Healey, E. (2001) “The role of obsidian at the Halaf site of Domuztepe, S.E. Anatolia”, in I. Caneva, C. Lemorini, D. Zampetti and P. Biag (ed.) Beyond Tools. Redefining the PPN Lithic Assemblages of the Levant. Proceedings of the Third Workshop on PPN Chipped Lithic Industries (Ca’Foscari University of Venice, Nov. 1998). Berlin. Ex oriente: 389-398.
Healey, E. and S. Campbell (2009) “The Challenge of Characterising Large Assemblages of Exotic Materials: a case study of the obsidian from Domuztepe, SE Turkey“, Internet Archaeology 26.
Maeda, O. (2010). Recent Studies on the Use of Obsidian in the Neolithic Near East. Journal of West Asian Archaeology, 11, 67–79.
Maeda, O. (2011). The social roles of the use of flint and obsidian artefacts at Salaat Cami Yani in the upper Tigris valley. In E. Healey, S. Campbell, & O. Maeda (Eds.), The State of the Stone: Terminologies, COntinuities and Contexts in Near Eastern Lithic Studies (pp. 317–326). ex oriente.
Healey, E. (2011), Why do people use exotic raw materials? The case of obsidian in the Near East during the Halaf Period, in Saville, A. (ed.), Flint and Stone in the Neolithic Period. Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 11, Oxbow Books, Oxford, 2011, 196- 233.
Campbell, S. and E. Healey (2013) “The obsidian at Arpachiyah, Iraq; an integrated study”, in F. Borrell, J. J. Ibáñez and M. Molist (ed.) Stone Tools in Transition: From Hunter-Gatherers to Farming Societies in the Near East. Barcelona. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: 529-542.
Campbell, S., & Healey, E. (2013). The obsidian at Arpachiyah, Iraq; an integrated study. In F. Borrell, J. J. Ibáñez, & M. Molist (Eds.), Stone Tools in Transition: From Hunter-Gatherers to Farming Societies in the Near East (pp. 529–542). Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Healey, E. (2013), Exotic, aesthetic and powerful? The non-tool use of obsidian in the late Neolithic of the Near East, in Interpreting the Late Neolithic of Upper Mesopotamia, edited by O.P. Nieuwenhuyse, R. Bernbeck, P.M.M.G. Akkermans and J. Rogasch. Palma 09. Brepols, 2013, *-*.
Healey, E. 2014, Interpreting Obsidian use in the Near East: A personal perspective. International Association for Obsidian Studies Bulletin Summer 2014.
Healey, E. and S. Campbell (2014) “Producing adornment: Evidence of different levels of expertise in the production of obsidian items of adornment at two late Neolithic communities in northern Mesopotamia“, Journal of Lithic Studies 1(2).
Frahm, E., Campbell, S., & Healey, E. (2016). Caucasus connections? New data and interpretations for Armenian obsidian in Northern Mesopotamia. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 9, 543–564. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2016.08.023
Campbell, S., & Healey, E. (2016). Multiple sources: The pXRF analysis of obsidian from Kenan Tepe, S.E. Turkey. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 10, 377–389. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2016.10.014
Campbell, S., & Healey, E. (2017) The sources of some obsidian beads found at Kish, southern Iraq, in The Exploitation of Raw Materials in Prehistory: Sourcing, Processing and Distribution, edited by T. Pereira, X., and N. Bicho, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, 538-548.
Campbell, S., & Healey, E. (2018). Diversity in obsidian use in the prehistoric and early historic Middle East. Quaternary International, 486(Part A), 141–154. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2017.09.023
Nishiaki, Y., Maeda, O., Kannari, T., Nagai, M., Healey, E., Guliyev, F., & Campbell, S. (2019). Obsidian provenance analyses at Göytepe, Azerbaijan: Implications for understanding Neolithic socioeconomies in the southern Caucasus. Archaeometry, 61(4), 765-782. https://doi.org/10.1111/arcm.12457
Campbell, S., & Healey, E. (2019) The Obsidian from Umm Dabaghiyah, a Proto-Hassuna site in Northern Mesopotamia, in Near Eastern Lithic Technologies on the Move: Interactions and Contexts in Neolithic Traditions, edited by L. Astruc, C. McCartney, F. Briois and V. Kassianidou, Astrom Editions, 401-413.
Conference presentations and posters
S. Campbell & E. Healey “Large scale provenance analysis of obsidian from two sites in northern Mesopotamia”. Poster. International Obsidian Conference, Lipari, 1-3 June 2016.
S. Campbell & E. Healey “Long-term continuities and discontinuities in obsidian use: a view from Iraq”. 8th Conference on PPN Chipped and Ground Stone Industries of the Near East, Nicosia, November 23- 27 2016.
E. Healey, S. Campbell & O. Maeda, “Provenancing obsidian: a perspective from the Near East: Majority and minority sources”. 11th International Symposium on Knappable Materials, “From toolstone to stone tools” Buenos Aires, 7-12 November 2017.
G. Coşkunsu, M. R. Iovino & E. Healey, “Purpose Unknown: A Study of Reflective Mirror-like Objects of Obsidian Found in Anatolia and the Near East”, 18th UISPP (The International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences/Union Internationale des Sciences Préhistoriques et Protohistoriques), Paris, 4-9 June 2018.
O. Maeda, S. Campbell & E. Healey “Obsidian in the Levant: New provenance studies”. European Association of Archaeologists, Barcelona, 5-8 September 2018.
M. Karakoç, S. Campbell & E. Healey “The Obsidian assemblage from Sofular Höyük, an Early Neolithic Site in Central Anatolia” BANEA Liverpool, 22-24 February 2019.
S. Campbell, Y.V. Kuzmin, E. Healey, & M.D. Glascock “Reflection of the magus: The provenance of an obsidian mirror associated with the sixteenth century polymath, John Dee”. International Obsidian Conference, Budapest, 27-29 May 2019.
E. Healey, S. Campbell & O. MAEDA “Big Data! Obsidian in the Levant”. 9th International Conference of the Pre-Pottery Neolithic Chipped and Ground Stone Industries of the Near East (PPN9), Tokyo 12-16 November 2019.
E. Healey & S. Campbell “Innovation, adaptation or development? The non-tool use of obsidian in the PPN”. Poster. 9th International Conference of the Pre-Pottery Neolithic Chipped and Ground Stone Industries of the Near East (PPN9), Tokyo 12-16 November 2019.
S. Campbell, E. Healey & O. Maeda “Obsidian in the Near East: new studies and future directions”, BANEA Oxford, 9-11 January 2020.