* note that pre-print versions of many of my publications are available through my Academia.edu pages.
(with Johnson, M., 2014) Reconstruction art and disciplinary practice: Alan Sorrell and the negotiation of the archaeological record. Antiquaries Journal 94: 1-30.
(2014) Digital media and everyday abuse. Anthropology Now 6(1): 81-85.
(with Challis, D., 2013) Flinders Petrie and the curation of heads. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 38(3): 275-289.
(with Johnson, M., 2012) The Alan Sorrell archive. British Archaeology 127: 22-26.
(2012) Fluid fields: The (unspoken) intersections of visual anthropology and archaeology. Anthropologies 10. (Available online.)
(with Thornton, A., 2011) Collection and production: The history of the Institute of Archaeology through photography. Archaeology International 13/14:101-107. (Available online.)
(with Marion, J., 2010) State of the Ethics in Visual Anthropology? Visual Anthropology Review 26(2): 96-104.
(2009) Fractured media: Challenging the dimensions of archaeology’s typical visual modes of engagement. Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 5(3): 389-415.
(2009) Sights of invention: Deconstructing depictions of the earliest colonizations of Australia and Oceania in the academic archaeological literature. Archaeological Review From Cambridge 24(1): 109-130.
(2003) Inserting the human into human history: Experiments with montage, experience, and discontinuous narrative in archaeological reportage. Cultural Reflections 5:7-20.
(2002) The ambivalent intermediary: Adbusters and the pursuit of counter-hegemony. Cultural Reflections 4:1-10.
Book Chapters and Other Publications
(selections from 2006-present only)
(forthcoming) Crafting knowledge with (digital) visual media in archaeology. In Chapman, R. & Wylie, A. (eds.) Material Evidence: Learning from Archaeological Practice. London: Routledge.
(2014) Professionalisation: The consolidation of archaeology as an ‘expert’ knowledge. In Smith, C. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer.
(2013) Archaeological visualisation and the manifestation of the discipline: Model-making at the Institute of Archaeology, London. In Alberti, B., Jones, A. & Pollard, J. (eds.) Archaeology After Interpretation. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press. Pp. 281-303.
(with Johnson, M., 2013) Alan Sorrell as reconstruction artist: Making ‘dry bones live’. In Llewellyn, S. & Sorrell, R. (eds.) Alan Sorrell. Bristol: Sansom & Co.
(2010, with Moser, S.) Southampton Visualisation Team project report. In Farid, S. (ed.) Çatalhöyük 2010 Archive Report. London: Çatalhöyük Research Project. Pp. 117-123.
(2010) Reflections on the Second VIA Workshop at the University of Southampton, 22-23 October 2009. Report to English Heritage (HEEP Project No. 5172MAIN), Southampton, Visualisation in Archaeology.
(with Moser, S., 2009) Southampton Visualisation Team project report. In Farid, S. (ed.) Çatalhöyük 2009 Archive Report. London: Çatalhöyük Research Project. Pp. 162-166.
(2009) Negotiating the Faculty. School of Humanities PGR Newsletter 3:5.
(2009) Visualisation and Knowledge Formation in Archaeology: Comments on the First VIA Workshop at the University of Southampton, 23-24 October 2008. Report to English Heritage (HEEP Project No. 5172MAIN). Southampton: Visualisation in Archaeology.
(2008) Please pass the compass: Visual anthropologists negotiate the ethical dimensions of their datasets. Anthropology News 49(8): 66.
(2008) Histories of Archaeology Research Network. Museums and Galleries History Group Newsletter 7: 3.
(with Marion, J., 2008) The ethics of visual data. Anthropology News 49(7): 65-66.
(2008) The archaeological eye: Visualisation and the epistemological foundations of archaeology. Museums and Galleries History Group Newsletter 6: 6.
(Forthcoming) This book has been defaced: Experimenting with Shanks and Tilley’s Red and Black Texts as creative modes of engagement. In Dixon, J., (ed.) Fragmenting Archaeology, or: Taking a Leaf Out of Shanks and Tilley’s Book. Oxford: BAR, Contemporary and Historical Archaeology Series.
(2014) Cyber-abuse of academics – it’s time for action. Times Higher Education 13 February 2014: 30. (Available online.)
[Also see related article by Parr, C. (2013) Academics face the cybercreeps alone. Times Higher Education 21 November 2014. (Available online.)]
Teaching and Policy Documents (selections from 2004-present only)
(2014) Tweeting about the past in class or, what Twitter makes possible for students and teachers. FORUM 34: 14-15. (Available online.)
(with Reist, D., 2006) Words, Values, and Canadians: A Report on the Dialogue at the National Symposium on Language. Vancouver: Centre for Addictions Research of BC (CARBC). [Prepared for Health Canada.]
(with Rabinovitch, J., 2006) Evidence-Based Alternatives to Zero Tolerance: The BC Experience. Vancouver: CARBC.
(with Mitchell, L., 2004) Anthropology 200 Introduction to Social Cultural Anthropology: Manual for Teaching Assistants. Victoria: University of Victoria, Anthropology Department.