Fields of interest:
Tombs, burial customs and the construction of identities in Early Iron Age Greece, weapons and warfare in Ancient Greece, the archaeology of Early Iron Age Boeotia and Thessaly.
The Effects of the Economic Crisis on Greek Heritage: A View from the Private Cultural Sector,
Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies, 2013, 1.3, 242-245.
The Transition from the Late Bronze to the Early Iron Age in Thessaly: Some Thoughts, In: Mazarakis-Ainian A. (ed.), The “Dark Ages” Revisited.
An International Symposium in Memory of William D.E. Coulson, University of Thessaly, 14-17 June 2007., Volos, 2011, 627-633.
Chapter 23: Weapons and Warfare,
In: Cline, E. H. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Bronze Age Aegean., Oxford University Press, New York and London, 2010, 305-314.
Dying in Early Iron Age Thessaly,
In: Mazarakis-Ainian, A. (ed.), Acts of the 2nd Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece 2003-2005. From Prehistory to the Contemporary Period. University of Thessaly, 16-19 March 2006, Volos, 2009, 195-205.
Between Admetus and Jason: Pherai in the Early Iron Age,
In: Gallou, C., M. Georgiadis and G. Muskett (eds.), DIOSKOUROI. Studies presented to W.G. Cavanagh and C.B. Mee on the anniversary of their 30-year joint contribution to Aegean Archaeology, BAR I.S. 1889, British Archaeological Reports Limited, Oxford, 2008, 274-280.
Weapons and Warfare in Early Iron Age Thessaly,
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, 2005, 5.2, 63-74.
Constructing Identities in Early Iron Age Thessaly: the Case of the Halos Tumuli,
Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 2002, 21.3, 289-298.
Early Iron Age Tholos Tombs in Thessaly (c. 1100-700 BC),
Mediterranean Archaeology, 2000, 13, 47-54.