The main research focuses on various aspects of the prehistoric and protohistoric connections with the Adriatic islands of Korcula, Susac, Lastovo and Mljet, Croatia. Currently, this ranges from the Early Neolithic through to the Graeco-Roman Period. Seafaring, resources and palaeoenvironments are major themes of the research. The project is also investigating the historic connections to these islands (Venetian, Croatian, Austro-Hungarian). Fieldwork of 1997-2007 includes survey and excavation.
Della Casa, Philippe (2019). The island of Sušac (HR) Central Adriatic crossroads since the Neolithic. In: Hye, Simon; Töchterle, Ulrike. UPIKU:TAUKE. Festschrift für Gerhard Tomedi zum 65. Geburtstag. Bonn: Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt, 103-120.
Della Casa, Philippe; Bass, Bryon; Katunaric, Tea; Kirigin, Branko; Radic, Dinko (2009):An overview of prehistoric and early historic settlement, topography, and maritime connections on Lastovo Island, Croatia Forenbaher, Staso. A connecting sea: maritime interaction in Adriatic prehistory. Oxford: Archaeopress, 113-136.