1. Madness Unchained: A Reading of Virgil’s Aeneid. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2007.
  2. A Commentary on Virgil, Aeneid XI (Collection Latomus 320). Bruxelles: Éditions Latomus, 2009.
  3. Madness Transformed: A Reading of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2011.
  4. Madness Triumphant: A Reading of Lucan’s Pharsalia. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2012.
  5. Ovid: Metamorphoses X (Bloomsbury Latin Texts). London-New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014.
  6. A Reading of Lucretius’ De Rerum Natura. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2015.
  7. Virgil, Aeneid 5. Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015 (with R. Alden Smith).
  8. The Battle of Actium 31 B.C.: War for the World. Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2016.
  9. Lucullus: The Life and Times of a Roman Conqueror. Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2017. With photography by Katie McGarr.
  10. Tacitus: Annals XVI (Bloomsbury Latin Texts). London-New York: Bloomsbury, 2018. 
  11. Caligula: An Unexpected General. Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2018. With photography by Katie McGarr. 
  12. Virgil: Aeneid 8. Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2018 (with R. Alden Smith). With photography by Katie McGarr. 
  13. Pushing the Boundaries of Historia (Routledge Classical Monographs). London-New York: Routledge, 2019 (with Mary English). 
  14. Roman Conquests: Mesopotamia and Arabia. Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2020. With photography by Katelyn McGarr and Caroline Hamlin. 
  15. A Companion to Latin Epic, 14-96 C.E. Malden, Massachusetts: Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming (with Caroline Stark).
  16. Virgil, Aeneid 4. Leiden-Boston: Brill, forthcoming (with R. Alden Smith).



  • “Apollo and Leuconoe in Horace, Odes I, 11.” Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 74.2 (2003), 133-136.


  • Harum Unam: Dido’s Requiem for Pallas.” Latomus 63.4 (Octobre-Décembre 2004), 857-863.


  1. “Trickery and Deceit in Aeneid XI.” Maia LVII.I (Gennaio-Aprile 2005), 33-36.
  2. “Diana in the Aeneid.” New England Classical Journal 32.2 (May 2005), 101-115.
  3. “The Penultimate Books of Virgil’s Aeneid.” Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 80.2 (2005), 147-150.
  4. Posse Putes: Virgil’s Camilla and Ovid’s Atalanta.” In Deroux, C., ed., Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History XII (Collection Latomus 287), 2005, 185-193.


  1. Ut Videre Camillam: The Nachleben of Reckless Heroism.” Rivista di cultura classica e medioevale 48.2 (Luglio-Dicembre 2006), 287-308.
  2. Tros Italusque: Arruns in the Aeneid.” In Deroux, C., ed., Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History XIII (Collection Latomus Volume 301), Bruxelles: Éditions Latomus, 2006, 284-290.


  1. “Virgil’s Camilla.” Athenaeum XCV.I (2007), 271-286.
  2. “A Brief Reflection on the Gates of Sleep.” Latomus 66.3 (Juillet-Septembre 2007), 628-635).


  1. Laviniaque Venit Litora: Blushes, Bees, and Virgil’s Lavinia.” Maia 60.1 (2008), 40-50.
  2. Velocem Potuit Domuisse Puellam: Propertius, Catullus, and Atalanta’s Race.” Latomus 67.2 (Juin 2008), 342-352.


  • “Chiastic Doom in the Aeneid.” Latomus 68.2 (Juin 2009), 393-401.


  1. Pius Amor: Nisus, Euryalus, and the Footrace of Aeneid V.” Latomus 69.1 (Mars 2010), 43-55.
  2. Nivales Socii: Caesar. Mamurra, and the Snow of Catullus c. 57.” Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 96.3 (2010), 101-110.
  3. “Camilla and Cydippe: A Note on Aeneid 11, 581-582.” Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 96.3 (2010), 111-116 (with Michael McOsker).
  4. Seraque Terrifici: Archery, Fire, and the Enigmatic Portent of Aeneid V.” In Deroux, C., ed., Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History XV (Collection Latomus Volume 323), Bruxelles: Éditions Latomus, 2010, 196-218.


  1. Decus Fluviorum: Juturna in the Aeneid.” Athenaeum XCIX.1 (2011), 27-39.
  2. Inque Dei Latuit Terrore Lycaei: Latent Lycanthropy in Valerius and Virgil.” Maia LXIII.II (Maggio-Agosto 2011), 252-261.
  3. Dirarum ab sede dearum: Virgil’s Fury Allecto, the Dirae, and Jupiter’s Parthian Defeat.” Bolletino di studi latini XLI.II (Luglio-Dicembre 2011), 522-530.


