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Jones, Andrew Meirion, Freedman, Davina, Lamdin-Whymark, Hugo, O'Connor, Blaze, Tipping, Richard and Watson, Aaron (eds.) (2011) An Animate Landscape I: rock art and the prehistory of Kilmartin, Argyll. Oxford, GB, Windgather Press, 400pp.
Johnson, Matthew (ed.) (2011) On the nature of empiricism in archaeology. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 17, (4), Winter Issue (In Press).
Keay, Simon (ed.) (2011) Rome, Portus and the Mediterranean, British School at Rome Archaeological Monographs (Submitted).
Jones, Andrew M. and Bonaventura, Paul (eds.) (2011) Sculpture and Archaeology, Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 238pp. (In Press).
Garrow, Duncan and Sturt, Fraser (2011) Grey waters bright with Neolithic argonauts? Maritime connections and the Mesolithic–Neolithic transition within the ‘western seaways’ of Britain, c. 5000–3500 BC. Antiquity, 85, (327), 59-72.
Gascoigne, Alison L. and Pyke, Gillian (2011) Nebi Samwil-type jars in medieval Egypt: characterisation of an imported ceramic vessel. In, Aston, D., Bader, B., Buckingham, S., Gallorini, C. and Nicholson, P. (eds.) Under the Potter's Tree: Studies presented to Janine Bourriau on the occasion of her 70th birthday. Leuven, Belgium, Peeters Publications, 417-431.
Hamilakis, Yannis (2011) Archaeological ethnography: a multi-temporal meeting ground for archaeology and anthropology. Annual Review of Anthropology, 40, 399-414. (doi:10.1146/annurev-anthro-081309-145732).
Johnson, Matthew (2011) Commentary: archaeology as travel and tourism. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 15, (2), Summer Issue
Johnson, Matthew (2011) English culture in the Atlantic world. [in special issue: Historical Archaeology and the Importance of Material Things] Historical Archaeology (In Press).
Johnson, Matthew (2011) A visit to Down House: some interpretive comments on evolutionary archaeology. In, Cochrane, Ethan and Gardner, Andrew (eds.) Evolutionary and Interpretive Archaeologies: a Dialogue. Walnut Creek, US, Left Coast Press.
Jones, Andrew M. (2011) Prehistoric Materialities: becoming material in prehistoric Britain and Ireland, Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press (In Press).
Moser, Stephanie (2011) Archaeological visualisation. Early artefact illustration and the creation of the archaeological image. In, Archaeological Theory Today. Chichester, GB, Polity Press. (In Press).
Paliou, Eleftheria, Wheatley, David and Earl, Graeme (2011) Three-dimensional visibility analysis of architectural spaces: iconography and visibility of the wall paintings of Xeste 3 (late bronze age Akrotiri). Journal of Archaeological Science, 38, (2) (doi:10.1016/j.jas.2010.09.016).
Sofaer, Joanna (2011) Bodies and encounters. Seeing invisible children in archaeology. In, Coskunsu , G and Biehl , P (eds.) Children as Archaeological Enigma. The Third IEMA Visiting Scholar Spring Conference. Children as Archaeological Enigma: are Children Visible or Invisible in the Archaeological Record? United States, US, SUNY Press. (In Press).
Sofaer, Joanna (2011) Human ontogeny and material change at the bronze age tell of Százhalombatta, Hungary. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 21, (2) (http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0959774311000242).
Wenban-Smith, F.F. (2011) The Southfleet Road Elephant Butchery Site. (Oxford/Wessex Archaeology CTRL ). (Submitted)
Wenban-Smith, F.F., Bates, M., Schwenninger, J-L. and Marshall, G. (2011) The end of the Acheulian late lower Palaeolithic occupation at Cuxton, Kent (UK). Antiquity (Submitted).
Wenban-Smith, F.F., Bril, B., Dietrich, G., Rein, R., Nonaka, T., Devaney, R. and Steele, J. (2011) Knapping skill, percussion dynamics and flake characteristics: recognition of expertise in simple flake-core technologies. Journal of Archaeological Science (Submitted).
Wenban-Smith, F.F., Stafford, E. and Bates, M.R. (2011) Prehistoric Ebbsfleet: excavations and research in advance of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. Oxford, GB, Oxford Wessex Archaeology (Oxford/Wessex Archaeology CTRL). (In Press)
Zakrzewski, Sonia R. (2011) Population migration, variation and identity: an Islamic population in Iberia. In, Agarwal, Sabrina C. and Glencross, Bonnie A. (eds.) Social Bioarchaeology. Chichester, GB, Wiley-Blackwell. (Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology).