Canidia: Rome’s First Witch. New York: Bloomsbury Press, 2017.
“Companions of Aeneas: Gamifying Intermediate Latin.” Teaching Classical Languages 7.1 (Spring 2016): 1-16.
“QVAE SAGA, QVIS MAGVS: On the Vocabulary of the Roman Witch.” Classical Quarterly vol. 64, no. 2 (Dec., 2014): 745-757.
Paule on Stratton and Kalleres, Daughters of Hecate: Women and Magic in the Ancient World. In Bryn Mawr Classical Review July, 2015.
Paule on Shelmerdine, Introduction to Latin, 2nd Edition. In Bryn Mawr Classical Review July, 2013.
“Home at Any Cost: Aeneadic Echoes in AMC’s The Walking Dead (2010 - )” Representing “Home”: The 2017 Film and History Conference (Milwaukee, WI)
“Heracles Goes to Washington: The Apotheosis of an American Patriot in Olympus Has Fallen (2013)”
Gods and Heretics: The 2016 Film and History Conference (Milwaukee, WI)
“Nausicaa the Furious: A Homeric Antecedent in Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)” Journeys, Detours and Breakdowns: The 2015 Film and History Conference (Madison, WI)
“On Classics and the Modern World”
A Colloquium in honor of the retirement of Thomas Van Nortwick (Oberlin, OH, 2015)
“Persona Grata: Role Playing Games in Language and Civilization Instruction” The Society for Classical Studies (New Orleans, LA, 2015)
“Incipe, parve puer, cognoscere Canidiam: Visions of Civil War in Horace’s Fifth Epode
Ancient Literary and Visual Representations of the Roman Civil Wars of the 40s and 30s BC (Margherita di Savoia, Puglia, Italy, 2012)
“Hag and Snatcher: Canidia as Child-Killing Demon in Horace’s Epode 5”
The Classical Association of the Midwest and South (Baton Rouge, LA, 2012)
“Canidia’s Many Faces: On the Pluralistic Nature of the Roman ‘Witch’ ”
The Classical Association of the Midwest and South (Grand Rapids, MI, 2011)
“The Sparrow’s Death at Troy: A Metapoetic Reading of Catullus 65”
The Classical Association of the Midwest and South (Tulsa, OK, 2010)
“The Portentous Owl, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bubo”
On the Border: Animals, Hybrids and Monsters in Ancient Culture, (joint conference between The Ohio State University and the University of Sienna, Italy, 2008)
Per Purum Tonans: Aspects of the Natural and Supernatural in Antiquity
(University of Virginia, 2007)