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Prof. A. Nigel Goring-Morris

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Books

  1. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1987. At the Edge: Terminal Pleistocene Hunter-Gatherers in the Negev and Sinai. BAR International Series 361, Oxford.

  2. Goring-Morris, A. N. & A. Belfer-Cohen (editors) 2003. More Than Meets the Eye: Studies on Upper Palaeolithic Diversity in the Near East. Oxbow Press, Oxford.

  3. Bar-Yosef, O., A. N. Goring-Morris & A. Gopher (editors) 2010. Gilgal: Excavations at Early Neolithic Sites in the Lower Jordan Valley. The Excavations of Tamar Noy. ASPR & David Brown/Oxbow, Oakville, CT.

Papers

  1. Bar-Yosef, O., & A. N. Goring-Morris 1977. Geometric Kebaran A occurrences, in: Prehistoric Investigations in Gebel Maghara, Northern Sinai. O. Bar-Yosef & J. L. Phillips (eds.), Qedem 7:115-148, Monographs of the Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

  2. Goring-Morris, A.N. 1978. Ma'aleh Ziq: A Geometric Kebaran A site in the central Negev, Israel, Paleorient 4:267-272.

  3. Bar-Yosef, O., A. Gopher & A. N. Goring-Morris 1980. Netiv Hagdud: A 'Sultanian' mound in the lower Jordan valley, Paleorient 6:201-206.

  4. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1980. Upper Palaeolithic sites from Wadi Fazael, lower Jordan valley, Paleorient 6:173-191.

  5. Davis, S. J. M., A. N. Goring-Morris & A. Gopher 1982. Sheep bones from the Negev Epipalaeolithic, Paleorient 8:87-93.

  6. Goring-Morris, A. N.& A. Gopher 1983. Nahal Issaron: A Neolithic settlement from the southern Negev, Israel. A preliminary report of the 1980 excavations, Israel Exploration Journal 33:149-162.

  7. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring Morris 1986. Har Horesha I: An Upper Palaeolithic site in the central Negev highlands, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 19:43*-57*.

  8. Goring-Morris, A. N. & U. Avner 1986. An Epipalaeolithic occurrence in eastern Sinai and some observations on the use of the microburin technique, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 19:58*-65*.

  9. Bergman, C. A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 1987. Conference: The Levantine Aurignacian with special reference to Ksar Akil, Lebanon. Paleorient 13:140-145.

  10. Goring-Morris, A. N. & O. Bar-Yosef 1987. A Late Natufian campsite in the western Negev, Paleorient 13/1:104-109.

  11. Goring-Morris, A.N. 1988. Reply to reviews of "At the Edge." Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 21:79*-86*.

  12. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1988. Trends in the spatial organization of Terminal Pleistocene hunter-gatherer occupations as viewed from the Negev and Sinai. Paleorient 14/2:231-244.

  13. Goring-Morris, A.N. 1989. Socio-cultural aspects of shell use in the Terminal Pleistocene of the Negev and Sinai. In C. F. Hayes III et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the 1986 Shell Bead Conference. Research Records No. 20:175-188, Rochester Museum and Science Center, New York.

  14. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1989. Developments in Terminal Pleistocene hunter-gatherer socio-cultural systems: A perspective from the Negev and Sinai deserts. In I. Hershkovitz (ed.), People and Culture in Change. BAR International Series 508, Vol. I: 7-28, Oxford.

  15. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1989. Lunates, the Natufian of the Negev, and the Rosh Horesha-Saflulim site complex. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 22:48*-60*.

  16. Goring-Morris, A. N. & S. A. Rosen 1989. An early Upper Palaeolithic assemblage with chamfered pieces from the central Negev, Israel, Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 22:31*-40*.

  17. Goring-Morris, A. N. & P. Goldberg 1990. Late Quaternary dune incursions in the southern Levant: Archaeology, chronology and palaeoenvironments, Quaternary International 5:115-137.

  18. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1991. The Harifian of the southern Levant. In O. Bar-Yosef & F. R. Valla (eds.), The Natufian Culture in the Levant. Pp. 173-216. International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor.

