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“A New Bedford Neighborhood Viewed Through the Lens of an 1860’s Album of Cartes de Visite Photographs,” New Bedford Whaling Museum; October 20, 2016. Sponsored by The Samuel D. Rusitzky Lecture Fund.
“Starting with a Bracelet and a Family Tree: How Family Artifacts Inspired and Informed My Genealogical Search,” American Ancestors, Summer 2013: 44-46.
“Personal Archiving and Genealogists,” American Ancestors, Fall 2012: 28-30.
“Infinite Attention to Detail, A Slice of Sicily in the 3rd and 2nd Millennia BCE,” KOINE: Mediterranean Studies in Honor of R. Ross Holloway, Oxbow, 2009.
“All Knowledge, Past and Present,” JEP, Summer 2006. https://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/jep/3336451.0009.206?view=text;rgn=main
“Bronze Age Pottery and 21st Century Scholarly Communication: A Web-Based Archive of Bronze Age Pottery,” Studi di Protostoria in onore di Renato Peroni, Florence, 2006: 712-717.
“The non-fraud of the Middle Bronze Age stone goddess from Ustica: a reverse Piltdown hoax,” with R. Ross Holloway, Antiquity, 76 (2002): 974-9. https://www.antiquity.ac.uk/ant/076/Ant0760974.htm
“E-mail and Potential Loss to Future Archives and Scholarship or The Dog that Didn’t Bark,” FirstMonday,(4.9), 1999. https://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/692/602
INTERPRETATIO RERUM: Archaeological Essays on Objects and Meaning By Students of R. Ross Holloway, editor, Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, Brown University, 1999.
“Early Bronze Age Sicilian Geometric Decoration: Its Origin and Relationship to Vessel Form,” in INTERPRETATIO RERUM, 1999: 1-14.
“At Play in the Field of Archaeology,” Play from Birth to Twelve: Contexts, Perspectives and Meanings, Garland Publishing, New York, 1998: 451-4.
“Expanding the Archaeologist’s Toolkit: Scientific Visualization of Archaeological Data,” Imaging the Past: Electronic Imaging and Computer Graphics in Museums and Archaeology, a Conference at the British Museum, London 3rd-5th November, 1994, British Museum Occasional Paper No. 114, London, 1996: 245-57.
“The La Muculufa Master and Company: The Identification of a Workshop of Early Bronze Age Castelluccian Painters,” Revue des Archéologues et Historiens d’Art de Louvain, 25 (1993): 9-24.
“Protoapennine vs. Subapennine: Mathematical Distinction Between Two Ceramic Phases,” with Sally Howe. Journal of Field Archaeology, 5(3), 1978: 339-347.