Recent Publications

Classical Studies | English and Writing Studies | French Studies & Linguistics | Modern Languages and Literatures | Philosophy | Visual Arts | Women's Studies and Feminist Research



  • “Vipers and Lost Youth: a Note on Old Age in Early Greek Epic,” Classical Quarterly 64.2 (2014) 825-828
  • “Warding off a Hailstorm of Blood: Pindar on Martial Elegy,” in C. Carey and L. Swift (edd.), Greek Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches (Oxford University Press 2016) 273-290
  • “Timotheus on the Herald’s Proclamation,” Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica n.s. 112 (2016) 167-175
  • “Picturing a Truth: Beast Fable, Early Iambos, and Semonides on the Creation of Women,” forthcoming in Mouseion (2017)


  • “Odi(tque moras): Abridging Allusions to Vergil, Aeneid 12 in Statius, Thebaid 12”, American Journal of Philology 138.2 (June 2017).  
  • “Comparative rates of text reuse in classical Latin hexameter poetry”, Digital Humanities Quarterly 9.3 (2015). Co-author with N. W. Bernstein and Wei Lin.
  • “Tydeus the hero? Intertextual confusion in Statius, Thebaid 2”, Phoenix 69 (2015), 56–78.
  • Brill’s Companion to Statius (Leiden, 2015). Co-editor with W. J. Dominik and C. E. Newlands. Includes two contributed chapters:
  • “Reading Statius”, pp. 3–27 (co-author with C. E. Newlands and W. J. Dominik)
  • “Parent-child conflict in the Thebaid”, pp. 221–39.
  •  “Notes on Statius, Thebaid 2”, Classical Quarterly 65 (2015), 411–15.
  • “This is my Sparta! 300 (1998), 300 (2007), and Three (2013–14)”, invited feature article in The Amphora Issue, Melbourne Historical Journal 42.2 (2014), 3–19.
  • Contribution to The Vates Anthology of New Latin Poetry (ed. M. Walker, 2015), pp. 42-50. Art by Garett Schoffro.
Book Reviews
  • Manuwald, G. (ed., comm.), Valerius Flaccus: Argonautica, Book III (Cambridge, 2015). Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2017.04.15.
  • Review of Kovacs, G. and C. W. Marshall (eds), Son of Classics and Comics (Oxford 2015). Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2016.09.05.


  • 2016. Conflict in Ancient Greece and Rome: The Definitive Political, Social, and Military Encyclopedia (Entries on: “Britain”, “Britons”, “British Revolt”, “Conquest of Britain”, “Families of Soldiers”, “Hadrian’s Wall”, “Marriage of Soldiers”, “Vindolanda”)
  • 2016. with A. Birley and A. Meyer. “Recent Discoveries in the Fort and Extramural Settlement at Vindolanda: Excavations from 2009–2015,” Britannia 47 (first view: July 2016; print November 2016).
  • 2015c. “Review: P. Allison. 2013. People and Spaces in Roman Military Bases. Cambridge Univ. Press” Journal of Roman Studies 105 (2015) 390-391.
  • 2015b. “Roman Military Pay and Soldiers’ Families: The Household Contribution to Subsistence” in N. Sharankov and L. Vagalinski (eds.), Proceedings of the 22nd International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, 2012. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2015. 495-99.
  • 2015a. “Conubium cum uxoribus: Wives and Children in the Roman Military Diplomas,” Journal of Roman Archaeology 28, 125-159.



Book Chapters:

  • Bernd Steinbock, “Coin Types and Latin Panegyrics as Means of Imperial Communication,” in N. T. Elkins and S. Krmnicek (eds.), ‘Art in the Round’: New Approaches to Ancient Coin Iconography. Tübinger Archäologische Forschungen 16 (Rahden/Westfalen 2014), pp. 51-67

Book Review:

  • Bernd Steinbock, Review of Peter Meineck, David Konstan (ed.), Combat Trauma and the Ancient Greeks. The New Antiquity. (New York:  Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) in BMCR 2015.08.15


Book Chapters
  • “Scandalous Maps in Aeschylean Tragedy”, in Greta Hawes, ed. Myths on the map: the storied landscapes of ancient Greece. Oxford. 2017. 204-220.
  • “The Past in the Present: the Many Uses of Ancient Greek Culture”, Allison Glazebrook and Christina Vester, eds. Themes in Greek Society and Culture: An Introduction to Ancient Greece. Oxford, 2017. 433-451.
Book Review
  • Miriam Leonard. Tragic Modernities. Phoenix 70.1-2. (Miriam Leonard. Tragic Modernities. Phoenix 70.1-2. (spring/summer 2016) 227-229.



  • Peter M. Day and David E. Wilson. 2016. “Dawn of the Amphora: The Emergence of Maritime Transport Containers in the Early Bronze Age Aegean,” in B. Knapp and S. Demesticha (eds), Maritime Transport Containers in the Bronze - Iron Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean, Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology, vol. 183, pp. 17-37.

Chapters in Books:

  • “The Early Bronze II Seal impressions from Ayia Irini, Kea: Their Context, Pan-Aegean Links, and Meaning,” in The Great Islands. Studies of Crete and Cyprus presented to Gerald Cadogan, eds. C.F. Macdonald, E. Hatzaki and S. Andreou.  Kapon Editions, Athens, 2015, pp. 168-174.