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SQUIRES, Kirsty and García-Mancuso, Rocío (2020) Desafíos éticos asociados al estudio y tratamiento de restos humanos en las ciencias antropológicas en el siglo XXI (Ethical challenges associated with the study and treatment of human remains in anthropological sciences in the 21st century). Revista Argentina de Antropología Biológica, 23 (2). ISSN 1514-7991 (In Press)

Carroll, Emily and SQUIRES, Kirsty (2020) The application of quantitative petrography and macroscopic colour change in a comparative analysis of Roman and Anglo-Saxon cremation practices. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. ISSN 1047-482X

Carroll, Emily and SQUIRES, Kirsty (2020) Burning by numbers: A pilot study using quantitative petrography in the analysis of Heat-Induced alteration in burned bone. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. ISSN 1047-482X

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2020) All Work and No Play? The Well-Being of Children Living and Working in Nineteenth-Century Staffordshire, England. Childhood in the Past, 13 (1). pp. 60-77. ISSN 20408528

HOOKWAY, Esme and SQUIRES, Kirsty (2020) A Biocultural Approach to Understanding the Presence of Children from Medieval Hospitals in England: What Can We Learn from Archaeological Investigations? Childhood in the Past, 13 (1). pp. 38-59. ISSN 20408528

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2019) Commentary: Playing Vikings, militarism, hegemonic masculinities, and childhood enculturation in Viking-Age Scandinavia. Current Anthropology, 60 (6). ISSN 0011-3204 ESSN 1537-5382

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) Book Review: Tyttel’s Halh: The Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at Tittleshall, Norfolk, by Penelope Walton Roger. Archaeological Journal, 172 (2). pp. 477-478. ISSN 2373-2288

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) Book Review: Spong Hill IX: Chronology and Synthesis, by Catherine Hills and Sam Lucy. Archaeological Review, 172 (2). p. 479. ISSN 2373-2288

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2014) Populating the Pots: The Demography of the Early Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries at Elsham and Cleatham, North Lincolnshire. Archaeological Journal, 169. pp. 312-342. ISSN 0066-5983

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2013) Piecing Together Identity: A Social Investigation of Early Anglo-Saxon Cremation Practices. Archaeological Journal, 170. pp. 154-200.

SQUIRES, Kirsty, Thompson, Tim, Islam, Meez and Chamberlain, Andrew (2011) The application of histomorphometry and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy to the analysis of early Anglo-Saxon burned bone. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38 (9). pp. 2399-2409.

Book Chapter, Section or Conference Proceeding

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2018) Without a Trace? Treatment of Children in Life and Death in the Anglo-Saxon Period (5th – 11th century). In: Literary Cultures and Medieval/ Early Modern Childhoods. Palgrave, Basingstoke. (In Press)

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2017) Come rain or shine? The social implications of seasonality and weather on the cremation rite in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: Cremation and the Archaeology of Death. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 250-265. ISBN 9780198798118

Thompson, Tim, Goncalves, David, SQUIRES, Kirsty and Ulguim, Prescilla (2017) Thermal alteration to the body. In: Taphonomy of human remains: forensic analysis of the dead and the depositional environment. Wiley, Chichester, pp. 318-334. ISBN 978-1-118-95332-7

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2016) Neighbours and networks: funerary trends among cremation practicing groups in early medieval England and north-western Europe. In: The Evidence of material culture :Studies in honour of Professor Vera Evison. Monique Mergoil, Montagnac, pp. 116-135. ISBN 978-2-35518-060-6

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) The use of microscopic techniques in cremation studies: A new approach to understanding the social identity of cremation practicing groups from early Anglo-Saxon England. In: The archaeology of cremation: burned human remains in funerary studies. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 151-172. ISBN 9781782978480

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2014) Through the flames of the pyre: the continuing search for Anglo-Saxon infants and children. In: Medieval Childhood: archaeological approaches. Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp. 114-130. ISBN 9781782976981

Monograph or Report

Catling, Grace, SQUIRES, Kirsty and GWINNETT, Claire (2016) Is Pork a Suitable Substitute for Human Flesh in Cadaver Dog Training? Discussion Paper. CSEye.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2014) The cremated bone from Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire. Technical Report. University of Sheffield. (Unpublished)

Conference or Workshop Item

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2019) It’s all in the detail: How histomorphometry can inform our understanding of identity and funerary rites in the past. In: 1st CRUMBEL Workshop, 16th-19th October 2019, Royal Institute of Cultural Heritage, Brussels, Belgium. (Unpublished)

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2019) All in a Day’s Work: The Health and Welfare of Children Living in 19th Century Staffordshire, UK. In: Society for American Archaeology 84th Annual Meeting, Albuquerque USA. (Unpublished)

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2018) We don’t need no education: the value of education in 19th century Stoke-on-Trent, UK. In: Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past 11th International Conference, 20th-22nd September 2018, Natural History Museum, Vienna, Austria.

