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Article

Hamilakis, Y; Holtorf, C; Pluciennik, M; Shanks, M; Sillar, B; Tarlow, S; Tierney, M; (1997) Relativism, objectivity and the politics of the past. Archaeological Dialogues , 4 (2) 164 - 198.

Kendall, A; Sillar, B; (1995) Arquitectura y ocupación Inca temprana en Warq'ana, Sector de Juchuy Cosco. Revista del Museo e Instituto de Arqueología , 25 75 - 102.

Kohl, P; Bernbeck, R; Pollock, S; Bintliff, J; Sillar, B; Hamilakis, Y; Holtorf, C; (1998) Relativism, objectivity and the politics of the past’ discussion & response. Archaeological Dialogues , 5 (1) 30 - 53.

Ogburn, D; Sillar, B; Sierra, JC; (2013) Evaluating effects of chemical weathering and surface contamination on the in situ provenance analysis of building stones in the Cuzco region of Peru with portable XRF. Journal of Archaeological Science , 40 (4) 1823 - 1837. 10.1016/j.jas.2012.09.023. Green open access
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SILLAR, B; (1994) ECOLOGY AND CERAMIC PRODUCTION IN AN ANDEAN COMMUNITY - ARNOLD,DE. ANTIQUITY , 68 (259) 466 - 468.

SILLAR, B; (1993) CERAMIC ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY - LONGACRE,WA. ANTIQUITY , 67 (256) 681 - 682.

SILLAR, B; (1993) DOMESTIC CERAMIC PRODUCTION AND SPATIAL-ORGANIZATION - A MEXICAN CASE-STUDY IN ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY - ARNOLD,PJ. ANTIQUITY , 67 (256) 681 - 682.

Sillar, B; (2013) The building and rebuilding of walls: Aspirations, commitments and tensions within an Andean community and the archaeological monument they inhabit. Journal of Material Culture , 18 (1) 27 - 51. 10.1177/1359183512473558. Green open access
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Sillar, B; (2013) Un patrimoine vivant: les illas et conopas des foyers Andins. Techniques & Culture , 58 66 - 81.

Sillar, B; (2010) La Saisonnalité des Techniques (Benguigui, M, Trans.). Techniques & Culture (52-53) 90 - 119. Green open access
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Sillar, B; (2009) The Social Agency of Things? Animism and Materiality in the Andes. Cambridge Archaeological Journal , 19 (3) 367 - 377. 10.1017/S0959774309000559. Green open access
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Sillar, B; (2006) West Dean Project. Past Matters , 4 24 - 26.

Sillar, B; (2005) Who’s indigenous? Whose archaeology? Public Archaeology , 4 (2-3) 71 - 94.

Sillar, B; (2005) Signs of the Inka khipu: Binary coding in the Andean knotted-string records. CURR ANTHROPOL , 46 (4) 690 - 691.

Sillar, B; (2003) Comments III: Technological choices and experimental archaeology. ARCHAEOMETRY , 45 173 - 181.

Sillar, B; (2002) Technology and social agency: Outlining a practice framework for archaeology. ANTIQUITY , 76 (292) 593 - 594.

Sillar, B; (2002) Caminando a través del tiempo: geografías sagradas en Cacha/Raqchi, departamento del Cuzco (Perú). Revista Andina , 35 221 - 246.

Sillar, B; (2001) Replies to 'Technological choices in ceramic production', Archaeometry, 42 (1), 1-76, 2000. ARCHAEOMETRY , 43 288 - 292.

Sillar, B; (2000) Dung by preference: The choice of fuel as an example of how Andean pottery production is embedded within wider technical, social, and economic practices. ARCHAEOMETRY , 42 43 - 60.

Sillar, B; (2000) Dung by preference: The choice of fuel as an example of how andean pottery production is embedded within wider technical, social, and economic practices. Archaeometry , 42 (1) 45 - 60.

Sillar, B; (2000) Pilgrims Past and Present: the ritual landscape of Raqchi, Southern Peru. Archaeology International 49 - 52.

Sillar, B; (1997) The emergence of pottery: Technology and innovation in ancient societies - Barnett,WK, Hoopes,JW. ANTIQUITY , 71 (272) 494 - &.

Sillar, B; (1996) The dead and the drying - Techniques for transforming people and things in the Andes. J MAT CULT , 1 (3) 259 - 289.

Sillar, B; (1996) Playing with God: cultural perception of children, play and miniatures in the Andes. Archaeological Review from Cambridge , 13 (2) 47 - 63.

Sillar, B; (1993) Producción de cerámica en el departamento de Cusco, Perú. Boletín de Lima , XV (85) 33 - 46.

Sillar, B; (1993) Producción de cerámica en el departamento de Cusco, Perú (Segunda parte). Boletín de Lima , XV (86) 123 - 137.

