Number of items: 9.
The anthropology of hunter-gatherers: key themes for archaeologists.
Debates in Archaeology
Bloomsbury Publishing, London.
The maritime identities of communities colonizing Norway.
Norwegian Archaeological Review, 46
Fluid materials: thinking about the properties of stone and quarrying in the megalithic architecture of Neolithic of Britain and Ireland.
Journal of Social Archaeology
Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology and Anthropology of Hunter Gatherers.
Oxford University Press, Oxford.
What lies beneath: Thinking about the qualities and essences of stone and wood in the chambered tomb architecture of Neolithic Britain and Ireland.
Journal of Social Archaeology, 12
Cummings, Vicki and Harris, Oliver
Animals, people and places: the continuity of hunting and gathering practices across the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Britain.
European Journal of Archaeology, 14
A view from the outside: some thoughts on the research priorities for Mesolithic and Neolithic lithic studies in Britain and Ireland.
A view from the west: the Neolithic of the Irish Sea zone.
Wysocki, Michael Peter and Cummings, Vicki
Appendix seven. Report on the cremated bone from Bargrennan 2004 and 2005.
From Cairn to Cemetery: an archaeological investigation of the chambered cairns and early Bronze Age mortuary deposits at Cairnderry and Bargrennan White Cairn, south-west Scotland.
Archaeopress, pp. 142-145.