Archaeology and Folklore explores the complex relationship between the two disciplines to demonstrate what they might learn from each other.This collection includes theoretical discussions and case studies drawn from Western Europe, the Mediterranean and North. They explore the differences between popular traditions relating to historic sites and archaeological interpretations of their history and meaning.
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Thinking from Things: Essays in the Philosophy of Archaeology By Alison Wylie University of California Press, 2002
Between the Cracks of History: Essays on Teaching and Illustrating Folklore By Francis Edward Abernethy; Carolyn Fiedler Satterwhite University of North Texas Press, 1997
The Importance and Necessity of Folklore Gender Studies. Introduction to the First Stages of Education and the Appropriate Teaching Models By Gasouka, Maria Arvanitidou, Zoi Journal of Research in Gender Studies, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2014
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From "Folk Religion" to the "Search for Meaning": Teaching Folklore outside the Discipline By Primiano, Leonard Norman Ethnologies, Vol. 23, No. 2, Annual 2001
People and Place: Don Henson Explains the Importance of Archaeology in Today's Social and Political Environment. (Today's History) By Henson, Don History Today, Vol. 51, No. 12, December 2001
Join the Time Team and Help Uncover Civilisation's Past; Careers in Archaeology Sue Kelbrick on a Career Suited to Those with an Interest in Uncovering the Past By Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England), May 8, 2014
Join the Time Team and Help Uncover Civilisation's Past; Careers in Archaeology Sue Kelbrick on a Career Suited to Those with an Interest in Uncovering the Past By Daily Post (Liverpool, England), May 19, 2014
My Perfect Weekend; Archaeology, Ancient Stones and Daddy Cool By Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland), October 17, 1998