Books and Edited Volumes:

Hausmair, B., Jervis, N., Nugent, R. and Williams, E. (eds). 2018. Archaeologies of Rules and Regulations: Between text and practice. Berghahn.

Jervis, B., Broderick, L. G. and Grau Sologestoa, I. (eds). 2016. Objects, environment and everyday life in Medieval Europe. Studies in the History of Daily Life (800-1600). Brepols.

Sibbesson, E., Jervis, B. and Coxon, S. (eds). 2016. Insight from Innovation. New Light on Archaeological Ceramics. The Highfield Press.

Jervis, B., Howard, W. and Bedigan, K. (eds). 2015. Food and Drink in Archaeology 4. Prospect Books.

Jervis, B. 2014. Pottery and Social Life in Medieval England: Towards a Relational Approach. Oxbow.

Jervis, B. and Kyle, A. (eds). 2012. Make-do and Mend: Archaeologies of Compromise, Re-use and Repair. British Archaeological Reports British Series.

Journal Articles:

Jervis, B., Barber, L., Blackmore, L., Cotter, J., Jarrett, C., Jones, P., Mepham, L. and Seddon, B. In Press. Early Anglo-Saxon pottery in South East England: recent work and a research framework for the future. Medieval Ceramics 36

Jervis, B. 2018. Assembling the archaeology of the global Middle Ages. World Archaeology

Jervis, B. 2017. Consumption and the “social self” in medieval southern England. Norwegian Archaeological Review 50(1), 1-29 (also response to comments in the same issue)

Jervis, B. 2017. Ceramics and coastal communities in medieval (12th-14th Century) Europe: negotiating identity in England’s Channel portsEuropean Journal of Archaeology 20(1), 148-67

Jervis, B. 2017. Assemblage theory and town foundation in Medieval England. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 26(3), 381-395. (10.1017/S0959774316000159)

Jervis, B. 2017. Assessing urban fortunes in six late medieval ports: an archaeological application of assemblage theoryUrban History 44(1), 2-26

Jervis, B. 2016. Decline or transformation? Archaeology and the late Medieval ‘urban decline’ in southern EnglandThe Archaeological Journal 174

Jervis, B., Briggs, C. and Tompkins, M. 2015. Exploring text and objects: Escheator’s inventories and material culture in Medieval English rural householdsMedieval Archaeology 59, 168-92

Jervis, B. 2014, Middens, Memory and the Effect of Waste: Beyond symbolic meaning in archaeological deposits. An early medieval case study, Archaeological Dialogues 21(2), 175-96.

Jervis, B. 2013. Rethinking the Norman Conquest: A ceramic perspective. Beyond representational approaches to continuity and change in early medieval EnglandEarly Medieval Europe 21(4), 455-87.

Jervis, B. 2013. Cuisine and Urban Identities in Medieval England. Objects, Foodstuffs and Urban Life in 13th-14th Century Hampshire, The Archaeological Journal 169, 453-79.

Baetens, J., Jervis, B., De Vos, D. and Waelkens, M. 2013, Molecular evidence for the mixing of animal and plant food Commodities in Anglo-Saxon coarseware from Hamwic, UKArchaeometry 55(6), 1150-74.

Jervis, B. 2012, ‘Medieval Pottery in East Hampshire: A preliminary study’ in Medieval Ceramics 32, 35-53.

Jervis, B. 2011 A Patchwork of People, Pots and Places. Material engagements and the construction of ‘the social’ in Hamwic (Anglo-Saxon Southampton), UK in Journal of Social Archaeology 11(3), 239-65.

Morris, J. and Jervis, B. 2011 ‘What’s so Special? A reinterpretation of Anglo-Saxon ‘special deposits’’ in Medieval Archaeology 55, 66-81.

Jervis, B. 2011 ‘Pottery from Two Medieval Tenements in Christchurch, Dorset: Their contents and their context’ in Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society 132, 131-44.

Jervis, B., Lockyear, K., Sly, T. and Popescu, A. 2011, ‘The Medieval Ceramic Sequence from Noviodunum’ in Peuce (New Series) 9, 327-40.

