|Shell artefact production at 32,000–28,000 BP in Island Southeast Asia: thinking across media?|
K Szabó, A Brumm, P Bellwood
Current Anthropology 48 (5), 701-723, 2007
|The Liang Bua faunal remains: a 95 k. yr. sequence from Flores, East Indonesia|
GD Van Den Bergh, HJM Meijer, RD Awe, MJ Morwood, K Szabo, ...
Journal of human evolution 57 (5), 527-537, 2009
|People of the ancient rainforest: Late Pleistocene foragers at the Batadomba-lena rockshelter, Sri Lanka|
N Perera, N Kourampas, IA Simpson, SU Deraniyagala, D Bulbeck, ...
Journal of human evolution 61 (3), 254-269, 2011
|Molluscs in a world of islands: The use of shellfish as a food resource in the tropical island Asia-Pacific region|
K Szabó, JR Amesbury
Quaternary International 239 (1-2), 8-18, 2011
|Early and middle Holocene hunter-gatherer occupations in Western Amazonia: the hidden shell middens|
U Lombardo, K Szabo, JM Capriles, JH May, W Amelung, R Hutterer, ...
Plos one 8 (8), e72746, 2013
|Technique and practice: shell-working in the Western Pacific and Island Southeast Asia|
The Australian National University, 2004
|Shell artefacts and shell-working within the Lapita Cultural Complex|
|Shell as a raw material: mechanical properties and working techniques in the tropical Indo-West Pacific|
Archaeofauna 17, 125-138, 2008
|Migration and complexity in holocene Island Southeast Asia|
K Szabó, S O'Connor
World Archaeology 36 (4), 621-628, 2004
|Inland shell midden site-formation: Investigation into a late Pleistocene to early Holocene midden from Trŕng An, Northern Vietnam|
R Rabett, J Appleby, A Blyth, L Farr, A Gallou, T Griffiths, J Hawkes, ...
Quaternary International 239 (1-2), 153-169, 2011
|Foraging-farming transitions at the Niah Caves, Sarawak, Borneo|
G Barker, L Lloyd-Smith, H Barton, F Cole, C Hunt, PJ Piper, R Rabett, ...
Antiquity 85 (328), 492-509, 2011
|Molluscan remains from Fiji|
The early prehistory of Fiji, 183-211, 2009
|Preliminary results from excavations in the eastern mouth of Ille Cave, northern Palawan|
K Szabo, MC Swete-Kelly, A Penalosa
Southeast Asian Archaeology, 2004
|Liang Lemdubu, a Pleistocene cave site in the Aru Islands|
S O’Connor, K Aplin, K Szabó, J Pasveer, P Veth, M Spriggs
The Archaeology of the Aru Islands, Eastern Indonesia, 171-204, 2005
|Worked shell artefacts-new data from Early Lapita|
K Szabo, G Summerhayes
Fifty Years in the Field: Essays in Honour of Richard Shutler Jr's …, 2002
|Limpet shells as unmodified tools in Pleistocene Southeast Asia: an experimental approach to assessing fracture and modification|
K Szabo, B Koppel
Journal of Archaeological Science 54, 64-76, 2015
|Sailing between worlds: The symbolism of death in northwest Borneo|
K Szabó, PJ Piper, G Barker
Islands of Inquiry Colonisation, Seafaring and the Archaeology of Maritime …, 2008
|Engraved prehistoric Conus shell valuables from southeastern Papua New Guinea: their antiquity, motifs and distribution|
W Ambrose, F Petchey, P Swadling, H Beran, E Bonshek, K Szabo, ...
Archaeology in Oceania 47 (3), 113-132, 2012
|The first modern humans at Niah, c. 50,000-35,000 years ago|
T Reynolds, G Barker, H Barton, G Cranbrook, L Farr, C Hunt, L Kealhofer, ...
Rainforest foraging and farming in Island Southeast Asia, 135-172, 2013
|Terrestrial hermit crabs (Anomura: Coenobitidae) as taphonomic agents in circum-tropical coastal sites|
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (4), 931-941, 2012