Seven (in whisper): Sources

-- Jeux: Re-imagined. Documentation of performance at Ateneum-sali, Helsinki, 5 November 2016.

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Banerji, Anurima. 2017. “Intermediary Incorporation: Negotiating Cultural (Over) ows in Indian Classical Dance.” Paper presentation at the PSi#23 Conference, Hamburg, 11 June 2017.

Blanning, Tim. 2008. The Triumph of Music:The Rise of Composers, Musicians and Their Art. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press.

Borggren, Gunhild & Gade, Rune, eds. 2013. Performing Archives: Archives of Performance. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen.

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Burt, Ramsay. 1998. “Re-presentations of re-presentations.” Dance Theatre Journal 14:2, 30–3.

Burt, Ramsay. 2003. “Memory, Repetition and Critical Intervention: The Politics of Historical Reference in Recent European Dance Performance.” Performance Research 8:2, 34–41.

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Cook, Alexander. 2004. “The Use and Abuse of Historical Reenactment: Thoughts on Recent Trends in Public History.” Criticism 46(3): 487-496.

DeFrantz, Thomas F. 2007. Review of Exhausting Dance: Performance and the Politics of Movement. By André Lepecki. TDR: The Drama Review 51(3): 189-192.

Elswit, Kate. 2014. “Inheriting Dance’s Alternative Histories.” Dance Research Journal 46(1): 3-22.

Enwezor, Okwui. 2003. “The Postcolonial Constellation: Contemporary Art in a State of Permanent Transition.” Research in African Literatures 34(4): 57-82.

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Franko, Mark. 1989. “Repeatability, Reconstruction and Beyond.” Theatre Journal, 41:1, 56–74.

Genné, Beth. 2000. “Creating a Canon, Creating the ‘Classics’ in Twentieth-Century British Ballet.” Dance Research 18 (2): 132–62.

Gross, Valentine. 1913. Jeux. Images from Comœdia illustré 5 June 1913 special issue. Copyright, used with permission.

Guest, Ann Hutchinson. 2000. ”Is Authenticity to be Had?” In Stephanie Jordan, ed. Preservation Politics: Dance Revived, Reconstructed, Remade. London: Dance Books, 6571.

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Järvinen, Hanna. 2009. “Critical Silence: The Unseemly Games of Love in Jeux (1913).” Dance Research 27(2): 199–226.

Järvinen, Hanna. 2013a. “Stillness and Modernity in Nijinsky’s Jeux.” Discourses in Dance 5(1): 13–38. 

Järvinen, Hanna. 2013b."'They Never Dance': The Choreography of Le Sacre du Printemps" AVANT IV: 3/2013 DOI: 10.12849/40302013.1012.0002

Järvinen, Hanna & Pentti, Liisa. 2017. “Koreografian ja historian uudelleen kuvittelua.” Tiede & edistys 4/2017, 216-232.

Järvinen, Hanna & Pentti, Liisa. 2019. “On Writing and/in Collaboration.” Forthcoming in J. Bacon, R. Hilton, P. Kramer, V. Midgelow, eds., Researching in/as Motion: A Resource Collection. Helsinki: Theatre Academy of the University of the Arts.

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McGinness, John Randolph. 1996. Playing with Debussy’s Jeux: Music and Modernism. PhD thesis, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Monni, Kirsi. 2007. “Tanssiesteettinen perintö ja Deborah Hayn radikaali taide: ontologisen eron pohdintaa.” In Liikkeitä näyttämöllä, ed. Pia Houni & Johanna Laakkonen & Heta Reitala & Leena Rouhiainen, 36–61. Näyttämö & Tutkimus 2. Helsinki: Teatterintutkimuksen seura.

Nochlin, Linda. 1995. Women, Art, and Power and Other Essays. New York: Harper & Row.

Nur Amin, Takiyah. 2018. “African American Dance Revisited: Undoing Master Narratives in the Studying and Teaching of Dance History.” Ch. 4 in Morris, Geraldine & Nicholas, Larraine, eds. 2018. Rethinking Dance History: Issues and Methodologies. 2nd ed. Abingdon: Routledge.

Pakes, Anna. 2003. “Original Embodied Knowledge: The Epistemology of the New in Dance Practice as Research.” Research in Dance Education, 4(2): 127-149.

Phelan, Peggy. 1993. Unmarked: The Politics of Performance. New York: Routledge.

Rouhiainen, Leena. 2015. ”Coming to terms with artistic research.” På Spissen 1, 3537.

Schneider, Rebecca. 2001. ”Performance Remains.” Performance Research 6(2): 100-108.

Schneider, Rebecca. 2011. Performing Remains: Art and War in Times of Theatrical Reenactment. London and New York: Routledge.

Taylor, Diana. 2003. The Archive and the Repertoire: Performing Cultural Memory in the Americas. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

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