Selected Publications


Paul Christesen

A New Reading of the Damonon Stele, Histos Supplement 10, 2019

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How to Do Things with History, co-edited with Danielle Allen and Paul Millett, Oxford University Press, 2018.

A Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity, co-edited with Donald Kyle, Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.

Sport and Democracy in the Ancient and Modern Worlds, Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Olympic Victor Lists and Ancient Greek History, Cambridge University Press, 2007.

“The Typology and Topography of Spartan Burials from the Protogeometric through Hellenistic Periods: Re-thinking Spartan Exceptionalism and the Ostensible Cessation of Adult Intramural Burials in the Greek World,” Annual of the British School at Athens 113 (2018): 307-363 (plus an additional c. 20,000 words of supplementary information in the form of data tables available (only) online on the Cambridge University Press website).

“Athletics and Sparta,” in A Companion to Sparta, A. Powell (ed.), Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2018, vol. 2: pp. 543-64.

“Xenophon on Sparta,” in the Cambridge Companion to Xenophon, Michael Flower (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, pp. 376-400.

“Dreams of Democracy, or The Reasons for Hoosiers’ Enduring Appeal,” International Journal of the History of Sport 34 (2017): 1-41.

Essays in Brill’s New Jacoby on Euhemeros of Messene, Myron of Priene, Euthymenes, and Baton of Sinope.

"Athletics and Social Order in Sparta in the Classical Period,” Classical Antiquity 31 (2012), 193-255.

“Treatments of Spartan Land Tenure in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century France: From François Fénelon to Fustel de Coulanges,” in Sparta in Modern Thought: Politics, History, and Culture, Stephen Hodkinson and Ian Macgregor Morris (eds.), Classical Press of Wales, 2012, pp. 165-230.

“Spartans and Scythians, A Meeting of Mirages: The Portrayal of the Lycurgan Politeia in Ephoros’ Histories,” in Sparta: The Body Politic, Anton Powell and Stephen Hodkinson (eds.), Classical Press of Wales, 2010, pp. 211-63.

“Kings Playing Politics: The Heroization of Chionis of Sparta,” Historia (Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte) 59 (2010): 26-73.

“The Olympic Victor List of Eusebius: Background, Text, and Translation,” co-authored with Zara Martirosova-Torlone, Traditio (Studies in Ancient and Medieval History, Thought and Religion) 61 (2006): 31-93.

“Utopia on the Eurotas: Economic Aspects of the Spartan Mirage,” in Spartan Society, Thomas Figueira (ed.), Classical Press of Wales, 2004, pp. 309-37.  

“Economic Rationalism in Fourth-Century B.C. Athens,” Greece and Rome 50 (2003):1-26.

“Athletics and Sparta,” in A Companion to Sparta, A. Powell (ed.), Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2018, vol.

2: pp. 543-64.

“On the Meaning of γυμνάζω,Nikephoros (Zeitschrift für Sport und Kultur im Altertum) 15 (2002): 7-37.

Ex omnibus in unum, nec hoc nec illud: Genre in Petronius,” co-authored with Zara Torlone, Materiali e Discussioni 49 (2002): 1-38.

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Patrick Glauthier

Bugonia and the Aetiology of Didactic Poetry in Virgil, Georgics 4.” Forthcoming in Classical Quarterly.

“An Image Sublime: The Milky Way in Aratus and Manilius”. Forthcoming in Teaching Through Images: Imagery in Ancient Didactic Poetry, ed. J. Strauss Clay and A. Vergados, Brill.

“Hybrid Ennius: Cultural and Poetic Multiplicity in the Annals”. Forthcoming in Ennius: Poetry and History, ed. C. Damon and J. Farrell, Cambridge University Press.

"inconsistencies in Latin Literature." InThe Oxford Classical Dictionary, digital edition, ed. T. Whitmarsh. Oxford University Press. Article published April 2019. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199381135.013.8135.

“Playing the Volcano: Prometheus Bound and Fifth Century Volcanic Theory.” Classical Philology 113 (2018): 255–78.

“Repurposing the Stars: Manilius, Astronomica 1, and the Aratean Tradition.” American Journal of Philology 138 (2017): 267-303.

Census and commercium: Two Economic Metaphors in Manilius”. Ιn Forgotten Stars: Rediscovering Manilius’ Astronomica, ed. S. Green and K. Volk, Oxford, 2011, 188-201.

