Archaeology and Sci-Fi. Encounters in the borderland between science and fiction

Project: Research

Layman's description

This project studies the role of archaeology in science-fiction and the dialectic relationship between science and pop culture. The sci-fi genre often appropriates the language of science, and archaeology is one of those disciplines which frequently play a central part in the narratives of the genre. We analyze the role archaeology plays in the creation of these narratives in film and television.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date2010/01/012015/12/31

Participants

Related research output

Fredrik Ekengren & Nilsson, I-M., 2015, Svärd, sandaler och skandaler : Antiken på film och i tv. Hammar, I. & Zander, U. (eds.). Studentlitteratur AB, p. 293-309

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

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