Previous CHAT publications with BAR include ‘Studies in Contemporary and Historical Archaeology’

The Good, the Bad and the Unbuilt: Handling the Heritage of the Recent Past edited by Sarah May, Hilary Orange and Sefryn Penrose. BAR S2362 2012: ISBN 9781407309491

Modern Materials: The proceedings of CHAT Oxford, 2009 edited by Brent Fortenberry and Laura McAtackney. BAR 2363 2012: ISBN 9781407309507

Wild Signs: Graffiti in Archaeology and History edited by Jeff Oliver and Tim Neal, 2010. BAR S2074 2010: ISBN 9781407306353

Defining Moments: Dramatic Archaeologies of the Twentieth-Century edited by John Schofield. BAR S2005 2009: ISBN 9781407305813

Papers from the 2003 and 2004 CHAT Conferences edited by Laura McAtackney, Matthew Palus and Angela Piccini. BAR S1677 2007: ISBN 9781407301150

‘The Garden of the World’: An Historical Archaeology of Sugar Landscapes in the Eastern Caribbean by Dan Hicks. BAR S1632 2007: ISBN 9781407300467

Henry’s Mill: The Historical Archaeology of a Forest Community Life around a timbermill in southwest Victoria, Australia, in the early twentieth century by Peter Davies. BAR S1558 2006: ISBN 9781841719887

The Historical Archaeology of Pottery Supply and Demand in the Lower Rhineland, AD 1400-1800 An archaeological study of ceramic production, distribution and use in the city of Duisburg and its hinterland by David R. M. Gaimster. BAR S1518 2006: ISBN 9781841719528

Other CHAT related publications:

The book of festivalCHAT session: M(C)AGA – A Photo Essay on Latin American Approaches to Contemporary Archaeology, edited by Tiago Silva Allves Muniz and Jaime Almansa-Sánchez [mainly in Portuguese and Spanish] (JAS Arqueología 2020)

Papers from the 2010 Aberdeen CHAT conference were published as: Oliver, J.M. and Curtis, N. (eds) (2015). ‘Contemporary and Historical Archaeology of the North’. Historical Archaeology, vol 49, no. 1

Papers from the 2009 CHAT@TAG session were published as a special guest edited volume of Archaeologies journal: Perspectives on the Recent Past, Archaeologies 6(1) 2010, edited by Brent Fortenberry and Adrian Myers

Papers from the 2007 Sheffield CHAT conference were published as Historical Archaeologies of Cognition: Explorations into Faith, Hope and Charity, edited by James Symonds, Anna Badcock and Jeff Oliver (Equinox 2013)