Publications by: Nigel Chang

Also publishes as (N.J. Chang, N. Chang, Nigel J Chang)

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Kanthilatha, Nelum, Boyd, William, Parr, Jeffrey, and Chang, Nigel (2017) Implications of phytolith and diatom assemblages in the cultural layers of prehistoric archaeological sites of Ban Non Wat and Nong Hua Raet in Northeast Thailand. Environmental Archaeology. (In Press)

Domett, Kate, Evans, Caitlin, Chang, Nigel, Tayles, Nancy, and Newton, Jennifer (2017) Interpreting osteoarthritis in bioarchaeology: highlighting the importance of a clinical approach through case studies from prehistoric Thailand. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 11. pp. 762-773.

Kanthilatha, Nelum, Boyd, William, and Chang, Nigel (2017) Multi-element characterization of archaeological floors at the prehistoric archaeological sites at Ban Non Wat and Nong Hua Raet in Northeast Thailand. Quaternary International, 432. pp. 66-78.

Halliwell, Alisha, Yankowski, Andrea, and Chang, Nigel (2016) Gendered labor in pottery and salt production in northeast Thailand. In: Kelly, Sophia E., and Arden, Traci, (eds.) Gendered Labor in Specialized Economies: archaeologial perspectives on female and male work. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA, pp. 117-157.

Evans, Caitlin, Chang, Nigel, and Shimizu, Naho (2016) Sites, survey, and ceramics: settlement patterns of the first to ninth centuries CE in the Upper Mun River Valley, northeast Thailand. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 47 (3). pp. 438-467.

Kerdsap, Puangtip, and Chang, Nigel (2016) Comparison in spindle whorls. Science and Technology Research Journal Sakon Nahon Ratchasima Rajabhat University, 1 (1). pp. 48-59.

Khongthon, Netchanok, and Chang, Nigel (2016) The folk healers' local knowledge transfer before Angkor at the Upper Mun River Catchment: a case study of Phol Songkram Community, None Soung District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand. SNRU Journal of Science and Technology, 1 (1). pp. 60-66.

Castillo, Cristina Cobo, Tanaka, Katsunori, Sato, Yo-Ichiro, Ishikawa, Ryuji, Bellina, Bérénice, Higham, Charles, Chang, Nigel, Mohanty, Rabi, Kajale, Mukund, and Fuller, Dorian (2016) Archaeogenetic study of prehistoric rice remains from Thailand and India: evidence of early japonica in South and Southeast Asia. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 8 (3). pp. 523-543.

Shimizu, Naho, Souksavatdy, Viengkeo, Chang, Nigel, and Luangkhot, Thonglith (2016) Trade ceramics recovered from the MMG-LXML Sepon mining tenement, Savannakhet Province, the Lao PDR – preliminary review: trading and distribution based on composition, origin and age. Journal of Southeast Asian Archaeology, 36. pp. 47-60.

Duke, Belinda J., Chang, Nigel J., Moffat, Ian, and Morris, Wayne (2016) The invisible moats of the Mun River Valley, NE Thailand: the examination of water management devices at mounded sites through ground-penetrating radar(GPR). Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology, 40. pp. 1-11.

Domett, Kate, Newton, Jennifer, Colbert, Alana, Chang, Nigel, and Halcrow, Sian (2015) Frail, foreign or favoured? A contextualized case study from Bronze Age northeast Thailand. In: Oxenham, Marc, and Buckley, Haillie R., (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Bioarchaeology in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 68-94.

Yankowski, Andrea, Kerdsap, Puangtip, and Chang, Nigel (2015) "Please pass the salt" – an ethnoarchaeological study of salt and salt fermented fish production, use and trade in Northeast Thailand. Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology, 37. pp. 4-13.

Tucci, Antonino, Sayavongkhamdy, Thongsa, Chang, Nigel, and Souksavatdy, Viengkeo (2014) Ancient copper mining in Laos: heterarchies, incipient states or post-state anarchists. Journal of Anthropology and Archaeology, 2 (2). pp. 1-15.

Mayes, Warren, and Chang, Nigel (2014) Discovering Sepon: cultural heritage management and the making of a modern mine. The Extractive Industries and Society, 1 (2). 237-248.

Kanthilatha, Nelum, Boyd, William, Dowell, Ashley, Mann, Alice, Chang, Nigel, Wohlmuth, Hans, and Parr, Jeff (2014) Identification of preserved fatty acids in archaeological floor sediments from prehistoric sites at Ban Non Wat and Nong Hua Raet in northeast Thailand using gas chromatography. Journal of Archaeological Science, 46. pp. 353-362.

Pryce, Thomas Oliver, Baron, Sandrine, Bellina, Bérénice H.M., Bellwood, Peter S., Chang, Nigel, Chattopadhyay, Pranab, Dizon, Eusebio, Glover, Ian C., Hamilton, Elizabeth, Higham, Charles F.W., Kyaw, Aung Aung, Laychour, Vin, Natapintu, Surapol, Nguyen, Viet, Pautreau, Jean-Pierre, Pernicka, Ernst, Pigott, Vincent C., Pollard, Mark, Pottier, Christophe, Reinecke, Andreas, Sayavongkhamdy, Thongsa, Souksavatdy, Viengkeo, and White, Joyce (2014) More questions than answers: the Southeast Asian Lead Isotope Project 2009–2012. Journal of Archaeological Science, 42. pp. 273-294.

