"Sexual Ambiguity? Androgynous Imagery in Etruria." Etruscan Studies 14 (2011), 71-93.
"Isn't S/he Lovely? An Investigation of Androgyny in Etruscan Art." In Gender Identities in the First Millennium BC, edited by Kathryn Lomas and Edward Herring, 97-107. Oxford: Archaeopress, BAR International Series, 2009.
Ancient Mediterranean Art: The William D. and Jane Walsh Collection at Fordham University, edited by Barbara Cavaliere and Jennifer Udell for Etruscan Studies, 17.1. To be submitted January 2014.
Chapter review of "The Etruscans" for Wadsworth, Cenage Learning—Kleiner, Fred S. 2012. Gardner's Art Through the Ages: A Global History, Vol. 1. Boston: Wadsworth Publishers. Submitted March 2012.
"Their Women Exercise in the Nude! Greco-Roman Perception of Etruria," Southeastern College Art Conference Annual Conference, Greensboro, North Carolina, October-November 2013.
"Malevolent or Meaningful Beauty? Female Aesthetics in Etruscan Society," Fifth Global Conference: Evil, Women and the Feminine, Prague, Czech Republic, May 2013.
"On the Sidelines: The Etruscans, Gender and Androgyny," Classical Association of the Canadian West Annual Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, March 2013.
"Fact or Fiction? The Truth About Etruscan Women," Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, March 2013.
"Being a Girl in Etruria: Examining Etruscan Female Adolescence," Annual International Conference on Fine and Performing Arts (Athens Institute for Education and Research), Athens, Greece, June 2011.
"Silent" Girlhood: Reconstructing Etruscan Female Adolescence," Girls in Antiquity Conference (German Archaeological Institute), Berlin, Germany, October 2010.
"The Labyrinth: An Art Historical Perspective," invited lecture for the Monday Noon Series Lecture at the University of Missouri-Saint Louis, February 2010.