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A Novel Prehistory

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 57-66.

Appendix: Archaeology in Science Fiction -A Bibliography

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 161-166.

Archaeology and Star Trek: Exploring the Past in the Future

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 19-29.

Archaeology and the Extraterrestrial: Blair Cuspids, Martian Monuments and Beyond the Infinite

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 129-160.

Archaeology in Science Fiction and Mysteries

in: Jameson, John H., Ehrenhard, John E. and Finn, Christine A., eds. Ancient Muses: Archaeology and the Arts. Tuscaloosa, AL: Unversity of Alabama Press, 2003. p. 152-161.

Are We Perceived to be What We Say We Are?

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 1-7.

Arthurian Archaeology

in: Fries, Maureen and Watson, Jeanie, eds. Approaches to the Teaching of the Arthurian Tradition. New York: Modern Language Association, 1992. pp.135-138.

Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction

Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. 169 p. (Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences Occasional Paper 7)

Excavating Human Remains

Strange Horizons [5 p.] 2002 http://www.strangehorizons.ocm/2002/20020325/excavating.shtml

Excavating Ourselves: A Short History of Archeology-of-the-Present Books

New York Review of Science Fiction 25(3): 1, 4-6. November 2012. (No. 291) Reprinted in: Schweitzer, Darrell. The Threshold of Forever: Essays and Reviews. s.l.: Wildside Press, 2017. p. 73-80.

Exploring the Archaeology of Stargate SG-1

in: Elrod, P. N./Conrad, Roxanne L., eds. Stepping Through the Stargate : Science, Archaeology and the Military in Stargate SG-1. Dallas, TX: Benbella Books, 2004. p. 37-50.

Imaginary Places, Real Monuments: Field Monuments of Lancre, Terry Pratchett's Discworld

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 67-76.

Indiana Jones im Weltraum? Das Bild der Archaologie in STAR TREK

in: Rogotzki, Nina, ed. Faszinierend! Star Trek und die Wissenschaften. Kiel: Ludwig, 2003. Band 2, p. 139-164.

Influence et role des decouvertes dans 1'emergence d'un genre : l'archeologie-fiction

in: Dupeyron-Lafay, Francoise/Fondaneche, Daniel, eds. CERLI: Actes des colloques 1997, 1998 et 1999. Science-fiction & fantastique. Etampes: CEDIS Editions, 2004. p. 245-254.

Learning To Read Interstellar Message Decipherment from Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives

in: Vakoch, Douglas A., ed. Archaeology, Anthropology, and Interstellar Communication, ed. by Douglas A. Vakoch. Washington, DC: NASA, 2014. p. 95-112.

No More Heroes Any More: The Dangerous World of the Pop Culture Archaeologist

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 38-56.

Past Futures or Present Pasts

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 104-111.

The Case for Exo-archaeology

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 121-128.

The Celluloid Archaeologist -An X-rated Expose

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 8-18.

The Explanation

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 85-96.

The Myth Makers: Archaeology in Doctor Who;

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 30-37.

The Use of Archaeology in World-Building

in: Cherryh, C. J. Glass and Amber. Cambridge, MA: NESFA Press, 1987. p. 123-134.

Towards an LSMR and MSMR (Lunar and Martian Sites and Monuments Records): Recording Planetary Spacecraft Landing Sites as Archaeological Monuments of the Future

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 112-120.

Under Old Earth: Material Culture, Identity and History in the Work of Cordwainer Smith

in: Russell, Miles, ed. Digging Holes in Popular Culture: Archaeology and Science Fiction Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2002. p. 77-84.

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