Articles and Book Chapters


  1. “Marginality in Neronian and Flavian Literature” (with Konstantinos Arampapaslis, Stephen Froedge, and Clayton Schroer), De Gruyter 2023: 1-8


  1. “Silius Italicus’ Punica in Claudian’s De raptu ProserpinaeMaia 74.1 (2022): 127-41
  2. “Introduction: Silius Italicus and the Tradition of the Roman Historical Epos” (with Marco Fucecchi), Brill 2022: 1-16
  3. “Introduction: Screening Love and War in Troy: Fall of a City” (with Monica S. Cyrino), Bloomsbury 2022: 1-9
  4. “Οι κλασικές σπουδές στις Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες της Αμερικής,” Νέα Εστία 187.1893 (2022), Αφιέρωμα στα Κλασικά Γράμματα, 729-31.


  1. “Religion in Lucan” (with K. Aramampaslis) in Reading Lucan’s Civil War: A Critical Guide (P. Roche, ed), Oklahoma 2021: 211-26
  2. “Man and God: Literature” (with Emma Buckley) in Domitian, Palma 2021: 159-65
  3. “Republican Roman Tragedy in Flavian Epic” in Elements of Tragedy in Flavian Epic (A. Marinis and S. Papaioannou, eds.). Berlin 2021: 13-23


  1. “Scylla’s Lament in the Ciris and the Latin Literary Tradition” in Constructing Authors and Readers in the Appendices Vergiliana, Tibulliana, and Ouidiana (T. E. Franklinos and Laurel Fulkerson, eds), Oxford 2020: 24-36
  2. “The Medieval Reception of Plautus’ Aulularia: The Querolus and Vitalis Blesensis” in Blackwell’s Companion to Plautus (D. Dutsch and G. F. Franko, eds), Blackwell 2020: 419-28


  1. “Death, Ritual, and Burial from Homer to the Flavians” (with S. Froedge, A. Kozak, and Clayton Schroer) in Structures of Epic Poetry. Volume II.1: Configuration (C. Reitz and S. Finkmann, eds.), Berlin 2019: 483-522
  2. Haec Pietas, Haec Fides: Permutations of Trust in Statius’ Thebaid” in Fides in Flavian Literature (A. Augoustakis, E. Buckley, and C. Stocks, eds), Toronto 2019: 132-46
  3. “Introduction” in Fides in Flavian Literature (A. Augoustakis, E. Buckley, and C. Stocks, eds), Toronto 2019: 3-18
  4. “Collateral Damage: Todeskette in Flavian Epic” in Flint Epic (D. Nelis, ed), Berlin: Berlin 2019: 171-87
  5. “Campania in the Flavian Poets’ Imagination” in Campania in the Flavian Poetic Imagination (Antony Augoustakis and R. Joy Littlewood, eds) Oxford 2019: 3-12


  1. “Introduction: The Reinvention of the Ancient Hero” in Epic Heroes on Screen (Antony Augoustakis and Stacie Raucci, eds) Edinburgh: 1-10
  2. “Silius Italicus and Thomas Ross” in Brill Companion to Epic Continuations (R. Simms, ed), Leiden: 335-56
  3. Quaenam spes hominum? Dashed Hopes in Statius’ Thebaid” in Hope in Ancient Literature (G. Kazantzidis and D. Spatharas, eds), Berlin: 201-16


  1. “Burial Scenes: Silius Italicus’ Punica and Greco-Roman Historiography” in The Literary Genres in the Flavian Age (F. Bessone and M. Fucecchi, eds), Berlin 2017: 299-315
  2. “The Others” in STARZ Spartacus: Reimagining an Icon on Screen (Antony Augoustakis and Monica Cyrino, eds) Edinburgh 2017: 148-60
  3. “Introduction: Reimagining a New Spartacus” in STARZ Spartacus: Reimagining an Icon on Screen (Antony Augoustakis and Monica Cyrino, eds) Edinburgh 2017: 1-13


  1. “Achilles and the Poetics of Manhood: Re(de)fining Europe and Asia in Statius’ Achilleid” Classical World 109.2 (2016): 195-219
  2. “Introduction: Flavian Epic Renaissance (1990-2015)” in Oxford Readings in Flavian Epic (A. Augoustakis, ed.), Oxford 2016: 1-14
  3. “Re-cycling Hecuba” in Repeat Performances: Ovidian Repetition and the Metamorphoses (L. Fulkerson and T. Stover, eds), Wisconsin 2016: 100-24
  4. “Burial and Lament in Flavian Epic: Mothers, Fathers, Children” in Family in Flavian Epic (N. Manioti, ed), Brill 2016: 276-300
  5. “Flavian Literary Culture” in Blackwell Companion to the Flavian Age (A. Zissos, ed.), Blackwell 2016: 376-91
  6. “Cornelius’ Schonaeus’ Naaman:Terence’s Comedies in the Terentius Christianus” in Roman Drama and its Contexts (S. Harrison, T. Papanghelis, S. Frangoulidis, eds), 2016: 487-502


  1. “Campanian Politics and Poetics in Silius Italicus’ Punica” ICS 40.1 (2015): 155-69
  2. “Statius and Senecan Drama” in Brill Companion to Statius (W. J. Dominik, C. E. Newlands, and K. Gervais, eds.), Leiden 2015: 377-92
  3. “The Effigies of Atia and Servilia: Effacing the Female Body in Rome, Season 2 (M. Cyrino, ed.), Edinburgh 2015: 117-27
  4. “Greek Myth, Roman History, and the Affirmation of Patriarchy in Le Gladiatrici” in CINEMYTHOS: Classical Mythology on Film and Television (M. Cyrino and M. Safran, eds), Palgrave 2015: 63-71


