• “Marriage, Cosmic Tranquility, and the Homeric Retiring Scene,” forthcoming in Classical World.

  • “A Quartet of Graeco-Aryan Demi-goddesses: Leukothea, Eidothea, Ulupi and Varga” Journal of Indo-European Studies 38 (2010) 1-25.

  • "The Wild Man and the Courtesan: An Episode from Near Eastern Epic in the Mahabharata," co-authored with Tzvi Abusch, Brandeis University.  Forthcoming in Globalisation in the First Millennium: Collected Papers of the Sixth Symposium of the Assyrian and Babylonian Intellectual Heritage Project.

  •  “The Transformation of Rśyaśrnga: Towards a Comparative Approach to Evaluating Proposed Narrative Parallels,” in Gazing on the Deep: Ancient near Eastern and Other Studies in Honor of Tzvi Abusch. CDL Press (Maryland, 2005) pps.637-662.

  • "The Goddess Takes the Reins: Diomedes' Aristeia and Bhisma and Ganga in the Mahabharata," Studia Indo-Europea 3 (2006) 237-258.

  • "Married Hero / Single Princess: Homer's Nausicaa and the Indic Citrangada," Journal of Indo-European Studies 37 (2009) 214-224.

  • "An Indic Reflex of the Homeric Cyclopeia" Classical Journal 101.2 (2005) 125-60.

  • “Now Pass Your Paper to Your Neighbor…:” A Disrespected, Under-Utilized and Highly Effective Teaching Strategy,” Classical Journal 104.1 (2008) 59-62.

  • Four entries (column, pillar, pilaster, and epistyle/architrave) for the Encyclopedia of Early Christian Art and Architecture, edited by Paul Corby Finney (Garland Press).

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