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Interview: "The small things paint the big picture" with Harm Paulsen

Wulf Hein (DE)
I meet Harm Paulsen (70), the best known and longest working experimental archaeologist in Germany, in his apartment in Schleswig. Although the rooms aren't small, it is only possible to move around by holding in your belly and not breathing, as everywhere, standing, hanging or lying around, is evidence of Harm's professional and private life – a clear line between the two is not visible...

Book Review: Accidental and Experimental Archaeometallurgy by D. Dungworth and R. Doonan (Eds)

Dave Budd (UK)
Spawned from an HMS (Historical Metallurgy Society) conference at West Dean College in 2010, this book is a unique compilation of papers written by both academics and craftsmen. Further articles not directly drawn from the conference have been included and cover non-ferrous experiments and an ethnographic study of blacksmithing...

Experimenting technological rituals

GHEORGHIU, D., "Experimenting technological rituals", Experiments with Past Materialities, vol. 2302, no. BAR International Series, Oxford, Hadrian Books, pp. 107-115, 2011.

Archaeological Open-Air Museums as Time Travel Centres

PAARDEKOOPER, R. P., "Archaeological Open-Air Museums as Time Travel Centres", Lund Archaeological Review, vol. 2009-2010, Lund, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Lund, pp. 61-70, 2010.

On the Possibility of Time Travel

HOLTORF, C., "On the Possibility of Time Travel", Lund Archaeological Review, vol. 2009-2010, Lund, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Lund, pp. 31-42, 2010.

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