Tanning, Tools, and Talking
This episode of The EXARC Show features Finally Friday guests Theresa Emmerich Kamper and Ian Dennis for “Tanning, Tools, and Talking”. Our guests this month bring a wealth of skills to the workshop, and have spent years teaching those skills.
Learning to Recreate, Recreating to Learn. Experimental Archaeology
***This paper aims to present and discuss ongoing activities that combine Experimental Archaeology and Ethnoarchaeology developed in the scope of a master's degree, a post-doctoral and other research projects at the University of Vigo (Galicia, Spain), in collaboration with regional open-air museums and educational centres...
“Days of Living Archaeology” at the Prehistoric Archaeopark Vsestary, Czech Republic
Playing with the Past? Or Saving Our Future?
Discussion: Experimental versus Experiential Archaeology
The Registry of Memory Process Applied to Experimental Archaeology in a Castromao “Oven”
***Memory is the cognitive process that codifies, stores and retrieves past actions that are perceived in the present, generating our remembrances and perceptions of the past and informing our knowledge of the world around us (...) Applied to archaeology, memory can be understood as the marks or...
A Playground Amongst Museums - The Bauspielplatz: from an Open-air Youth Centre to a History Experience Site - an Unusual Development
The Theory of the Archaeological Raft: Motivation, Method, and Madness in Experimental Archaeology
Between 1947 and 2006, nearly forty expeditions set out in recreated maritime drift vessels to demonstrate hypotheses with varying levels of relevance to archaeology and cultural diffusion. This paper divides the motivations of these expeditions into four major categories...