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- M.A.: University of Chicago Department of Classics (1999).
- Ph.D.: University of Chicago Department of Classics (2003).
- Latin literature, epic, gift theory, digital classics, conversational Latin (Tesserae Project, DH 2011 Abstract), conversational Latin (information on the Conventiculum Buffaloniense).
- NEH Office of Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant for $49,835 for 2012-2013 development of the Tesserae Project.
- Elected Fellow (Sodalis Ordinarius) of Academy for Advancement of Latin (Academia Latinitati Fovendae), a scholarly organization based in Brussels and Rome, November 2011, in recognition of work advancing the use of Latin for intellectual and pedagogical discourse.
- The Commerce of War: Exchange and Social Order in Latin Epic. 2009. University of Chicago Press. (Reviews and notices: BMCR; Choice Reviews Online, October
2009; Greece & Rome 57 (2010): 132-3).
- “Ovid Negotiates with His Mistress: Roman Reciprocity from Public to Private” in The Gift in Antiquity, ed. M. Satlow (2013): 77-95
"Intertextuality in the Digital Age.” Lead author with J.-P. Koenig, S. Poornima, R. Ossewaarde, C. Forstall, and S. Jacobson. Transactions of the American Philological Association 142.2 (2012): 318-419.
"Social Relations in Lucan's Bellum Ciuile" in Brill's Companion to Lucan, Ed. P. Asso (2011): 417-32.
- "Caesar Chrematopoios" Classical Journal 106.4 (2011): 397-421.
- "Statius' Theseus: Martial or Merciful?" Classical Philology 104.2 (2009): 221-8.
- "Eteocles, Polynices, and the Economics of Violence in Statius' Thebaid" American Journal of Philology 127.3 (2006): 415-52.
- "The φορτηγοί of Theognis 667-82" Classical Quarterly 56.1 (2006): 29-30.
- Introductory Greek, Intermediate Latin, Classical Epic Traditions, Warfare in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Vergil's Eclogues, Latin Epistolography, The Philosophical Poetry of Lucretius, Roman Civilization, Literary Innovations of Greece and Rome.
- Contemporary Approaches to Intertextuality in Latin Literature, Hellenistic Poetry, History of Latin Literature, Vergil and His Critics, Exchange Ideologies and Poetics in Classical Literature.