If you’d like to read my work, I’d be delighted. Here are more formal things I’ve written:

Shipley, L. 2017. Lost Civilisations: The Etruscans. London: Reaktion Press.

Shipley, L. 2016a. Stories in Clay: mythological characters on ceramics from Archaic Etruria. Etruscan Studies 19: 225-255.

Shipley, L. 2016b. Potting personhood: biconical urns and the development of individual funerary identity. In E. Perego and R. Scopacasa (eds.) Burial and Social Change in First Millennium BC Italy: approaching social agents. Oxford: Oxbow, 55-76.

Shipley, L. 2015a. Experiencing Pots: Ceramics, bodies and images in Archaic Etruria. Oxford: Archaeopress Archaeology.

Shipley, L. 2015b. Leaping to Conclusions: Archaeology, gender and digital news media. Antiquity 89: 472-77.

Shipley, L. 2015c. Review: Archaeology and the Senses: Human Experience, Memory, and Affect by Yannis Hamilakis. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 30: 157-159.

Perry, S., L. Shipley, and J. Osborne. 2015. Digital Media, Power and (In)Equality in Archaeology and Heritage. Internet Archaeology 38

Shipley, L. 2014a. Review: Veii, the Historical Topography of the Ancient City: A Restudy of John Ward-Perkins’s Survey. American Journal of Archaeology 118.2

Shipley, L. 2014b. Poggio Civitate: Exploring Etruscan enigmas on the Plain of Treasures. Current World Archaeology 67: 26-31.

Shipley, L. 2014c. Etruscans Online. In D. Rocks-McQueen and C. Webster (eds.) Blogging Archaeology. E-book: DigTech Publications, 197-213.

Shipley, L. 2013a. Guelphs, Ghibellines and Etruscans: archaeological discoveries and civic identity in late Medieval and early Renaissance Tuscany. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology 23 (online).

Shipley, L. 2013b. Moving through memories: site distribution, performance and practice in Etruria. In A. Chadwick and C. Gibson (eds.) Memories Can’t Wait: Memory, Myth, Materiality and Long-Term Landscape Inhabitation. Oxford: Oxbow, 240-258.

Shipley, L. 2013c. Review: Mundane Objects, Materiality and Non-verbal Communication by Pierre Lemonnier. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 28: 221-225.

Kamash, Z., L. Shipley, Y. Galanakis and S. Skaltsa. 2012. Iron Age and Roman Italy. In D. Hicks and A.Stevenson (eds.) World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum. Oxford: Archaeopress, 336-358.