Higham, Charles, Cameron, Judith, Chang, Nigel, Castillo, Cristina, Halcrow, Sian, O'Reilly, Dougald, Petchey, Fiona, and Shewan, Louise (2014) The excavation of Non Ban Jak, Northeast Thailand: a report on the first three seasons. Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology, 34. pp. 1-41.

Mayes, Warren, and Chang, Nigel (2013) Cultural heritage management and local participation in the development of the Sepon mine. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Responsibility in Mining, pp. 63-73. From: SRMining 2013: 2nd International Conference on Social Responsibility in Mining, 5-8 November 2013, Santiago, Chile.

Harris, N., Miles, D., Chang, N., Jones, P., Francis, A., and Zuchowski, I. (2012) Exploring the benefits of international practice-based education experiences in social work and human services education. In: ASSWA 2012 Conference Programme and Abstracts, p. 19. From: Social Work: Towards Inclusion, Social Justice and Human Rights (ASSWA 2012 International Conference), 14-17 October 2012, White River, Mpumalanga, South Africa.

Pryce, Thomas Oliver, Brauns, Michael, Chang, Nigel, Pernicka, Ernst, Pollard, A. Mark, Ramsey, Christopher, Rehren, Thilo, Souksavatdy, Viengkeo, and Sayavongkhamdy, Thongsa (2011) Isotopic and technological variation in prehistoric Southeast Asian primary copper production. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38 (12). pp. 3309-3322.

Miles, Debra, Chang, Nigel, Jones, Peter, Francis, Abraham, Zuchowski, Ines, and Harris, Nonie (2011) Creating partnerships and integrating cross cultural experiences into social work education. In: [Presented at the 2011 Practice-Based Education Summit], pp. 1-4. From: 2011 Practice Based Education Summit, 13-14 April 2011, Bathurst, NSW, Australia.

Miles, Debra, Chang, Nigel, Jones, Peter, Francis, Abraham, Zuchowski, Ines, and Harris, Nonie (2011) Integrating international work-integrated-learning experiences into social work and human service education. In: [Presented at the 2011 Practice-Based Education Summit], pp. 1-4. From: 2011 Practice-Based Education Summit, 13-14 April 2011, Bathurst, NSW, Australia.

Kuttainen, Victoria, Lundberg, Anita, Wight, Linda, and Chang, Nigel (2010) Honest reflections: big ideas and real life experiences of a new first year BA. In: Enhancing Learning Experiences in Higher Education: International Conference, pp. 1-11. From: Enhancing Learning Experiences in Higher Education: International Conference, 2-3 December 2010, Hong Kong.

Boyd, William E., and Chang, Nigel (2010) Integrating social and environmental change in prehistory: a discussion of the role of landscape as a heuristic in defining prehistoric possibilities in northeast Thailand. In: Haberle, Simon, Stevenson, Janelle, and Prebble, Matthew, (eds.) Altered Ecologies : fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes. Terra Australis, 32 . ANU E Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 273-297.

Duke, Belinda J., Carter, Alison K., and Chang, Nigel J. (2010) The excavation of iron age working floors and small-scale industry at Ban Non Wat, Thailand. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology, 20. pp. 123-130.

Chang, Nigel (2009) The archaeology of Ban Non Wat: a view of the collaborative process. SAA Archaeological Record, 9 (3). pp. 40-42.

Chang, Nigel (2008) Past and present at Ban Non Wat, Thailand. Archaeology Abroad, 39. pp. 9-12.

Hardy, Dianna, Chang, Nigel, and Atkinson, Ian (2008) e-Research and archaeological datasets. The Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 32. pp. 1-6.

Chang, N.J. (2007) The shell, silver, gold, bronze and bone personal ornaments. In: Higham, C.F.W., Kijngam, A., and Talbot, S., (eds.) The Origins of the Civilization of Angkor: the excavation of Noen U-Loke and Non Muang Kao. Thai Fine Arts Department, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 379-430.

Chang, Nigel J (2004) The personal ornaments. In: Higham, C., and Thosarat, R., (eds.) The Origins of the Civilization of Angkor, Volume 1: The Excavation of Ban Lum Khao. The Thai Fine Arts Department, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 217-228.

Chang, Nigel J, and Voelker, Judy (2003) Wash and wear, disposable and cheap: Ceramic bangles as everyday personal ornaments not for symbolic use. Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Bulletin, 23. pp. 19-26.

Reay, A., and Chang, N. J. (1998) The Metal Artefacts. In: Higham, C. F.W., and Thosarat, R., (eds.) The Excavation of Nong Nor; a prehistoric site in Central Thailand. University of Otago Studies in Prehistoric Anthropology, No. 18 . The Department of Anthropology, University of Otago, pp. 305-314.

Chang, N.J. (1998) The Personal Ornaments. In: Higham, C.F.W., and Thosarat, R., (eds.) The Excavation of Nong Nor; a prehistoric site in Central Thailand. University of Otago Studies in Prehistoric Anthropology, No. 18 . The Department of Anthropology, University of Otago, pp. 265-304.

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