Koji MIZOGUCHI, STAŠA BABIĆ, RAIMUND KARL, MONIKA MILOSAVLJEVIĆ, CARSTEN PALUDAN-MÜLLER, TIM MURRAY, JOHN ROBB, NATHAN SCHLANGER, ALESSANDRO VANZETTI, What is ‘European Archaeology’? What Should it be? , European Journal of Archaeology, 20, 1, 4-35, 2017.01.
Kazuo MIYAMOTO, 中国冶铁技术传播和发展, The Conference on Early Cultural Interaction between East and West, 2016.08.13.
Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Social Change of Herding Society Viewed from the Stone-Slab Graves in Mongolia, Seventh Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology, 2016.06.10.
Jun'ichiro TSUJITA, The chronology and distribution of the Iron Age mirrors in Britain and Ireland, Archaeology: The Discipline of Things ... and People, Places, Animals, and Times, UCD School of Archaeology Research Day, 2016.12.09.
Jun'ichiro TSUJITA, The transformation of prestige good system in the process of state formation: as seen from the case of Kofun Period Japan. In 'The impact of social interaction on state formation in the peripheral area of Eurasia' [organized by Kazuo Miyamoto and Ellen Van Goethem], WAC-8 Kyoto: The 8th World Archaeological Congress , 2016.09.02.
米元 史織, Reconstructing the hierarchy of society in Edo-period Japan from entheseal changes, Working your fingers to the bone. An interdisciplinary conference on identifying occupation from the skeleton, 2016.07.08.
Koji MIZOGUCHI, 史学会125周年リレーシンポジウム４：過去を伝える、今を遺す（pp. 170-194 公共考古学の可能性）, 山川出版社, 2015.11.
Koji MIZOGUCHI, Death Rituals, Social Order and the Archaeology of Immortality in the Ancient World, Cambridge University Press, Chapter 16. ( pp. 255-279) 'De-Paradoxisation of Paradoxes by Referring to Death as an Ultimate Paradox: The Case of the State-Formation Phase of Japan', 2015.10, [URL].
Koji MIZOGUCHI, The Household as a Node of Communal Collaboration between Settlements and Tension within Settlements: A Case Study from the Yayoi Period in Northern Kyushu (Japan), Journal of Anthropological Research, 72, 2, 158-177, 2016.03.
米元 史織, 足立 達朗, 中野 伸彦, 舟橋 京子, 小山内 康人, 小山内 康人, The Strontium analysis on the human skeletal remains of the Bronze Age from the Tevsh sites in the southern Khangai, Mongol, ：Archaeological report of Daram in the Khentii province and Tevsh in the southern Khangai, in Bronze Age Mongol, 2016.03.