“Phaedrus, Callimachus and the recusatio to Success.”  Classical Antiquity 28 (2009): 248-78.

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Margaret Graver

Seneca: Letters on Ethics. Translated and with an Introduction and Commentary by Margaret Graver and A.A. Long. Chicago, 2015; paperback 2017.

Stoicism and Emotion. Chicago, 2007; paperback 2009.

Cicero on the Emotions: Tusculan Disputations 3 and 4. Chicago, 2002; paperback 2002.

“The Dregs of Romulus: Stoic Philosophy in Cicero’s Pro Murena and De Oratore.” In Ciceroniana 1.1 (2017)., online May 22, 2017.

“The Stoics' Ethical Psychology.” Cambridge Companion to Ancient Ethics, ed. C. Bobonich, 200-217. Cambridge, 2017.


“Seneca’s Peripatetics: Epistulae Morales 92 and Stobaean Doxography ‘C’.” In Arius Didymus on Peripatetic Ethics, ed. W. Fortenbaugh, 309-42. Transaction, 2017.

“Pre-Emotions and Reader Emotions in Seneca.” Maia 69 (2017), 281-96.

 “The Performance of Grief: Cicero, Stoicism, and the Public Eye.” In Emotions in the Classical World: Methods, Approaches, and Directions, ed. Douglas Cairns and Damien Nelis, 195-206. Stuttgart: Steiner, 2016.

“Anatomies of Joy: Seneca, Claranus, and the Gaudium Tradition.” In Hope, Joy and Affection in the Classical World, ed. Ruth R. Caston and Robert A. Kaster, 123-42. Oxford University Press, 2016.

“Seneca the Younger's Philosophical Works” (annotated bibliography of secondary works). Oxford Bibliographies in the Classics, ed. Dee Clayman. New York: Oxford University Press, April 25, 2016. View online here.

“Honor and the Honorable: Cato’s Discourse in De Finibus 3.” 119-46 in Cicero's De Finibus: Philosophical Perspectives (= Proceedings of the12th Symposium Hellenisticum), ed. J. Annas and Gabor Betegh. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.

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Julie Hruby

From Cooking Vessels to Cultural Practices in the Late Bronze Age Aegean, edited by Julie Hruby and Debra Trusty. Oxford: Oxbow Press, 2017.

"Identifying Haute Cuisine." In From Cooking Vessels to Cultural Practices in the Late Bronze Age Aegean, edited by Julie Hruby and Debra Trusty, coauthored with Debra Trusty, 15-26. Oxford: Oxbow Press, 2017.

"Approaches to Bronze Age Greek Cooking Vessels." In From Cooking Vessels to Cultural Practices in the Late Bronze Age Aegean, edited by Julie Hruby and Debra Trusty, coauthored with Debra Trusty, 1-5. Oxford: Oxbow Press, 2017.

 “Moving from Ancient Typology to an Understanding of the Causes of Variability: A Mycenaean Case Study.” In Understanding Standardization and Variation in Mediterranean Ceramics: Mid 2nd to Late 1st Millennium BC, edited by Antonis Kotsonas, 49-58. Leuven: Peeters, 2014.

“The Palace of Nestor, Craft Production, and Mechanisms for the Transfer of Goods,” American Journal of Archaeology 117 (2013): 423-427.

“Identity and the Visual Identification of Seals.” In KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age, Proceedings of the 13th International Aegean Conference/13e Recontre égéenne internationale, University of Copenhagen, 23 April 2010, edited by M.-L. Nosch and Robert Laffineur, 389-395 with plate LXXXI. Liège and Austin: Université de Liège, Histoire de l’art et archéologie de la Grèce antique and University of Texas at Austin, Program in Aegean Scripts and Prehistory, Aegaeum 33, 2012.

Book review: American Journal of Archaeology 122, April 2018: “The Minnesota Pylos Project, 1990-98, edited by Frederick A. Cooper and Diane Fortenberry (BAR-IS 2856). Pp. 426. BAR Publishing, Oxford 2017.”

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Irene Kacandes

Irene Kacandes

“Beauty on My Mind: Reading Literature in an Age of Cultural Studies,” The Aesthetics of Cultural Studies, M Bérubé (ed.), (2005) 156-174.

