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    • Assembly of embryonic and extraembryonic stem cells to mimic embryogenesis in vitro 

      Harrison, Sarah; Sozen, B; Christodoulou, Neofytos; Kyprianou, C; Zernicka-Goetz, Magdalena (AAAS, 2017-04-14)
      Mammalian embryogenesis requires intricate interactions between embryonic and extraembryonic tissues to orchestrate and coordinate morphogenesis with changes in developmental potential. Here, we combined mouse embryonic ...
    • Behind the scenes at a Japanese tea ceremony 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      The preparation of the tea implements and tea behind the screen, while a formal tea ceremony is under way on the other side. In an old tea house in Kamakura.
    • The Cambridge Experimental Videodisc Project 

      Bryant, Michael; Harrison, Sarah; Herle, Anita; Jacobs, Julian; Macfarlane, Alan; Porter, Martin (University of Cambridge: Dept. of Social Anthropology, 1990)
    • Earls Colne, Essex. Records of an English Village 1375-1854 

      Harrison, Sarah; Jardine, Charles; King, Tim; King, Jessica; Macfarlane, Alan (The Earls Colne Project, Dept. of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, 2002)
    • Filming a bamboo craftsman 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      The filming of the expert bamboo craftsman splitting and weaving bamboo, near a bamboo factory in central Japan.
    • Filming bamboo cutting and bamboo factory 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      Film of work in a bamboo forest, cutting down tall bamboos, then the working on the bamboos and making of objects.
    • Filming in a Japanese school, and eye tests for myopia 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      Film in a junior school in Tokyo, the children at lessons, eating and having their eyes tested. Dr. Tokoro in conversation about the nature of eye defects in Japan with Alan Macfarlane.
    • Filming in a japanese tea garden in Kyoto 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-18)
      In a beautiful tea garden in Kyoto, Alan Macfarlane is served tea by the tea mistress in a small tea house by a lake and talks about tea.
    • Filming in a Japanese toilet 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      In an elegant toilet attached to a nineteenth century Osaka merchant’s house and old school, Alan Macfarlane is filmed talking about the role of the use of human excrement in agriculture in the east.
    • Filming in Osaka castle 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-17)
      Part of the film in the vaults of Osaka castle, where the discussion of Japanese weapons takes place.
    • Filming in the Kojunsha Club, Tokyo 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      Film of Mr. Hattori and Alan Macfarlane walking round the Kojunsha walking round the Kojunsha Club in Tokyo, talking about the founder Yukichi Fukuzawa and the role of the club.
    • Filming of a group of geisha or maiko in Kyoto 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      A short example of the camera taken up very close to some Japanese geisha in the Gion district of Kyoto.
    • Fukuzawa at Keio University 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      Film of Fukuzawa Yukichi’s memorial garden at Keio University, the Fukuzawa archive, the speech hall which he built and a little of Alan Macfarlane’s speech there.
    • Interview with Professor Lucy Mair 

      Macfarlane, Alan; La Fontaine, Jean; Harrison, Sarah (2003-12-17)
      Interviewed by Professor Jean La Fontaine and Dr. Alan Macfarlane, 30 July 1983 in her home in London, and filmed by Sarah Harrison. [Originally filmed on Low-Band U-matic, transferred to Hi-8, and then to mini-DV tape, ...
    • A Jamaican Master in Chancery 

      Harrison, Sarah (2016-02-28)
      Family letter book of Herbert Jarrett James, a Master in the Jamaican Chancery court.
    • The Journal of William Rhodes James; Written between 1836 and 1841 in America, Jamaica and Australia 

      Harrison, Sarah (2016-03-03)
      The Journal of William Rhodes James; written between 1836 and 1841 in America, Jamaica and Australia
    • Making sake (distilled rice drink) 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      In an old-style sake factory near Kyoto, various stages in the production of sake in a brewery which supplies the Imperial family.
    • Paper making in Japan 

      Harrison, Sarah (2004-08-16)
      Paper making in a paper factory in central Japan, using old methods of paper production.
    • Potters in Thimi, Nepal 

      Harrison, Sarah (2005-04-27)
      A film about the pottery techniques used in the town of Thimi, near Kathmandu, Nepal.
    • Pottery in Korea 

      Harrison, Sarah (2005-04-22)
      Pottery making in Korea, part filmed in Yuchan Pottery near Puan