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Publications  

 

Latin Poetry:

 

Propertius:  Modernist Poet of Antiquity (Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press, 1989)  

"Vocabulary Analysis and the Generic Classification of Literature," Phoenix 31 (1977) 341-348

"Pictorial Art and Ovid's Amores," Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 20 (1985) 111-120

"Propertius' 'Elegiacization' of Homer," Maia 37 (1985) 17-26

"Catullus 58 b Defended," Mnemosyne 39 (1986) 305-312

"Horribilesque Ultimosque Britannos," Glotta 68 (1990) 120-123

"Catullus' Sapphics:  Metrical Renunciation," delivered to the American Philological Association annual meetings, December 1987, New York City;  abstract, published in American Philological Association Annual Meeting 1987:  Abstracts (Decatur 1987) 134

"The First Silent Reader of Latin Literature," Classical World 100 (2006) 43-44.

Review, M. Pulbrook, Ovid:  Nux (Kildare, Ireland, 1985), Classical World 81 (1988) 240.

Review, J. Ferguson, Catullus (Oxford 1988), Classical World 83 (1989) 132.

Review, Charles Martin, translator, OvidMetamorphoses (Norton 2004), Tulsa World, October 9, 2005, H 9.

Review, Genevieve Liveley, Ovid:  Love Songs (London 2005), Bryn Mawr Classical review 2006.02.29.

Review, Ed DeHoratius, An Ovid Reader (Newburyport 2009), Classical Bulletin 84 (2009) 127-28.

 

 

Latin Silver Prose:

 

"A Survey of Suetonius Scholarship, 1938-1987," Classical World 86.5 (1993) (monograph-length annotated bibliography)

"Caligula's Madness:  Madness or Interictal Temporal Lobe Epilepsy?," Classical World 82 (1989) 370-375

"Liberatum at Petronius Satyricon 54.5," Mnemosyne 4 (1990) 453- 454

"Caligula's Phobias and Philias:  Fear of Seizure?," Classical Journal 87 (1992) 159-163

"Nero and Agrippina's Goodbye Kiss:  Papillas or Pupillas?," Maia 44 (1992) 161-163

"manum de tabula:  Petronius Satyricon 76.9," Classical Philology 90 (1995) 343-345

"Structure and Fate in Suetonius' Galba," Classical Journal 92 (1997) 167-173

"Caligula's Madness:  Madness or Interictal Temporal Lobe Epilepsy?," delivered to the American Philological Association annual meetings, December 1986, San Antonio;  abstract published in American Philological Association Annual Meeting 1986:  Abstracts (Decatur 1986) 137

"The Epilepsy of the Julio-Claudian Family," delivered to the American Philological Association annual meetings, December 1989, Boston;  abstract published in American Philological Association:  Abstracts (Decatur 1989) 84 

"Structure and Fate in Suetonius' Galba," delivered to the American Philological Association annual meetings, December 1995;  abstract published American Philological Association:  Abstracts (Decatur 1995) 84  

Review, R. Wise, Director, I Claudius video series, Classical World 85 (1991) 142-143

Review, Donna W. Hurley, An Historical and Historiographical Commentary on Suetonius "Life of C. Caligula" (Atlanta 1993), Classical World 89 (1996) 504-505

Review, Hugh Lindsay, Suetonius:  Tiberius (London 1995),  Classical Outlook 74 (1996) 44  

Review, Maria Plaza, Laughter and Derision in Petronius' Satyrica (Stockholm 2000), Classical Journal 97 (2001) 96-98

 

Greek;  Aesthetics, Literary Criticism and Homer:

 

Literature and the Visual Arts in Ancient Greece and Rome (Norman, The University of Oklahoma Press 2000).

"Lessing, Plutarch De Gloria Atheniensium 3 and Dio Chrysostom Oratio 12, 70," Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 27 (1987) 101-105.

"Plutarch on the Epilepsy of Julius Caesar," Ancient World 25 (1994) 159-164.

"Plutarch on the Epilepsy of Julius Caesar," delivered to the second International Plutarch Society Conference, University College, Oxford, UK, September 1989 abstract , published in Ploutarchos 6.1 (November 1989) 18-19.

"Phidias' kalloV kai megeqoV," delivered to the American Philological Association, 1/5/2001abstract published  American Philological Association 132nd Annual Meeting:  Abstracts (Philadelphia 2001) 14.

"Geometrical Structure in Five Homeric Similes," forthcoming in Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica.

Review, M. Fantuzzi, Bionis Smyrnaei:  Epitaphium Adonidis (Liverpool 1985), Classical World 82 (1989) 208-209.

Review, John H. Molyneux, Simonides:  A Historical Study (Wauconda 1992), Classical World 88 (1995) 208.

Review of William W. Fortenbaugh and Eckart Schuetrumpf, Demetrius of PhalerumText, Translation and Discussion (New Brunswick and London 1999) Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2002.04.11.

Review, Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox, Lysias: Selected Speeches 1, 2, 3, 4, and 24 (Newburyport 2003) Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2004.08.21.

Review of Bruce Louden, The Iliad: Structure, Myth, and Meaning. Baltimore: 2006, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.01.21

Review of Benjamin Sammons, The Art and Rhetoric of the Homeric Catalogue, Oxford/New York:  Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2010.09.55.

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Paleography:

 

"Polemius Silvius and Related Catalogues of Animal Sounds," Mnemosyne 53 (2000) 171-79.  

"Cambridge University Library L1 1 14, F. 46r-v:  A Late Medieval Natural Scientist at Work," Neophilologus.86 (2002) 171-77.

"Ut balatus ouis sic est rugire leonis:  Medieval Composition and Modern Editing," Wiener Studien 117 (2004) 225-32.

"Pseudo-Suetoniana from London, British Library Old Kings CIV, ff. 212v-213v," Rheinisches Museum 152 (2009 358-68.

 

Miscellaneous:

 

Guest Editor (with Corinna Del Greco Lobner), "Dante & Modernism," Lectura Dantis 12 (1993), containing papers from 7th Annual Comparative Literature Symposium

Review, H. Royden, Magistrates of the Roman Professional Collegia from the First to the Third Century, A.D. (Pisa 1988), Classical World 84 (1991) 324