2019 Review of ‘London’s waterfront 1100–1666: excavations in Thames Street, London, 1974–84’ by Schofield, J et al. Archaeological Journal 176

2018 Review of 'Climate Without Nature' by Andrew Bauer and Monica Bhan (CUP 2018). American Antiquity 83:4, 758-9

2018 More than just a record: active ecological effects of archaeological strata.In Marcos Andre Torres de Souza and and Diogo Menezes Costa (eds) Historical Archaeology and Environment. Cham: Springer

2018.Further notes on the archaeological object (Comments on a paper by Assaf  Nativ) Archaeological Dialogues 25:1, 25-28

2018 Rivers as material infrastructure: a legacy from the past to the future. In Holt. Emily. (ed) Water and Power in Past Societies. Institute for European Archaeology Distinguished Monograph Series, Albany: SUNY Press:

2017. Humanly modified ground. In: Dominick A. DellaSala, and Michael I. Goldstein (eds.) The Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene. Oxford: Elsevier, 157-161.

2017. The Chicago River as hyperobject. In Kelly, J., Scarpino, P., Berry, H., Syvitski, J., Meybeck, M (eds). Rivers of the Anthropocene. University of California Press.

2017 Excavating a taskscape, flowscape and ceramiscene in the Black Country. In Rajala, U. Philip Mills (eds). Forms of Dwelling: 20 Years of Taskscapes in Archaeology. Oxford: Oxbow, 252-267

2016 The ground beneath our feet: beyond surface appearances. In Mensch macht Natur. Landschaft im Anthropozän, edited by Mackert, G. and Petritsch, P. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter (published July 2016)

2016 Grounded objects: archaeology and speculative realism. Archaeological Dialogues 23:1, 93-113

2016 Reverse engineering and the archaeology of flowing materials: a response to Gabriel Moshenska's paper..Forum Kritische Archäologie 5:31-33. 

2016 Humans - part of dynamic assemblages (of species, niches, forces) that are changing Earth: Social Evolution Forum.March 14, 2016.

2016 Review of Tim Ingold's 'Making: anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture' Journal of Contemporary archaeology website. 

2015 Material and cognitive dimensions of archaeological evidence. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology 1:2, 225-7.

2014 Introduction to Forum on Archaeology of the Anthropocene. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology,  1:1, 73-132,

2014. On the agency of rivers. Archaeological Dialogues 21, 157-159

2014. From spade-work to screen-work. In Carusi, A., Sissel Hoel, A., Webmoor, T. and Woolgar, S. Visualization in the Age of Computerization. London, Routledge.

2014 Enmeshments of shifting landscapes and embodied movements of people and animals' in Leary, J. Past Mobilities: Archaeological Approaches to Movement and Mobility. London: Ashgate.

2013 The relationship between archaeological stratigraphy and artificial ground and its significance in the Anthropocene. In Waters, C. N., Zalasiewicz, J. A., Williams, M., Ellis, M. A. & Snelling, A. M. (eds), A Stratigraphical Basis for the Anthropocene. The Geological Society of London, Lyell Collection Special Publications 395.

2013 Scale. In Graves-Brown, P., Harrison, R. and A. Piccini (eds). The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 379-391.

2013 The clearing: archaeology's way of opening the world. In Alfredo Gonzales Ruibal (ed.). Reclaiming Archaeology: Beyond the tropes of modernity. London: Routledge, 33-43.

2012 Follow the cut, follow the rhythm, follow the material. Norwegian Archaeological Review 45:1. A discussion article with comments from Åsa Berggren, Alfredo González-Ruibal, Tim Ingold, Gavin Lucas, Robin Skeates and Christopher Witmore, and reply to comments. Norwegian Archaeological Review 45:1, 76-114.

2012 Fields of artefacts: archaeologies of contemporary scientific discovery. BAR 2363, Studies in Contemporary and Historical Archaeology 8 Modern Materials: The proceedings of CHAT Oxford, 2009, edited by Brent Fortenberry & Laura McAtackney, 7-12.

2011 Fluid pasts: archaeology of flow. London, Bloomsbury Academic.

2011 Excavation as a ground for archaeological knowledge. Archaeological Dialogues 18:1, 44-6.

2011 Archaeology and current debate on the Anthropocene. Norwegian Archaeological Review 44:1, 59-62.

2011 The weir and flowing earthworks of Bedford. British Archaeology 121 (Nov/Dec issue).

2010 On the boundary: new perspectives from ethnography of archaeology. In Garrow, D and Yarrow, T (eds) Archaeology and anthropology: understanding differences, exploring similarities. Oxford, Oxbow, 53-68.

