Holland-Lulewicz, Jacob, Megan Anne Conger, Jennifer Birch, Stephen A. Kowalewski, Travis W. Jones. 2020. An Institutional Approach for Archaeology. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 58: 101163. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaa.2020.101163
Manning, Sturt W., Jennifer Birch, Megan Anne Conger, Carol Griggs, Carla S. Hadden. 2019. Refined Age-Estimates for the Ball and Warminster Sites: Implications for the Identification of Champlain’s Cahiagué and Contact-Era Chronology-Building in Iroquoia. American Antiquity 84(4): 684-707.
Conger, Megan Anne, and Jennifer Birch. 2019. Archaeological reconnaissance through multi-method geophysical and geochemical survey at two Iroquoian village sites, southern Ontario, Canada. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 26: 101888.
Hart, John P., Susan Winchell-Sweeney, and Jennifer Birch. 2019. An Analysis of Network Brokerage and Geographic Location in Fifteenth-Century AD Northern Iroquoia. PLOS ONE 14(1): e0209689. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0209689 *
Manning, Sturt W., Jennifer Birch, Megan A. Conger, Michael W. Dee, Carol Griggs, Carla S. Hadden, Alan G. Hogg, Christopher Bronk Ramsey, Samantha Sanft, Peter Steier, and Eva M. Wild. 2018. Radiocarbon Re-dating of Contact Era Iroquoian History in Northeastern North America. Science Advances 4: eeav0280
Birch, Jennifer and Victor D. Thompson, editors. 2018. The Archaeology of Village Societies in Eastern North America. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
Jones, Travis, Jennifer Birch, Ronald F. Williamson, Timothy J. Abel, Robert J. Speakman, and Louis Lesage. 2018. Steatite Characterization using X-Ray Fluorescence and Insights into Northern Iroquoian Interregional Interaction. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 20: 506-515. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2018.05.018
Jennifer Birch and John P. Hart. 2018. Social Networks and Northern Iroquoian Confederacy Dynamics. American Antiquity 83(1): 13-33. https://doi.org/10.1017/aaq.2017.59
Hart, John P., Jennifer Birch, and Christian Gates St-Pierre. 2017. Effects of Population Dispersal on Regional Signaling Networks: An Example from Northern Iroquoia. Science Advances 3: e1700497.
Birch, Jennifer and Stefan Brannan. 2017. Summary of the 2017 Field Season at Singer-Moye (9SW2): The Singer-Moye Archaeological Settlement History (SMASH) Project. Early Georgia 45(1&2): 181-187.*
Brannan, Stefan and Jennifer Birch. 2017. Settlement Ecology at Singer-Moye: Mississippian History and Demography in the Southeastern United States. In Settlement Ecology of the Ancient Americas, edited by Lucas C. Kellett and Eric E. Jones, pp. 57-84. Routledge, New York
Birch, Jennifer, Robert B. Wojtowicz, Aleksandra Pradzynski, and Robert H. Pihl. 2017. Multi-scalar Perspectives on Iroquoian Ceramics: Aggregation and Interaction in Precontact Ontario. In Process and Meaning in Spatial Archaeology: Investigations into Pre-Columbian Iroquoian Space and Place. Edited by Eric E. Jones and John L. Creese, pp. 147-190. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.