Academic Articles

Peer-Reviews Articles

Vergil’s Funny Honey: The Function of Humor in the Georgics.Classical Philology 114 (2019) 47-65.

Fecitne Viriliter?: Patronage, Erotics, and Masculinity in Horace, Epistles 1.” American Journal of Philology 139 (2018) 675-709.

Horace’s Epistles and Ars Poetica.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Classics. Edited by Dee Clayman. New York: Oxford University Press (2017).

The Forging of a God: Venus, the Shield of Aeneas, and Callimachus’ Hymn to Artemis.” Transactions of the American Philological Association 142 (2012) 353-79.

Maior Post Otia Virtus: Public and Private in Statius’ Silvae 3.5 and 4.4.” Classical Journal 107 (2012) 451-82.

Book Reviews

The Tender, Loving Side of the Romans.” (Review of Hérica Valladares, Painting, Poetry, and the Invention of Tenderness in the Early Roman Empire; Cambridge, 2021). Hyperallergic. May 10, 2021. (Also under “Classics Writing”)

S. Harrison, ed. Horace: Odes II. (Cambridge, 2017). Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2017.10.31.

P. Bather and C. Stocks, eds., Horace’s Epodes: Context, Intertexts, and Reception (Oxford, 2016). Classical Journal 112 (2017): 504-507.

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