2019: “Lysias and the Rhetoric of Citizen Honour,” in B. Griffith-Williams, J. Kucharski, and J. Filonik (eds.) The Making of Identities in Athenian Oratory. New York: Routledge, pp. 102-121.
2018: “Communities of Honor in Herodotus’ Histories,” in Ancient History Bulletin 32.3-4: 129-147.
2018: “Xenophon’s Hipparchikos and the Athenian Embrace of Citizen Philotimia,” in Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought 35.2: pp. 499-522.
2017: Review of D. Pritchard, Public Spending and Democracy in Classical Athens (University of Texas Press, 2015), in Classical Review 67.2: 441-2.
2016: “Non-material but not Immaterial: Demosthenes’ Reassessment of the Wealth of Athens,” in E. Bissa and F. Santangelo (edd.) Studies on Wealth in the Ancient World, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplement: 133, 7-20.
2016: “Honour and the Art of Xenophontic Leadership,” in R.F. Buxton (ed.) Aspects of Leadership in Xenophon, Histos Supplement: 5, 121-162.
2016: “Harmodius’ Sister, or, Rethinking Women and Honor in Classical Athens,” in Politica Antica: 6, 1-24.
2016: Review of J. Ober, The Rise and Fall of Classical Greece (Princeton University Press, 2015), in Classical Review 66.1: 159-61.
2014: Review of A. Gottesman, Politics and the Street in Democratic Athens(Cambridge University Press, 2014), in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2015.04.40
2013: Review of D.T. Engen, Honor and Profit: Athenian Trade Policy and the Economy and Society of Greece, 415-307 B.C.E. (University of Michigan Press, 2010), in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2013.07.45
2013: Review of N. Fisher & H. van Wees (edd.) Competition in the Ancient World (Classical Press of Wales, 2011), in Journal of Hellenic Studies 133: 232-3