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Archaeology and Television (1983)

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#Archeology: Loose Lips Save Slave Ships? (2017)

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The discovery of the hulk of an 18th-century sailing ship during archeological excavations at the Hotel Indigo site in the City of Alexandria, Virginia attracted the attention of local, national and international corporate media and trended on social media sites. Reflecting on this project’s 15 minutes of fame and media attention associated with other recent high-profile archeological projects in the Washington D.C. metro area, various issues including unequal access to media, knowledge, and...


Behind the scenes at Time Team (1998)

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Digital Archaeology: Telling the Stories of the Past Using Technology of the Future (2017)

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New digital technologies have been slow to be adopted by the archaeological field. While archaeologists are encouraged to undertake public education and outreach, we haven't yet fully embraced the immersive visual & interactive online tools available to us. Traditional means of publishing no longer suffices as a strategy for long-term preservation of our field. While young professional archaeologists are attempting to bridge this gap by providing first hand visual data from the field, it isn't...


Experimental Archaeology in media (2005)

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Experimental archaeology in the media (2003)

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From Alcatraz to Standing Rock: Archaeology and Contemporary Native American Protests (1969-Today) (2018)

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Since the occupation of Alcatraz by the Indians of All Tribes (1969-1971), Native American and First Nation protests have been well-documented through a variety of media. Unfortunately, many Americans and Canadians lack the background necessary to understand the messages being conveyed. For example, after the National Park Service began including the Alcatraz occupation in their site interpretation, I witnessed visitors discussing how inappropriate it was to celebrate a prison riot. More...


Ilustrace v archeologii I (illustrations of archaeology) (2005)

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Maya Apocalypse 2012 in the Media -- The Cataclysm that Never Was. (2015)

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December 21, 2012 was supposed to be the Maya apocalypse, the end of the world as we know it. In reality, it was only the end of one Maya calendar cycle of 5122 years -- the end of the 13th Baktun. Even at that, the Maya saw the ending of calendars as a renewal, not an end. But somehow, somewhere this event was interpreted as a coming cataclysm of immense proportion. In the popular press and online, the Maya apocalypse was imminent. How was the coming of this supposed event covered by the press...


Media Portrayals of Viking Rune Stones in North America (2015)

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In North America, rune stones of purported Viking origin have been the subjects of excitement, scrutiny, and dispute. The stones have been called hoaxes, and archaeologists and other workers remain unconvinced about the stones’ Viking origin and validity; nevertheless, claims have appeared over time that rune stones, which have turned up in such diverse locations as underwater and on hillsides, contain the inscriptions of Scandinavian explorers in North America, including inland areas, long...


Nase archeologická popularizacni literatura (2005)

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Open-air museum as reflected in newspaper headlines (2013)

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Recenze: V. Ambrus, M. Aston: Recreating the Past (2005)

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Research with an Agenda: Creationist Media on Archaeological Discoveries (2015)

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Young Earth creationists view the natural world in a manner far different from the average anthropologist. Very little secular media support a Young Earth creationist perspective. Therefore, pursuant to conveying the world in a manner that is in keeping with their worldview, Young Earth creationists have produced magazines and other forms of media that specifically address science and theological topics relating to the age of the earth as well as archaeological finds relevant to the veracity of...


Thieves, Looters, and Adventurers: Assessing Representations of Archaeologists in Uncharted and Tomb Raider. (2017)

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Naughty Dog’s Uncharted series and Square Enix’s Tomb Raider series are two of the most popular gaming titles on the market. With combined sales of 73 million units, in addition to movies, books, and graphic novels, these two franchises have widespread reach and influence. Both titles feature "archaeologists" as their protagonists, and they each have a different approach to material culture. This paper will compare and contrast these two franchises in search of positive representation and how we...


Time Team 97: The Site Reports (1997)

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Vom Verweilen an gedeuteten, bedeutenden Orten. Notizen zu Tourismus-, Natur- und Medienräumen (2000)

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Who Speaks for the Archaeological Record?: A Media Analysis of Canadian Archaeology (2016)

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Archaeology is often conducted under the pretense of being to protect archaeological resources for the good of the general public; however, it is not always clear how archaeological excavations and research serve the public interest. There are many examples of how the Canadian public is interested in the archaeological discipline, but the voice of the academic archaeologist is often absent within public discussions of archaeology and history. By conducting a media analysis of how archaeology is...


Working with indigenous (descendant) communities and the study of Roman Britain (2013)

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This paper explores the meaning of the Roman past to people in Britain. The imperial context of Roman studies has been interrogated for almost two decades and alternative, more-critically-based, accounts of the impact of Roman upon Britain have been produced. The popular media, however, often portrays the Roman intervention in Britain as having granted material progress to barbarian Britons through the gift of Roman civilization. These arguments tend to divide specialists from the broader...

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