Publications

We have published widely on the findings of our work, as well as on our training, teaching and methodology. Where we have the permission to do so, we have provided links to our publications on this page – for those publications we can share, just click on the publication to download it.

Popular journal articles

  • O. Harris, H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, P. Richardson. 2014. New radiocarbon dates from Cladh Aindreis chambered tomb, Ardnamurchan. PAST (Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society) 76 (April 2014): 5-7.
  • H. L. Cobb, O. Harris, H. Gray, P. Richardson. 2013. Time’s tide in Swordle Bay: Life and death on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula. Current Archaeology, Issue 280, pp 18-24.
  • H. Gray, H. L. Cobb, O. Harris, and P. Richardson. 2012. The Viking buried at Swordle Bay. British Archaeology 125, 28-33.
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2009. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Western Scotland. PAST (Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society) 61 (April 2009): 1-3.
  • H. L. Cobb and P. Richardson. 2006. Transitions and Transformations: Investigations in to the Prehistory of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula. PAST (Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society) 54 (November 2006): 5-7.
  • H. L. Cobb and P. Richardson. 2006. The Ardnamurchan Transitions Project: Excavation and Survey work on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula. Scottish Archaeological News 52 (Winter 2006): 10-11.

Academic journal articles about our findings

  • O. Harris, H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, P. Richardson. 2012. A Viking at Rest: New Discoveries on Ardnamurchan. Medieval Archaeology 56, pp.333-339.

Publications which discuss our teaching, training and methodology

  • H. L. Cobb, D. Connolly and P. Richardson. 2014. A passport to the past: developing an archaeological skills passport. The Archaeologist 93: 8-13.
  • Cobb. H. L. and Croucher. K. 2014. Assembling archaeological pedagogy: a theoretical framework for valuing pedagogy in archaeological interpretation and practice. Archaeological Dialogues 21(2), 197-216.
  • Cobb. H. L. and Richardson. P. 2009. Transition/Transformation: Exploring Alternative Excavation Practices to Transform Student Learning and Development in the Field. Research in Archaeological Education 1(2), Prehistoric Pedagogies theme, pp. 21-40.
  • H. L. Cobb, O. Harris, C. Jones and P. Richardson. 2012. Reconsidering fieldwork: Exploring on site relationships between theory and practice. New York: Springer.
  • Members of the ATP Team. 2012. The Struggle Within: Challenging the subject/object relationship on a shoestring. In H. L. Cobb, O. Harris, C. Jones and P. Richardson (eds) Reconsidering fieldwork: Exploring on site relationships between theory and practice. New York: Springer, 113-130.

Unpublished Archaeological Excavation Reports

  • H. L. Cobb, O. Harris, H. Gray, P. Richardson. 2015. Cladh Aindreis Chambered Cairn Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Nine, 2014: Archaeological Excavations – Data Structure Report. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 25.
  • H. L. Cobb, O. Harris, H. Gray, P. Richardson. 2014. Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Nine, 2014: Archaeological Excavations – Project Design. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 24.
  • O. Harris, P. Richardson, H. L. Cobb, H. Gray. 2013. Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Eight, 2013: Archaeological Excavations – Project Design. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 23.
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2012. Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Seven, 2012: Archaeological Excavations – Project Design. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 18.
  • O. Harris, H. Gray, H. L. Cobb, P. Richardson. 2011. Viking Boat Burial, Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Six, 2011: Archaeological Excavations – Data Structure Report. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 17.
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2011. Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Six, 2011: Archaeological Excavations – Project Design. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 15.
  • O. Harris, P. Richardson, H. L. Cobb, P. Murtagh, I. Pringle. 2010. Cladh Aindreis Chambered Cairn Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Five, 2010: Archaeological Excavations – Data Structure Report. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 14
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson, P. Murtagh, H. Lawson. 2009. Cladh Aindreis Chambered Cairn Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Four, 2009: Archaeological Excavations – Data Structure Report. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 12
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2008. Cladh Aindreis Chambered Cairn Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Three, 2008: Archaeological Excavations – Data Structure Report. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 11
  • H. L. Cobb and P. Richardson. 2008. Cladh Aindreis Chambered Cairn Swordle Bay, Ardnamurchan. Season Three, 2008: Archaeological Excavations – Project Design. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 6
  • Cobb, H. & Richardson, P. 2006 Project Design for season 2 (2007), Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 5
  • Richardson, P. & Cobb, H. 2006 Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Season One (2006) Data Structure Report. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 4.
  • Cobb, H. & Richardson, P. 2005 Project Design – Sanna Bay Coastal Zone Assessment Survey, Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 3
  • Cobb, H. & Richardson, P. 2005 Project Design – Cladh Aindreis chambered cairn, Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 2
  • Cobb, H. & Richardson, P. 2005 Ardnamurchan Transitions Project: an Archaeological Research Design Including Initial Desk-based Assessment, Ardnamurchan Transitions Project unpublished report no. 1

Professional Journal Papers

  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2014. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Highland (Ardnamurchan parish), research field school. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New, vol.14.  Wiltshire: Cathedral Communications Limited, pp tbc.
  • H. L. Cobb, D. Connolly and P. Richardson. 2014. A passport to the past: developing an archaeological skills passport. The Archaeologist 93: 8-13.
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2013. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Highland (Ardnamurchan parish), research field school. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New, vol.14.  Wiltshire: Cathedral Communications Limited, pp 94.
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2012. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Highland (Ardnamurchan parish), research field school. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New, vol.13.  Wiltshire: Cathedral Communications Limited, pp 95.
  • H. L. Cobb, M. Giles and S. Jones. 2011. Partnership in the park: exploring the past, inspiring the future in inner-city Manchester. The Archaeologist 82: 20-21
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2011 Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Highland (Ardnamurchan parish), research field school. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New, vol.12.  Wiltshire: Cathedral Communications Limited, pp 94
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2010. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Highland (Ardnamurchan parish), research field school. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New, vol.11.  Wiltshire: Cathedral Communications Limited, pp 85-86
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2009. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Highland (Ardnamurchan parish), research field school. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New, vol.10.  Wiltshire: Cathedral Communications Limited, pp 89.
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2007. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Highland (Ardnamurchan parish), research field school. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New, vol.8.  Wiltshire: Cathedral Communications Limited, pp 104.
  • H. L. Cobb, H. Gray, O. Harris, P. Richardson. 2006. Ardnamurchan Transitions Project, Highland (Ardnamurchan parish), research field school. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New, vol.7.  Wiltshire: Cathedral Communications Limited, pp 86.

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