H 245 x W 175 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white
Published May 2017
This volume explores the relevance of time travel as a characteristic contemporary way to approach the past.
Introduction: The Meaning of Time Travel (Cornelius Holtorf); Time Travel Using 3D Methodologies: Visualising the Medieval Context of a Baptismal Font (Nicoló Dell’Unto, Ing-Marie Nilsson† and Jes Wienberg); The Kivik Grave, Virtual Bodies in Ritual Procession: Towards New Artistic Interactive Experiences for Time Travellers (Magali Ljungar-Chapelon); Time Travel Paradoxes and Archaeology (Per Stenborg); Taking Us to the Past and the Past to Us (Isto Huvila); Use the Past, Create the Future: The Time Travel Method, a Tool for Learning, Social Cohesion and: Community Building (Ebbe Westergren); To Make and to Experience Meaning: How Time Travels are Perceived amongst Participants (Niklas Ammert and Birgitta E. Gustafsson); Time Travellers Beware! Risk and Responsibility in Public Uses of History (Stefan Nyzell); Forming Bridges Through Time Travel (Cecilia Trenter); Performing the Past: Time Travels in Archaeological Open-air Museums (Stefanie Samida); Being There: Time Travel, Experience and Experiment in Re-enactment and ‘Living: History’ Performances (Mads Daugbjerg); Face-to-Face with the Past: Pompeii to Lejre (Cornelius Holtorf); The Power of Time Travel Roeland Paardekooper); Mediated and Embodied Pasts – A Comment (Carsten Tage Nielsen); Waterworld: Travels in Time between Past and Future Worlds (Bodil Petersson); A Cup of Decaf Past: An Archaeology of Time Travel, Cinema and Consumption (Dawid Kobiałka); On Time Travelling and Cinema (Laia Colomer); A Cup of Decaf Past and Waterworld (Niklas Hillbom); History as an Adventure: Time Travel in Late Modernity from the Perspective of a European Ethnologist (Michaela Fenske); Time Travel to the Present: Interview with Erika Andersson Cederholm (Cornelius Holtorf and Bodil Petersson); Time-Travelling Tourism: Reflections on the Past as a Place of Fascination as well as Refuge (Thomas Småberg); Time Travels as Alternative Futures (Britta Timm Knudsen); Anachronism and Time Travel (Bodil Petersson)