As I am pretty new to the research game this list looks somewhat humble, but with a bit of luck it might grow soon. You can find open-access PDFs and further information at http://reading.academia.edu/MattAustin or https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Matt_Austin/?ev=hdr_xprf
Austin, M. 2014. ‘Archaeological Blogging and Engagement’. In Rocks-Macqueen, D. and Webster, C. (eds.). ‘Blogging Archaeology’. Landward Research in association with Succinct Research and DIGTECH LLC. pp.9-19.
Austin, M. 2014. ‘From Mead to Snakebite: An Ethnography of Modern British University Sports Team Drinking Culture and its Parallels with the Drinking Rituals of the Viking World’. EXARC Journal, 2014(1).
‘From Mead to Snakebite: An Ethnographic Study of Modern British University Sports Team Drinking Culture and its Parallels with Viking Drinking Rituals and Consumption. Presented at EXARC (Experimental Archaeology Annual Conference), Cardiff, January 2013.
Austin, M. 2013. Early Anglo-Saxon Cremation in 2013: Knowledge, Understanding and the EASCREM 13 Database Project. MA Thesis, Cardiff University.
Austin, M. 2011. The Centre of the Universe? An Interdisciplinary Study of the Royal Centre at Lejre, Sjælland, Denmark. BA (Hons) Thesis, Cardiff University.