Evagrius and His Legacy. Co-edited with Robin Darling Young. South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press. Under preparation.
The Theology of Arithmetic: Number Symbolism in Platonism and Early Christianity. Hellenic Studies Series 59. Washington, D.C.: Center for Hellenic Studies, 2013.
Guide to Evagrius Ponticus. Washington, D.C., 2012. evagriusponticus.net.
"Scriptoria." "Alexandria." The Dictionary of the Bible in Ancient Media. Edited by Tom Thatcher, Chris Keith, Raymond Person, Elsie Stern. T & T Clark, forthcoming.
"Introducing Athena Ruby, Dumbarton Oaks' New Font for Byzantine Inscriptions." [Untitled proceedings for the epigraphy roundtable at the International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Sofia, 2011.] Forthcoming.
"Evagrius Ponticus." "Melania the Elder." "Prayer, Christian." The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
"Evagrius and Chapters." To appear in Evagrius and His Legacy (see above).
"Canonical References in Electronic Texts: Rationale and Best Practices." Digital Humanities Quarterly, forthcoming.
"The Soul’s Cure in Letters: The Death of Gregory of Nazianzus and the Consolation of Evagrius of Pontus." American Benedictine Review 65, no. 2 (2014): 135-144.
"Pachomius and the Mystery of the Letters." Ascetic Culture: Essays in Honor of Philip Rousseau. Edited by Blake Lyerley and Robin Darling Young. South Bend: South Bend: University of Notre Dame Press, 2013. Pp. 11-28.
"The Epistula fidei of Evagrius of Pontus: An Answer to Constantinople." Journal of Early Christian Studies 20, no. 1 (Spring 2012): 113-139.
Athena Ruby. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks, forthcoming. OpenType font for representing Byzantine inscriptions. This Unicode-compliant, web-open format font has about 750 characters: letters from the Latin and Greek alphabets, punctuation, and symbols. It is designed to facilitate publications in sigillography and numismatics, where variant letterforms and ligatures are critical in rendering first-order transcriptions. I am the architect and project manager. See the demo site, featuring tools I wrote, including a conversion tool for the old font and a visual keyboard.
Formation of the Early Christian Theology of Arithmetic: Number Symbolism in the Late Second and Early Third Century, directed by William J. McCarthy, readers Philip Rousseau, Christoph Markschies, and Susan Wessel. Dissertation awarded with distinction 18 April 2006. Available for purchase through UMI Proquest Digital Dissertations.
Iconography by Colette M. Kalvesmaki. Includes gallery of icons and schedule of workshops.
The Theology of Arithmetic: Numbers in Antiquity. Informal collection of items on ancient number symbolism.
Three essays written in 1996, revised in 2003
Essays concerning the Orthodox Church in
Assorted essays written in 2012
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