Selected Publications


2022: The Slow Fall of Babel: Languages and Identities in Late Antique Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022).


2022, forthcoming: “The Tower of Babel and Language Corruption: Approaching Linguistic Disasters in Late Antiquity.” Studies in Late Antiquity 6.3

2022, forthcoming: “The Primordial Language in Ephrem the Syrian: Was it Hebrew or Syriac after All?” Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies 25.2

2022, forthcoming: “‘He Spoke to Him in Bulgarica Lingua’: The Curious Language Reference in Gregory the Great’s Dialogues.” Palaeoslavica 30.1

2022, forthcoming: “Rushing Noise and Mingled Clamor: The Persian Language and its Speakers in Roman Sources in Late Antiquity.” De Gruyter’s Millennium-Studien series.

2020: “Xenolalia in Christian Literature of Late Antiquity.” In Language and Culture in Early Christianity: A Companion, ed. T. Denecker, M. Lamberigts, G. Partoens, P. Swiggers, T. Van Hal (Leuven: Peeters, 2020).

2017: “Palladius of Helenopolis: One Author, Two Ways to Write.” Journal of Early Christian Studies 25.3 (2017) 411-440.

2017: “Languages of Christianity in Late Antiquity: Between Universalism and Cultural Superiority.” Studia Patristica 92(18) (2017) 247-260.