Dr. David V. Burley - Publications 2002-2012
||(Burley, D. V., MTh. Weisler and X-J Xian)
High Precision U/ Dating of First Polynesian Settlement. PLoS ONE (acceptance 09/12)
|in press||(Burley, D. V. and J. Balenaivalu)
Kadavu archaeology: First insights from a preliminary survey. Domodomo (final acceptance 07/11)
|in press||(Burley, D.V. and D. Addison)
Tonga and Samoa in Oceanic prehistory: Contemporary debates and personal perspectives. In E. Cochrane and T. Hunt (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Oceanic Archaeology (accepted 09/12)
|in press||Jim Specht, cautionary comments and the Lapita settlement of South Coast, Papua New Guinea. Australian Archaeology (accepted 08/12)|
|2012||Exploration as a strategic process in the Lapita settlement of Fiji: The implications of Vorovoro Island, Journal of Pacific Archaeology 3(1): 22-34.|
|2012||Response to J. Davidson, “Intrusion, integration and innovation on small and not-so-small islands with particular reference to Samoa”, Archaeology in Oceania 47(1): 10-11.|
|2012||Review of “How Chiefs Became Kings – Divine Kingship and the Rise of Archaic States in Ancient Hawaii.” (P.V. Kirch). Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 7(1): 153-155.|
|2011||(Burley, D.V., P. Sheppard, and M. Simonin)
Tongan and Samoan volcanic glass: pXRF analysis and implications for constructs of ancestral Polynesian society. Journal of Archaeological Science 38: 2625-2632.
|2011||(Burley, D.V., K. Taché, M. Purser and J. Naucabalavu)
An archaeology of salt production in Fiji. Antiquity 85:187–200.
|2011||Comment upon P. Sheppard, Lapita colonization across the near/remote Oceania boundary. Current Anthropology 52(6): 820-821.|
|2010||(Burley, D.V., and J. Connaughton)
Completing the story: A late dentate stamped Lapita pot from Sigatoka, Fiji. Archaeology in Oceania 45: 130-132
|2010||(Burley, D.V., A. Barton, W. R. Dickinson, S. P. Connaughton and K. Taché)
Nukuleka as a founder colony for west Polynesian settlement: New insights from recent excavations. Journal of Pacific Archaeology 1(2): 128-144.
|2010||(Burley, D.V., and W. R. Dickinson)
Among Polynesia’s first pots. Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 1020-1026.
|2010||(Connaughton, S., K. Taché and D. V. Burley)
Taupita: A 3000 year old shell game in the Kingdom of Tonga. Journal of Social Archaeology 10(1): 118-137.
|2010||Review of “The Early Prehistory of Fiji”, G. Clark and A. Anderson (eds.), Archaeology in Oceania 45: 111.|
|2009||(Egan, S. and D. V. Burley)
Triangular men on a very long journey: The context and implications of a Hawaiian-style petroglyph site in the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga. Journal of the Polynesian Society 118(3): 209-232.
|2008||(Clark, G., D.V. Burley and T. Murray)
Monumentality and the development of the Tongan Maritime Chiefdom. Antiquity 82: 994-1008.
|2007||Archaeological demography and population growth in the Kingdom of Tonga - 950 BC to the historic era. In P. V. Kirch and J. Rallu (eds.), The Growth and Collapse of Pacific Island Societies: Archaeological and Demographic Perspectives, pp. 177-202, University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.|
|2007||Tonga’s Lapita beginning and its role in Polynesian origins. In E. Wood-Ellem (ed.), Tonga and the Tongans - Heritage and Identity, pp. 5-23, Tonga Research Association, Melbourne.|
|2007||In search of Lapita and Polynesian Plainware settlements in Vava’u, Kingdom of Tonga. In S. Bedford, C. Sand and S. Connaughton (eds.), Oceanic Explorations: Lapita and Western Pacific Settlement, Terra Australis 26: 187-198, Australian National University, Canberra.|
|2007||(Burley, D. V. and R. Shutler Jr)
Ancestral Polynesian fishing gear: Archaeological insights from Tonga. In A. Anderson, K. Green and F. Leach (eds), Vastly Ingenious: The Archaeology of Pacific Material Culture, pp. 155-172, Otago University Press, Dunedin.
|2007||(Burley, D. V. and S. P. Connaughton)
First Lapita settlement and its chronology in Vava’u, Kingdom of Tonga. Radiocarbon 49(1): 131-137.
