In press. Place, Memory, and Healing: An Archaeology of Anatolian Rock Monuments. New York and London: Routledge (December 19, 2014).
In press. “Borders are Rough-hewn: Monuments, Local Landscapes and the Politics of Place in Hittite Anatolia” in Bordered Places Bounded times - Interdisciplinary perspectives on Turkey, edited by Emma Baysal and Leonidas Karakatsanis. British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monograph Series.
In press. "Stone worlds: Technologies of rock-carving and place-making in Anatolian landscapes" in The Cambridge Prehistory of the Bronze and Iron Age Mediterranean. A. Bernard Knapp and Peter van Dommelen (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (November 2014), 379-393.
In press. "Apparition on the Living Rock: Rock Reliefs and Landscape Monuments in the Near East" in A Companion to the Art of the Ancient Near East, edited by Ann Gunter. Malden MA: Blackwell.
2014. Of Rocks and Water: Towards an Archaeology of Place, edited by Omur Harmansah. Joukowsky Institute Publications 5. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
2014. "Introduction" in Of Rocks and Water: Towards an Archaeology of Place, edited by Omur Harmansah. Joukowsky Institute Publications 5. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 1-12.
2014. "Event, Place, Performance: Rock Reliefs and Spring Monuments in Anatolia" in Of Rocks and Water: Towards an Archaeology of Place, edited by Omur Harmansah. Joukowsky Institute Publications 5. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 140-168.
2014. "Urban Utopias and How They Fell Apart: The Political Ecology of Gezi Parkı," in The Making of Turkey's Protest Movement: #occupygezi, edited by Umut Özkırımlı. With an introduction by Judith Butler. New York: Palgrave MacMillan/Palgrave Pilot, 121-133.
2014. "Figures Carved on the Living Rock : Hittite Rock Monuments,"in Hittites: An Anatolian Empire. Metin Alparslan and Meltem Dogan Alparslan (eds). Istanbul: Yapi Kredi Publications, 566-579.
2014. "Yalburt Pınarı’nda bir Hitit Kralı: Tunç Çağı, Soğuk Sular ve Anadolu Peyzajı" Aktüel Arkeoloji 38 (March-April 2014). (with Peri Johnson and Müge Durusu-Tanrıöver)
2013. Cities and the Shaping of Memory in the Ancient Near East. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2013. "The Cattlepen and the Sheepfold: Cities, Temples, and Pastoral Power in Ancient Mesopotamia." In Heaven on Earth: Temples, Ritual, and Cosmic Symbolism in the Ancient World. Deena Ragavan (ed.). Oriental Institute Seminars 9. Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 371-392.
2013. Review of J.E. Curtis and N. Tallis (eds.), The Balawat Gates of Ashurnasirpal II, The British Museum Press, London 2008. Ancient West & East 12 (2013) 362-366.
2012. "Beyond Aššur: New Cities and the Assyrian Politics of Landscape," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 365: 53-77.
2012. "Critical archaeologies for political engagements with place (Kritische Archaeologie: der Ort als Thema politischer Auseinandersetzung)" Forum Kritische Archäologie 1: 134-140.
2012. "The Location of Theory: A Discussion with Homi Bhabha," Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 8: 1 ( 2012) (with Nick Shepherd).
2011. "Monuments and memory: Architecture and visual culture in ancient Anatolian history," in Oxford Handbook of Ancient Anatolia (10,000–323 BCE). Edited by Sharon R. Steadman and Gregory McMahon. Oxford University Press, 623-651.
2011. "Moving Landscapes, Making Place: Cities, Monuments and Commemoration at Malizi/Melid" Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 24.1: 55-83.
2009. "Stones of Ayanis: New Urban Foundations and the Architectonic Culture in Urartu during the 7th C. BC," in Bautechnik im Antiken und Vorantiken Kleinasien. Internationale Konferenz 13-16. Juni 2007 in Istanbul. (Byzas 9). Martin Bachmann (ed.). Ege Yayınları: Istanbul, 177-197.
2008. Review of Marian H. Feldman. Diplomacy by Design: Luxury Arts and an "International Style" in the Ancient Near East, 1400-1200 BCE. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. Art Bulletin 90.1: 123-126.
2007. "Upright stones and building narratives: formation of a shared architectural practice in the ancient Near East," in Ancient Near Eastern Art in Context: Studies in Honor of Irene J. Winter by her students. Jack Cheng and Marian H. Feldman (eds.). Leiden: Brill Publishers, pp. 69-99.
2007. "Source of the Tigris: Event, Place and Performance in the Assyrian Landscapes of the Early Iron Age," Archaeological Dialogues 14.2: 179-204.
2007. "Ancient Mesopotamia" chapter including entries on Ur, Tell Asmar, Babylon, Khorsabad, and Development of Writing. In Archaeologica: The World's Most Significant Sites and Cultural Treasures. Aedeen Cremin (ed.). London: Frances Lincoln Publishers, 214-223.
2002. Series of entries and map contributions in Mapping Augustan Rome. Directed by Lothar Haselberger in collaboration with David G. Romano & edited by Elisha Dumser. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplement Series No. 50: Portsmouth, RI.
1996 "The Kerkenes Dag survey: An interim report," Anatolian Studies 46: 200-234. (with G.D. Summers, F.E. Summers, N. Baturayoglu, E. McIntosh).