2017. Blake, E. Materan Myth and Materan History. In Matera Imagined/ Matera Immaginata. (L. Harris, ed.). American Academy in Rome Press
2017. Blake, E. States and Technological Mobility: a view from the West. In Mobile Technologies in the Ancient Mediterranean (Knappett & Kiriatzi, eds). Cambridge U P.
2014. Blake, E. Late Bronze Age Sardinia: Acephalous Cohesion. In Cambridge Handbook of the Mediterranean World in the Bronze-Iron Ages (Knapp & van Dommelen, eds). Cambridge U P, pp. 96-108.
2014. Leidwanger, J., C. Knappett, P. Arnaud, P. Arthur, E. Blake, C. Broodbank, T. Brughmans, T. Evans, S. Graham, E. S. Greene, B. Kowalzig, B. Mills, R. Rivers, T. Tartaron & R. Van de Noort. A manifesto for the study of ancient Mediterranean maritime networks. Antiquity 342. http://journal.antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/leidwanger342
2014. Blake, E. Dyads and Triads in Community Detection: a view from the Italian Bronze Age. Les Nouvelles de l'archéologie 135 (March): 28-32.
2014. Blake, E. Social Networks and Regional Identity in Bronze Age Italy. Cambridge and NY: Cambridge University Press.
Modrall, E., E. Blake, R. Schon, 2013. Punic ceramics in the hinterland of Motya and Marsala: the question of hellenization in Punic Sicily and the preliminary data from the Marsala Hinterland Survey. L’Africa Romana. XIX Convegno internazionale di studi. Sassari: Editrice Archivio Fotografico Sardo, pp. 1597-1610.
2013. Italy in Late Bronze Age Europe: from margin to counterpoint. In (S. Bergerbrant and S. Sabatini, eds). Counterpoint. A Festschrift in Honor of Kristian Kristiansen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Goteborg University Press, pp. 601-606.
2013. Social networks, path dependence, and the rise of ethnic groups in pre-Roman Italy. In Regional Network Analysis in Archaeology. (C. Knappett, ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 203-221.
2010. The Marsala Hinterland Survey: Preliminary Report. Etruscan Studies 13: 49-66
2008. The Mycenaeans in Italy: a minimalist position. Papers of the British School at Rome 76: 1-34
2005a. E. Blake and A. B. Knapp, eds. The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory. Oxford: Blackwell.
2005b. A.B. Knapp and E. Blake. Introduction: The Corrupting and Connecting Sea. In The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory (E. Blake and A.B. Knapp, eds). Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 1-23.
2005c. The Material Expression of Cult, Ritual, and Feasting. In The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory (E. Blake and A.B. Knapp, eds). Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 102-29.
2004. Space, Spatiality, and Archaeology. In The Blackwell Companion to Social Archaeology (L. Meskell and R. Preucel, eds). Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 230-54.
2003. The Familiar Honeycomb: Byzantine Era Reuse of Sicily’s Rock-cut Tombs. In Archaeologies of Memory (R. VanDyke and S. Alcock, eds). Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 203-20.
2002a. Situating Sardinia’s Giants’ Tombs in their Spatial and Social Contexts. In The Space and Place of Death (H. Silverman and D. Small, eds). Arch. Papers of the Am. Anthropological Assoc. vol. 11, pp. 119-27.
2002b. Spatiality past and present: An interview with Edward Soja. J of Social Archaeology 2.2: 139-58.
2002c. I. Morris, T. Jackman, E. Blake, S. Tusa. Stanford University excavations on the Acropolis at Monte Polizzo, Sicily, II: preliminary report on the 2001 season. Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 47: 153-98.
2001a. Locales as Artifacts: The Spatial Relationship Between Towers and Tombs in Nuragic Sardinia. American J of Archaeology 105: 145-61.
2001b. I. Morris, T. Jackman, E. Blake, S. Tusa. Stanford University excavations on the Acropolis at Monte Polizzo, Sicily, I: preliminary report on the 2000 season. Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome 46: 253-71.
1999a. Identity-mapping in the Sardinian Bronze Age. European J of Archaeology 2.1: 55-75.
1999b. Coming to terms with local approaches to Sardinia’s nuraghi. In Archaeology and Folklore (A. Gazin-Schwartz and C. Holtorf, eds). London & NY: Routledge, pp 230-99.
1998. Sardinia’s nuraghi: four millennia of becoming. World Archaeology 30.1: 59-71.
1997a. Strategic symbolism: miniature nuraghi of Sardinia. J of Mediterranean Archaeology 10.2: 151-64.
1997b. Negotiating nuraghi: settlement and the construction of ethnicity in Roman Sardinia. In Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference 1996 Proceedings (K. Meadows, C. Lemke, J. Heron, eds). Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 113-9.