  19. Belfer-Cohen, A., I. Gilead, A. N. Goring-Morris, & S. A. Rosen 1992. An Epipalaeolithic rockshelter at Nahal Neqarot in the central Negev. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 24: 164-168.

  20. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1992. A PPNB settlement at Kfar HaHoresh in lower Galilee: A preliminary report of the 1991 season. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 24:77-101.

  21. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1993. From foraging to herding in the Negev and Sinai: the Early to Late Neolithic transition. Paleorient 19/1:63-87.

  22. Gopher, A., A. N. Goring-Morris & D. Gordon 1994. Nahal Issaron - The Lithics of the later PPNB occupation. In H.-G. K. Gebel & S. K. Kozlowski (eds.), Neolithic Chipped Lithic Industries of the Fertile Crescent. SENEPSE 1: 479-494. Berlin: ex oriente.

  23. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1994. Aspects of the PPNB lithic assemblage from Kfar HaHoresh, near Nazareth, Israel. In H.-G. K. Gebel & S. K. Kozlowski (eds.), Neolithic Chipped Lithic Industries of the Fertile Crescent. SENEPSE 1:427-444. Berlin: ex oriente.

  24. Goring-Morris, A. N., A. Gopher & S. A. Rosen 1994. The Neolithic Tuwailan cortical knife industry of the Negev, Israel. In H.-G. K. Gebel & S. K. Kozlowski (eds.), Neolithic Chipped Lithic Industries of the Fertile Crescent. SENEPSE 1:511-524. Berlin: ex oriente.

  25. Goring-Morris, A. N., Y. Goren, L. K. Horwitz, I. Hershkovitz, R. Lieberman, J. Sarel, & D. Bar-Yosef 1994-5. The 1992 season of excavations at the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B settlement of Kfar HaHoresh. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 26:74-121.

  26. Carmi, I., D. Segal, A. N. Goring-Morris & A. Gopher 1995. Dating of the prehistoric site of Nahal Issaron in the southern Negev, Israel, by 14C. Radiocarbon 36/3: 391-398.

  27. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1995. Complex hunter-gatherers at the end of the Paleolithic. 20,000-10,000 BP. In T. E. Levy (ed.), The Archaeology of Society in the Holy Land. Pp. 141-168. Leicester University Press. London.

  28. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1995. Upper Palaeolithic occupation of the Ein Qadis area on the Sinai/Negev border. 'Atiqot 27:1-14.

  29. Gopher, A., A. N. Goring-Morris & S. A. Rosen 1995. Ein Qadis I: A Pre-Pottery Neolithic B occupation in eastern Sinai. 'Atiqot 27:15-33.

  30. Goring-Morris, A. N., Y. Goren, L. K. Horwitz, D. Bar-Yosef & I. Hershkovitz 1995. Investigations at an early Neolithic settlement in lower Galilee: Results of the 1991 season at Kefar HaHoresh. 'Atiqot 27:37-62.

  31. Hershkovitz, I., I. Zohar, M. S. Speirs, I. Segal, O. Meirav, U. Sherter, H. Feldman & A. N. Goring-Morris 1995. Remedy for an 8500 year-old plastered human skull from Kfar HaHoresh, Israel. Journal of Archaeological Science 22: 779-788.

  32. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 1996. The Late Epipalaeolithic as the precursor of the Neolithic: The lithic evidence. In S. K. Kozlowski & H.-G. K. Gebel (eds.), Neolithic Chipped Lithic Industries of the Fertile Crescent and Their Contemporaries in Adjacent Regions. SENEPSE 3:217-225. Berlin: ex oriente.

  33. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1996. Square pegs into round holes: A critique of Neeley and Barton. Antiquity 70/267:130-135.

  34. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1996, The Early Natufian occupation at El Wad, Mt. Carmel, reconsidered. In M. Otte (ed.), Nature et Culture. ERAUL 68: 17-427.

