Recommended Reading

David S. Anderson, Jeb J. Card, and Kenneth L. Feder, Speaking Up and Speaking Out: Collective Efforts in the Fight to Reclaim the Public Perception of Archaeology, The SAA Archaeological Record 13(2), 2013, 24-28.

David S. Anderson, Archaeology, Oddities, and Tropes, Archaeological Oddities, 23.04.2017.

Stefanie Bauer and Joachim Allgaier, Ancient Aliens. Wie Pseudowissenschaft auf dem History Channel an Glaubwürdigkeit gewinnt, TELEPOLIS, 26.12.2017.

Stephanie Halmhofer, Hashtags and Sea Lions – Using Social Media to break down Pseudoarchaeology, Bones, Stones, and Books, 03.03.2018.

Donald H. Holly Jr., Talking to the Guy on the Airplane, American Antiquity 80(3), 2015, 615-29.

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

Garret G. Fagan (ed.), Archaeological Fantasies: How Pseudoarchaeology Misrepresents the Past and Misleads the Public, London: Routledge, 2006.

Garret G. Fagan and Kenneth L. Feder, Crusading against Straw Men: An Alternative View of Alternative Archaeologies: Response to Holtorf (2005), World Archaeology 38(4), 2006, 718-729.

Kenneth Feder, Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries: Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology, London: McGraw Hill, 2010.

Amala Marx, Federico Nurra, and Kai Salas Rossenbach (eds.), Europeans and Archaeology. A survey on the European perception of archaeology and archaeological heritage, Paris: NEARCH, 2017.

Gabriel Moshenka, ‘The Bible in Stone’: Pyramids, Lost Tribes and Alternative Archaeologies, Public Archaeology 7(1), 2008, 5-16.

N. N., 9 kurze & gute Thesen zur Wissenschaftskommunikation in den Geisteswissenschaften, http://www.kurzundgut.org.

Lorna-Jane Richardson, Understanding Archaeological Authority in a Digital Context, Internet Archaeology 38, 2014.

Tim Schadla-Hall, The Comforts of Unreason: The importance and relevance of alternative archaeology, in: Nick Merriman (ed.), Public Archaeology, London: Routledge, 2004, 255-271.

Suzie Thomas, Collaborate, Condemn, or Ignore? Responding to Non-Archaeological Approaches to Archaeological Heritage, European Journal of Archaeology 18(2), 2015, 312-335.

Suzie Thomas, Negative Experiences in Television Programming: A View from the Other Side, Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeology Congress 12(3), 2016, 243-263.

Wissenschaft im Dialog GmbH (ed.), Leitlinien zur guten Wissenschafts-PR, Berlin: but-design.de, 2016.

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