Mullin, D & Lewis, J 2016. Excavations at a cropmark henge at Bredon, Worcestershire. Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeological Society, 1-17.
Mullin, D & Lewis, J 2013 An Assemblage Of Ponderous Stones: Recent Archaeological Fieldwork At Stanton Drew Stone Circles Archaeological Journal 69. 87-126.
Mullin, D 2014. A Round Barrow Cemetery in the Severn Vale: Richards Atkinsons excavations of five ring ditches at Netherhills, Frampton on Severn, 1948 and their archaeological context. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 132, 29-45.
Mullin D 2012. A Landscape of Borders: the prehistory of the Anglo-Welsh borderland. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports British Series.
Mullin, D & Lewis, J 2012. Between the Channel and the Chalk: A Regional Perspective on Grooved Ware and Beaker Pottery from the Mendip Hills, Somerset in Pearce, S (ed) Recent Archaeological Work in South-Western Britain. Papers in honour of Henrietta Quinnell. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 49-59.
Mullin, D & Lewis, J 2012. West of Wessex, but only just: round barrow construction on the Mendip Hills, Somerset in Britnell, W.J and Silvester, B (eds) Reflections on the Past: essays in honour of Frances Lynch Cambrian Archaeological Association.
Mullin, D 2012. The River Has Never Divided Us: Bronze Age metalwork deposition in the west of Britain. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 31(1), 47-57.
Mullin, D, Strid, L & Biddulph, E 2011. A Cattle Burial at Hassocks, West Sussex. Post Medieval Archaeology 45/(2), 366-367.
Mullin, D 2011. Borders and Belonging: exploring the Neolithic of the Anglo-Welsh borderland in Jones, A.M & Kirkham, G (eds) Beyond the core: reflections on regionality in prehistory. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 5-14.
Mullin, D (ed) 2011. Places in Between: The Archaeology of Social, Cultural and Geographical Borders and Borderlands. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Mullin, D 2011. Barrows and Bronzes: the Bronze Age of Mendip in Lewis, J (ed) The Archaeology of Mendip: 500,000 years of change and continuity. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 119-138.
Biddulph, E, Mullin, D and Walsh, K 2011. Cirencester before Corinium: excavations at Kingshill North, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Oxford: OA Occasional Paper.
Lewis, J.P and Mullin, D 2011. New Excavations at Priddy Circle I, Mendip Hills, Somerset. Proceedings of University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 25(2), 133-163.
Mullin, D 2011. Earlier Prehistoric Pottery in Simmonds, A, Wenban-Smith, F, Bates, M, Powell, K, Sykes, D, Devaney, R, Stansbie, D and Score, D Excavations in North-West Kent 2005-2007. One hundred thousand years of human activity in and around the Darent Valley. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Monograph 11, 107-110.
Mullin, D & Brown, R 2010. A Bronze Age settlement, Roman structures and a field system at Hassocks, West Sussex. Sussex Archaeological Collections 148, 17-46.
Mullin, D & Ixer, R 2010. Middle Bronze Age pottery from Peridswell Park and Ride and DERA, Malvern, Worcestershire: new analysis and interpretation. The Transactions of the Worcestershire Archaeology Society 22, 59-63.
Brown, L and Mullin, D 2010. Prehistoric Pottery in Powell, K, Smith, A and Laws, G Evolution of a Farming Community in the Upper Thames Valley. Excavation of a Prehistoric, Roman and Post-Roman Landscape at Cotswold Community, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Volume 2: The finds and environmental reports. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology Thames Valley Landscapes Monograph No.31, 1-20.
Lewis, J & Mullin, D 2010. Dating the Priddy Circles, Somerset. PAST 64, 4-5.
Mullin, D 2009. Early Neolithic Pottery from Dartford, Kent. PAST 63, 9-10.
Pollard, J., Griffith, F., Healy, F., Jones, A., Lawson, A.J., Lewis, J., Mullin, D., Nowakowski, J., Wickstead, H., Mercer, R. & Woodward, P. 2008. Neolithic and earlier Bronze Age. In C.J. Webster (ed.) The Archaeology of South West England. South West Archaeological Research Framework: resource assessment and research agenda. Taunton: Somerset County Council, 75-102.
Mullin, D 2007. A Bit Close for Comfort: Early Bronze Age Burial in the Cheshire Basin in Last, J (ed) Beyond the Grave: new perspectives on barrows. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 84-91.
Mullin, D 2006. The Aggregate Landscape of Gloucestershire: predicting the archaeological resource. The Archaeologist 61, 44-45.
Mullin, D 2004. Neolithic Axeheads from Cheshire. Journal of the Chester Archaeological Society 79, 15-24
Mullin, D 2004. Evidence of Absence? The Neolithic of the Cheshire Basin in Cummins, V & Fowler, C (eds) The Neolithic of the Irish Sea: Materiality and Traditions of Practice Oxbow Books, Oxford.
Mullin, D 2003. The Bronze Age Landscape of the Northern English Midlands BAR British Series 351.
Mullin, D 2002. The Loachbrook Farm Mound: Neolithic Long Barrow or Cattle Plague Burial Mound? Proceedings of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society 98, 131-137.
Mullin, D 2002. Grimston Ware. Examples of Early Neolithic Pottery from North and East Cheshire. Journal of the Chester Archaeological Society, 77, 1-7.
Mullin, D 2001. Remembering, Forgetting and the Invention of Tradition: Burial and Natural Places in the English Early Bronze Age, ANTIQUITY 75, 533-7.
Lewis, J & Mullin, D 2000. The Middle Down Drove Project: Fieldwalking, Test Pitting and Excavation on the Mendip Hills, Somerset 1997-9 Proceedings of University of Bristol Spelaeological Society 22(2), 203-223.