1. International:

  • ‘An Elusive Pan from Mt. Parnes (IG II2 4829)’
    (XV International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Vienna 2017)
  • ‘The Indica of Ctesias and the Origins of Paradoxography’
    (Miracles and Wonders in Antiquity and Byzantium, Nicosia 2014)
  • ‘A World of Wonders: India in the Cosmographia of Sebastian Münster’ (Reading the Ancient Near East in Early Modern Europe, Dublin 2012)
  • ‘Stairs for the Nymphs: On the Inscriptions of the Alogopati Cave’
    (XIV International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Berlin 2012)
  • ‘A Lost Shrine of the Nymphs on Mt. Ossa’
    (The Archaeological Institute of America, Anaheim 2010)
  • ‘New Epigraphical Discoveries from the Tiber Island’
    (XIII International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Oxford 2007)
  • ‘Scientific Inquiry in the Works of Ctesias’
    (First International Congress on Classical Studies, Mexico City 2005)

National / Regional:

  • The Battle of the Crocian Plain: A Topographical Perspective’ (The Archaeological Institute of America, Toronto 2016)
  • ‘Βίον ἔζησε γυναικός: Gender Inversion in the Assyriaka of Ctesias’ (Displacement in Language, Literature, and Culture, Starkeville 2016)
  • ‘On a Thessalian Rock-Cut Pattern’
    (The Archaeological Institute of America, Philadelphia 2012)
  • ‘On the Cave of the Nymphs near Pharsalus’
    (The Archaeological Institute of America, Chicago 2008)
  • ‘Asclepius on the Tiber: New Inscriptions from the Tiber Island’ (The Archaeological Institute of America, San Diego 2007)
  • ‘Moles Manuque Adiutum: On the Embankment Walls of the Tiber Island’ (Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Gainesville 2006)
  • ‘Between Two Ports: On the Early Function of the Tiber Island’ (Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Madison 2005)
  • ‘Ctesias of Cnidus: Scientist and Historian’
    (The Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science, Augusta 2005)
  • ‘Invectives Against Women in Antiphon, Apollodorus and Cicero’ (Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Southern Section Winston-Salem 2004)
  • ‘The Ship Motif on Tiber Island’
    (Classical Association of the Middle West and South, St. Louis 2004)