Pseudoarchaeology Issues, Creating New Oral Histories.

  In his most recent episode of America Unearthed, Scott Wolter came to my new home state of Pennslyvania. I'll admit, I got a little thrill from seeing the state being showcased, especially since the images he used were really cute and complementary. It did strike me though, I live in the oldest continuously occupied city in the United... Continue Reading →

The History of Pseudoarchaeology: Pseudoarchaeology and the Modern Era of Public Engagement.

So far we have talked about the co-evolution of pseudoarchaeology and archaeology to the point where archaeology isolated itself for the better part of 30 years, giving alternative archaeology fertile ground to grow and take hold. Now we’re caught up to the modern day, well the 2000’s anyway. Two things happened in the early 2000’s... Continue Reading →

The History of Pseudoarchaeology: The Re-Engagement of Professorial Archaeology with the Public

The Re-engagement of professorial archaeology with the public was not an easy one. There had been a 30-year silence on the end of archaeology and when they came back into it, it was as if they had forgotten how to communicate. Ken Feder published the first edition of his book Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries: Science... Continue Reading →

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