A speculative archaeology of excess: Exploring the afterlife of a derelict landscape garden
Paper A: Farstadvoll, S. (2016). Blant restene av Retiro: Forfall og kulturminner. Primitive tider, 18, 161–181. Also available at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/15380.
Paper B: Farstadvoll, S. (2019). Growing Concerns: Plants and Their Roots in the Past. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, 5(2), 174–93. Also available at https://doi.org/10.1558/jca.35117.
Paper C: Farstadvoll, S. (2019). Vestigial Matters: Contemporary Archaeology and Hyperart. Norwegian Archaeological Review. Also available at https://doi.org/10.1080/00293652.2019.1577913.
Paper D: Farstadvoll, S. Mold, weeds and plastic lanterns: ecological aftermath in a derelict garden. In Pétursdóttir, Þ. & Bangstad, T.R. (Eds.), Heritage Ecologies. Routledge. (In press).
Paper E: Farstadvoll, S. Feral Heritage: The Case of a Ruining Landscape Garden. In Lee, D. (Ed.), Contemporary and historical archaeologies of rurality and the rural. Archaeopress. (In press).
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