Jürcke, F., Montes-Landa, J. and A. Ceccarelli, 2020. Knowledge-scapes. Archaeology Review from Cambridge, Volume 35.2, November 2020.
Peer-Reviewed Journal/ Proceedings Publications:
Ceccarelli, A. and Petrie, C.A. 2020. Cultural evolutionary paradigms and technological transformations from the Neolithic up to the Indus urban period in South Asia. In Greaves, L.R. and Hardy, A. (eds), Religions, Society, Trade and Kingship: Archaeology and Art in South Asia and along the Silk Road, 3500 BCE – 5th Century CE, South Asian Archaeology and Art 2016, Volume 1, Dev Publishers, Delhi: 3-20. Available at: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/304322
Naoko M., Ceccarelli, A., Janik, L., Shiraishi, J., Kajiki, T. and Ishimoto, Y. (2020). XRF analysis on the pottery sherds from Tsukumo Shell Midden. Kasaoka City Excavation Report 6: General Research Report of the Tsukumo Shell Midden, pp.401-407. Kasaoka City Board of Education.
松本直子、アレッサンドロ・セカレリ、リリアナ・ヤニック、白石純、加治木智也、石本雄一郎 2020年3月「津雲貝塚出土土器の蛍光X線分析」『笠岡市埋蔵文化財発掘調査報告６津雲貝塚総合調査報告書』401-407頁 笠岡市教育委員会 （in Japanese, 2020)
Ceccarelli A. and C. A. Petrie (2018). Ceramic analysis and the Indus Civilisation: a review. In Frenez, D., et al. (eds). Walking with the Unicorn. Social Organization and Material Culture in Ancient South Asia. ArchaeoPress: Oxford. Open access available here.
Singh R.N. et al. including A. Ceccarelli (2018). Living in the hinterland I: survey and excavations at Lohari Ragho 2015‐2017. Puratattva: Bulletin of the Indian Archaeological Society, Vol. 48. Delhi. Available on ResearchGate and on Academia.edu.
Turchin, P., et al. including A. Ceccarelli. (2018). Quantitative historical analysis uncovers a single dimension of complexity that structures global variation in human social organization. PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) 115(2), E144-E151. Available at https://www.pnas.org/content/115/2/E144
Currie, T. E., Turchin, P., et al. including A. Ceccarelli. (2018). Reply to Tosh et al.: Quantitative analyses of cultural evolution require engagement with historical and archaeological research. PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences). June 14, 2018. Available at https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1807312115
Singh R.N. et al. including A. Ceccarelli (accepted, in Press). Living in the hinterland II: survey and excavations at Masudpur 2018. Puratattva: Bulletin of the Indian Archaeological Society.
Orijemie, E.A., Ceccarelli, A. and French, C.A.I. (accepted, in press). The ceramic assemblage of Tse Dura (Indyer Mbakuv) rock shelter in Benue State, north-central Nigeria.
Petrie C. A. et al. including A. Ceccarelli (submitted). Rethinking human and environment relationships in ancient northwest India: insights from the Land, Water and Settlement and TwoRains projects. Ancient India (New Series) ‘Recent Advances in Harappan Archaeology’, special volume dedicated to Dr. R.S. Bisht.
Ceccarelli A. (submitted). The British Museum collection of Bronze Age South Asian archaeology: the Indus Civilisation display. Submitted to History: Journal of the Historical Association. Oxford: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Petrie, C.A. et al. including A. Ceccarelli (submitted). Living in the hinterland: progress of the TwoRains project in 2017 and 2018. EASAA 2018, South Asian Archaeology, Naples, Italy.
Ceccarelli, A. (2020). A European migrant in the UK, helping a post-Brexit Britain to react to COVID19, in D. Aditya and P. Otermans (eds.), Together: An anthology from the COVID-19 pandemic . Available here.
Ceccarelli, A. (2020). Our PhD system has caused a mental health crisis. TCS, Cambridge. Available at: https://www.tcs.cam.ac.uk/gu-president-our-phd-system-has-caused-a-mental-health-crisis/
Ceccarelli, A. (2020). Master’s students are owed deferrals and refunds. WonkHE, London. Available here.
Ceccarelli, A. (2020). Covid-19: Won’t somebody think of the postgraduate research students? WonkHE, London. Available at: https://wonkhe.com/blogs-sus/covid-19-wont-somebody-think-of-the-postgraduate-research-students/