“Toujours/Encore la Shoah?” in Europe et mémoire: une liaison dangereuse?, P Carrard (trans.), (2005) 19-39.

Teaching the Representation of the Holocaust, edited with M Hirsch, (2004).

Talk Fiction: Literature and the Talk Explosion , (Frontiers of Narrative Series), (2001).

A User’s Guide to German Cultural Studies , edited with S Denham and J Petropoulos, (1997).

Let's Talk about Death, with Steve Gordon (2015)

"Experimental Life Writing" in Routledge Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature.  Eds. Joe Bray, Alison Gibson, Brian McHale.  London: Routledge, 2012.  380-312.

"Displacement, Trauma, Language, Identity." in Women Writers at the Crossroads of Language.  Eds. Valérie Cossy et al. Geneva: MetisPresses, 2009. 213-228.

Daddy's War:  Greek American Stories: A Paramemoir.  Lincoln:  U of Nebraska P, 2009.  Paperback edition 2012.

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Michael Lurie

Der schiffbrüchige Odysseus oder: Wie Arkesilaos zum Skeptiker wurde. Zu Timon von Phleius fr. 806 SH (32 D), Philologus (2014) 183–186

‘Facing up to tragedy: Toward an intellectual history of Sophocles in Europe from Camerarius to Nietzsche’, in: The Blackwell Companion to Sophocles, ed. K. Ormand (Oxford 2012) 440–461

Die Suche nach der Schuld. Sophokles’ Oedipus Rex, Aristoteles’ Poetik und das Tragödienverständnis der Neuzeit (München/Leipzig: Teubner 2004; repr. Berlin/New York: De Gruyter 2013)


Christopher MacEvitt

The Crusades and the Christian World of the East: Rough Tolerance , (2007).

“True Romans: Remembering the Crusades among Eastern Christians.” Journal of Medieval History 40 (2014): 260-75.

“Martyrdom and the Muslim World through Franciscan Eyes.” The Catholic History Review 97 (2011): 1-23.

“The Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa: Apocalypse, the First Crusade and the Armenian Diaspora,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers , 61 (2007) 157-81.

“Christian Authority in the Latin East: Edessa in Crusader History,” in The Medieval Crusade , S Ridyard (ed.), (2004) 71-84.

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Monika C. Otter

Monika C. Otter

“Neither/Neuter: Hildebert’s Hermaphrodite and the Medieval Latin Epigram,” in Studi Medieval , (2007).

“Prolixitas Temporum: Futurity in Medieval Narratives,” in Reading Medieval Culture: Essays in Honor of Robert W. Hanning , R Stein and S Prior (eds.), (2005).

The Book of Encouragement and Comfort: Goscelin’s Letter to the Recluse Eva , (2004).

“Baudri of Bourgueil, ‘To Countess Adela’,” Journal of Medieval Latin , 11 (2001) 61-142.

Inventiones: Fiction and Referentiality in Twelfth -Century English Historical Writing , (1996).

"Entrances and Exits: Performing the Psalms in Goscelin of St. Bertin's Liber Confortatorius." Speculum 83.2 (April 2008): 283-302.

"Functions of Fiction in Historical Writing." Writing Medieval History: Theory and Practice for the Post-Traditional Middle Ages, ed. Nancy Partner. Hodder and Arnold, 2005.

Annotated verse translation of Baudri of Bourgueil's "Adelae Comitissae," Journal of Medieval Latin 11 (2001): 60-141.

"La Vie des deux Offa, L'enfance de Saint Edmond, et la logique des antécédants." Médiévales 38 (2000), 17-34.

"Ten-Sixty-Six: The Anonymous Life of St. Edward and William of Malmesbury's Life of St. Wulfstan as Narratives of Change." Speculum 74.3 (July 1999): 565-86.

"Closed Doors: An Epithalamium for Queen Edith, Widow and Virgin." Constructions of Widowhood and Virginity in the Middle Ages, ed. Angela J. Weisl and Cindy Carlson (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999), 63-92.

"The Temptation of St. Æthelthryth." Exemplaria 9 (1997): 139-63.

"New Werke: St. Erkenwald, St. Albans, and the Medieval Sense of the Past." Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 24 (1994): 387-414.

