Some key selected publications include:

Scott W. Hammerstedt , Jami J. Lockhart, Patrick C. Livingood, Tim Mulvihill, Amanda L. Regnier, George Sabo III, and  John Samuelsen
2017         Multisensor remote sensing at Spiro: Discovering Intrasite Organization. In Archaeological Remote Sensing in North America: Innovative Techniques for Anthropological Applications, edited by Duncan P. McKinnon and Bryan S. Haley. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Livingood, Patrick C. and Ann S. Cordell
2017         Point/Counter Point II: the Accuracy and Feasibility of Digital Image Techniques in the Analysis of Pottery Tempers using Sherd Edges.  In Integrative Approaches in Ceramic Petrography edited by Mary F. Ownby, Isabelle C. Druc, and Maria A. Masucci, pp 196-214. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Livingood, Patrick C.
2015  The Many Dimensions of Hally Circles.  In Archaeological Perspectives on the Southern Appalachians: Multiscalar Approaches, edited by Ramie Gougeon and Maureen Meyers, pp.245-262.  University of Tennessee Press.

Amanda L. Regnier, Patrick C. Livingood, and Scott W. Hammerstedt
2013 The Last of WPA Archaeology in Oklahoma: The Clement and McDonald Sites. In Shovel Ready: Archaeology and Roosevelt’s New Deal for America, edited by Bernard K. Means. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Livingood, Patrick C.
2012 No Crows Made Mounds: Do Cost-Distance Calculations of Travel Time Improve Our Understanding of Southern Appalachian Polity Size? In Least Cost Analysis of Social Landscapes: Archaeological Case Studies, eds. Devin A. White and Sarah-Surface Evans. University of Utah Press.

Livingood, Patrick C.
2010 Mississippian Polity and Politics on the Gulf Coastal Plain: A View from the Pearl River, Mississippi. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Hammerstedt, Scott W., Amanda L. Regnier, and Patrick C. Livingood
2010 Geophysical and Archaeological Investigations at the Clement Site, A Caddo Mound Complex in Southeastern Oklahoma. Southeastern Archaeology 29:279‐291.

Livingood, Patrick C. and Ann S. Cordell
2009 Point/Counter Point: The Accuracy and Feasibility of Digital Image Techniques in the Analysis of Ceramic Thin-Sections. Journal of Archaeological Science Vol 36(3), pp. 867-872.

Livingood, Patrick C.
2008 Recent Discussion in Late Prehistoric Southeastern Archaeology. Native South. Vol 1(1), pp. 1-22.

Livingood, Patrick C.
2007 Plaquemine Recipes: Using Computer Assisted Petrographic Analysis to Investigate Plaquemine Ceramic Recipes. In Plaquemine Archaeology, edited by Mark A. Rees and Patrick C. Livingood, pp. 108-126. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Rees, Mark A. and Patrick C. Livingood (Editors)
2007 Plaquemine Archaeology. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Spielmann, Katherine A. and Patrick C. Livingood
2005 Ritual, Politics, and the “Exotic” in North American Prehistory. In Engaged Anthropology: Research Essays on North American Archaeology, Ethnobotany, and Museology, Papers in Honor of Richard I. Ford, edited by Michelle Hegmon and B. Sunday Eiselt, pp. 155-73. University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology Press, Anthropological Papers, 94.

Blitz, John H. and Patrick C. Livingood
2004 Sociopolitical Implications of Mississippian Mound Volume. American Antiquity Vol 69 (2), pp. 291-303.

Davis, R. P. Stephen, Jr., Patrick C. Livingood, H. Trawick Ward, and Vincas P. Steponaitis (Editors)
1998 Occaneechi Town: Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Indian Village in North Carolina. CD-ROM. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill. Web version at ibiblio.