  1. Communis Erinys: The Image of Helen in the Latin Poets.” L’Antiquité classique LXXXI (2012), 43-60 (with Johanna Braff).
  2. “Andromeda, Perseus, and the End of the Astronomica.” Maia LXIV.II (Maggio-Agosto 2012), 305-315.
  3. Princeps Ante Omnes: Palinurus and the Eerie End of Virgil’s Protesilaus.” Latomus 71.3 (Septembre 2012), 713-733.
  4. Nondum Proserpina Abstulerat: Persephone in the Aeneid.” Revue des études anciennes 114.2 (2012), 423-434.
  5. “Virgil’s Camilla and the Authenticity of the Helen Episode.” In Deroux, C., ed., Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History XVI (Collection Latomus Volume 338), 2012, 198-2010 (with Cynthia Susalla).


  • “A Poetic Menagerie: The Animal Similes of Virgil’s Aeneid.” Eranos: Acta Philologica Suecana CVII.2 (2012-2013), 67-102.


  1. Roscida pennis: Iris in the Aeneid.” Bolletino di studi latini XLIII.I (Gennaio-Giugno 2013), 123-132.
  2. Atque Arma Virum: Turnus’ Killing of Virgil in Aeneid IX.” Latomus 72.2 (Juin 2013), 400-411 (with Chelsea Faxon).
  3. Iamque Rubescebat: Aurora in the Aeneid.” Eos C.2 (2013), 297-315.


  1. Recens A Vulnere: Dido, Ajax, and the Hierachy of Heroines.” Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 106.1 (2014), 185-198.
  2. “Drowned Doublets: Virgil’s Doomed Sailors and the Archytas Ode.” Maia LXVI.I (Gennaio-Aprile 2014) (with Cynthia Susalla).
  3. “Apples for Atalanta: A Reading of Priapea c. 16.” Bolletino di studi latini XLIV.I (Gennaio-Giugno 2014), 21-32.
  4. Saevit Medio In Certamine: Mars in the Aeneid.” Arctos: Acta Philologica Fennica XLVIII (2014), 137-163.


  1. Tum Canit Hesperidum Miratam Mala Puellam: The Hesperides and Hesperia in Virgil and Ovid.” Eirene: Studia Graeca et Latina LI.I-II (2015), 27-44.
  2. Graviter Commotus: Neptune in the Aeneid.” Latomus 74.1 (Mars 2015), 130-148.
  3. Laetis Phrygibus Mirabile Sumen: Juvenal’s Twelfth Satire and the Reinvention of Epic.” Rivista di cultura classica e medioevale LVII.2 (2015), 295-310.
  4. Tumulum Antiquae Cereris: Virgil’s Ceres and the Harvest of Troy.” Bolletino di studi latini XLV.II (Luglio-Dicembre 2015), 456-472.
  5. Actoris Aurunci Spolium: A Virgilian Reading of Juvenal’s Second Satire.” L’Antiquité Classique 84 (2015), 141-150.
  6. Montium Domina: Catullus’ Diana, Rome, and the Moon’s Bastard Light.” Acta Classica LVIII (2015), 27-46.
  7. Lethaeum Ad Fluvium: Mercury in the Aeneid.” Pallas 99 (2015), 295-310.
  8. Aeterno Devinctus Amore: Vulcan in Virgil.” Paideia LXII (2015), 225-242.
  9. “Lucan’s Bees and the Ethnography of the Pharsalia.” In Esposito, P., and Walde, C., eds., Letture e lettori di Lucano: Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi Fisciano 27-29 marzo 2012, Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 2015, 57-72.


  1. Vimque Deum Infernam: Virgil’s God of the Underworld.” Graeco-Latina Brunensia 21.1 (2016), 59-72.
  2. “The Penthesilead of Quintus Smyrnaeus: A Study in Epic Reversal.” Wiener Studien 129 (2016), 207-231.
  3. Unde Pater Tiberinus: The River Tiber in Virgil’s Aeneid.” Classica et Christiana 11 (2016), 95-122.
  4. “Divine Twins: Daphne, Apollo, and an Ovidian Response to Virgil.” Bolletino di studi latini XLVI.II (Luglio-Dicembre 2016), 488-497.
  5. Necdum Orbem Medium: Night in the Aeneid.” Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae LVI.3 (September 2016), 315-331.
  6. Sate Sanguine Divum: A Brief Note on the Sibyl’s Hesiodic Rebuke of Aeneas.” Myrtia 31 (2016), 385-391.


