Sturdy Colls, C, COLLS, K, and Mitchell, W. (In prep) Death and burial during the occupation of Alderney: A forensic investigation of Longy common slave worker cemetery. Forensic Science International. Elsevier.
Colls, K, Sturdy Colls, C., and Mitchell, W. (in prep) Holocaust Archaeology in practice: Killing sites in Ukraine. Human Remains and Violence: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Manchester University Press.
Abate. D, Faka. M, Toumbas. K, , Bakirtzis N, Mitchell. W, Colls. K and Sturdy-Colls. C, (2022), ‘Multi-modal digital documentation and visualization of the unesco painted, churches in troodos (cyprus)’ Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLVI-2/W1-2022, 1–8, 2022, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLVI-2-W1-2022-1-2022
Sturdy Colls, C. and COLLS, K. 2022 ‘Adolf Island: The Archaeology of the Occupation of Alderney’. Manchester University Press, Manchester
Mitchell, W; Abate, D.; Colls, K; Faka, M.; Sturdy Colls, C.; Bakirtzis, N. (2022) ‘Ground Penetrating Radar Survey of the UNESCO Painted Churches in the Troodos Region (Cyprus)’. Heritage, 5, 260-285. https://doi.org/10.3390/heritage5010014
Sturdy Colls, C. COLLS, K, and Kerti, J. (2020) Nazi Terror on British Soil: Forensic Archaeological Investigations of Sylt Labour and Concentration Camp. Antiquity. Durham
Sturdy Colls, C. and Colls, K. (2019) The Heart of Terror: A Forensic and Archaeological Assessment of the Old Gas Chambers at Treblinka. In: Vareka, P. and Symonds, J. Dark Modernities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Mitchell, W and COLLS, K, 2019 An evaluation of community-led archaeology projects funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund: Two case studies. Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage. Taylor & Francis
Sturdy Colls, C. Bolton-King, R.. Colls, K. and Harris, T. 2018 Proof of Life: Mark-Marking Practices on the Island of Alderney. European Journal of Archaeology. Cambridge University Press.
Colls, K.S and Carrick Utsi, E. 2017. The GPR Investigation of the Shakespeare Family Graves. Archaeological Prospection 2017; 24: pp 335-352. Wiley. London
Edmonton, P. Colls, K. and Mitchell, W. 2016. Finding Shakespeare’s New Place. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Paul, S. Colls, K. and Chapman, H. 2015. ‘Living with the Flood: Mesolithic to Post-Medieval Archaeological Remains at Mill Lane, Sawston, Cambridgeshire a Wetland/Dryland Interface. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Colls K. and Hunter J. 2015. ‘A Changing Hebridean Landscape: Recent Survey And Excavation Along The West Coast of Harris’ International Journal of the North Atlantic, Volume 9, 108-124.
Colls, K. and Mitchell, W. 2013 ‘A cycle of Recession and Recovery AD 1200-1900: Archaeological Investigations at Much Park Street, Coventry’. British Archaeology Report series. Archaeopress
Colls, K. and Hunter J. 2011 ‘Defining the archaeological resource on the Isle of Harris: an assessment of the impact of environmental factors and topography on the identification of buried remains’. In The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures Volume 4, number 2
Colls, K. and Halsted, J. 2010 ‘New evidence for monument reuse in Bronze Age Wales: Archaeological excavation at Llanymynech, Powys, 2007’ Archaeologia Cambrensis 158 69-96
Colls, K. 2011 ‘The Avon Floodplain at Bristol: Excavations at Templar House, Temple Way, in Bristol 2004 and 2005’. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucester Archaeological Society vol 128 pp 75-122
Colls, K. & Adams, J. 2007 ‘Out of darkness, cometh light. Excavations in the overflow burial ground of St. Peter’s Church, Wolverhampton. British Archaeology Report series 442. Archaeopress
- Finding New Place: Shakespeares’s Lost Family Home
- Director of Studies: Archaeology of Shakespeare. University of Oxford Centre for Continuing Education, Rewley House, Oxford. January 2012
- Current Archaeology Conference, British Museum Feb 2011, presenting Dig for Shakespeare
- European Archaeology Association (EAA) Conference
- Institute for Archaeologists (IFA) conference
- Hebridean Archaeology Forum (HAF) Conference
- Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) Conference
- Award winner (best presentation) at Postgraduate Colloquium (University of Birmingham)