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Jeremy B. Rutter

Ben-Shlomo, D., E. Nodarou, and J. B. Rutter, “Transport Stirrup Jars from the Southern Levant: New Light on Commodity Exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean,” American Journal of Archaeology 115 (2011) 329-353.

Tomlinson, J. E., J. B. Rutter, and S. M. A. Hoffmann,Mycenaean and Cypriot Late Bronze Age Ceramic Imports to Kommos:An Investigation by Neutron Activation Analysis, Hesperia 79 (2010) 191-231.

“How about the Pace of Change for a Change of Pace?,” in S. W. Manning and M. J. Bruce (eds.), Tree Rings, Kings and Old World Archaeology and Environment: Papers Presented in Honor of Peter Ian Kuniholm (Oxford 2009) 189-194.

Constructions of Childhood in Ancient Greece and Italy (Hesperia Supplement 41) , editor, with A Cohen, (2007).

Chapt. 3.1 “Introduction,” Chapt. 3.3. “Neopalatial and Late Minoan Pottery,” Chapt. 3.4 “Ceramic Imports at Knossos,” and Chapt. 5.1 “Ceramic Evidence for External contact: Neopalatial and Postpalatial,” in Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos , J W and M C Shaw (eds.), (2006) 230 pages

“Southern Triangles Revisited: Laconia, Messenia, and Crete in the 14th- 12th-Centuries B.C.,” in Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in the Postpalatial Period (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) , A L D’Agata and J Moody (eds.), (2005) 17-50.

The Prehistoric Archaeology of the Aegean , 1997

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Roberta L. Stewart

“Ancient Narratives and Modern War Stories: Reading Homer with Combat Veterans,” Amphora 12.1 (2015) 1-3, 20-21.

“The Slave as Roman Outsider,” in D. Hammer, ed. Blackwell Companion to Ancient and Modern Democracies and Republics: A Comparative Approach (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014) 405-428. 

Plautus and Roman Slavery (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012). Reviews: BMCR 2012.11.50

(W. Owen); Choice 50 (2012) 545 (D. Lateiner); Greece and Rome 60 (2013) 320-322 (R. Langlands); Classical Review (2014) 1-3 (S. H. Blake).

TLL  10.1 (2010) s.v. pontifex 2672-80.

“Who’s Tricked? Models of Slave Behavior in Plautus’ Pseudolus ,” (2006).

Public Office in Early Rome: Ritual Procedure and Political Practice , (1998).

“Publicity and the Lot: the Politics of the Sortition at Rome,” in The Shapes of City Life in Rome and Pompeii: Essays in Honor of Lawrence Richardson, Jr., on the Occasion of His Retirement , M T Boatwright and H Evans (eds.), (1998) 9-26.

“The Jug and Lituus on Roman Republican Coin Types: Ritual Symbols and Political Power,” Phoenix , 51 (1997) 170-189.

“Catiline and the Crisis of 63-60 B.C.: The Italian Perspective,” Latomus 54 (1995) 62-78.

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Hakan P. Tell

Håkan P. Tell

“Sages at the Games: Intellectual Displays and Dissemination of Wisdom in Ancient Greece,” Classical Antiquity , 26.2 (2007).“Wisdom for Sale? The Sophists and Money,” Classical Philology , 104.1 (2009).Plato’s Counterfeit Sophists, (2011).

Roger B. Ulrich

Roger B. Ulrich

R. Ulrich and C. Quenmoen, eds. 2013. A Companion to Roman Architecture. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. London. Includes R. Ulrich and L. Lancaster, 2013. "Materials" (a discussion of Roman building materials and techniques), pp. 157-192 and R. Ulrich "Horrea and Insulae" pp. 324-341.

R. Ulrich: 2013-15. (a comprehensive website about the Column of Trajan in Rome).

R. Ulrich, 2007. “The representation of technical processes in the Classical world,” Chapter 2 of the Oxford Handbook of Engineering and Technology in the Classical World ed. J. Oleson. Oxford.

R. Ulrich, 2007. Roman Woodworking. Yale University Press.

R. Ulrich 1996. “Contignatio, Vitruvius, and the Campanian Builder,” American Journal of Archaeology. 100: 137-151.

R. Ulrich, 1994. The Roman Orator and the Sacred Stage , Collection Latomus, 222, (1994).

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Lindsay J. Whaley

Reo, Nicholas, Sigvanna Meghan Topkok, Nicole Kanayurak, James Standford, David Peterson, and Lindsay Whaley. 2019. ‘Environmental Change and Sustainability of Alaska Native Languages in Northern Alaska.’ Arctic 72/3:215-228.