  35. Hershkovitz, I., I. Zohar, S. Wish-Baratz, Y. Goren, A. N. Goring-Morris, M. Speirs, I. Segal, O. Meirav, U. Sherter & H. Feldman 1996. High resolution computed tomography and micro-focus radiography on an eight thousand year old plastered skull: How and why it was modeled. In M. Otte (ed.), Nature et Culture. ERAUL 68: 669-682.

  36. Baruch, U., & A. N. Goring-Morris 1997. The arboreal vegetation of the central Negev Highlands, Israel, at the end of the Pleistocene: Evidence from archaeological charred wood remains. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 6/4:249-259.

  37. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1997. A Late Natufian campsite at Givat Hayil I, western Negev dunes, Israel. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 27:43-61.

  38. Goring-Morris, A. N. & A. Belfer-Cohen 1997. The articulation of cultural processes and late Quaternary environmental changes in Cisjordan. Paleorient 23/2:71-93.

  39. Gopher, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 1998. Abu Salem: A Pre-Pottery Neolithic B camp in the central Negev highlands. BASOR 312:1-20.

  40. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1998. Mobiliary art from the late Epipalaeolithic of the Negev, Israel. Rock Art Research 15/2:81-88.

  41. Goring-Morris, A. N., U. Baruch, A. Belfer-Cohen & S. A. Rosen 1998. Epipalaeolithic occupations in Nahal Neqarot rockshelter, Negev Israel: Radiocarbon dating and identification of charred wood remains. Geoarchaeology 13/2:219-232.

  42. Goring-Morris, A. N., R. Burns, A. Davidzon, V. Eshed, Y. Goren , I. Hershkovitz, S. Kangas, & J. Kelecevic 1998. The 1997 season of excavations at the mortuary site of Kfar HaHoresh, Galilee, Israel. Neo-Lithics 1998/3:1-4.

  43. Goring-Morris, A. N., O. Marder, A. Davidzon, & F. Ibrahim 1998. Putting Humpty together again: Preliminary observations from refitting studies in the eastern Mediterranean. In S. Milliken (ed.), From Raw Material Procurement to Tool Production. Pp. 149-182. Oxford, BAR International Series 700.

  44. Tsatskin, A., A. N. Goring-Morris and S. Itkis 1998. Anthropogenic soils in Mediterranean maquis around the early Neolithic site at Kfar HaHoresh (Israel). In J. Bech (ed.), 6th International Meeting on Soils With Mediterranean Type of Climate (IMSMTC). Pp. 596-598. Extended abstracts, Barcelona University, Spain.

  45. Goring-Morris, A. N., P. Goldberg , Y. Goren, U. Baruch & D. Bar-Yosef 1999. Saflulim: A Late Natufian base camp in the central Negev highlands, Israel. Palestine Exploration Quarterly 131/1:36-64.

  46. Goring-Morris, A. N. 2000. The quick and the dead: The social context of Aceramic Neolithic mortuary practices as seen from Kfar HaHoresh. In I. Kuijt (ed.), Life in Neolithic Farming Communities: Social Organization, Identity and Differentiation. Pp. 103-136. Kluwer Academic/Plenum, New York.

  47. Goren, Y., A. N. Goring-Morris & I. Segal 2001. Skull modeling in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B: Regional variability, the relationship of technology and iconography and their archaeological implications. Journal of Archaeological Science 28/7:671-690.

  48. Goring-Morris, A. N., E. Boaretto & S. Weiner 2001. Radiometric dating the PPNB mortuary site of Kfar HaHoresh, lower Galilee, Israel: Problems and preliminary results. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 29:213-218.

  49. Goring-Morris, A.N. & A. Belfer-Cohen 2001. The symbolic realms of utilitarian material culture: The weight of lithics. In I. Caneva, et al. (eds.), Beyond Tools. SENEPSE 9: 257-271. Berlin: ex oriente.

  50. Horwitz, L.K., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2001. Fauna from the Early Natufian site of Upper Besor 6 in the central Negev, Israel. Paleorient 26/1: 111-128.

