spissis indigna theatris
scripta pudet recitare et nugis addere pondus
- Horace -
“Mulier Testabilis: Women as Witnesses in Roman Law.” Women in Ancient Cultures: Women Disrupting the Patriarchy. (London via Zoom: 9 February 2021).
“‘Keep Quiet! You Can't Even Read Latin!’ The Satirical Purpose of Western Classics in Natsume Sōseki’s I Am a Cat.” 151st Society for Classical Studies Annual Meeting. (Washington, DC: 4 January 2020).
“‘Fighting evil by moonlight; quoting Virgil by daylight’: an unexpected reference to Virgil in Sailor Moon.” Drawing on the Past: the Pre-modern World in Comics. (London: 11 September 2018)
Respondent to Éva Jakab “Deals, Deeds, and the Law: Sale in Ancient Rome and the Provinces.” Law, Economy, and Society: Purchase and Sale in Ancient Law and its Reception. A Workshop at Harvard University. (Cambridge MA: 22–23 April 2016).
“Inachia, Horace, and Neoteric Poetry.” 147th Society for Classical Studies Annual Meeting. (San Francisco, CA: 9 January 2016).
Panel Chair: “Law, Pluralism, and Justice in Ancient Athens.” Annual Meeting of the American Society for Legal History. (Washington, DC: 30 October 2015).
“In Search of the Ancient Grotesque: Revisiting Horace’s Ars Poetica.” Seminar Series of the Department of Classics and Ancient History, the University of Auckland. (Auckland, NZ: 19 May 2014).
“Pallas goes off to war: a portentum in Virgil’s Aeneid.” 145th American Philological Association Annual Meeting. (Chicago, IL: 4 January 2014).
“Crawling between Heaven and Earth: Insect Similes in the Iliad.” Corhali Colloquium XXII: The Similes of the Iliad. (Ithaca, NY: 1 June 2013).
“Haud Ignota Loquor: Palamedes, Sinon, and the Alexandrian Footnote in Aeneid 2.” 109th Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Midwest and South. (Iowa City, IA: 19 April 2013).
“Prospero at the End of the Aeneid: An Overlooked Allusion to Virgil in Shakespeare’s The Tempest.” 110th Annual Conference of the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association. (Seattle, WA: 21 October 2012).
“Cicero, Antony, and the Auspices: Divination in the Philippics.” Seminar Series of the Department of Classics and Ancient History, the University of Auckland. (Auckland, NZ: 5 May 2009).
“Sive deae seu sint dirae obscenaeque volucres: the Harpies in Virgil’s Aeneid.” Seminar Series of the Department of Classics and Ancient History, the University of Auckland. (Auckland, NZ: 9 October 2007).