In Press

Shaw, B. (In Press). The human history of the Pacific Islands. In Rehren, T. and Nikita, E. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Archaeology, 2nd Edition. London: Elsevier Science & Technology.

Shaw, B. and Connaughton, S. P. (In Press). Life after Lapita: The diversification of regional cultural identities in the Western Pacific Islands. In Fitzpatrick, S. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Island & Coastal Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Book chapters

Bedford, S. 2023. Austronesian Colonization of the Pacific Islands, 1200 BCE-1250 CE. In P. D’Arcy (ed.), The Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, Volume One (Matt Matsuda and Ryan Jones, eds.), pp. 434-456.

Trau, A. & Ballard, C. 2023. Community management of cultural tourism at a World Heritage site: intersections of the ‘local’ and ‘global’ at Chief Roi Mata’s Domain, Vanuatu. In Marcus L. Stephenson (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Tourism and Small Island States in the Pacific. London: Routledge, pp. 205-218. 

Journal articles

Abel, S., Frieman, C. 2023. On gene-eaology: Identity, descent, and affiliation in the era of home DNA. Anthropological Science.

Adeleye, M., Haberle, S., Hopf, F. Harris, S. & McWethy, D. 2023. Insights into the indigenous-managed landscape in southeast Australia during the Holocene. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany.

Ballard, C. 2023. Stones in motion: monuments and chiefly title histories in Central Vanuatu. Archaeology in Oceania

Bammer, Gabriele, et al. “Setting Parameters for Developing Undergraduate Expertise in Transdisciplinary Problem Solving at a University-Wide Scale: A Case Study.” Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 2023,

Hardy, K., Ballard, C. & Leclerc, M. 2023. Agarabi pottery production in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 69: 101479  

O’Connor, S., Kealy, S., Reepmeyer, C., Samper Carro, S. & C. Shipton. 2023. Terminal pleistocene emergence of maritime interaction networks across Wallacea. World Archaeology.

O’Shannessy, C. & D. Angelo. 2023.  Insights from the perspective of language ecologies and new contact languages in AustraliaLinguistic Approaches to Bilingualism

Skirgard, H., Haynie, H., Blasi, D., Hammarstrom, H., Collins, J., Latarche, J., Lesage, J., Weber, T., Witzlack-Makarevich, A., Passmore, S., Chira, A., Maurits, L., Dinnage, R., Dunn, M., Reesink, G., Singer, R., Bowern, C., Epps, P., Hill, J., … Evans, N., Gray, R. 2023. Grambank reveals the importance of genealogical constraints on linguistic diversity and highlights the impact of language loss. Science Advances. 9(16).

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