Classically Inclined



2017. The Ethics of the Family in Seneca. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
BMCR review by Brad Inwood.
Review at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews by Gretchen Reydams-Schils.

The Ethics of the Family in Seneca

The Ethics of the Family in Seneca

Articles and Book Chapters

2016: This Is Not A Chapter About Jane Harrison: Classicists at Newnham College, 1882-1922. In Women Classical Scholars. Unsealing the Fountain from the Renaissance to Jacqueline de Romilly, eds. E. Hall and R. Wyles. Oxford University Press: 153-175.

2015: Ovid and His Ars: Preparing A Commentary For The Online Companion To The Worlds Of Roman Women. Teaching Classical Languages 6.1: 1-17.

2014: Show Me The Way To Go Home: A Reconsideration of Seneca’s De Consolatione ad Polybium. The American Journal of Philology 135.3: 451-480.

2014: My Family Tree Goes Back To The Romans: Seneca’s Approach To The Family In The Epistulae Morales. In Seneca Philosophus, eds. J. Wildberger and M.L. Colish. Berlin: De Gruyter: 229-268.

2013: “The Dragon-green, the Luminous, the Dark, the Serpent-haunted Sea”: Monsters, Landscape and Gender in Clash of the Titans (1981 and 2010). New Voices In Classical Reception Studies, Conference Proceedings volume 1: 64-75.

2013: Reading Rape in Ovid’s Metamorphoses: A Test-Case Lesson. Classical World 106.4: 676-681.

2013: five entries for the Virgil Encyclopedia, eds. R. Thomas and J. Ziolkowski, Wiley-Blackwell on Andromache; consolatio; familial relationship (with Tim O’Sullivan); reception, theories of; and stepmothers.

2012: She’s Only A Bird in a Gilded Cage: Freedwomen at Trimalchio’s Dinner Party. Classical Quarterly 62.1: 260-280.

2011: Teaching Sex and Gender in the Ancient World. Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy 11.2: 25-35.


Book Reviews

2017: Review of Hidden Lives, Public Personae. Women and Civic Life in the Roman West by Emily A. Hemelrijk. The Classical Review 67.1: 185-7.

2015: Review of The Oxford Anthology of Roman Literature, edited by P.E. Knox and J.C. McKeown. The Classical Review 65.1: 301-2.

2012: Review of The Empire of the Self by Christopher Star. Hermathena 192: 107-111.

2011: Review of A Companion to Families in the Greek and Roman Worlds, edited by Beryl Rawson. Scholia 20.26.

2008: Review of Prostitutes and Courtesans in the Ancient World, edited by Christopher Faraone and Laura McClure. Cloelia 38.1: 25-7.

2007: Review of Culture and Philosophy in the Age of Plotinus by Mark Edwards. Classical Bulletin 83.2: 328-9.

2006: Review of Stoic Warriors by Nancy Sherman. Bryn Mawr Classical Review.


Online Commentaries

2011: Text and commentary on Ovid’s Ars Amatoria 3.281-310 for the Online Companion to the Worlds of Roman Women.

2009: Text and commentary on the aunt of Seneca in the ad Helviam, for the Online Companion to the Worlds of Roman Women.

2008: Text and commentary on Paulina, the wife of Seneca, for the Online Companion to the Worlds of Roman Women.


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