Most of my work has been in Greek poetry and Greek philosophy. I've edited the fragments of Anaxagoras (a second edition came out recently) and the epigrams of Philodemus and have also published an edition of an ancient work on how to predict the weather, a text now ascribed to Theophrastus but probably only an abridgement of Theophrastus' work on this subject. The Getty Museum published my book on The Library of the Villa dei Papiri in Herculaneum, where all the prose works of Philodemus were discovered. While continuing to work on Presocratics (Heraclitus and Empedocles at the moment) and other some other projects (including the Derveni papyrus), the next big project continues my recent work on Simonides: an edition, with commentary, of all of Simonides' poetry, which will have Ettore Cingano, of the University of Venice, as co-editor. I am also preparing the Anaxagoras volume in de Gruyter’s new series Traditio Praesocratica.
Recently Taught Graduate Courses
Elegy and Epigram