  1. “Fish Imagery in Petronius’ SatyricaPisciculi and the Emperor?” Rheinisches Museum 157.2 (2014): 211-15
  2. “Silius Italicus.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Classics (D. Clayman, ed.) (, accessed 01 July 2014)
  3. “Between Greece and Italy: Flavian Poetry and its Traditions” in Flavian Poetry and its Greek Past (A. Augoustakis, ed.), Leiden 2014: 1-9
  4. “Plautinisches im Silius? Two Episodes from Silius Italicus’ Punica” in Plautine Trends: Studies in Plautine Comedy and its Reception (I. Perysinakis and E. Karakasis, eds), Berlin 2014: 257-74
  5. “Valerius Flaccus in Silius Italicus” in Brill Companion to Valerius Flaccus (M. Heerink and G. Manuwald, eds), Leiden 2014: 340-58


  1. “Silius Italicus: Punica.” The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 August 2013 
(, accessed 02 September 2013)
  2. “Teichoscopia and Katabasis: The Poetics of Spectatorship in Flavian Epic” in Flavian Epic Interactions (G. Manuwald and A. Voigt, eds.), Berlin 2013: 157-75
  3. “Partnership and Love in Spartacus: Blood and Sand (2010)” in Screening Love and Sex in the Ancient World (M. Cyrino, ed.), Palgrave 2013: 157-65
  4. “Introduction: Terence”, co-authored with Ariana Traill, in Blackwell Companion to Terence (A. Augoustakis and A. Traill, eds.), Blackwell/Wiley 2013: 1–14
  5. “Terence and Hrotsvit” in Blackwell Companion to Terence (A. Augoustakis and A. Traill, eds.), Blackwell/Wiley 2013: 397–409
  6. “Introduction: Representing Ritual and Religion in Flavian Epic” in Ritual and Religion in Flavian Epic, Oxford 2013: 1-13
  7. “Daphnis’ deductum nomen/carmen in Silius’ Sicilian Pastoral (Pun. 14.462-76)” Trends in Classics 4.1 (2012): 132-52
  8. Per hunc utero quem linquis nostro: Mothers in Flavian Epic” in Mothering and Motherhood in Ancient Greece and Rome (L. Petersen and P. B. Salzman, eds.), University of Texas Press 2012: 205-23
  9. “Silius Italicus and Tacitus on the Tragic Hero”, co-authored with Eleni Manolaraki, in Blackwell Companion to Tacitus (V. Pagán, ed.), Blackwell/Wiley 2012: 386-402
  10. sine funeris ullo ardet honore rogus: Burning Pyres in Lucan and Silius Italicus’ Punica” in Brill Companion to Lucan (Paolo Asso, ed.), Leiden 2011: 185-98
  11. Mercator Paratragoedans: Plautus Rewrites Teucer’s Exile” New England Classical Journal 37 (2010): 79-88
  12.  “Introduction” in the Brill Companion to Silius Italicus (Antony Augoustakis, ed.), Brill 2010: 1-23.
  13. “Castrate the He-Goat! Overpowering the Pater Familias in Plautus’ Mercator” Scholia 17 (2008): 37-48
  14. “The Other as Same: Non-Roman Mothers in Silius Italicus’ PunicaClassical Philology 103 (2008): 55-76.
  15. “Women’s Politics in the Streets of Rome” in Rome, Season 1: History Makes Television (Monica Silveira Cyrino, ed.), Blackwell 2008: 117-129
  16. Coniunx in limine primo: Regulus and Marcia in Punica 6” Ramus 35.2 (2006) [2008]: 144-68
  17. “An Insomniac’s Lament: The End of Poetic Power in Statius’ Silvae 5.4” Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History, Collection Latomus XIV (2008): 339-47
  18. Surus Cor Perfrigefacit: Elephants in Plautus’ PseudolusPhilologus 151 (2007): 177-82
  19.  “Introduction: Statius’s Silvae and the Poetics of Intimacy” Arethusa 40 (2007): 117-25 (co-authored with Carole E. Newlands)
  20. Unius amissi leonis: Taming the Lion and Caesar’s Tears (Silvae 2.5)” Arethusa 40 (2007): 207-21
  21. “Cutting Down the Grove in Lucan, Valerius Maximus, and Dio Cassius” Classical Quarterly 56 (2006): 634-638
  22. “Epic Re-Fashioning of an Egyptian Saint in Maffeo Vegio’s AntoniadNeulateinisches Jahrbuch 8 (2006): 5-12
  23. “Pliny Epistulae 4.13: Communal Conspiracy at Comum” Classical World 99 (2006): 419-22
  24. “Two Greek Names in Silius Italicus’ PunicaRheinisches Museum 148 (2005): 222-24
  25. Nequaquam historia digna? Plinian Style in Ep. 6.20” Classical Journal 100 (2005): 265-73
  26. Lugendam formae sine virginitate reliquit: Reading Pyrene and the Transformation of Landscape in Silius’ Punica 3” American Journal of Philology 124 (2003): 235-57.
  27. Rapit infidum victor caput: Ekphrasis and Gender Role Reversal in Silius Italicus’ Punica 15” in Being There Together: Essays in Honor of Michael C.J. Putnam on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday (Philip Thibodeau and Harry Haskell, eds.), Minnesota 2003: 110-27