SQUIRES, Kirsty, Errickson, David and Marquez-Grant, Nick (2018) Ethically Speaking about Ethics. In: BABAO 20th Annual conference, 14th-16th September 2018, Cranfield University, UK. (Unpublished)

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2017) Children of the revolution: An exploration of children working in the pottery industry in 19th century Stoke-on-Trent, UK. In: Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past 10th International Conference, 6-10 November 2017, Mexico City, Mexico.

HOOKWAY, Esme, SQUIRES, Kirsty and CASSELLA, John (2017) Understanding the Presence of Children in Late Medieval Hospitals, A.D. 1050-1600. In: 19th Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology, 8th - 10th September 2017, Liverpool John Moores University.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2017) Time to take a rain check? The social and practical implications of weather and seasonality on the cremation rite in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: Society for American Archaeology 82nd Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, March 2017, Vancouver, Canada.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2017) The study of cremation in the past: what is it good for? In: Guest lecture (via Skype), February 2017, University of Victoria, British Columbia (Canada). (Submitted)

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2016) Preparing for battle?: An examination of juvenile weapon burials from early Anglo-Saxon England. In: World Archaeology Congress 8th Annual Meeting, August 2016, University of Kyoto, Kyoto (Japan).

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2016) Changing with the times: An exploration of shifting attitudes and funerary treatment of children from the Roman to early medieval period in Britain. In: Society for American Archaeology 81st Annual Meeting, April 2016, Orlando, Florida (USA).

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) A time honoured tradition? The effect of social and political change on funerary rites in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: Society for Medieval Archaeology Annual Conference,, December 2015, University of Central Lancashire.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) The bare bones: The application of scientific methods to environmental evidence – a case study. In: Guest lecture, September 2015, Northern Kentucky University, Kentucky (USA).

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) Putting family first: commemorating children in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past 8th Annual International Conference, September 2015, De Paul University, Chicago, Illinois (USA).

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) He who has the biggest pyre? Male identity in early Anglo-Saxon England. In: Manhood in Anglo-Saxon England Conference, April 2015, University of Manchester.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2012) A fiery subject: Can cremated bone provide an insight into the social identity of cremation practicing groups of Anglo-Saxon England? In: 34th Annual Conference of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, December 2012, University of Liverpool.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2012) A biocultural approach to identity in the early Anglo-Saxon inhumation and cremation rite. In: Early Medieval Archaeology Student Symposium, May 2012, University College London.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2011) An analysis of the construction of gender and the life cycle in the cremation cemeteries at Elsham and Cleatham, Lincolnshire. In: Postgraduate Research Workshop, January 2011, University of Sheffield.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2009) The effect of cremation on human bone from an early Anglo-Saxon context. In: British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology, September 2009, University of Bradford.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2009) The effect of cremation on human bone from an early Anglo-Saxon context. In: Ancient Cremations Workshop, October 2009, Cardiff University.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2009) The potential of cremation cemeteries in early Anglo-Saxon archaeology with special reference to the Elsham and Cleatham cemeteries’. In: Early Medieval Archaeology Student Symposium, May 2009, University of Sheffield.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2008) A bio-cultural analysis of the osteological remains and funerary practices from the Elsham cremation cemetery’. In: Biocultural Approaches to Early Medieval Burial Workshop, December 2008, University of Sheffield.

Book / Proceeding

SQUIRES, Kirsty, Errickson, David and Marquez-Grant, Nicholas (2020) Ethical Approaches to Human Remains: A Global Challenge in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology. Springer, Bern. ISBN 978-3-030-32925-9 (In Press)

Thesis

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2011) An osteological analysis and social investigation of the cremation rite at the cemeteries of Elsham and Cleatham, North Lincolnshire. Doctoral thesis, University of Sheffield.

Dataset

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2015) An Osteological Analysis and Social Investigation of the Cremation Rite at the Cemeteries of Elsham and Cleatham, North Lincolnshire: PhD Thesis dataset. [Dataset]

Other

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2020) Blog: International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances: How Can Forensics Assist in the Location and Identification of Victims of Enforced Disappearances? LPF, Staffordshire University.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2020) The Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past team up with the Young Archaeologists’ Club and English Heritage to deliver juvenile osteology training sessions. SSCIP, SSCIP website.

SQUIRES, Kirsty and HOOKWAY, Esme (2019) SSCIP sponsored session at the 84th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. SSCIP.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2018) A summary of the 11th annual conference of the Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past at the Museum of Natural History in Vienna. SSCIP, SSCIP website.

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2018) Book Review: Children, Death and Burial: Archaeological Discourses. Taylor and Francis, Childhood in the Past: An International Journal. (Submitted)

SQUIRES, Kirsty (2017) Blog: Want to know more about the study of childhood in the past? Follow SSCICP’s outreach activities. Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past.

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