Part 1: Networks in practice
- S. Sherratt, “E pur si muove: Pots, Markets, and Values in the second millennium Mediterranean, in J. P. Crielaard, V. Stissi, and G. Jan van Wijngaarden, eds. The Complex Past of Pottery. Production, Circulation and Consumption of Mycenaean and Greek Pottery (Amsterdam: J. C. Gieben, 1999). Pp. 163-210.
- O. P. Doonan and A. A. Bauer, “Buying a Table in Erfelek: Socialities of Contact and Community in the Black Sea Region,” in A. A. Bauer and A. S. Agabe-Davies, eds. Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange. Walnut Creek CA: Left Coast Press, 2010. Pp. 183-206.
Part 2: Networks, from practice to theory
- T. Lewit, “Dynamics of fine ware production and trade: the puzzle of supra-regional exporters,” Journal of Roman Archaeology 24 (2011), pp. 313-332.
- T. Brughmans, “Connecting the Dots: Towards Archaeological Network Analysis,” Oxford Journal of Archaeology 29 (2010), pp. 277-303.