Marila, M. 2021, in press. Review of “Marek Tamm & Laurent Olivier (eds.): Rethinking Historical Time, New Approaches to Presentism. Bloomsbury Academic, London, 2019, pp. 240. ISBN 9781350065086”. Norwegian Archaeological Review 54(1). (https://doi.org/10.1080/00293652.2021.1928743)
Marila, M. & Ilves, K. under review. Maritime Archaeology in Finland: History and Future Tasks. Journal of Maritime Archaeology.
Tuominen, S. & Marila, M. 2021, in press. I Shed Tears, Left, and Forgot. The Common Frog, Mosquitoes, and Grandmother Pine Stayed. In: Heritage Ecologies, edited by Þ. Pétursdóttir & T. Rinke Bangstad. London: Routledge.
Marila, M. & Tuominen, S. 2021. Her Posture. The Soil is Sentientonline exhibit, curated by Natalia Granquist and Jorie Van Nest.
Marila, M. 2020. The Hum. Sound installation in the Creative (Un)makings: Disruptions in Art/Archaeology group exhibit at the International Museum of Contemporary Sculpture, Santo Tirso, Portugal. Artwork created in collaboration with Tony Sikström.
Tuominen, S. & Marila, M. 2020. Kansallismuseon lisärakennus uhkaa tuhota kulttuurihistoriallisesti arvokkaan sisäpihan. Helsingin Sanomat 15.6.2020.
Marila. M. 2020. Introduction. In: Archaeology and Analogy. Papers from the Eighth Theoretical Seminar of the Baltic Archaeologists (BASE), Held at the University of Helsinki and Tvärminne Zoological Station, Hanko, Finland, November 30th–December 2nd, 2017, edited by M. Marila, M. Ahola, K. Mannermaa & M. Lavento. Interarchaeologia 6. Helsinki.
Marila, M., Ahola, M., Mannermaa, K. & Lavento, M. (ed.) 2020. Archaeology and Analogy. Papers from the Eighth Theoretical Seminar of the Baltic Archaeologists (BASE), Held at the University of Helsinki and Tvärminne Zoological Station, Hanko, Finland, November 30th–December 2nd, 2017. Interarchaeologia 6. Helsinki.
Marila, M. & Tuominen, S. 2020. Her Posture. Printed artwork and poem in art/archaeological group exhibition in the Low Memorial Library, Columbia University. New York.
Marila, M. 2015. Pragmaticism – the new possibility of a scientific archaeology as seen in the light of the history of archaeology. In: Today I Am Not the One I Was Yesterday: Archaeology, Identity, and Change. Papers from the Fourth Theoretical Seminar of the Baltic Archaeologists (BASE), Archaeology and Identity, Held at the University of Helsinki, Finland, October 8th–10th, 2009, and the Fifth Theoretical Seminar, Archaeology Today: Things To Be Changed, Held at the University of Tartu, October 27th–29th, 2011, edited by A. Haak, V. Lang, & M. Lavento. Interarchaeologia 4.