|2007||(Dickinson, W. R. and D. V. Burley)
Geoarchaeology of Tonga: Geotectonic and geomorphic controls. Geoarchaeology 22(2): 231-261.
|2007||(Storey A., J. Ramiriz, D. Quiroz, D. V. Burley, D. Addison, R. Walter, A. Anderson, T. Hunt, S. Athens, L. Huynen and E. Matisoo-Smith)
Radiocarbon and DNA evidence for a pre-Columbian introduction of Polynesian chickens to Chile. PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), 104(25): 10335-10339.
|2007||Review of “Archaeology of Oceania”, I. Lilley (ed.)., American Anthropologist 109(3): 566-567.|
|2006||(Anderson, A., R. Roberts, W. Dickinson, G. Clark, D. V. Burley, A. de Biran, G. Hope and P. Nunn)
Times of Sand: Sedimentary History and Archaeology at the Sigatoka Dunes, Fiji. Geoarchaeology 21(2): 131-154.
|2005||Mid-sequence archaeology at the Sigatoka Sand Dunes with interpretive implications for Fijian and Oceanic culture history. Asian Perspectives 44(2) 320-348.|
|2005||Sacred child and sacred place: On the intersection of myth, narrative, genealogy and landscape for the study of dynastic Tongan history. In I. C. Campbell (ed.), Polynesian Paradox, Essays in Honour of I. Futa Helu, pp. 75-99, Institute of Pacific Studies, USP, Suva.|
|2005||Response to Best. Archaeology in New Zealand 48(1): 77-78.|
|2004||(Burley, D. V. and W. R. Dickinson)
Late Lapita occupation and its ceramic assemblage at the Sigatoka Sand Dune site, Fiji, and their place in Oceanic prehistory. Archaeology in Oceania 39: 12-25.
|2004||(Burley, D. V., D. W. Steadman and A. Anderson)
The volcanic outlier of 'Ata in Tongan prehistory: Reconsideration of its role and settlement chronology. Journal of New Zealand Archaeology 25: 89-106.
|2003||Toward the historical archaeology of Levuka, a South Pacific port of call. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 7(4): 243-265.|
|2003||Dynamic landscapes and episodic occupations: Archaeological interpretation and implications in the prehistory of the Sigatoka Sand Dunes. In C. Sand (ed.), Pacific Archaeology: Assessments and Prospects, Le Cahiers de l'Archeologie en Nouvelle Caledonie 15, Noumea, pp. 327-335.|
|2003||(Burley, D. V. and J. Clark)
The archaeology of Fiji/Western Polynesia in the Post-Lapita era. In C. Sand (ed.), Pacific Archaeology: Assessments and Prospects, Le Cahiers de l'Archeologie en Nouvelle Caledonie 15, Noumea, pp.221-235.
|2003||Review of Lapita and its Transformations in the Mussau Islands, Papua New Guinea, by P. V. Kirch, Asian Perspectives, 42(1): 178-181.|
|2002||(Steadman, D. W., G. Pregill and D. V. Burley)
Rapid prehistoric extinction of iguanas and birds in Polynesia. PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), 99(6): 3673-3677.
|2002||(Steadman, D. W., A. Plourde and D. V. Burley)
Prehistoric butchery and consumption of birds in the Kingdom of Tonga, South Pacific. Journal of Archaeological Science 29: 571-584.
|2002||(S. Bedford, C. Sand and D. V. Burley editors)
Fifty Years in the Field: Essays in Honour and Celebration of Richard Shutler Jr's Archaeological Career, New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 25, Auckland.
|2002||(Burley, D. V. and M. Will)
Special Brew: Industrial Archaeology and History of the Klondike Brewery. Occasional Papers in Archaeology 11, Hude Hudan Series, Government of the Yukon, Whitehorse.
|2002||(Burley, D. V., A. Storey and J. Witt)
On the definition and implications of eastern Lapita ceramics in Tonga. In S. Bedford, C. Sand and D. V. Burley (eds.),Fifty Years in the Field: Essays in Honour and Celebration of Richard Shutler Jr's Archaeological Career, New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 25, pp. 213-226
|2002||(Burley, D. V., S. Bedford and C. Sand)
Richard Shutler Jr.: A man and career to be honoured. . In S. Bedford, C. Sand and D. V. Burley (eds.), Fifty Years in the Field: Essays in Honour and Celebration of Richard Shutler Jr's Archaeological Career, New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 25, pp. 7-10.