Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction (Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences, Occasional Paper, #7)

Digging Holes in Popular Culture Archaeology and Science Fiction Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences Occasional Paper What would Howard Carter have thought of Lara Croft and why do archaeologists feature so prominently in Star Trek This is an unusual collection of papers dedicated to exploring the role of the archaeo

  • Title: Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction (Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences, Occasional Paper, #7)
  • Author: Miles Russell Douglas Adams Brian Boyd Alasdair Brooks Martin Brown Anita Cohen Williams Greg Fewer John Gale
  • ISBN: 9781842170632
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • What would Howard Carter have thought of Lara Croft and why do archaeologists feature so prominently in Star Trek This is an unusual collection of papers dedicated to exploring the role of the archaeologist in popular culture The cliches and stereotypes of archaeology that abound in popular culture, the sense of mystery and adventure, the excitement generated by a dangeWhat would Howard Carter have thought of Lara Croft and why do archaeologists feature so prominently in Star Trek This is an unusual collection of papers dedicated to exploring the role of the archaeologist in popular culture The cliches and stereotypes of archaeology that abound in popular culture, the sense of mystery and adventure, the excitement generated by a dangerous treasure hunt or a thrilling detective story, rarely hint at the monotonous hours spent by modern archaeologists researching in laboratories and libraries and filling out paperwork.

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    1. Back in 2002, I wrote up a detailed abstract of this book for the British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography but because a few chapters did not relate directly to British or Irish archaeology, only a shorter version of the abstract appeared in print (abstract 2002/669 in vol. 6(2) of the bibliography), which is also available in more fragmentary form online ( biab/all_content?sea ). This is not a review per se of the book but it does give an indication of what its contents are about. For it [...]


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