Articles in Print
“Gendered Recognitions in Menander’s Sikyonioi.” EuGeStA 6 (2016): 41-65.
“Violence against Women in Ancient Rome.” In The Topography of Violence in the Greco-Roman World. Eds. Garrett G. Fagan and Werner Riess. University of Michigan Press. 2016. 248-274.
“Harlots, Tarts, and Hussies? A Problem of Terminology for Sex Labor in Roman Comedy.” Helios 42.1 (Spring 2015) 7-27.
“An Ideal Reception: Oscar Wilde, Menander’s Comedy and the Context of Victorian Classical Studies.” In Menander in Contexts. Ed. Alan Sommerstein. Routledge. 2014. 215-32.
The Togo Salmon Centenary Exhibition: The Classical World and Its Influence. Museum Catalogue. A. G. McKay, Nikki Cormier, Serena Witzke (McMaster Museum of Art, 2005).
Articles In Press and Forthcoming
Entries in Blackwell’s Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy, ed. Alan Sommerstein: modern western comedy, as heir of New Comedy; Maurice Guillaume Guizot; and Oscar Wilde.
“Gender and Sexuality in Plautus.” Forthcoming in the Blackwell Companion to Plautus, eds. Dorota Dutsch and George F. Franko. Publication 2017.
“‘I Knew I Had a Brother!’ Fraternity and Identity in Plautus’ Menaechmi and Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest.” Forthcoming in Oscar Wilde and the Classics, eds. Alastair Blanshard, Iarla Manny, Kathleen Riley, Oxford Univ. Press.
Work in Progress
Reconsidering the Recognition Plot: Menander, Plautus, and Terence. Book manuscript.
Menaechmi, translated with introduction and notes. University of Wisconsin Press, planned series of the corpus of Greek and Roman New Comedy. Series editor: Sharon L. James.
Sikyonioi, translated with introduction and notes. University of Wisconsin Press, planned series of the corpus of Greek and Roman New Comedy. Series editor: Sharon L. James.
“Ethics in Roman New Comedy.” Bloomsbury Methuen series: A Cultural History of Comedy, Antiquity volume, ed. Michael Ewans.
Strong, Anise K., Prostitutes and Matrons in the Roman World. In Progress for JRS.
Rebecca Futo Kennedy, Immigrant Women in Athens. CJ–Online 2015.04.10.
Iain Ross, Oscar Wilde and Ancient Greece. Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2014.02.04.
Diotima (www.stoa.org/diotima) for the NEH Popular Romance Project: http://popularromanceproject.org/diotima-classical-love/