Sillar, B; (1992) Digging for a laugh: archaeology and humour. Archaeological Review from Cambridge , 11 (2) 203 - 211.

Sillar, B; (1992) Humour, Society and Material Culture. Archaeological Review from Cambridge , 11 (2) 225 - 251.

Sillar, B; (1992) The Social Life of the Andean Dead. Archaeological Review from Cambridge , 11 (1) 107 - 123.

Sillar, B; Dean, E; (2004) Identidad étnica bajo el dominio Inka: una evaluación arqueológica y etnohistórica de las repercusiones del estado Inka en el grupo étnico Canas. Boletin de Arqueologia Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru , 6 205 - 264.

Sillar, B; Fforde, C; (2005) Editorial: Conservation, Identity and Ownership in Indigenous Archaeology. Public Archaeology , 4 (2-3) 69 - 70.

Sillar, B; Gardner, A; Sommer, U; Meaton, C; (2008) The West Dean Archaeological Project: research and teaching in the Sussex Downs. Archaeology International , 10 54 - 57.

Sillar, B; Sommer, U; Davis, R; (2009) West Dean 2008. Archaeology International , 11 54 - 57.

Sillar, B; Tite, MS; (2000) The challenge of 'technological choices' for materials science approaches in archaeology. ARCHAEOMETRY , 42 2 - 20.

Sillar, WJM; (1996) Lives together, worlds apart: Quechua colonization in jungle and city - Skap,SL. J ROY ANTHROPOL INST , 2 (2) 394 - 395.

Sillar, WJM; Dean, E; Perez Trujillo, A; (2013) ‘My State or Yours? Wari ‘labour camps’ and the Inka cult of Viracocha at Raqchi, Cuzco, Peru. Latin American Antiquity 10.7183/1045-6635.24.1.21.

Book

Sillar, B and Fforde, C (Eds). (2006) Conservation, identity and ownership in indigenous archaeology. Public Archaeology: Vol.4 (2&3). Maney Pub

Sillar, B (Ed). (1992) Digging for a laugh: : archaeology and Humour. Archaeological Review from Cambridge: Vol.11:2. : Cambridge, UK.

Sillar, B; (2000) Shaping Culture: Making Pots and Constructing Households. An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Pottery Production, Trade and Use in the Andes. British Archaeological Reports International Series, 883: Oxford.

Book chapter

Kendall, A; Early, R; Sillar, B; (1992) Investigating Early Inca Architecture at Juchuy Cosco and Warq'ana, Calca, Department of Cuzco. In: Saunders, NJ, (ed.) Ancient America: contributions to new world archaeology. (189 - 255). Oxbow Books Ltd: Oxford.

McEwan, C; Sillar, B; (2013) La Arqueología Británica en el Perú en los Siglox XIX y XX. In: Tantaleán,, H and Astuhuamán, C, (eds.) Historia de la Arqueología en el Perú del Siglo XX. (409 - 442). Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos/Institute of Andean Research: Lima.

Sillar, B; (2012) Accounting for the spread of Quechua and Aymara between Cuzco and Lake Titicaca. In: Heggarty, P and Beresford-Jones, D, (eds.) Archaeology and Language in the Andes. (295 - 320). OUP/British Academy: Oxford, UK.

Sillar, B; (2012) Acts of god and active material culture: Agency and commitment in the Andes. In: UNSPECIFIED (153 - 190).

Sillar, B; (2010) Intentionality matters: Creativity and interpretation in the development of the Inka State. In: Cochrane, E and Gardner, A, (eds.) Evolutionary and Interpretive Archaeologies.

Sillar, B; (2004) Pottery. In: Fagan, B, (ed.) The Seventy Great Inventions of the Ancient World. (37 - 40). Thames & Hudson: London.

Sillar, B; (1997) Engendrando la vida y vivificando la muerte: jugando con ollas en los Andes. In: Arnold, DY and Studies, UOSAIOA, (eds.) Más allá del silencio : las fronteras de género en los Andes. (513 - 529). Ciase

Sillar, B; (1997) Reputable pots and disreputable potters: individual and community choice in present-day pottery production and exchange in the Andes. In: Cumberpatch, CG and Blinkhorn, P, (eds.) Not so much a pot, more a way of life. (1 - 20). Oxbow Books Ltd: Oxford.

Sillar, B; Dean, E; (2011) Ethnic identity under Inka rule: An archaeological and ethnohistoric assessment of the effects of the Inka State on the Canas ethnic group. In: Urton, G and Kaulicke, P, (eds.) Ethnicity and Personhood in the Inka Empire. Texas University Press: Austin.

Sillar, B; Hicks, D; (2013) South America. In: Hicks, D and Stevenson, A, (eds.) World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum: a characterization. (358 - 382). Archaeopress: Oxford.

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