ten and Electronic Cartography
    Auteur: Harbord, Janet
    Contributeur: Stacey, Jackie (Editor); Suchman, Lucy (Editor)
    Sujet: Cinema ; Cosmology ; Digitization ; Machinic ; Mapping ; Photography ; Vision ; Social Sciences (General) ; Sociology & Social History
    Description: After a century of cinema, accounts of this cultural form see it as divided between documentation and animation (the real and the magical). Yet the challenge that cinema presented in terms of a relocation of perception from the eye to the machine has become occluded. The shock of cinema in its earliest manifestations resided in the body of the spectator, no longer the site of primary perception, but dependent on an other (the camera, the projector) lacking in human qualities. This article argues that the newly configured body–machine relationship provided by cinema became a marginalized feature of cinematic culture, an ex-centric cinema relegated to the sub-fields of science and educational film. In the mid-20th century the project surfaces spectacularly in the work of pioneering designers Charles and Ray Eames, most poignantly in their film Powers of Ten (first made in 1968, remade in 1977), a journey into the cosmos and back again into the body of a man. Bringing together discourses of space travel, cartography, physics and cinema, the film moves us towards an understanding of visual culture as an apparatus of calculated possibilities, where visualization replaces representation. If we take the Powers of Ten as a non-representational film, an ex-centric cinematic practice, we uncover non-linear and non-representational ways of apprehending the relationship between bodies and matter. This literal line of flight is one path that cinema may have taken. Its presence, however, is detectable outside of the cinema, in the software programs of electronic cartography copyrighted as Google Earth. The human body is not made virtual by its engagement with calculated visualization but is in turn part of the field of enquiry, equally porous, and definable in various scales and in different dimensions.
    Fait partie de: Body & Society, March 2012, Vol.18(1), pp.99-119
    Identifiant: 1357-034X (ISSN); 1460-3632 (E-ISSN); 10.1177/1357034X11430963 (DOI)

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    Typewriters, cameras and love affairs: the fateful haunting of Margaret Mead

    Blake, Tara, Harbord, Janet
    Journal of Media Practice, 01 January 2008, Vol.9(3), pp.215-227 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Taylor & Francis (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: Typewriters, cameras and love affairs: the fateful haunting of Margaret Mead
    Auteur: Blake, Tara; Harbord, Janet
    Sujet: Photography ; Film ; Method ; Supplement ; Mead ; Bali ; Film ; Journalism & Communications
    Description: In the 1930s anthropologist Margaret Mead added photography and film to her written ethnographic method. Working in Bali with her third husband, Gregory Bateson, Mead intended the photographic to provide an accurate record of a culture. But the photographic failed to re-produce Bali. Instead,...
    Fait partie de: Journal of Media Practice, 01 January 2008, Vol.9(3), pp.215-227
    Identifiant: 1468-2753 (ISSN); 2040-0926 (E-ISSN); 10.1386/jmpr.9.3.215_1 (DOI)

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    Between Identification and Desire: Rereading "Rebecca"

    Harbord, Janet
    Feminist Review, 1 July 1996, Issue 53, pp.95-107 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Where Does it Happen? John Cassavetes and the Cinema at Breaking Point

    Harbord, Janet
    Screen, 2007, Vol. 48(4), pp.555-558 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Oxford University Press
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    Titre: Where Does it Happen? John Cassavetes and the Cinema at Breaking Point
    Auteur: Harbord, Janet
    Sujet: Film ; Journalism & Communications;
    Fait partie de: Screen, 2007, Vol. 48(4), pp.555-558
    Identifiant: 0036-9546 (ISSN); 1460-2474 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/screen/hjm062 (DOI)

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    Book Review: Hybridity, or the Cultural Logic of Globalization

    Harbord, Janet
    Global Media and Communication, December 2006, Vol.2(3), pp.369-371 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Sage Journals (Sage Publications), SAGE HSS (Sage Publications), SAGE Communication and Media Studies (Sage Publications), SAGE Journals (Sage Publications)
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    Titre: Book Review: Hybridity, or the Cultural Logic of Globalization
    Auteur: Harbord, Janet
    Sujet: Journalism & Communications
    Fait partie de: Global Media and Communication, December 2006, Vol.2(3), pp.369-371
    Identifiant: 1742-7665 (ISSN); 1742-7673 (E-ISSN); 10.1177/1742766506069583 (DOI)