Vampire Archaeology

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Vampire Archaeology

Postby spookyparadigm » Sat Sep 18, 2010 1:27 pm

People seem to search the topic, if the google analytics on my blog are to be believed

http://ahtzib.blogspot.com/2008/07/vamp ... ology.html

Possible interviewees would include Anastasia Tsaliki, a PhD candidate at Durham University in the UK, who is conducting dissertation research on "disposals of the dead" involving "necrophobia." She has already written a paper on "Vampires Beyond Legend: A Bioarchaeological Approach" which she has made available on her blog.

http://bioarchaeology-palaeopathology.b ... egend.html

or Nicholas Bellantoni

http://advance.uconn.edu/2004/040223/04022310.htm

Alternatively Mark Jenkins, though I think an actual research scientist would be better

http://www.amazon.com/Vampire-Forensics ... 268&sr=1-1

Bruce McLelland, I don't know how he interviews. I taught out of his text, and despite the marketing, it was fairly impenetrable to anyone under the graduate student level (but once I explained his basic points to the students, they found it fascinating)

http://www.amazon.com/Slayers-Their-Vam ... pd_sim_b_7

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Re: Vampire Archaeology

Postby Gord » Tue Sep 21, 2010 11:49 am

spookyparadigm wrote:Possible interviewees would include Anastasia Tsaliki, a PhD candidate at Durham University in the UK, who is conducting dissertation research on "disposals of the dead" involving "necrophobia." She has already written a paper on "Vampires Beyond Legend: A Bioarchaeological Approach" which she has made available on her blog.

http://bioarchaeology-palaeopathology.b ... egend.html

What the heck! She doesn't want me to copy it. How am I going to print it out and read it in bed, then? :(

Do you know if it's available somewhere as a pdf by any chance?
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Re: Vampire Archaeology

Postby spookyparadigm » Tue Sep 21, 2010 9:13 pm

You could email her.

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Re: Vampire Archaeology

Postby Gord » Wed Sep 22, 2010 12:29 am

:( That sounds like work....
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