Naomi F Miller, Robert N Spengler, and Michael Frachetti 2016. Millet cultivation across Eurasia: Origins, spread, and the influence of seasonal climate. The Holocene.
Frachetti, Michael D., and Robert N. Spengler III (eds.) 2015. Introduction. In Mobility and Ancient Society in Asia and the Americas: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on “Great Migrations”, Springer Publishing.
Spengler, Robert N., III, 2015. Central Asia, pre-Silk Road Agricultural Exchange. In Mary Beaudry and Karen Metheny (eds.), The Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopedia. Rowman and Littlefield.
Spengler, Robert N., III. 2015. Agriculture in the Central Asian Bronze Age. Journal of World Prehistory. Peer-reviewed.
Doumani, P. N., M. D. Frachetti, R. Beardmore, T. Schmaus, R. N. Spengler, and A. N. Mar’yashev 2015. Burial ritual, agriculture, and craft production among Bronze Age pastoralists at Tasbas (Kazakhstan). Archaeological Research in Asia 1-2: 17–32. Peer-reviewed.
Spengler, Robert N., III. 2015. A review of staple economies and social integration in northeast China: Regional organization in Zhangwu, Liaoning, China, by James Williams., In Dissertation Reviews; Asian Archaeology.
Spengler, Robert N., III. 2014. Paleoethnobotanical Methods for the Study of Early Agriculture and Cuisine in the Prehistory of Central Asia. In Experience of Turkmenistan in Research and Museumification of Archaeological Findings. (pp. 326-328), Turkmenistan Ministry of Culture, Ashgabat.
Langlie, BrieAnna S., Natalie G. Mueller, Robert N. Spengler, and Gayle J. Fritz 2014. Agricultural Origins from the Ground Up: Archaeological Perspectives on Plant Domestication. American Journal of Botany 101(10): 000–000. Peer-reviewed.
Spengler, Robert N., III. 2014. Niche Dwelling vs. Niche Construction: Landscape Modification in the Bronze and Iron Ages of Central Asia. Human Ecology 42, (6): 813-821. Peer-reviewed.
Spengler, Robert N., III, Paula Doumani, and Michael Frachetti 2014. Late Bronze Age agriculture at Tasbas in the Dzhungar Mountains of eastern Kazakhstan. Quaternary International 348: 147-157. Peer-reviewed.