Over the years, project members have published a few papers on ARK theory as well as some more practical use-cases where ARK has been applied. This is by no means exhaustive, but where possible these have been linked to the off-prints and open access papers online. If you know of any other ARK or related-topic publications please let us know and we’ll update the list accordingly!
Eve, S. 2008. ‘Digital Applications and New Media in Archaeological Practice and Management’. Digital Heritage in the New Knowledge Environment: Shared Spaces and Open Paths to Cultural Content. Directorate of the National Archive of Monuments. Athens.
Eve, S. & Hunt, G. 2008. ‘ARK: a developmental framework for archaeological recording.’ In: Posluschnya, A., Lambers, K. & Herzong, I. (eds). Layers of Perception: Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Berlin, Germany, April 2–6, 2007. Kolloquien zur Vor- und Frühgeschichte 10. Bonn.
Dufton, A. and Fenwick, C. 2012. Beyond the Grave : Developing new tools for medieval cemetery analysis at Villamagna, Italy, 155-167. In Thinking Beyond the Tool: Archaeological Computing & the Interpretive Process.
Huggett, J. 2012. What lies beneath: lifting the lid on archaeological computing. In Thinking Beyond the Tool: Archaeological Computing and the Interpretative Process. Archaeopress, pp. 204-214. ISBN 9781407309279
Hunt, G. and Shepherd, J. 2008. Glorious glass from Prescot Street. London Archaeologist, 12(5): 136–37.
Hunt, G., Morse, C. and Richardson, L. 2008. Watching the past unfold before your eyes. London Archaeologist, 12(2): 41–5.
Morgan, C. and Eve, S. 2012. DIY and digital archaeology: what are you doing to participate? World Archaeology. 44(4): 521-537.
Pavel, Catalin. 2010. Describing and Interpreting the Past – European and American Approaches to the Written Record of the Excavation. University of Bucharest Press: Bucharest. ISBN 978-973-737-881-1.
Rabinowitz, A., Sedikova, L.V., Trelogan, J. & Eve, S. 2008. ‘New methodologies at an Ancient Site: Digital Technology and Excavation in the Southern Region of Crimean Chersonesos, 2001-2006’. Археологїя (Archaeologia). Vol. 1.
Roued-Cunliffe, H & Eve, S. 2010. ‘Cross-Border Data Sharing. A Case-Study in Interoperability and Web Services’. On the Road to Reconstructing the Past: Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Budapest, Hungary.
Ogden, J. Dufton, A. and Eve. S. 2012. ‘The Archaeological Recording Kit: An open source solution to project recording.‘ Presented as a workshop the 40th International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference. Southampton, United Kingdom.
Ogden, J., Eve, S. and Hunt, G. 2012. ‘FASTI & Furious: (re) Introducing FASTI Online.‘ Presented at the 40th International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference. Southampton, United Kingdom.