2010 Beyond human proportions: archaeology of the mega and the nano. Archaeologies 6.1, 138-149.

2009 Linking urban townscape with rural landscape: evidence of animal transhumance in the River Ivel valley, Bedfordshire. Medieval Settlement Research 23 (2008), 22-27.

2009 Comparing burhs: a Wallingford-Bedford case-study. In Keats-Rohan K and Roffe D. (eds.). The origins of the Borough of Wallingford: archaeological and historical perspectives. BAR British Series 494. Oxford, Archaeopress, pp77-85

2008 Excavation of a Romano-British Enclosure Complex at Burton Wold Farm, Burton Latimer. Northamptonshire Archaeology 35, 27-43

2008 The Tempsford Project: an interim report. in South Midlands Archaeology 38, 8-16

2007 Double-artefacts: exploring the other side of material culture.In Vitor Oliviera Jorge and Julian Thomas (eds) Overcoming the Modern Invention of Material Culture. Special issue of Journal of Iberian Archaeology vols 9/10, 89-96.

2007 Chapters on 'Anglo-Saxon and Medieval' and 'Post-Medieval, Industrial and Modern' in Martin Oake et al (ed) Bedfordshire Archaeology: Resource Assessment, Research Agenda and Strategy Bedfordshire Archaeology Monograph 9, 87-141.

2006 (edited volume). Ethnographies of Archaeological Practice: Cultural Encounters, Material Transformations Worlds of Archaeology. Lanham, MD USA: Altamira Press.

2006. Changing Landscapes: An Iron Age Enclosure at Stoke Hammond, Buckinghamshire. in Records of Buckinghamshire 46, 119-148.

2004. Recent Archaeological Investigations in Bedford Town Centre: Early Bedford’s Northern Boundary?  Bedfordshire Archaeology 25, 190-200

2003. Acts of Discovery: an ethnography of archaeological practice. BAR International Series 1131. Oxford, Archaeopress

2001. An Iron Age and Romano-British Farmstead at Norse Road, Bedford. In Bedfordshire Archaeology 24, 1-19



2019 (Edgeworth, M., Jeffery, E., Goacher, H. and Tierney, M) Between rivers: Iron Age and Romano-British ‘island’ farmsteads at Vine Farm, Shingay-cum-Wendy, Cambridgeshire. Proceedings of Cambridgeshire Antiquarian Society 108.

2019 (Williams, M., Edgeworth, M., Zalasiewicz, J., Waters, C.N., Steffen, W., Wolfe, A.P., Minter, N.J., Cearreta, A., Gałuszka, A., Haff, P., McNeill, J., Revkin, A., Richter, D de B., Price, S., and Summerhayes, C). 2019. Underground metro systems: A durable geological proxy of rapid urban population growth and energy consumption during the Anthropocene. In: Benjamin, C. et al. (eds) The Routledge Companion to Big History, 434-455.

2019 Edgeworth M, Ellis E, Gibbard P, Neal C and Ellis M.  The chronostratigraphic method is unsuitable for determining the start of the Anthropocene. Progress in Physical Geography

2019 Bennett C, Thomas R, Williams M, Zalasiewicz J, Edgeworth M, Miller H, Coles B, Foster A, Burton E,  and Marume Upenyu. The broiler chicken as a signal of a human reconfigured biosphere. Royal Society Open Science

2018. Peloggia, A., Luz, R.A., Ortega, A., Edgeworth, M.  The expansion of the urban geological stratum (Archaeosphere) in the east of the State of São Paulo: the relationship between history, geography, geology and archaeology in the Anthropocene. (in Portuguese) Revista Brasileira de Geografia

2017. Zalasiewicz, J., Williams, M., Waters, CN.,Barnosky, AD. Palmesino, J., Rönnskog, A-S, Edgeworth, M., Neal, C., Cearreta, A., Ellis, EC., Grinevald, J., Haff, P., Ivar do Sul, JA., Jeandel, C., Leinfelder, R., McNeill, JR., Odada, E., Oreskes, N., Price, SJ., Revkin, A., Steffen, W., Summerhayes, C., Vidas, D., Wing, S., Wolfe, AP. Scale and diversity of the physical technosphere: A geological perspective. The Anthropocene Review 4:1, 9–22.