Jervis, B. 2009, ‘For Richer, For Poorer. A synthesis and discussion of medieval pottery from eastern Southampton in the context of the high and late medieval towns’ in Medieval Ceramics 30, 73-94.

Jervis, B. 2009, ‘Pottery in Late Saxon Chichester: A reinterpretation of the evidence’ in Sussex Archaeological Collections 147, 61-76.

Jervis, B. 2008, ‘Pottery and Identity in Late Saxon Sussex’ in Medieval Ceramics 29, 1-8.

Jervis, B. 2008, ‘Late Saxon Handled Vessels from Southern England’ in Medieval Archaeology 52, 296-306.

Book Chapters

Jervis, B. 2018. Rules, identity and a sense of place in a medieval town: The case of Southampton’s Oak Book, in Hausmair, B., Jervis, N., Nugent, R. and Williams, E. (eds). Archaeologies of Rules and Regulations: Between text and practice. Berghahn, 25-42

Jervis, B., Livarda, A. and Whelan, F. 2017. Cuisine and conquest: interdisciplinary perspectives on food, continuity and change in 11th-century England and beyond. In: Hadley, D. and Dyer, C. eds. The Archaeology of the Eleventh Century: Continuities and Transformations.   Routledge, pp. 244-262

Jervis, B. 2016. ‘Changing places? Place-making in Anglo-Saxon Hamwic, Southampton and Winchester’ in Jervis, B., Broderick, L. G. and Grau Sologesota, I. (eds) Objects, Environment and Everyday Life in Medieval Europe. Studies in the History of Daily Life (800-1600)  Brepols, 235-260.

Jervis, B. 2016. ‘Trade, cultural exchange and coastal identities in Early Anglo-Saxon Kent: a ceramic perspective’ in Willemsen, A. and Kik, H. (eds), Golden Middle Ages in Europe. New Research into Early-Medieval Communities and Identities. Brepols, 57-63.

Jervis, B. 2016. ‘A picture says a thousand words? Decoration, effect and medieval pottery’ in Sibbesson, E., Jervis, B. and Coxon, S. (eds), Insight from Innovation. New Light on Archaeological Ceramics, The Highfield Press, 170-185.

Jervis, B. 2015. ‘The context of pottery production in Late Saxon Chichester, England’ in Thuillier, F. and Louis, E. (eds), Tourner autour du pot… Les ateliers de potiers médiévaux du Ve au XIIe siècle dans l’espace européen, Actes du colloque international de Douai (8-10 octobre 2010).  Caen:  Presses universitaires de Caen.

Jervis, B. 2015. ‘Provisioning and Diet in Hamwic (mid-Saxon Southampton): New data and new perspectives’ in Jervis, B., Howard, W. and Bedigan, K. (eds), Food & Drink in Archaeology, Vol. 4.  Prospect Books, 110-127.

Jervis, B. 2014. ‘Pots as things: value, meaning and medieval pottery in relational perspective’, in Blinkhorn, P. and Cumberpatch, C. (eds), The Chiming of Crack’d Bells: Recent Approaches to the Study of Artefacts in Archaeology. British Archaeological Reports International Series, Vol. 2677.  Archaeopress, 3-16.

Jervis, B. 2013, ‘Rubbish and the creation of urban landscape’ in Bintliff, J. and Carcoscio, M. (eds), Pottery and Social Dynamics in the Mediterranean and Beyond in Medieval and Post-medieval Times, BAR International Series 2557, 57-72.

Jervis, B. 2013, ‘Objects and social change: A case-study from Anglo-Norman Southampton’ in Jones, A., Pollard, J. and Alberti, B. (eds), Archaeology After Interpretation. Returning Materials to Archaeological Theory, Left Coast Press, 219-34.

Jervis, B. 2012. ‘Making-do or Making the World? Tempering choices in early-mid Anglo-Saxon pottery manufacture’ in Jervis, B. and Kyle, A. (eds), Make-do and Mend: Archaeologies of compromise, re-use and repair, British Archaeological Reports International Series 2408, 67-80.

Jervis, B. 2010, ‘Late Saxon Pottery’ in Thomas, G. (ed), The Later Anglo-Saxon Settlement at Bishopstone. A downland manor in the making, CBA Research Report 163, 90-105.