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Codex Coburgensis Nr. 21. Ein verschollener Zirkussarkophag in Privatbesitz
(Gebr. Mann Verlag, 2003)
Responding to the Antique. A Rediscovered Roman Circus Sarcophagus and its Renaissance Afterlife
(Berlin-Brandenbrugische Akademie der Wissenschaften; Humboldt - Universitate zu Berlin, 2005)
Article describes a late imperial-period Roman sarcophagus and discusses how classical and Renaissance art historians reconstructed, dated, and interpreted it.
The Face of Victory? A Misidentified Head in Rome and the "Problem" of Charioteer Portraits
(Ausonius Editions, 2008)
Chapter examines a piece of Roman statuary, arguing that it is not in fact a depiction of a Roman charioteer, but rather an ideal figure, probably a Greek athlete.
(Franz Steiner Verlag, 2006)
Resurrecting "Sizwe Banzi is Dead" (1972-2008): John Kani, Winston Ntshona, Athol Fugard, and Postapartheid South Africa
(American Society for Theatre Research, 2009-05)
On 30 June 2006 at the annual National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, South Africa, two giants of South African protest theatre, John Kani and Winston Ntshona, performed as the original cast of the landmark struggle drama ...