  51. Yamada, S., A. N. Goring-Morris, A. Gopher & J. T. Perron 2001. Analysis of faintly glossed blades from Pre-Pottery Neolithic Nahal Issaron (Israel). In I. Caneva et al. (eds.), Beyond Tools. SENEPSE 9:183-204. Berlin: ex oriente.

  52. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2002. Why microliths? Microlithisation in the Levant. In R. G. Elston & S. L. Kuhn (eds.), Thinking Small: Global Perspectives on Microlithic Technologies. Archeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Number 12:57-68.

  53. Goring-Morris, A. N. & A. Belfer-Cohen 2002. Symbolic behaviour from the Epipalaeolithic and Early Neolithic of the Near East: Preliminary observations on continuity and change. In H.-G. K. Gebel et al. (eds.), Magic Practices and Ritual in the Near Eastern Neolithic. SENEPSE 8:67-79. Berlin: ex oriente.

  54. Kuijt, I., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2002. Foraging, farming and social complexity in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic of the south-central Levant: A review and synthesis. Journal of World Prehistory 16/4:361-440.

  55. Milevski, I., O. Marder & A. N. Goring-Morris 2002. The circulation of asphalt in southern Canaan and Egypt in the Early Bronze Age. In E. C. M. van den Brink & E. Yannai (eds.), In Quest of Ancient Settlements and Landscapes. Pp. 219-236. Ramot Publishing, Tel Aviv.

  56. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2003. Recent developments in Near Eastern Neolithic research. Paleorient 28/2: 143-148.

  57. Davidzon, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2003. Sealed in stone: An example of Early Ahmarian technology and mobility in the light of refitting studies at Nahal Nizzana XIII, Israel. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 33:75-205.

  58. Goring-Morris, A. N. & A. Belfer-Cohen 2003. Structures and dwellings in the Upper and Epi-Palaeolithic (ca 42-10 k BP) Levant: Profane and symbolic uses. In S. A. Vasil'ev et al., (eds.), Perceived Landscapes and Built Environments: the Cultural Geography of Late Paleolithic Eurasia. Pp. 65-81. Oxford, BAR International Series 1122.

  59. Belfer-Cohen, A., A. Davidzon, A. N. Goring-Morris, D. Lieberman & M. Spiers 2004. Nahal Ein Gev I: A late Upper Palaeolithic site by the Sea of Galilee, Israel. Paleorient 30/1:25-46.

  60. Horwitz, L. K., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2004. Animals and ritual during the Levantine PPNB: A case study from the site of Kfar HaHoresh, Israel. Anthropozoologica 39/1:165-178.

  61. Sharon, G., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2004. Tile knives, bifaces, and hammers: A study in technology from the southern Levant. Eurasian Prehistory 2/1:53-76.

  62. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2005. Which way to look? Conceptual frameworks for understanding Neolithic processes. In 'Dialogue on the Early Neolithic Origin of Ritual Centres'. Neo-Lithics 2/05: 22-24.

  63. Goring-Morris, A. N. 2005. Life, death and the emergence of differential status in the Near Eastern Neolithic: Evidence from Kfar HaHoresh, lower Galilee, Israel. In J. Clark (ed.), Archaeological Perspectives on the Transmission and Transformation of Culture in the Eastern Mediterranean. Pp. 89-105. Levant Supplementary Series. CBRL & Oxbow Books, Oxford.

  64. Goring-Morris, A. N., M. Birkenfeld & O. Barzilai 2006. Nahal Lavan 1006: an ephemeral PPNB camp site in the western Negev, Israel. Neo-Lithics 2/06:26-32.

  65. Goring-Morris, A. N., & A. Davidzon 2006. Straight to the point: Upper Palaeolithic Ahmarian Lithic technology in the Levant. Anthropologie 44/1: 93-111.

