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- Deborah Kamen, Insults in Classical Athens
- Stephen E. Hinds, Foreword to collected papers of Denis Feeney
- Sarah Levin-Richardson, Sex and Slavery at Pompeii
- Sarah Levin-Richardson, , Deborah Kamen, “Epigraphy and Critical Fabulation: Imagining Narratives of Greco-Roman Sexual Slavery”
- Deborah Kamen, Pseudo-Demosthenes: Against Neaira
- Sarah Levin-Richardson, The Brothel of Pompeii: Sex, Class and Gender at the Margins of Roman Society.