Books and other major projects
Eating in the Side Room: Food, Archaeology and African American Identity. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida (2015).
The Other Side of Sandpoint: Early History and Archaeology Beside the Tracks Robert M. Weaver, James C. Bard and Mark S. Warner, Principal investigators (Four volume report on excavations)
Living in Cities’ Revisited: Trends in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Urban Archaeology. Mark S. Warner and Paul R. Mullins, eds. thematic issue of Historical Archaeology. 42 (1) 2008.
Annapolis Pasts: An Historical Archaeology of Annapolis, Maryland. Paul A. Shackel, Paul R. Mullins, and Mark S. Warner, eds., University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee. 1998
Deceptive Content—Unexpected Materials in Historical Bottles. Ray von Wandruszka, Mark Warner, Tara Summer, Elizabeth Harman, Sidney Hunter. Historical Archaeology Technical Briefs 2015
Public Archaeologies in the West: A Case Study from Boise, Idaho. Mark Warner, Tracy Schwartz, Stacey Camp, Jessica Goodwin, Amanda Bielmann, Tim Mace. Journal of Northwest Anthropology 48(2): 213-234. 2014.
Chemical Identification of Materials Recovered from an Archaeological Excavation in Sandpoint, Idaho. Michael A. Spinner, Adeline M. Lustig, Mark Warner, Ray von Wandruska. Journal of the Idaho Academy of Science 47(1):29-53. 2011.
Why I Gave Away My American Antiquity: Some Thoughts on the Relationship Between Historical Archaeologists and American Antiquity. The SAA Archaeological Record 2009 9(2): 6-7.
Cats here, cats there, cats and kittens everywhere” (but not in Cincinnati): An Urban Extermination. In Living in Cities’ Revisited: Trends in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Urban Archaeology. Mark S. Warner and Paul R. Mullins, eds. thematic issue of Historical Archaeology. 42(1): 11-25, 2008.