A number of my forthcoming papers and other preliminary studies are available on the websites of the Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics (archived), the Social Science Research Network, where I am ranked in the top 2% of authors in all disciplines, with over 23,000 views and over 4,400 downloads, and, with over 16,000 views and close to 2,000 downloads. (Articles about the Princeton/Stanford site have been published in the academic journals Hesperia and Literary and Linguistic Computing.)


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