Professor Oliver Creighton
with NJ Christie, Transforming Townscapes. From Burh to Borough: The Archaeology of Wallingford, AD 800-1400, 2013.
Early European Castles: Aristocracy and Authority, AD800-1200, Duckworth/Bloomsbury, 2012.
Designs upon the Land: Elite Landscapes of the Middle Ages, Woodbridge, Boydell and Brewer, 2009.
with RA Higham, Medieval Town Walls: An Archaeology and Social History of Urban Defence, Tempus, 2005.
Castles and Landscapes: Power, Community and Fortification in Medieval England, Equinox, 2005.
with RA Higham, Medieval Castles., Princes Risborough, 2002.
Castles and Landscapes., London & NY, Continuum Books, 2002.
with N Christie, M Edgeworth, Charting early medieval and medieval urban expansion and contraction at Wallingford, Medieval Archaeology, no. 53, 2009, 355-363
with N Christie, M Edgeworth, H Hamerow, Burh to Borough: Exploring the Saxon and Medieval Townscapes of Wallingford, British Archaeology, 2009, 36-41
Castle studies and the European medieval landscape: traditions, trends and future research directions, Landscape History, vol. 30.2, no. 2009, 2009, 5-20
with R Liddiard, Fighting yesterday’s battle: beyond war or status in castle studies, Medieval Archaeology, vol. 52, 2008, 161-169
Castle studies and archaeology in England: towards a research framework for the future, Château Gaillard, Etudes de Castellologie Medievale, vol. 23, CRAHM: University of Caen, 2008, 79-90
Contested townscapes: the walled city as world heritage, World Archaeology, vol. 39, no. 3, 2007, 339-354
Contested identities: the dissonant heritage of European town walls and walled towns, International Journal of Heritage Studies, vol. 12, no. 3, 2006, 234-254
Conwy: Living History., BBC History Magazine, 2005, 82-83
Taking Stock: the Past and Future of Medieval Archaeology., Cambridge Archaeological Journal, vol. 15, no. 1, 2005, 117-120
with NJ Christie, D O Sullivan, The Wallingford burh to borough research project: 2003 interim report., South Midlands Archaeology, vol. 34, 2004, 94-102
Castle studies and the ‘landscape’ agenda., Landscape History, vol. 26, 2004, 1-18
with NJ Christie, D O Sullivan, The Wallingford burh to borough research project: 2003 fieldwork., Medieval Settlement Research Group Annual Report, vol. 18, 2003, 9-13
with NJ Christie, D O Sullivan, Wallingford burh to borough research project: first interim report., South Midlands Archaeology, vol. 33, 2003, 105-113
Medieval settlements and settlement study in the South West., Medieval Settlement Research Group Annual Report, vol. 18, 2003, 5-6
Castles, lordship and settlement in Norman England and Wales., History Today, vol. 53, no. 4, 2003, 12-19
with NJ Christie, D O Sullivan, The Wallingford burh to borough research project., Medieval Settlement Research Group Annual Report, vol. 17, 2002, 43-46
with N Christie, M Edgeworth, M Fradley, 'Have you found anything interesting?’ Exploring early medieval and medieval urbanism at Wallingford: sources, routes and questions, Oxoniensia
Castle studies and archaeology in England: towards a research framework for the future, Chateau Gaillard, vol. 23, no. 2008, 79-90
Room with a view: framing castle landscapes, Chateau Gaillard, vol. 24, no. 2010, 37-49
with R Liddiard, Fighting yesterday’s battle: beyond war or status in castle studies, Medieval Archaeology, vol. 52, no. 2008, 161-169
Town defences and the making of urban landscapes, in Rippon SJ, Gardiner M (eds) The Making of the British Landscape: Medieval, , 2007
with G Barker, D Mattingly, Recording and classifying the archaeological record, in Barker G, Gilbertson D, Mattingly D (eds) Archaeology and Desertification: the degradation and well-being of the Wadi Faynan Landscape, Southern Jordan, Council for British Research in the Levant, 2007, 97-140
Putting fortification in its place: castles and the medieval landscape of the south west., in Turner S (eds) Unravelling an Ancient Countryside: The Landscape of the South West, , 2006
Castles of Communities: Medieval Town Defences in England, Wales & Gascony, in A-M , Héricher (eds) Château Gaillard, Etudes de Castellologie Medievale XXI, Caen, CRAHM, Caen: , 2006, 75-86
Castles and castle-building in town and country, in Dyer C, Giles K (eds) Medieval Town and Country 1100-1500, , 2005, 275-292
with JR Segui, Comparative study: the ethnoarchaeology of corral abandonment in the Famorca district, in Christie NEA (eds) Ethnography and Archaeology in Upland Mediterranean Spain. Manolo's World: peopling the recent past in the Serra de l'Almirant, Leicester Archaeology Monograph, 2005, 69-73
'The Rich Man in His Castle, the Poor Man at His Gate’: Castle Baileys and Medieval Settlements in England., in A-M , Héricher (eds) Château Gaillard, Etudes de Castellologie Medievale XXI, Caen, CRAHM, , 2004, 25-36
Urban defenses, in Rogers CJ (eds) Medieval Warfare and Military Technology: An Encyclopedia, Oxford University Press
with T Barry, Seigneurial and elite sites in the medieval landscape, in Stamper P, Gardiner M, Christie N (eds) Rural Medieval Britain and Ireland, AD 800-1600: Settlements, Landscapes and Regions, Oxbow