Pseudo Archaeology

Archaeology from the dark side

The Varieties of Pseudoarchaeology

Pseudo-Archaeology: The Appropriation And Commercialization Of Cultural Heritage

Cult Archaeology & Creationism: Understanding Pseudoscientific Beliefs about the Past. Book review

Fantastic Archaeology (Anthro 359)  course syllabus great list of references

“Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries: Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology, Sixth edition” By Kenneth L. Feder,  McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Boston Massachusetts 2008

“Fantastic Archaeology: The Wild Side of North American Prehistory”  by Stephen Williams University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1991

“1926 Rock Lake” by Brown, Charles E. The Wisconsin Archeologist (new series) 5(4):107-129.

“Archaeology and pseudo-archaeology” By Brian Fagan.  Expedition Magazine  29(2):2-3.   Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  1987

“The underwater search for pyramids in Rock Lake, Jefferson County, Wisconsin”  By Lon Mericle The Wisconsin Archeologist (new series) 43(3):70-75. 1962

“The Varieties of Pseudoarchaeology”  By David S. Anderson presented to 77th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, Tennessee, April 18 -22, 2012

“Spooky Archaeology: Why is Archaeology Entangled with the Paranormal?”  By Jeb J. Card Anthropology Department Miami University    presented at the 111th Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, November 14, 2012

“Answering Pseudoarchaeology: Proactive dialogue and research in response to extraordinary popular and esoteric archaeological claims” Organized by David S. Anderson and Jeb J. Card  77th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, Tennessee, April 18 -22, 2012

“Fabulous Finds or Fantastic Forgeries?  The Distortion: Archaeology by the Media and Pseudoarchaeologists, and What We Can Do About It” by Eric H. Cline. Proceedings of the Duke University Conference, April 23–24, 2009

“Ancient Aliens vs. Human Ancestors: The Battle for the Public Perception of Archaeology”

“Osmanagic and mayanism”  by  Jaime Almansa Sánchez.  AP : Online Journal in Public Archaeology  Volume 2 -2012 p. 24-54

Dealing with Electric Pandas: Why It’s Worth Trying to Explain the Difference between Archaeology & Pseudoarchaeology   by Alexis Jordan University of Wisconsin

“Beyond crusades: how (not) to engage with alternative archaeologies “ By Cornelius Holtorf World Archaeology  37(4):544-551. 2005

The Hidden History of 2012 (2012)

Point of Inquiry: Garrett G. Fagan Archaeological Fantasies

Crusading against Straw Men: An Alternative View of Alternative Archaeologies: Response to Holtorf (2005) Garrett G. Fagan and Kenneth L. Feder World Archaeology Vol. 38, No. 4, Debates in “World Archaeology” (Dec., 2006), pp. 718-729

Speaking Up And Speaking Out: Collective Efforts In The Fight To Reclaim The Public Perception Of Archaeology David S. Anderson, Jeb J. Card, And Kenneth L. Feder

The SAA Archaeological Record — March 2013, Volume 13, Number 2

Out of the Box: Popular Notions of Archaeology in Documentary Programs on

Australian Television,  Stephen James Nichols. 2004.  (A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the

requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours in the School of Social Science, The University of Queensland.)

Online Journal in Public Archaeology Volume 2 – 2012

Pseudo-Archaeology: The Appropriation and Commercialization of Cultural Heritage

Archaeology and Pseudo-Archaeology


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