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Forthcoming and In Progress:

  • 'Language and metaphor.' In H. L. Spelman ed. The Cambridge Companion to Pindar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • 'Singing into being.'
  • 'Reading for the unknowable ground: Anne Carson's Greek lyric poetry.' In C. Wiesenthal ed. Anne Carson and the Unknown.
  • 'Epinician and epigram.' In H. Beck, C. Constantakopolou, and J. McInerney eds. The Oxford History of the Classical Greek World.

Present and Past:

  • 2024: 'Pindar and the nature of contemplation.' in B. Xinue ed. Texts, Temporalities, Ideologies: Ancient and Early Modern Perspectives, 107-23. London: Bloomsbury.
  • 2023: ‘Imagining bodies with Gorgias.’ In X. Buxton & E. Clifford eds. The Imagination of the Mind in Classical Athens: Forms of Thought, 230–50. London: Routledge.
  • 2022: 'Bacchylides.' In L. Swift ed. A Companion to Greek Lyric, 346–61. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • 2020: Review of Spelman, H. L. 2018. Pindar and the Poetics of Permanence (Cambridge): Journal of Hellenic Studies 140: 249–50.
  • 2020: ‘Lyric reception and sophistic literarity in Timotheus’ Persae.’ In B. G. F. Currie & I. C. Rutherford eds. The Reception of Greek Lyric Poetry in the Ancient World: Tra[nsmiss]ion, {Canon}ization <and Paratext>. Mnemosyne Supplement 430: 205–38. Leiden and Boston: Brill.
  • 2019: ‘The allure of narrative in Greek lyric poetry.’ In J. Grethlein, L. Huitink & A. Tagliabue eds. Experience, Narrative, and Criticism in Ancient Greece: Under the Spell of Stories, 36–58. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2018: ‘Materialities of political commitment? Textual events, material culture, and metaliterarity in Alcaeus.’ In F. Budelmann & T. Phillips eds. Textual Events: Performance and the Lyric in Early Greece, 93–113. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2017: Pindar's Eyes: Visual and Material Culture in Epinician PoetryLink opens in a new window. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2016: Review of LeVen, P. A. 2014. The Many-Headed Muse: Tradition and Innovation in Late Classical Greek Lyric Poetry (Cambridge): Journal of Hellenic Studies 136: 190–1.
  • 2013: 'Kleos v stone? Lyric poetry and contexts for memorialization.' In P. Liddel & P. Low eds. Inscriptions and their Uses in Greek and Latin Literature, 231–53. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2013: 'Athens and the empire: the contextual flexibility of dithyramb, and its imperialist ramifications.' In B. Kowalzig & P. Wilson eds. Dithyramb in Context, 133–52. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2012: 'Pindar.' In R. S. Bagnall et al. eds. The Encyclopedia of Ancient History, 5328–9. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • 2012: 'Bacchylidean myths.' In P. Agocs, C. Carey, & R. Rawles eds. Reading the Victory Ode, 321–43. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • 2012: Review of Day, J. W. 2010. Archaic Greek Epigram and Dedication: Representation and Reperformance (Cambridge): Journal of Hellenic Studies 132: 175–6.
  • 2011: 'The Keians and their choral lyric: Athenian, epichoric, and panhellenic perspectives.’ In L. Athanassaki & E. L. Bowie eds. Archaic and Classical Choral Song: Performance, Politics & Dissemination, 207–34. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • 2011: Review of Spencer, P. ed. 2007. The Egypt Exploration Society: The Early Years (London): Journal of Hellenic Studies 131: 302–3.
  • 2011: ed. Aegina: Contexts for Choral Lyric Poetry. Myth, History, and Identity in the Fifth Century BC Link opens in a new window. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    reviewed in: Religious Studies Review 38.1 (2012) 15 (Jenny Strauss Clay); Greece & Rome 58.2 (2011) 242–3 (Malcolm Heath).
  • 2011: 'Introduction: Aegina in contexts.' In D. W. Fearn ed. Aegina: Contexts for Choral Lyric Poetry, 1–28. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2011: 'Aeginetan epinician culture: naming, ritual, and politics.' In D. W. Fearn ed. Aegina: Contexts for Choral Lyric Poetry, 175–226. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2010: 'Imperialist fragmentation and the discovery of Bacchylides.' in M. Bradley ed. Classics and Imperialism in the British Empire, 58–85. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 2009: 'Oligarchic Hestia: Bacchylides 14B and Pindar, Nemean 11', Journal of Hellenic Studies 129: 23–38.
  • 2009: Review of S. Hornblower & K. Morgan eds. (2007) Pindar’s Poetry, Patrons, and Festivals (Oxford): Journal of Hellenic Studies 129: 140–1.
  • 2007: Bacchylides: Politics, Performance, Poetic TraditionLink opens in a new window. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    reviewed in: Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.11.14 (Giambattista D'Alessio); Journal of Hellenic Studies 129 (2009) 141–2 (Douglas Cairns)
  • 2007: 'Herodotos 5.17–22. Narrating ambiguity: murder and Macedonian allegiance.' In E. Irwin & E. Greenwood eds. Reading Herodotus: A Study of the logoi in Book 5 of Herodotus' Histories, 98–127. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.