  66. Goring-Morris, A. N. & A. Belfer-Cohen 2006. A hard look at the 'Levantine Aurignacian:' How real is the taxon? In O. Bar-Yosef & J. Zilhao (eds.), Towards a Definition of the Aurignacian. Pp. 296-315. Trabalhos de Arqueologia 45, Lisboa, American School of Prehistoric Research/Instituto Portugu?s de Arqueologia,

  67. Simmons, T., L. Kolska Horwitz & A. N. Goring-Morris 2006. "What ceremony else?" Taphonomy and the ritual treatment of the dead in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B mortuary complex at Kfar HaHoresh, Israel. In M. Faerman et al. (eds.), Faces from the Past: Diachronic Patterns in the Biology and Health Status of Human Populations from the Eastern Mediterranean. Pp. 1-27. Archaeopress, BAR International Series 1603, Oxford.

  68. Barzilai, O. & A. N. Goring-Morris 2007. PPNB blade caches in the southern Levant. In L. Astruc et al. (eds.), Technical Systems and Near Eastern PPN Communities. Pp. 277-294. ?ditions APDCA, Antibes.

  69. Belfer-Cohen, A. & A. N. Goring-Morris 2007. From the beginning: Levantine Upper Palaeolithic cultural change and continuity. In P. Mellars et al. (eds.), Rethinking the Human Revolution. Pp. 199-206. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge.

  70. Belfer-Cohen, A. & A. N. Goring-Morris 2007. The untold tale of the forgotten levels. In L. Astruc et al. (eds.), Technical Systems and Near Eastern PPN Communities. Pp. 15-24. ?ditions APDCA, Antibes.

  71. Davidzon, A. & A. N. Goring-Morris 2007. Knapping in the graveyard: A refitted naviform sequence from Kfar HaHoresh, Israel. In L. Astruc et al. (eds.), Technical Systems and Near Eastern PPN Communities. Pp. 295-309. ?ditions APDCA, Antibes.

  72. Goring-Morris, A. N. & L. Kolska Horwitz 2007. Funerals and feasts during the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B of the Near East. Antiquity 81:902-919.

  73. Khalaily, H., O. Bar-Yosef, O. Barzilai, E. Boaretto, F. Bocquentin, A. Eirikh-Rose, Z. Greenhut, A. N. Goring-Morris, G. L. Dosseur, O. Marder, L. Sapir-Hen & M. Yizhaq. 2007. Excavations at Motza in the Judean hills and the Early Pre-Pottery Neolithic B in the southern Levant. Paleorient 33/2:5-38.

  74. Marder, O., A. N. Goring-Morris, H. Khalaily, I. Milevsky, R. Rabinovich & V. Zbenovich 2007. Tzur Natan, A Pre-Pottery Neolithic A site in central Israel and observations on regional settlement patterns. Paleorient 33/2:79-100.

  75. Belfer-Cohen, A. & A. N. Goring-Morris 2008. Comments on Ian Kuijt: 'The regeneration of life. Neolithic structures of symbolic remembering and forgetting'. Current Anthropology 49:186-187.

  76. Eshed, V., I. Hershkovitz, & A. N. Goring-Morris. 2008. A re-evaluation of burial customs in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B in light of paleodemographic analysis of the human remains from Kfar HaHoresh, Israel. Paleorient 34/1: 91-103.

  77. Goren, Y. & A. N. Goring-Morris. 2008. Early pyrotechnology in the Near East: Experimental lime plaster production at the PPNB site of Kfar HaHoresh, Israel. Geoarchaeology 23/6:779-798.

  78. Goring-Morris, A. N., H. Ashkenazi, O. Barzilai, M. Birkenfeld, V. Eshed, Y. Goren, L. K. Horwitz, M. Oron, & J. K. Williams. 2008. The 2007-8 excavation seasons at Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Kfar HaHoresh, Israel. Antiquity 82/318. http://www.antiquity.ac.uk:80/ProjGall/goringmorris/index.html.

  79. Goring-Morris, A. N. & A. Belfer-Cohen 2008. A roof over one's head: Developments in Near Eastern residential architecture across the Epipalaeolithic-Neolithic transition. In J.-P. Bocquet-Appel & O. Bar-Yosef (eds.), The Neolithic Demographic Transition and its Consequences. Pp. 239-286. Springer Verlag, Dordtrecht.

