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Othman A., Belmabrouk, N., Leone, A., Voke, P., Wootton, W., Alkhalaf, H., Utrero Agudo, M.  Murillo Fragero, José I., Nebbia, M., Marinato, M., Pavan, M. (in press). Protecting and Managing the Site of Iunca (Tunisia), in AFRICA.  


Brooks, M. M. (2023). Rags of Popery: Dressing and addressing disrupted faith in the material culture of Roman Catholics in early modern England. In: B. Marin-Aguilera and S. Hanss (eds). In-Between Textiles: Weaving Subjectivities and Encounters, 1400-1800. Visual and Material Culture, 1300–1700 Series. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 185-204  


Attema, P.A.J., Carafa, P., Jongman, W.M., Smith, C.J., Bronkhorst, A.J., Capanna, M.C., de Haas, T.C.A., van Leusen, P.M., Tol, G.W., Witcher, R.E. & Wouda, N.A. (2022). The Roman Hinterland Project: integrating archaeological field surveys around Rome and beyond. European Journal of Archaeology 25(2): 238-258. 

Lawrence, D., Philip, G. & Gruchy, M.W. (2022). Climate change and early urbanism in Southwest Asia: A review. WIREs Climate Change 13(1).  

Sharpe, K. (2022). East of Eden: monumental rock art in Cumbria, England, in A. Mazel and G. Nash (eds) Signalling and Performance: Ancient Rock Art in Britain and Ireland: 96–121. Oxford: Archaeopress. 

Sharpe, K. (2022). An apt response? Encounters with cup marks and ‘found rock art’ in Cumbria, in P. Frodsham and K. Sharpe (eds) Abstractions Based on Circles. Papers on prehistoric rock art presented to Stan Beckensall on his 90th birthday: 9–24. Oxford: Archaeopress.  

Sharpe, K. (2022). Patterns of movement. Rock art, rough-outs, and route-ways in the English Lake District, in P. Paweł Polkowski, F. Förster and H. Riemer (eds) Rock Art in Landscapes of Motion. BAR International Series. 3092. 131-52. Oxford: Archaeopress.  


Barreiros, I.B., Coelho, R.G., Marcos, P.M. & Pereira, P.S. (2021). The Unbearable Lightness of Anachronism: Practices of Monument-making and the Guardians of Historical Consensus. GSG Magazine for Contemporary Art and Social Issues 3: 180-195. 

Coelho, R.G. (2021). Heritage and the Visual Ecology of the Plantationocene. In Heritage Ecologies. Bangstad, Torgeir Rinke & Pétursdóttir, Þóra. Routledge. 350-368.  

Coelho, R.G. & Hamilakis, Y. (2021). An archaeologist of images: A conversation with Edouard Duval-Carrié and Anthony Bogues. World Art 11(3): 311-333  

Coningham, R. & Lucero, L.J. (2021). Urban infrastructure, climate change, disaster and risk: lessons from the past for the future. Journal of the British Academy 9s8: 79-114.  

de Gruchy, M.,Jotheri, J., Alqaragholi, H., Al-Janabi, J., Alabdan, R., Al-Talaqani, H., Almamouri, G. & Al-Rubaye, H. (2021). The Khandaq Shapur: Defense, Irrigation, Boundary, Frontier. Land10(10): 1017.   

Fobbe, S., Navrouzov, N., Hopper, K., Khudida B.A., Philip, G. Nawaf, M. G., Lawrence, D., Walasek, H.,  Birjandian, S., Hassan A., Majid R., Salim S., Hassan S. Q., Dawood & Mishko, F. (2021). Cultural Heritage Destruction during the Islamic State's Genocide against the Yazidis. In The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. Rehman, Javaid, Shahid, Ayesha & Foster, Steve Brill. 5: 111-144.  

Gao, Q. & Jones, S. (2021). Authenticity and heritage conservation: seeking common complexities beyond the ‘Eastern’ and ‘Western’ dichotomy. International Journal of Heritage Studies27(1): 90-106.  

Garcia-Molsosa, A, Orengo, H. A., Lawrence, D., Philip, G., Hopper, K. & Petrie, C. (2021). Potential of deep learning segmentation for the extraction of archaeological features from historical map series. Archaeological Prospection 28(2): 187-199.  

Hingley, R. (2021). Assessing how representations of the Roman past impact public perceptions of the province of Britain’, Public Archaeology, 2021, 1-20.]  

