Nehlich, O., Fuller, B. T., Jay, M., Smith, C. I., Mora, A., Nicholson, R. A. & Richards, M. P. In press. Application of sulphur isotope ratios to examine weaning patterns and freshwater fish consumption in Roman Oxfordshire, UK. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.
Montgomery, J. & Jay, M. In press. The contribution of skeletal isotope analysis to understanding the Bronze Age in Europe. In H. Fokkens & A. Harding (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of the European Bronze Age. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Towers, J., Jay, M., Mainland, I., Nehlich, O. & Montgomery, J. In press. A calf for all seasons? The potential of stable isotope analysis to investigate prehistoric husbandry practices. Journal of Archaeological Science.
Jay, M., Parker Pearson, M., RIchards, M. P., Nehlich, O., Montgomery, J., Chamberlain, A. & Sheridan, A. In press. The Beaker People Project: an interim report on the progress of the isotopic analysis of the organic skeletal material. In M. J. Allen, A. Sheridan & D. McOmish (Eds.), The British Chalcolithic: People, place and polity in the later 3rd millennium, Prehistoric Society Research Paper No. 4. Oxford, The Prehistoric Society and Oxbow Books.
Jay, M., Richards, M., Parker Pearson, M. & Needham, S. 2010. Appendix A - Liffs Low radiocarbon date footnote in: Loveday, R. & Barclay, A., "One of the most interesting barrows ever examined" - Liffs Low revisited. In J. Leary, T. Darvill & D. Field (Eds.), Round Mounds and Monumentality in the British Neolithic and Beyond. Oxford, Oxbow Books (Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers 10), p. 128.
Needham, S., Parker Pearson, M., Tyler, A., Richards, M. & Jay, M. 2010. A first 'Wessex 1' date from Wessex. Antiquity, 84 (324): 363-373.
Towers, J., Montgomery, J., Evans, J., Jay, M. & Parker Pearson, M. 2010. An investigation of the origins of the cattle and aurochs deposited in the Early Bronze Age barrows at Gayhurst and Irthlingborough. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37: 508-515.
Parker Pearson, M., Chamberlain, A., Jay, M., Marshall, P., Pollard, J., Richards, C., Thomas, J., Tilley, C. & Welham, K. 2009. Who was buried at Stonehenge? Antiquity, 83: 23-39.
Jay, M. 2009. Breastfeeding and weaning behaviour in archaeological populations: evidence from the isotopic analysis of skeletal materials. Childhood in the Past, 2: 163-179.
Jay, M., Fuller, B. T., Richards, M. P., Knüsel, C. J. & King, S. S. 2008. Iron Age breastfeeding practices in Britain: isotopic evidence from Wetwang Slack, East Yorkshire. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 136: 327-337.
Jay, M. 2008. Iron Age diet at Glastonbury Lake Village: the isotopic evidence for negligible aquatic resource consumption. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 27 (2): 201-216.
Jay, M. 2008. Prehistoric diet on the Yorkshire Wolds: isotopes and skeletons. Prehistory Research Section Bulletin of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society (45): 68-70.
Jay, M. & Richards, M. P. 2007. British Iron Age diet: stable isotopes and other evidence. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 73: 171-192.
Jay, M. & Richards, M. P. 2007. The Beaker People Project: progress and prospects for the carbon, nitrogen and sulphur isotopic analysis of collagen. In M. Larsson & M. Parker Pearson (Eds.), From Stonehenge to the Baltic: Living with cultural diversity in the third millennium BC. Oxford, BAR International 1692. Pp: 77-82.
Jay, M., Grimes, V., Montgomery, J., Lakin, K. & Evans, J. 2007. Multi-isotope analysis of humans and cattle from Ferry Fryston, West Yorkshire. In F. Brown, C. Howard-Davis, M. Brennand, A. Boyle, T. Evans, S. O'Connor, A. Spence, R. Heawood & A. Lupton (Eds.), The Archaeology of the A1 (M) Darrington. Oxford, Oxford Archaeology. Pp: 351-354.
Sheridan, A., Parker Pearson, M., Jay, M., Richards, M. & Curtis, N. 2007. Radiocarbon dating results from the Beaker People Project, 2007: Scottish Samples. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, 8: 222.
Jay, M. 2007. Stable isotopes from the human and faunal remains. In A. Dunwell, Cist burials and an Iron Age settlement at Dryburn Bridge, Innerwick, East Lothian. http://www.sair.org.uk, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Pp: 93-95.
Curtis, N., Wilkin, N., Hutchison, M., Jay, M., Shepherd, I., Sheridan, A. & Wright, M. 2007. Radiocarbon dating results from the Beakers and Bodies Project. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, 8: 223-224.
Jay, M. & Richards, M. P. 2006. Diet in the Iron Age cemetery population at Wetwang Slack, East Yorkshire, UK: carbon and nitrogen stable isotope evidence. Journal of Archaeological Science, 33: 653-662.
Sheridan, J. A., Parker Pearson, M., Jay, M., Richards, M. & Curtis, N. 2006. Radiocarbon dating results from the Beaker People Project: Scottish samples. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, 7: 198-201.
Recent conference papers
February 2011: Oxford University Continuing Education Dept.
Weekend conference entitled “The Neolithic of Britain and Ireland”
Paper entitled: Moving and grooving, or stuck in the mud? Skeletal isotopes & the implications for mobility & subsistence, with Janet Montgomery
October 2010: Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum
weekend conference entitled “150 Years of Salisbury Museum”
Paper entitled: The Beaker People Project isotope data
September 2010: British Association For Biological Anthropology And Osteoarchaeology (BABAO)
12th Annual Conference, University of Cambridge
Paper entitled: The Beaker People Project: collagen isotopic data from the Duckworth collection in the context of the overall data-set, with Mike Richards, Mike Parker Pearson, Olaf Nehlich, Janet Montgomery, Maura Pellegrini & Jane Evans
September 2010: Fourth International Symposium on Biomolecur Archaeology (ISBA)
Centre for Geogenetics, Copenhagen
Paper entitled: The Beaker People Project isotope data: the home stretch, with Janet Montgomery, Maura Pellegrini, Olaf Nehlich, Mike Richards, Mike Parker Pearson & Jane Evans
September 2009: British Association For Biological Anthropology And Osteoarchaeology (BABAO)
11th Annual Conference, University of Bradford
Paper entitled: Scottish sulphur isotope data from the “Beaker People Project” and the “Beakers and Bodies Project”, with Mike Richards, Mike Parker Pearson & Olaf Nehlich
September 2009: UK Archaeological Sciences 2009 Biennial Conference
NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratory, Nottingham
Paper entitled: The Beaker People Project sulphur isotope data, with Mike Richards, Mike Parker Pearson & Olaf Nehlich