  80. Goring-Morris, A. N., M. Birkenfeld, & J. K. Williams. 2008. Under control: The use of 'virtual' sections for stratigraphic management in multi-component archaeological sites. Neo-Lithics 2/08:17-23.

  81. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2009. The shift from the Middle Palaeolithic to the Upper Palaeolithic: Levantine perspectives. In M. Camps & C. Szmidt (eds.), The Mediterranean from 50,000 to 25,000 BP: Turning Points and New Directions. Pp. 87-97. Oxbow, Oxford.

  82. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2009. For the first time. Comments on papers in "Conversation on the Origins of Agriculture." Current Anthropology 50, 5:669-672.

  83. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris. 2009. 'The tyranny of the ethnographic record, revisited.' Comments on A. Testart: "Des cr?nes et des vautours ou la guerre oubli?e" Paleorient 35/1:81-82.

  84. Goring-Morris, A. N. 2009. Two Kebaran occupations near Nahal Soreq, and the reconstruction of group ranges in the Early Epipalaeolithic of the Israeli littoral. Eurasian Prehistory 6/1-2:75-93.

  85. Goring-Morris, A. N., E. Hovers & A. Belfer-Cohen 2009. The dynamics of Pleistocene settlement patterns and human adaptations in the Levant - An overview. In J. J. Shea & D. Lieberman (eds.), Transitions in Prehistory: Papers in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef. Pp. 187-254. ASPR & David Brown/Oxbow, Oakville, CT.

  86. Goring-Morris, A. N., O. Marder & D. Amit 2009. Prehistoric occupations in Me'arat Ha'Sela (upper Nahal Hever). Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 39:1-16.

  87. Barzilai, O., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2010. Bidirectional blade production at the PPNB site of Kfar HaHoresh: The techno-typological analysis of a workshop dump. Paleorient 36/2:5-34.

  88. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris. 2010. The initial Neolithic in the Near East: Why it is so difficult to deal with the PPNA... Mitekufat Haeven - Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 40:149-166.

  89. Goring-Morris, A. N., & A. Belfer-Cohen 2010. Different ways of being, different ways of seeing… Changing worldviews in the Near East. In B. Finlayson & G. Warren (eds.), Landscapes in Transition: Understanding Hunter-Gatherer and Farming Landscapes in the Early Holocene of Europe and the Levant. Pp. 9-22. Levant Supplementary Series & CBRL, London.

  90. Goring-Morris, A. N. & A. Belfer-Cohen 2010. 'Great expectations', or, the inevitable collapse of the Early Neolithic in the Near East. In M.S. Bandy & J. R. Fox (eds.), Becoming Villagers. Comparing Early Village Societies. Pp. 62-77. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

  91. Rosen, S. A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2010. The Deir el-Balah lithics. In T. Dothan & B. Brandl (eds.), Excavations at the Cemetery and the Settlement of Deir el-Balah, Volume II. The Finds. Qedem 50: 273-277. Monographs of the Institute of Archaeology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

  92. Barzilai, O., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2011. Nahal Lavan 1021, A PPNB knapping site in the western Negev dunes. In E. Healey et al. (eds.), The State of the Stone: Terminologies, Continuities and Contexts in Near Eastern Neolithic Lithics. SENEPSE 13:267-276. Berlin, ex oriente.

  93. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2011. Comments on I. Hodder & L. Meskell: A 'curious and sometimes a trifle macabre artistry': Some aspects of symbolism in Neolithic Turkey. Current Anthropology 52/2: 253-254.

  94. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris 2011. Becoming farmers, the inside story. Current Anthropology 52/S4: The Origins of Agriculture: New Data, New Ideas, edited by T. D. Price & O. Bar-Yosef. Pp. S195-S208.

  95. Birkenfeld, M. & A. N. Goring-Morris 2011. A new methodological approach, using GIS applications, to stratigraphy and spatial analysis at PPNB Kfar HaHoresh. In E. Healey et al. (eds.), The State of the Stone: Terminologies, Continuities and Contexts in Near Eastern Neolithic Lithics. SENEPSE 13:277-290. Berlin, ex oriente.