Sharpe, K. (2021). Documenting British rock art: a review of the ‘big picture’, in G. Hey and P. Frodsham (eds) New Light on the Neolithic of Northern England: 73–82. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 


Barnett, T., Ritchie, M., and Sharpe, K. (2020). A Song in Stone. Exploring Scotland’s Neolithic Rock Art. Forestry and Land Scotland. 

Bockmann R., Leone, A. & Von Rummell, P. (2020). Africa – Ifriqiya. Continuity and Change in North Africa from the Byzantine to the Early Islamic Age. Palilia. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut. Papers from a conference held in Rome, 1-7.  

Brooks, M. M, and O’Connor, S. with Caple, C, Graves, P and Quya, A. (2020). Fragments of faith: Unpicking Archbishop John Morton’s vestments. The Antiquaries Journal, 100, 27-303. 

Brooks, M. M., Blackburn, R. S. & Quye, A. (2020). Forgotten histories and possible futures: Learning from twentieth-century fibres and films made from waste regenerated protein sources. In: Callapez, M. E., ed. The Plastics Heritage Congress 2019 Proceedings: 131-148. Lisbon: Ludus.  

Davis, C.E., Coningham, R.A.E., Acharya, K.P., Kunwar, R.B., Forlin, P., Weise, K., Maskey, P.N., Joshi, A., Simpson, I.A., Toll, D., Wilkinson, S., Hughes, P., Sarhosis, V., Kumar, A. & Schmidt, A. (2020). Identifying archaeological evidence of past earthquakes in a contemporary disaster scenario: Case-studies of damage, resilience and risk reduction from the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake and past seismic events within the Kathmandu Valley UNESCO World Heritage Property (Nepal). Journal of Seismology 24(4): 729-751.  

de Gruchy, M.W., and Cunliffe, E. (2020). How the Hollow Ways Got Their Form and Kept Them: 5000 Years of Hollow Ways at Tell al-Hawa. New Agendas in Remote Sensing and Landscape Archaeology in the Near East: Studies in Honour of Tony J. Wilkinson, edited by Lawrence, D., Altaweel, M. and Philip, G. 124–43. Oxford: Archaeopress. 

Hopper, K. & Omrani Rekavandi, H. (2020). Investigating Mobile Pastoralist Landscapes in North East Iran: The Contribution of Remote Sensing. New Agendas in Remote Sensing and Landscape Archaeology: Studies in Honor of Tony J. Wilkinson, edited by Lawrence, D., Altaweel, M. and Philip, G. 94-108. Oxford: Archaeopress. 

Lawrence, D., Altaweel, M. & Philip, G. (eds) (2020). New Agendas in Remote Sensing and Landscape Archaeology in the Near East: Studies in Honour of Tony J. Wilkinson. Oxford: Archaeopress.{FD36F5D9-37E7-49B9-9779-8ECF0920259F}  

Leone, A. & Sarantis, A. (2020). The Middle Euphrates and its Transformation from the 3rd to the 7th c.: The case of Dibsi Faraj. Journal of Late Antiquity 13(2): 308-351.  

Leone, A., Wootton, W., Fenwick, C., Nebbia, M., Alkhalaf, H., Jorayev, G., Othman, A., Alhaddad, M., Belzic, M., Emrage, A., Siala, Z. & Voke, P. (2020). An integrated methodology for the documentation and protection of cultural heritage in the MENA region: a case study from Libya and Tunisia. Libyan Studies 51: 141-168.  

Kumar, A., Hughes, P.N., Sarhosis, V., Toll, D., Wilkinson, S., Coningham, R., Acharya, K.P., Weise, K., Joshi, A., Davis, C.E., Kunwar, R.B., & Maskey, P.N. (2020). Experimental, numerical and field study investigating a heritage structure collapse after the 2015 Gorkha earthquake. Natural Hazards 101(1): 231-253.  

 Martínez-Sevilla, F., Arqués, M., Jordana, X., Malgosa, A., Rodríguez, J.A.L., Sánchez Romero, M., Sharpe, K., and Carrasco Rus, J. (2020). Who painted that? Social implications for the authorship of schematic rock art: a case study from Los Machos shelter (Granada, Spain). Antiquity 94(377): 1133–1151. 

 Skeates, R., Abu-Khafajah, S. and Badran, A. (2020). Reinvigorating museum education in Jordan. Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant, 2020: 47-49.