Academic

For those interested, I am currently studying for a Masters in Archaeological Computing – specifically the area of Virtual Pasts. Any reading done towards this shall be stuck up here!

I’ve arranged this page by theme, as my academic readings can be quite eclectic! They are also presented as formal academic references.

Narrating Virtual Heritage

Gillam, R., Innes, C. and Jacobson, J. 2010. “Performance and Ritual in the Virtual Egyptian Temple”. In: CAA, Proceedings of the 38th Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Grenada, Spain. 6-9 April 2010.

Hill, A. 2005. Reality TV: Audiences and Popular Factual Television. London: Routledge

Koda, T. and Maes, P. 1996. “Agents with Faces: The Effect of Personification”. In: IEEE, Proceedings of the 5th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Communication. Tsukuba, Japan. 11-14 November 1996. IEEE, pp. 189-194

Piccini, A. 1996. “Filming through the Mists of Time: Celtic Constructions and the Documentary”. Current Anthropology 37(Supplement), pp. S87-S111

Piccini, A. 2007. “Faking It: Why the Truth is So Important for TV Archaeology”. In: Clack, T. and Brittain, M. (eds.) 2007. Archaeology and the Media. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, pp. 221-236

Sadžak, A., Rizvic, S., Dalton, C. and Chalmers, A. 2007. “Information Perception in Virtual Heritage Storytelling using Animated and Real Avatars”. In: SCCG, Spring Conference on Computer Graphics. Budmerice, Slovakia. 5-8 June 2007. Comenius University: Bratislava

Steele, J. 2003. “The Television Documentary and the Real”. Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society 8(2), pp. 330-337

Takeuchi, A. and Naito, T. 1995. “Situated Facial Displays: Towards Social Interaction”. In: CHI’95, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Denver, CO, USA. 7-11 May 1995. ACM SIGCHI

Van Dyke, R. 2006. “Seeing the Past: Visual Media in Archaeology”. American Anthropologist 108(2), pp. 370-384

Wagner, D., Billinghurst, M., and Schmalsteig, D. 2006. “How Real Should Virtual Characters Be?” In: ACM SIGCHI, International Conference of Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology. Hollywood, CA, USA. 14-16 June 2006. ACM: New York. Article 57

Walker, J., Sproull, L. and Subramani, R. 1994. “Using a Human Face in an Interface”. In: CHI’94, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Boston, MA, USA. 24-28 April 1994. ACM SIGCHI

3D Modelling and Archaeology

Clark, J. 2010. “The Fallacy of Reconstruction”. In Forte, M, ed. 2010. Cyber Archaeology. BAR International Series, 2177, pp. 63-74

Devlin, K. and Chalmers, A. 2001. “Realistic Visualisations of the Pompeii Frescoes”. In: Chalmers, A. and Lalioti, V. (eds.) Proceedings of AFRIGRAPH 2001. ACM SIGGRAPH, pp. 43-48

Earl, G. 2006. “At the Edges of the Lens: Photography, Graphical Constructions and Cinematography”. In Evans, T. and Daly, P, eds.2006. Digital Archaeology. Bridging Method and Theory. London: Routledge, pp. 191-209

Sundstedst, V., Chalmers, A. and Martinez, P. 2004. “High Fidelity Reconstruction of the Ancient Temple of Kalabsha”. AFRIGRAPH ’04: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Computer Graphics, Virtual Reality, Visualisation and Interaction in Africa, pp. 107-113

Taylor, W. 1948. “A Study of Archaeology: Memoir No. 69”. American Anthropologist, 50(3), Part 2

Multiscalar Approaches to Archaeological Patterning 

Andrews, B., LaBelle, J. and Seebach, J., 2008. “Spatial Variability in the Folsom Archaeological Record: A Multiscalar Approach”. American Antiquity, 73(3), pp.464-490.

Bevan, A. and Conolly, J., 2002-2004. “GIS, Archaeological Survey and Landscape Archaeology on the Island of Kythera, Greece”. Journal of Field Archaeology, 29(1/2), pp.123-138.

Bevan, A. and Conolly, J., 2006. “Multiscalar Approaches to Settlement Pattern Analysis”. In: G. Lock and B. Molyneaux, eds. 2006. Confronting Scale in Archaeology: Issues of Theory and Practice. New York: Springer, pp.217-234.

Burger, O. and Todd, L., 2006. “Grain, Extent, and Intensity: The Components of Scale in Archaeological Survey”. In: G. Lock and B. Molyneaux, eds. 2006. Confronting Scale in Archaeology: Issues of Theory and Practice. New York: Springer, pp.235-254.

Carballo, D. and Pluckhahn, T., 2007. “Transportation Corridors and Political Evolution in Highland Mesoamerica: Settlement analyses incorporating GIS for northern Tlaxcala, Mexico”. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 26, pp.607-629.

Harris, T., 2006. “Scale as Artifact: GIS, Ecological Fallacy and Archaeological Analysis”. In: G. Lock and B. Molyneaux, eds. 2006. Confronting Scale in Archaeology: Issues of Theory and Practice. New York: Springer, pp.39-52.

Heywood, I., Cornelius, S. and Carver, S. 1998. An Introduction to Geographical Information System. London: Addison Wesley Longman.

Heyward, P., and Parent, J. 2009. “Modeling the Influence of the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem (MAUP) on Poverty and Pennsylvania”. The Pennsylvanian Geographer, 47(1), pp.120-135.

Lam, N., and Quattrochi, D. 1992. “On the issues of scale, resolutions, and fractal analysis in the mapping sciences”. Professional Geographer, 44, pp.88-98

Lock, G. and Harris, T., 2000. “Introduction: Return to Ravello”. In: G. Lock, ed. 2000. Beyond the Map: Archaeology and Spatial Technologies. Washington DC: IOS Press, pp.xiii-xxiii.

Lock, G. and Molyneaux, B., 2006a. “Preface”. In: G. Lock and B. Molyneaux, eds. 2006. Confronting Scale in Archaeology: Issues of Theory and Practice. New York: Springer, pp.xi-xii.

Lock, G. and Molyneaux, B., 2006b. “Introduction: Confronting Scale”. In: G. Lock and B. Molyneaux, eds. 2006. Confronting Scale in Archaeology: Issues of Theory and Practice. New York: Springer, pp.1-11.

Lock, G., 2009. “Archaeological Computing Then and Now: Theory and Practice, Intensions and Tensions”. Archeologia e Calcolatori, 20, pp.75-84.

Verhagen, P., 2000. “Session 4 discussion: Archaeology, GIS and Cultural Resource Management”. In: G. Lock, ed. 2000. Beyond the Map: Archaeology and Spatial Technologies. Washington DC: IOS Press, pp.229-235.

Wiens, J., 1989. “Spatial Scaling in Ecology”. Functional Ecology, 3(4), pp.385-397.

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