Some major publications
Springer Handbook of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy
This three-volume reference work aims to provide a definitive picture of the state of art of research in this field, and to be a reliable and wide-ranging source regarding theory, method, interpretation, and best practice.
Published by Springer in both electronic and printed form, it is suitable for academic readers and researchers regardless of their disciplinary expertise, and is also accessible to students and serious general readers.
Ancient Astronomy: an Encyclopaedia of Cosmologies and Myth
This book aims to help the general reader distinguish sound evidence and key themes of archaeoastronomy from unsupported speculation and common misconceptions.
Its over 200 entries include a broad selection of case studies worldwide, some famous, some much less known. It also provides critical assessments of a range of facts and theories together with explanations of concepts and tools so that the reader can critically examine new evidence and claims for themselves.
Advancing Cultural Astronomy
Studies In Honour of Clive Ruggles
Edited by Efrosyni Boutsikas, Stephen C. McCluskey and John Steele
Springer have published this collection of essays on cultural astronomy in 2021 in their “Historical and Cultural Astronomy” series.
Astronomy in Prehistoric Britain and Ireland
Published by Yale University Press in 1999, this book is now out of print but copies may still be available from amazon or specialist bookshops.