  96. Goring-Morris, A. N., & A. Belfer-Cohen 2011. Neolithisation processes in the Levant: The outer envelope. Current Anthropology 52/S4: The Origins of Agriculture: New Data, New Ideas, edited by T. D. Price & O. Bar-Yosef. Pp. S209-S220.

  97. Goring-Morris, A. N., & A. Belfer-Cohen 2011. Evolving human/animal interactions in the Near Eastern Neolithic: feasting as a case study. In G. Aranda et al. (eds.), Guess Who's Coming to Dinner. Feasting Rituals in the Prehistoric Societies of Europe and Near East. Pp. 64-72. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

  98. Goring-Morris, A. N., & A. Belfer-Cohen (2011). Comments on E. B. Banning: So fair a house: G?bekli Tepe and the identification of temples in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic of the Near East': Some aspects of symbolism in Neolithic Turkey. Current Anthropology 52/5:642-643.

  99. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris. (in press). The Upper Palaeolithic and earlier Epi-Palaeolithic of Western Asia (ca. 50-14.5 k calBP). In A. C. Renfrew & B. G. Bahn (eds.), The Cambridge World Prehistory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  100. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris (in press). Breaking the mould: Phases and facies in the Natufian of the Mediterranean zone. In O. Bar-Yosef & F. R. Valla (eds.), The Natufian Culture in the Levant, II. International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor.

  101. Belfer-Cohen, A., & A. N. Goring-Morris. (in press). Jacques Cauvin: The right man for the season. Paleorient.

  102. Goring-Morris, A. N., & A. Belfer-Cohen (in press). The Neolithic Period in and west of the Rift valley. In M. Steiner & A. E. Killebrew (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant (ca. 8000 - 332 BCE). Oxford University Press, Oxford.

  103. Goring-Morris, A. N., & A. Belfer-Cohen. (in press). Ruminations on the role of periphery and centre for the Natufian. In O. Bar-Yosef & F. R. Valla (eds.), The Natufian Culture in the Levant, II. International Monographs in Prehistory, Ann Arbor.

  104. Barzilai, O. & A. N. Goring-Morris (accepted for publication). An estimator of targeted blank productivity for bi-directional (Naviform) cores in the Levantine PPNB. Journal Archaeological Science.

  105. Biton, R., Goren, Y., & A. N. Goring-Morris (in prep.). 'Ceramics in the Levantine Pre-Pottery Neolithic B: Evidence from Kfar HaHoresh, Israel'.

Contributions to Encyclopedias

  1. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1992. Ramat Matred. In D.N. Freedman (ed.) The Anchor Bible Commentary, Vol. V: 615. Doubleday, New York.

  2. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1993. Negev: The prehistoric periods. In E. Stern (ed.), The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land. Vol. 3:1119-1123. Israel Exploration Society and Simon & Schuster.

  3. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1993. Shunera dunes. In E. Stern (ed.), The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land. Vol. 4:1380-1382. Israel Exploration Society and Simon & Schuster.

  4. Goring-Morris, A. N. 1993. Mount Harif. In E. Stern (ed.), The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land. Vol. 2:577-579. Israel Exploration Society and Simon & Schuster.

  5. Goring-Morris, A. N. 2002. Epipaleolithic. Upper Palaeolithic, Kebaran, Geometric Kebaran. In P. N. Peregrine & M. Ember (eds.), Encyclopedia of Prehistory. Vol. 8: South and Southwest Asia. Pp. 122-126. HRAEF, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

  6. Goring-Morris, A. N. 2002. Natufian, Late Epipaleolithic. In P. N. Peregrine & M. Ember (eds.), Encyclopedia of Prehistory. Vol. 8: South and Southwest Asia. Pp. 306-310. HRAEF, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

  7. Goring-Morris, A.N. 2008. "Kefar Ha-Horesh." In E. Stern (ed.), The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land. Vol. 5: 1907-1909. Israel Exploration Society & Biblical Archaeology Society, Jerusalem & Washington, DC.