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Hammond, H (2010) A Museum of Props”: The Sleeping Beauty, French Old Regime historiography and the balletic challenge to the historical text’ Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film. (Submitted)

Book Section

Hammond, H (2011) Wayne McGregor In: Fifty Contemporary Choreographers. Routledge Key Guides . Routledge, London and New York. ISBN 0415380812

Hammond, H (2011) Hytner’s Home Movie: Ballet, Balanchine and Belonging in Nicholas Hytner’s Centre Stage’ In: Anthology of selected papers from Popular Music and Dance Symposia, 2007-2009. UNSPECIFIED.

Hammond, H (2011) Landed identity and the Bourbon Neapolitan State: Claude-Joseph Vernet and the politics of the siti reali’ In: A New Cultural History of Naples. UNSPECIFIED.

Hammond, H (2010) Spectacular Histories: The Ballets Russes, the Past and the Classical Tradition In: Ballets Russes: The Art of Costume. National Gallery of Australia/Thames and Hudson, Canberra, pp. 51-67. ISBN 0642541574

Hammond, H (2009) Dancing Against History: Brecht, Ballet and Britain In: Historical reenactment. Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 0230576125

Conference or Workshop Item

Hammond, H (2007) Cecchetti, Carabosse and The Sleeping Beauty In: An International Celebration of Enrico Cecchetti, Papers from the conference hosted by the Dance Department, University of Chichester, Society for Dance Research and Cecchetti Teachers’ Summer School, 2005-07-31 - ?, University of Chichester.

Hammond, H (2006) Making Dance Epic: Ballet, Brecht and Britain In: Society for Dance History Scholars 29th Annual Confernce, 2006-06-15 - 2006-06-18, Banff, Calgary, Canada.

Hammond, H Coffee and conciliation: Panini’s Meeting of Carlo di Borbone and Pope Benedict XIV at the Quirinal Coffee House in 1744 and the new cultural politics of papal sovereignty in mid-eighteenth-century Rome’ In: Religion, Mysticism and Heresy in Italian Culture, Society of Italian Studies annual conference, 2010 - ?, University of Warwick in Venice.

Hammond, H Dancing against logocentricity: The MacMillan-Nolan Rite of Spring’ In: British Australian Studies Association Conference, 2008 - ?, Royal Holloway, University of London.

Hammond, H The History of The Sleeping Beauty at the Royal Opera House’ In: The Sleeping Beauty Insight Afternoon, A Royal Opera House (Royal Ballet) Education Event, 2008 - ?, Covent Garden.

Hammond, H Landed identity and the Bourbon Neapolitan State: Claude-Joseph Vernet and the politics of the siti reali’ In: Exoticising Vesuvius: Formations and Representations of Naples, c.1500-present, AHRC Research Workshop Series, CRASSH, 2009 - ?, University of Cambridge.

Hammond, H Local landscape and national history: Herculaneum, Pompeii and mobilising the past in mid-eighteenth-century Bourbon Naples’ In: Italy and its Pasts: an Interdisciplinary Conference. Association for the Study of Modern Italy Annual Conference, 2010 - ?, Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London.

Hammond, H A Museum of Props”: The 1890 Sleeping Beauty, nineteenth-century French historiography and the balletic challenge to the historical text’ In: Modern French History Seminar, 2008 - ?, Institute of Historical Research, University of London.

Hammond, H Ninette de Valois and the Bloomsbury Group’ In: Ninette de Valois: Adventurous Traditionalist, 2011 - ?.

Hammond, H The Place at 40 In: Dance and Spectacle, annual conference of the Society for Dance History Scholars,, 2010 - ?, University of Surrey/The Place.

Hammond, H The Sleeping Beauty: towards a politics of the total art work as historical representation’ In: Centre for Inter-Disciplinary Music Research Seminar, 2008 - ?, Roehampton University.

Hammond, H Sokurov’s Russian Ark (2003) and Gergiev’s Sleeping Beauty (1890/1999): Towards a new politics and poetics of the St. Petersburg total art work as representation of the historical past’ In: The Past is Still to Change: Performing History from 1945 to the Present, international conference, 2009 - ?, Vytautus Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania.

Hammond, H The staging of historicity itself”: Embodied memory and the moving image in post-war British Brechtian Dance Theatre’ In: The Visual Archive: The Moving Image and Memory International Workshop, 2009 - ?, Open University.

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