2019 The environmental history and archaeology of nature reserves. Article commissioned by Conservation Land Management magazine. Winter 2019, Vol. 17 no.4. pp. 5-11
2019 Landscapes of Mental Health: The archaeology of St. Wulstan’s Local Nature Reserve, Malven, England (w/ R. Ruffle and H. Loney). In T. Darvill (ed.) Historic landscapes and mental well being. Archaeopress. pp. 228-242 Accepted 2018. (open access)
2019 Environment and the senses. Chapter for the Routledge volume A Handbook of Sensory Archaeology. (Eds. R. Skeates and J. Day). pp. 164-178 2019 Wildness: Conceptualising the wild in contemporary environmental archaeology, Internet Archaeology 53. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.53.3 (open access)
2019 Wildness: Conceptualising the wild in contemporary environmental archaeology, Internet Archaeology 53. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.53.3 (open access)
2013 Landesque Capital and the development of the British uplands in later prehistory: investigating the accretion of cairns, cairnfields and ancient agricultural landscapes, A. Hoaen and H. Loney. In C. Gibson and A. Chadwick (eds) Memory, Myth, Place and Long-term Landscape Inhabitation, pp 124-145. Celtic Studies Publications XVI, J. T. Koch (ser. ed.). Oxford, Oxbow Books
2007 Cairnfields: understanding economic and ecological practice during the Bronze Age of Central Britain, in Cherry, P. (eds) Studies in Northern Prehistory: Essays in memory of Clare Fell. Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological Antiquarian Society. pp. 177-198 w/ H. Loney
2007 Contributions to the North West Region Archaeological Research Framework Volume II: Research Agenda and Strategy, edited by M. Brennand, English Heritage/ALGAO
2007 Contributions to the North West Region Archaeological Research Framework Volume I: Resource Assessment, edited by M. Brennand, English Heritage/ALGAO
2006 “The Precautionary Principle” Archaeological site recovery and management in light of recent work on prehistoric settlement in upland Cumbria in The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 2 pp.150-154. w/ H. Loney
2006 Landscape memory and material culture: Interpreting diversity in the Iron Age. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 71 pp.361-378 w/H. L. Loney
2000 Soil pollen analysis at Balnuaran of Clava in The good stones: a new investigation of the Clava Cairns. ed. R. Bradley. PSAS. Monograph series. p. 96-113
2000 A preliminary investigation into the use of fungal spores as anthropogenic indicators on Shetland in People as an agent of environmental change. 1995 AEA conference proceedings. w/G. C. Coles
1997 Crift Farm: The Archaeology and Metallurgy of a Medieaval Tin Smelting Site, in The Archaeology of Mining, conference proceedings, the Historic Metallurgy Society. w/J. McDonnell, H. L. Loney
Papers in regional peer reviewed journals
2010 Excavations of Iron Age and Roman Iron Age Levels at a Settlement in Glencoyne Park, Ullswater, Cumbria. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. Vol X: 93-102 w/H. L. Loney
2005 Glencairn Community Forest survey. Discovery and Excavation Scotland. 6. 432005 Marchfield Rounall Archaeological Evaluation. Discovery and Excavation Scotland 6, 43
2004 Memory and persistence in later prehistoric Lake District, Cumbria: evidence of selective settlement and site development. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological Antiquarian Society w/H. L. Loney
2003 “Later prehistoric settlement in Matterdale and Hutton parishes: recent survey results” in Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological Antiquarian Society, w/H. L. Loney2003 “Glencoyne Park: a prehistoric landscape” in Archaeology North, w/ H.L.Loney
2000 “Excavations at Baldhowend Farm NY396 226.”, in Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological Antiquarian Society w/H.L. Loney
1999 Notes on recent research on Iron Age settlement in the Lake District, Cumbria’” Bulletin of Glasgow Archaeology Society, w/H.L. Loney
1998 “Matterdale valley survey project: Interim report of first season.” Matterdale historical and archaeological society newsletter. w/H.L. Loney. pp. 20-26.1995. “Crift Farm Project, Second Interim Report”, in Journal of the Trevithick Society, no. 22: 50-57. w/J.McDonnell, H.L.Loney.
December 2019 “Garbology” and the archaeology of industry: Field walking in the hinterlands of Royal Worcester Porcelain. Theoretical Archaeological Group conference. UCL. London.
December 2019 No future: From MSC schemes to Master of Science courses. Theoretical Archaeological Group conference. UCL. London.
September 2019 The Hollywood at Speech House, Forest of Dean. Tree Archaeology 2. ECONET conference. Sheffield Hallam University.
May 2019 People in the wild: theories and perspectives from archaeology. Opportunities and Issues in re-Wilding. ECONET conference. Sheffield Hallam University.
May 2018 A right royal forest: Woodland history and Archaeology in the Forest of Dean. Investigating Tree Archaeology. ECONET conference. Sheffield Hallam University.
December 2017 Environment, Nature, Nurture: The site of St. Wulstan’s Hospital. Theoretical Archaeological Group conference. Cardiff.
September 2017 Alt-heritage: Hippies, squatters, ravers after the Police and Criminal Justice Act 1984, 1994 and the Public Order act 1986. European Association of Archaeologists conference Maastricht.
May 2017 Veteran Trees, Meadows and commons at the Forest of Dean. Poster Presentation, EcoNet conference. Sheffield Hallam University.
April 2017 Environmental humanities, contemporary Archaeology and modern climate change. Archaeological research at Cambridge Conference. University of Cambridge
August 2016 Engaging the senses in the wider world. Contemporary Archaeology and Environmental Archaeology. Fourth International Landscape Archaeology Conference. University of Uppsala.
April 2016 Hidden Heritage of Veteran Trees. Hidden Heritage conference, Dorchester.
December 2015 Myth, materiality and mental health. Theoretical Archaeological Group conference. University of Bradford. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEpZOUhB1H8
December 2015 Conceptualising the Wild in Environmental Archaeology. Theoretical Archaeological Group conference. University of Bradford.
October 2015 The Devil’s Spittleful Archaeology of a wild place. ISE seminar series, University of Worcester.
September 2015 Wild times in wild Places: The Devil’s Spittleful Archaeology of a wild place. European Association of Archaeologists annual conference. University of Glasgow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eME3IdlsP7I
November 2014 The Archaeology of the Borrowdale Yews. Poster Presentation at the Association of Environmental Archaeology conference. University of Plymouth.
November 2014 Devils Spittleful and Rifle Range. From War to Wildness. Presentation to the Worcester Archaeology Dayschool. Worcester County Council. University of Worcester.
August 2014 Material culture of the Late Iron Age and Roman period:finds from Baldhowend and Glencoyne Park, Cumbria. Current approaches to British and Irish Prehistory: A Liverpool Symposium. University of Liverpool.
April 2014 Sites of Scientific interest or ancient monuments? An environmental archaeological approach to woodlands. ISE seminar series, University of Worcester.
March 2012 Material Culture in the Margins: comparing Roman and Roman-Iron Age sites in the military zone of North West England, Theoretical Roman Archaeology Group, Poster Presentation, Frankfurt Germany, with Helen Loney and Jennifer Peacock
November 2011 Living in the land:memorializing social and agricultural capital in Upland Northern England and Scotland. Bronze Age Forum, University of Cardiff. w/H. L. Loney