“Toward an Archaeology of Care” will appear in Ancient Art Revisited, Carl Knappett and Christopher Watts, eds. (Routledge 2022).

Abstract: A pyxis, or small, portable, lidded container, is an object often associated with women’s private life and personal care. Artists working in the fifth century BCE in Athens crafted a number of these containers from clay and painted them with scenes of women in community with each other. These containers offer a meso-scale at which to analyze the materialization of women’s communities of care in the ancient Greek past. Building from the philosophical framework of a feminist ethic of care to analyze this group of objects illuminates some of the networks of care undergirding ancient communities. An archaeology of care centers these networks of care and the role of careworkers and carework in forging and maintaining communities.

“Overwriting the monument tradition: Lists, loss, and scale” RES: Anthropology and aesthetics (2021): 266-281.

“Antiochene Echoes” Musiva & Sectile 18 (2021)

“An Archaeology of Disability” with David Gissen and Mantha Zarmakoupi in How Will We Live Together? edited by Hakim Sarkis (2021), 54-55.

“Space as Form: Sappho Now” Open Space (April 2020)

"Following the performance [of extreme lyric i], artistic director Hope Mohr, writer and co-author of extreme lyric i, Maxe Crandall, and poet Dora Malech came together for a conversation on stage: “Space as Form: Sappho Now.” It is a pleasure to offer excerpts of this conversation via this space, through which we might continue nurturing our collective and collaborative Lyric I."

"The Unbearable Whiteness of Whiteness" Art Practical (2018)

Aslı Çavuşoğlu, The Place of Stone ASAP (2018)

"Devoted to the shifting valences of the color blue, Çavuşoğlu’s fresco maps transnational connections, situates ancient forms in contemporary discourse, and mines histories of pigments and materials to build up The Place of Stone from multiple loci." 

I wrote about navigating academia and parenthood with Emily Wilson's Odysseyin "A Mother's Odyssey" Eidolon (Aug 31, 2018)

"The Materiality of Color in Ancient Mediterranean Art" in Essays in Global Color History: Interpreting the Ancient Spectrum ed. R. Goldman (Gorgias Press, 2016).

"Torn Bodies for Pleasure: Classicism and Monstrosity in Picasso's illustrations of Ovid's Metamorphoses" in Picasso & Rivera: Conversations Across Time (2016), is available here.

A Spanish edition of the complete catalogue and of my essay "Cuerpos destrozados por placer: clasicismo y monstruosidad en las ilustraciones de Picasso para las Metamorfosis de Ovidio", is also available.

Review of Jeremiah Barber, Alison Pebworth, and Rob Godshaw at Recology Artist-in-Residence (February 9, 2016)

“Hold On” Goop (15 Feb 2015) about navigating change in the aftermath of my husband's traumatic accident.

"Mending with Gold"  in Scars: an anthology, edited by Erin Wood (2015). The book is available directly from et alia Press.

“‘Let No One Wonder At This Image” A Phoenician Funerary Stele
in Athens”
Hesperia (2005): 427–449.