2016 Steffen, W., Leinfelder, R., Zalasiewicz, J., Waters, C. N., Williams, M., Summerhayes, C., Barnosky, A. D., Cearreta, A., Crutzen, P., Edgeworth, M., Ellis, E. C., Fairchild, I. J., Galuszka, A., Grinevald, J., Haywood, A., Ivar do Sul, J., Jeandel, C., McNeill, J.R., Odada, E., Oreskes, N., Revkin, A., Richter, D. deB., Syvitski, J., Vidas, D., Wagreich, M., Wing, S. L., Wolfe, A. P. and Schellnhuber, H.J. Stratigraphic and Earth System approaches to defining the Anthropocene. Earth's Future.

2016 Matt Edgeworth, Colin N. Waters, Jan Zalasiewicz, Simon Stoddart. Second Anthropocene Working Group Meeting.The European Archaeologist 47.

2016 Jan Zalasiewicz, Colin N. Waters, Juliana Ivar do Sul, Patricia L. Corcoran, Anthony D. Barnosky, Alejandro Cearreta, Matt Edgeworth, Agnieszka Gałuszka, Catherine Jeandel, Reinhold Leinfelder, J.R. McNeill, Will Steffen, Colin Summerhayes, Michael Wagreich, Mark Williams, Alexander P. Wolfe, Yasmin Yonan. The geological cycle of plastics and their use as a stratigraphic indicator of the Anthropocene.. Anthropocene

2016 Colin N. Waters, Jan Zalasiewicz, Colin Summerhayes, Anthony D. Barnosky, Clément Poirier, Agnieszka Galuszka, Alejandro Cearreta, Matt Edgeworth, Erle C. Ellis, Michael Ellis, Will Steffen, James Syvitski, Davor Vidas, Michael Wagreich, Mark Williams, An Zhisheng, Jacques Grinevald, Eric Odada, Naomi Oreskes, Alexander P. Wolfe.The Anthropocene is functionally and stratigraphically distinct from the Holocene. Science 351:6269.

2015. Edgeworth, M., Richter, D., Waters, C., Haff, P., Neal, C and Price, S Diachronous beginnings of the Anthropocene: the lower bounding surface of anthropogenic deposits. Anthropocene Review 2: 33-58,

2014 Edgeworth, M; Benjamin, J; Clarke, B; Crossland, Z; Domanska, E; Gorman, A; Graves-Brown, P; Harris, E; Hudson, M; Kelly, J.; Paz, V; Salerno, M; Witmore, C; Zarankin, A.  Forum on 'Archaeology of the Anthropocene' . Journal of Contemporary Archaeology,  1:1, 73-132,

2014. Janssen, D.M., Wilkinson, I.P., Williams, M., Gouldwell, A., Christie, N., Edgeworth, M. Medieval land remediation of a quarry site at Wallingford, Oxfordshire, revealed by microfossil analysis. Environmental Archaeology 19:2, 124-130.

2013 Christie, N., Creighton, O. with, Edgeworth, M and H. Hamerow, H. Transforming Townscapes. From burh to borough: the archaeology of Wallingford AD 800-1400. SMA Monograph 35.

2011 Edgeworth, M. and N. Christie. The archaeology of crossing places: the bridge and ford at Wallingford on the River Thames, England.  In Archäologie der Brücken: Vorgeschichte, Antike, Mittelalter, Neuzeit. Regensburg, Pustet Friedrich Kg, 232-9.

2010. Wilkinson, IP, Tasker, A, Gouldwell, A, Williams, M, Edgeworth, M, Zalasiewicz, J, and Christie, N. Micropalaeontology reveals the source of building materials for a defensive earthwork (English Civil War?) at Wallingford Castle, Oxfordshire. Journal of Micropalaeontology 29:  87-92.

2009. Christie N, Edgeworth M, Creighton O, Hamerow H. Wallingford: Charting Early Medieval and Medieval Expansion and Contraction. Medieval Settlement Research 23 (2008), 53-57.

2009. Christie N, Edgeworth M, O'Sullivan D, Taylor J, Hyam A, Speed G, Creighton O, Fradley M, Hamerow H.  The Wallingford Burh to Borough Research Project 2008 :Interim Report. South Midlands Archaeology 39, 63-66.

2009. Creighton, O., Christie, N., Hamerow, H and Edgeworth, M. Wallingford. in British Archaeology 35, 27-43

2009. Creighton O, Christie N, Hamerow H and Edgeworth M. New directions in tracing the origins and development of Wallingford'. In Keats-Rohan K and Roffe D. (eds.) The origins of the Borough of Wallingford: archaeological and historical perspectives. BAR British Series 494. Oxford, Archaeopress, 68-76.

2009. Speed G, Christie N, Creighton O, and Edgeworth M. Charting Saxon and Medieval Urban Growth and Decay at Wallingford. Medieval Archaeology 53, 355-363.

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