  1. “The Ambiguous Arms of Aeneas.” Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debrecensis LIII (2017). 37-42.
  2. “Apollo in the Aeneid.” Eirene: Studia Graeca et Latina LIII.I-II (2017). 169-197.
  3. Pallasne Exurere Classem: Minerva in the Aeneid.” Arctos: Acta Philologica Fennica 51 (2017).
  4. Vesta or Vespa: A Conjecture at Pseudo-Virgil, Copa 26.” Latomus 76.4 (Décembre 2017), 975-980.


  1. “The Wolf in Virgil.” Revue des études anciennes 120.1 (2018), 101-119.
  2. “Ad Aen. 8, 672: New (Actually Old) Evidence for the Singular Spumabat.” Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 89.2 (2018), 55-59 (with Alden Smith).
  3. “Virgil’s Pastoral Apollo.” Bollettino di studi latini XLVIII, II (2018), 417-431.


  1. “A Furious Fury: Virgil’s Camilla, Livy’s Camillus, and the Reconciliations of Juno.” In English, M., and Fratantuono, L., eds. Pushing the Boundaries of Historia (Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies), London-New York: Routledge, 2019, 172-184.
  2. Alma Phoebe: Lunar References in Virgil’s Aeneid.” Graeco-Latina Brunensia 24.1 (2019), 62-79.
  3. Nymphaeque sorores: Virgil’s Sororities of Nymphs.” Myrtia 34 (2019), 339-372.
  4. Exemplum Pietatis: Lausus in the Aeneid.” Euphrosyne 47 (2019), 181-196.


  1. “Virgil’s Dido and the Death of Marcus Antonius.” Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debrecensis, Forthcoming 2020.
  2. “Virgil’s Dido and Rabirius’ Antony.” Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica, Forthcoming 2020.
  3. “Virgil’s Rival Sororities: Dido and Anna, Camilla and Acca.” Pallas, Forthcoming 2020.



  • Member of the Editorial Board and author of 110 entries in The Virgil Encyclopedia (ed. R.F.  Thomas and J.M. Ziolkowski), Malden, Massachusetts: Wiley-Blackwell, 2014. Volume I (A-E):  Acesta-Acheron-Aether-Aganippe-Amycus (1-3)-Argus (1-2)-Ariadne-Arruns-Atalanta-Aurora-Batulum-Beroë (1-2)-Bimillennium of Virgil’s Death-Butes (1-3)-Caere-Caieta-Carthage-Celemna-Coins and Medallions (with T. Corey Brennan)-Commentaries, Late Antique-Coroebus-Council of the Gods-Cyprus-Dares-Daunus-Devotio-Dicte-Drances-Elpenor-Entellus-Eratosthenes-Eschatology-Euryalus’ Mother.  Volume II (F-Pe): Galatea (1-3)-Garganus-Gifts-Glück, Louise-Golden Age-Gyas (1-2)-Helorus-Hero and Leander-Hesperia-Horcus-Huntress-Hydra-Iapyx (1-2)-Ilioneus-Janus-Judgment of Paris (with Raymond Cormier)-Laodamia-Larina-Latona-Laurentum and Laurentes-Lavinia-Lavinium-Lethe-Leucosia-Lightning-Lycaon (1-2)-Mallarmé, Stephane-Meleager (1)-Melicertes-Menoetes (1-2)-Minerva-Naxos-Nemea-Night (with Richard F. Thomas)-Oebalus-Opis (1-2)-Orcus-Orientius-Pales-Pallene-Pallor-Paraenesis.  Volume III (Ph-Z): Phoenicia-Phorcus (1-2)-Pietas-Pirithous-Poeni-Portunus-Questions-Rainbows-Research Tools-Rhadamanthus-Sabaea and Sabaei-Salius (1)-Salutation, Modes of-Sigeum-Silence-Sirens-Somnus-Sounds-Stamps. Postage-Styx-Syncretism-Syrtis-Taenarus-Tartarus-Tegea-Temples-Thersilochus (1-2)-Tiphys-Tityos-Triton (1-2)-Troilus-Tydeus-Valéry, Paul-Venulus-Vulcan (with Philip Hardie)-Wolves. 


  • “Ovid’s Metamorphoses.”  Oxford Bibliographies (Online).  Last modified 27 April, 2017.


  • Author of 22 entries in the The Tacitus Encyclopedia edited by Victoria Emma Pagán: Agrippinensis Colonia; Boii; Cestius Gallus, G. (suff. 42); Corsica; Demetrius; Isis; Italicus, king of the Cherusci; Iulius Vestinus Atticus, M.; Iunius Silanus Torquatus, L.; Laodicea; Licinius Lucullus, Lucius; Licinius Silius Nerva; Lycia/Lycii; Marius Celsus; Mevania; Nero-freedmen; Paconius Agrippinus, Q.; Satria Galla; Tiberius Iulius Alexander; Verulanus Severus; Vettius Bolanus; Vienne