WHITAKER, K.A. (in preparation) ‘Sarsen stone quarrying in southern England’ for Post-Medieval Archaeology
NASH, D.J. et al (2020) ‘Origins of the sarsen megaliths at Stonehenge’ Science Advances
WHITAKER, K.A. (2020) ‘”Sarsen stones in Wessex”: a Society of Antiquaries project contextualised and renewed.’ The Antiquaries Journal
WHITAKER, K.A. (2020) ‘Sarsen-working at Stonehenge’ and ‘The history of thought about sarsen origins for Stonehenge’ In Parker-Pearson, M. et al
(2020) Stonehenge for the Ancestors. Part 1: Landscape and Monuments.
Leiden: Sidestone Press
WHITAKER, K.A. (2019) Gitte Hansen and Per Storemyr, eds. Soapstone in the North: Quarries, Products, and People 7000 bc–ad 1700 (University of Bergen Archaeological Series 9, Bergen: University of Bergen, 2017, 408pp., 113 colour and 61 b/w illustr., hbk, ISBN 978-82-90273-90-8, ISSN 0809-6058) [review] European Journal of Archaeology
22(3):430-433 DOI: 10.1017/eaa.2019.30
WHITAKER, K.A. (2019) Sarsen stone quarrying in southern England: an introduction’ In Teather, A. et al Extracting more than rock? Insights into the acquisition of stone and flint in the Neolithic
Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers. Oxford: Oxbow
WHITAKER, K.A. (2018) ‘What if none of the building stones at Stonehenge came from Wiltshire?’ Oxford Journal of Archaeology
WHITAKER, K. (2014) ‘The Wild Heerbrugg A5 in Britain in 2014’ Photogrammetric Record
CRAWFORD, J., WHITAKER, K., AND WILLIAMS, A. (2014) Aerofilms. A History of Britain from Above.
Swindon: English Heritage
Upcoming Talks and Conferences
8-11 June 2021: Landscape Archaeology Congress (postponed from 2020) [online] ‘Hidden Landscape’ session TBC.
22 April 2021: ‘Five reasons to research surface quarry sites’ [online] CiFA Annual Conference, research students and ECRs session https://www.archaeologists.net/conference
21 April 2021: ‘Sarsen Building Stone’ [online] for the Somerset Vernacular Buildings Research Group. Details will be posted http://svbrg.org.uk/events.php shortly.
15-26 March 2021: ‘From Quarries to Rock-Cut Sites; Echoes of Stone-crafting’ [online], University of Pisa. Conference and round table live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook. Go to https://www.mappalab.eu/en/echoes-of-stone-crafting/ for details.
12 November 2020: Wiltshire Archaeology Conference (postponed from March 2020). Go to http://www.wiltshiremuseum.org.uk
for details of the rearranged conference and our online presentations.