• Guilfoyle, David R. 2004 A Model for the Anasazi Pueblo I Period Settlement of Elk Ridge, Southeast Utah. Kiva: the Journal of Southwestern Anthropology and History, Volume 70 (No. 2): 122-141.
• Guilfoyle, David R. 2005. Socializing stone artifact assemblages: Regionalization and raw material availability in northern Queensland. Australian Archaeology, Volume 60 (June 2005): 34-40.
• Guilfoyle, David R. 2006. Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Regional Studies: an illustrative approach. Cultural Heritage Division, NSW Department of Environment and Conservation.
• Guilfoyle, David R., Jonathan C. Horn, and Burr Neely. 2007. Industry, Recreation and Government (3 Chapters). In Colorado History: A Context for Historical Archaeology, by Minette C. Church, Steven G. Baker, Bonnie J. Clark, Richard F. Carrillo, Jonathon C. Horn, Carl D. Späth, David R. Guilfoyle, and E. Steve Cassells. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver.
• Guilfoyle, David R. 2008. Black Point: Biodiversity and Cultural Heritage Conservation Project. Waves (14) 2: 2008.
• Guilfoyle, David R., Bill Bennell, Wayne Webb, Vernice Gilles and Jen Strickland. 2009a. Integrating Natural Resource Management and Indigenous Cultural Heritage: A Model and Case Study from South-western Australia. Heritage Management, Volume 2, Issue 2, Fall 2009, pp. 149–176.
• Guilfoyle, David R., Andrew Guilfoyle, and Doc Reynolds. 2009b. Participatory Action Research in Cultural Heritage Management for Indigenous Cultural Heritage: The Gabbie Kylie Foundation, Esperance, Western Australia. International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Volume 9, Issue 6, pp.95-118.
• Guilfoyle, David R. 2010. Chapter 7: Cultural Heritage and Landscape Protection. In Nerilee Boshammer (ed) Active Awareness in the Southwest: An Education Package for Noongar Culture, Resource and Land-use Studies. Blackwood Basin Group and the Australian Government.
• Guilfoyle, David R, W. Webb, T. Webb and Myles Mitchell. 2011. A Structure and Process for 'Working Beyond the Site" in a Commercial Context: A Case Study from Dunsborough, Southwest Western Australia. Australian Archaeology 73 (Dec 2011): 25-32.
• Blandon, Paul, Moffat, Ian, Guilfoyle, David, Beale, Alice, and Jennifer Milani. 2011. Mapping anthropogenic fill with GPR for unmarked grave detection: a case study from a possible location of Mokare’s grave, Albany, Western Australia. Exploration Geophysics, Volume 42 (4).
• Guilfoyle, David, Myles Mitchell, Cat Morgan, Harley Coyne and Vernice Gillies. 2013 (in press). Exploring the Role of Archaeology within Indigenous Natural Resource Management: A Case Study from Western Australia. In . S. O'Connor, S. Brockwell and D. Byrne (eds). Transcending the Culture-Nature Divide in Cultural Heritage: Views from the Asia-Pacific Region. Terra Australis No. 36. ANU EPress, Canberra.
• Myles, Mitchell, Guilfoyle, David R., Reynolds Ron ‘Doc’ and Catherine Morgan
2013 (in press) Sustainable Indigenous Heritage Management and the Role of Archaeology: A Working Model and Case Study from Western Australia. Heritage & Society, Volume 6 (1).
• Guilfoyle, David R., Anderson, Ross, Kimber, Tom and Ron “Doc” Reynolds.
2013 (in press) A Community-Based Approach to Documenting and Interpreting the Cultural Seascapes of the Recherche Archipelago, Western Australia. In Tanya King and Gary Robinson (eds) At Home on the Waves: Human habitation of the sea from the Mesolithic to today. Berghahn, New York.