PhD 1997, University of Pennsylvania; AB Princeton, 1991
Roman ideas about communication, education, and governance, and their ongoing relevance for the modern world.
The State of Speech: Rhetoric and Political Thought in Ancient Rome (Princeton University Press,
The Life of Roman Republicanism (Princeton University Press, 2014).
“Imaginative fiction beyond morals and moralism.” Roman Declamation, ed. Martin Dinter (forthcoming, De Gruyter).
“Rhetoric and politics.” Oxford Handbook of Rhetorical Studies, ed. Michael MacDonald (forthcoming, Oxford).
“Antigone and Addison’s Cato: redeeming exemplarity in political thought.” International Journal of the Classical Tradition 21.3 (2014).
“Fantastical realism in Cicero’s postwar panegyric.” In Dicere Laudes, ed. Gianpaolo Urso (Pisa 2011) 161-7.
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