Her website includes the following: "Caroline has lectured at The University of Auckland and Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, and co-directed many of the University of Auckland archaeology field schools. She has published academic books and articles, and presented conference papers and seminars, both locally and internationally. She also co-convened the Second Indigenous World Archaeological Inter-Congress."
She has been a leader in professional development in New Zealand.
Caroline's consultancy web page is here.
Phillips, C.A. & H. Allen 2013. Archaeology at Opita: Three Hundred Years of Continuity and Change. Research in Anthropology and Linguistics, electronic series. Number 5. http://tinyurl.com/oaaomqm
Phillips, C.A. & H. Allen (eds) 2010. Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century. One World Archaeology Series, Number 60. Left Coast Press, California.
Phillips, C.A. 2004. Waihou journeys: the archaeology of four hundred years of Maori settlement. Auckland University Press, Auckland. (Reprinted from 2000).
Allen, H., C.A. Phillips, A. Skipper, J. Te Moananui-Waikato, C. Reidy & B. Cook 1994. Taskforce Green/University of Auckland Archaeological Project, Waihou River (1993). Department of Anthropology, University of Auckland.
Refereed Journals & Chapters
Phillips, C. In prep. Temporality in a Maori landscape: The progression of interrelated activities over 400 years in the Hauraki Plain, New Zealand. In U. Rajala & P. Mills (eds). Temporalities to Ceramiscenes: 20 years of Taskscapes. Oxbow Books, Oxford.
Phillips, C & A. Ross. 2015. Both sides of the ditch: The ethics of narrating the past in the present. In C. Gnecco & D. Lippert (eds). Ethics and Archaeological Praxis. Springer, New York, pp.27-40.
Allen, H. & C. Phillips 2013. Māori agency in colonial Hauraki: The historical archaeology of Ōpita. In M. Campbell, S. Holdaway & S. Macready (eds). Finding our Recent Past: Historical Archaeology in New Zealand. New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 29, Auckland, pp.97-122.
Allen, H. & C. Phillips 2010. Maintaining the dialogue: archaeology, cultural heritage and indigenous communities. In C. Phillips & H. Allen (eds). Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century. One World Archaeology Series. Left Coast Press, California. pp.17-48
Phillips, C. 2010. Working together? Maori and archaeologists in Aotearoa/New Zealand today. In C. Phillips & H. Allen (eds). Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century. One World Archaeology Series. Left Coast Press, California. pp.129-156.
Phillips, C.A. 2004. GIS, landscape analysis, or the cart before the horse? IN van Hove, D. and U. Rajala (eds). A GIS with a view: social interpretations and cultural agents in modelling human perceptive behaviour. Internet Archaeology 16. http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue16/4.html
Phillips, C.A. & M. Campbell 2004. From settlement patterns to interdisciplinary landscapes in New Zealand. IN Furey, L. and S. Holdaway (eds) Change Through Time: 50 Years of New Zealand Archaeology. New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 26. Publishing Press, Auckland. pp 85-104.
Wilmshurst, J.M., T.F. Higham, H. Allen, D. Johns & C. Phillips 2004. Polynesian settlement impacts in northern coastal Taranaki, New Zealand: introduced fauna (Rattus exulans) and translocated flora (Corynocarpus laevigatus). NZ Journal of Ecology, 28(2): 167-79.
Phillips, C.A. 2004. Ethnicity and identity: politically charged issues in Aotearoa/New Zealand. IN Hakenbeck, S.E. and S.G. Matthews (eds). Reconsidering ethnicity: material culture and identity in the past. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 19.2: 84-101.
Phillips, C.A., D. Johns & H. Allen 2002. Why did Māori bury artefacts in the wetlands of pre-contact Aotearoa/New Zealand? Journal of Wetland Archaeology 2:39-60.
Allen, H., D. Johns, C. Phillips, K. Day, T. O'Brien & Ngati Mutunga 2002. Wāhi ngaro (the lost portion): strengthening relationships between people and wetlands in north Taranaki, New Zealand. IN Marshall, Y. (ed.) Community Archaeology. World Archaeology 34 (2). Routledge, London. pp 315-329.
Phillips, C.A. 2000. Post-contact landscapes of change in Hauraki, New Zealand. IN Clarke, A. and R. Torrence (eds) The archaeology of difference: negotiating cross-cultural engagements in Oceania. One World Archaeology 38. Routledge, London. pp 79-103.
Phillips, C.A. 1999. Old boys and female critics: problems of equity for women archaeologists. IN Casey, M., D. Donlan, J. Hope and S. Wellfare (eds) Redefining archaeology: feminist perspectives. ANH Publications.
Phillips, C.A. & R.C. Green 1993. Excavations at the stone walled pa, N15/224. IN D.G. Sutton (ed.) The archaeology of the peripheral pa at Pouerua, Northland, New Zealand. Auckland University Press, Auckland. pp 7-26.
Phillips, C.A & R.C. Green 1991. Further archaeological investigations at the settlement of Waiwhau. Rec. Auckland Inst. Mus. 28:147-183.
Phillips, C.A. 1988. University of Auckland field school excavations at Waiwhau, 1987. NZ Journal of Archaeology. 10:53-72.
Phillips, C.A. 1986. Excavations at Raupa Pa (N53/37) and Waiwhau village (N53/198), Paeroa, New Zealand, in 1984. NZ Journal of Archaeology. 8:89-113.
Other Published Papers
Phillips, C.A. & T. James-Lee 2014. Deriving social events for the Reitmann’s faunal waste. Archaeology in New Zealand. 57 (3):172-7.
Phillips, C.A. 2014. Georectifying oblique photographs at Thames Hospital. Archaeology in New Zealand. 57 (1):25-31.
Phillips, C.A. 2013. Interrogating a building. Archaeology in New Zealand. 56 (2):100-7.
Phillips, C.A., M. O’Keefe, A. Young & M. Low. 2013. Practical Buildings Archaeology. Archaeology in New Zealand. 56 (2):71-2.
Phillips, C.A 2010. Continuing the Dialogue: Remote Sensing - Data and Metadata. Archaeology in New Zealand. 53 (4): 230-231.
Phillips, C.A. 2010. To a mentor and a friend [dedication to Roger Green]. Archaeology in New Zealand. 53 (1): 53-55.
Phillips, C.A. & H. Allen 2006. Damage assessment of Waihou River sites. Archaeology in New Zealand. 49 (2):82-93.
Phillips, C.A. & H. Allen 1996. Anatere Pa, Athenree, Bay of Plenty. Archaeology in New Zealand. 39:284-77.
Green, R.C. & C.A. Phillips 1986. Pouerua project, phase II: the fieldschool excavations at a stone walled pa, N15/224. NZAA Newsletter. 29:29-40.
Phillips, C.A. 1985. Preliminary investigations at Paeroa. NZAA Newsletter. 28:36-40.
Phillips, C.A. 1984. District Scheme Review: Variation No 4 (Proposed Karikari Tourist Resort Zone). Mangonui County Council, Kaitaia.
Phillips, C.A. 1983. The possibilities and practicalities of pa recording. IN A lot of spadework to be done. NZAA Monograph 14:111-127.
Phillips, C.A. 1981. Kawerau site survey 1980-81: an interim report. NZAA Newsletter. 24:179-183.
Phillips, C.A. 1980. Site recording at Pouerua, Bay of Islands. NZAA Newsletter. 23:148-160.
Sutton, D.G. & C.A. Phillips 1980. Construction of a raised rim kumara storage pit. NZAA Newsletter. 23:46-50.