Greek history and historiography, Intellectual history, Presocratic philosophy, Cognitive studies, Intertextuality
- Herodotus and the Presocratics: Inquiry and Intellectual Culture in the Fifth Century, forthcoming: Cambridge University Press.
- The Authoritative Historian: Tradition and Innovation in Ancient Historiography (co-edited with G. Monti and T. Rood), forthcoming: Cambridge University Press.
- “Hecataeus and the origin of wine: a note on F 15 (Fowler)”, Mnemosyne (2021): 1-13.
- “Plataea on the pyre: Anaxagoras A 44 and Thucydides 2.77”, Classical Quarterly 70.2 (2021): 541-557.
- “Tradition and Innovation: An Introduction” (co-authored with G. Monti and T. Rood), in K.S. Kingsley, G. Monti, and T. Rood (eds.), The Authoritative Historian: Tradition and Innovation in Ancient Historiography, forthcoming: Cambridge University Press.
- “Authority, experience, and the vicarious traveller in Herodotus’ Histories”, in K.S. Kingsley, G. Monti, and T. Rood (eds.), The Authoritative Historian: Tradition and Innovation in Ancient Historiography, forthcoming: Cambridge University Press.
- “Justifying violence in Herodotus’ Histories 3.38: nomos, king of All, and Pindaric poetics”, in E. Bowie (ed.), Herodotus: Narrator, Scientist, Historian. Berlin and New York: de Gruyter (2018): 37-58.
- “Empedocles” (co-authored with Richard D. Parry), in E.N. Zalta (ed.), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2019), retrieved from https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/empedocles/.
- Review of N. Scapin, The Flower of Suffering. Theology, Justice, and the Cosmos in Aeschylus’ Oresteia and Presocratic Thought (Berlin; Boston, 2020), Polis 39.1 (forthcoming).
- Review of S. Hornblower & C. Pelling (eds), Herodotus: Histories, Book VI (Cambridge, 2017), Classical Review 69.1 (2019).
- Review of D. Kennedy, Antiquity and the Meanings of Time: A Philosophy of Ancient and Modern Literature (London, 2013), Histos 11 (2016): cxxxv-cxxxix.
WORK IN PROGRESS
- The End of the Histories: Land, Wealth, and Empire in Herodotus (co-authored with Tim Rood), under review.
- “Anachronism and historical consciousness in the scholia to Euripides”, in preparation.
- “Experience and anonymous ‘you’: addressee participation in Homer”, in preparation.
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