Archaeoastronomy is the study of beliefs and practices relating to the sky in the past, especially in prehistory, and the uses to which people’s knowledge of the skies was put.
Cultural astronomy is the combination of archaeoastronomy and ethnoastronomy, which relates to contemporary cultures.
The 3-volume Springer Handbook contains 217 chapters on themes, issues, methods and practice, and case studies by authors from around the world.
You might also be interested in some of the materials to be found on cultural-astronomy.com.
The UNESCO–IAU Portal to the Heritage of Astronomy contains a wide range of examples of different types of astronomical heritage together with information relevant to its protection, conservation, evaluation, management and promotion.
The two ICOMOS–IAU Thematic Studies on Astronomical Heritage address key issues on a global scale through thematic essays and case studies.
If you are looking for things related to Alice and/or information about stalking, please visit the Alice Ruggles Trust website