Whaley, Lindsay J. and Rebacca Asoulin. 2016. Place names in the United States and the colonial past. In Nicholas Ostler and Panchanan Mohanty (eds.) Language Colonization and Endangerment: Long-term Effects, Echoes and Reactions, 21-26. Foundation for Endangered Languages.

Suihkonen, Pirkko and Lindsay Whaley. Eds. 2014. On Diversity and Complexity of Languages Spoken in Europe and North and Central Asia. (Studies in Language Companion Series 164). John Benjamins.

Malchukov, Andrej and Lindsay J. Whaley. Eds. 2012. Recent Advances in Tungusic Linguistics  (Turcologica 89). Weisbaden: Harrassowitz.

Deriving insights about Tungusic classification from derivational morphology. In Lars Johanson and Martine Robbeets (eds.) The Origins of Bound Morphology . Brill. (2012)

The semantic effect of floating quanitifiers in New Testament Greek in Steven E. Runge (ed.) Discourse Studies and Biblical Interpretation , 247-262. Bellingham, WA: Logos Bible Software. (2011)

Some ways to endanger an endangered language project, Language and Education 25/4:339-348.

Syntactic typology in Jae Jung Song (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Typology , 465-486. Oxford University Press. (2010)

The sustainability of languages with J Stanford, The International Journal of Environmental, Culture, Economic and Social Sustainability 6/3:111-122. (2010)

Oroqen with F. Li, in Martin Haspelmath and Uri Tdmor (eds.) Loanword Typology: Toward a Comparative Study of Lexical Borrowability in the World’s Languages , 525-544. John Benjamins.(2009)

Grounding in Oroqen narrative: A re-analysis of“present tense” marking with J. Bouton, in Jonathan E. Cihlar, Amy L. Franklin, David W. Kaiser and Irene Kimbara (eds.), Papers from the 39th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (2003), Volume I: The Main Session , 1-15. (2007)

Saving Languages , with L A Grenoble, (2005).

“The End of Nomadism: Oroqen History, Migration and Current Distribution,”with L Fengxiang, in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Manchu Tungus Studies , C Naeher (ed.), (Aug 28-Sept 1, 2000) 109-128.

“Grounding in Oroqen Narrative: A Re-analysis of‘Present Tense’ Marking,” with J Bouton, in CLS 39, Vol. I: The Main Session , J E Cihlar, A L Franklin, D W Kaiser, and I Kimbara (eds.), (2004).

Endangered Languages: Current Issues and Future Prospects , with L A Grenoble, (1998).

An Introduction to Language Typology: The Unity and Diversity of Language , (1997).

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Margaret Williamson

Margaret Williamson

Sappho’s Immortal Daughters, Harvard University Press, 1995.

‘Sappho and the Other Woman’, in Re-reading Sappho, E. Greene (ed.), 1996.

‘Eros the Blacksmith’, in Thinking Men: Masculinity and its Self Representation in the Classical Tradition, eds L. Foxhall and J. B. Salmon, 1998.

The Sacred and the Feminine in Ancient Greece, ed. with S. Blundell, 1998

‘The Mirror-Shield of Knowledge:  a Classicist in the West Indies in 1825’, in M. Bradley, ed.  Classics and Imperialism in the British Empire, Oxford University Press, 2010

'Africa or Old Rome? Jamaican Slave Naming Revisited', in Slavery and Abolition vol. 38 no.1, 2017 

'Slave Names and Naming in the Anglophone Atlantic.' In Oxford Bibliographies in Atlantic History. Ed. Trevor Burnard. Oxford University Press, 2018.

'Dictionaries as translations: English in the Lexicon', in Liddell and Scott: the History, Methodology and Languages of the World's Leading Lexicon of Ancient Greek, eds Christopher Stray, Michael Clarke, and Joshua T. Katz, Oxford University Press, 2019.

'"Nero, the mustard!" The ironies of classical slave names in the British Atlantic,' in Classicisms in the Black Atlantic, eds  A. Lecznar, H. Morse and I. Moyer, Oxford University Press (forthcoming, 2020)

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