The last decade has seen a string of groundbreaking publications on identity theory in archaeology (see Book Reviews). Using these advances, the current generation of archaeological researchers have turned their attention to transforming the study of identity in the past (see Identity Events List). However, this is just part of a growing literature on identity across numerous fields, not just in archaeology (see Other Paths to Identity). This shows that despite the various available handbooks on identity theory, the issue remains a live one. With our unique focus on the material world of identity, archaeologists have a unique role to play in these wider debates, and we would argue that there has never been a better time to do so now that we have the conceptual tools available within our own field. This page will direct you to more resources on identity theory, in archaeology and beyond.