Academic Writing


*Forthcoming* Greenfield, P., Radford, F. 2024. Your Cheeky Guide to the Roman EmpireUlysses Press

Greenfield, P., Radford, F. 2023. Rex: The Seven Kings of Rome – Highlands Press

Doctoral Thesis

Greenfield, P. 2012. Virgin Territory: The Vestals and the Transition from Republic to PrincipateThe University of Sydney

Honours Thesis

Greenfield, P. 2007. A Study in the Representation and Activity of Domitilla, Domitia and Julia Titi – Macquarie University

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Radford, F., Greenfield, P. 2019. Crucifixion on the Dance Floor: Rome Vs Spartacus – Classicum 45.1, 25-39.

Greenfield, P. 2010. The Final Competition of the Triumviral Period: Octavian, Mark Antony and the Vestal Virgins – Teaching History 44.4, 8-11 (ISSN: 0040 602)


Greenfield, P. 30 November 2023. Mark B. Wilson, Dictator: The Evolution of the Roman Dictatorship (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2021). 9780472132669 – Rhea Classical Review

Greenfield, P. 2020. A. L. Walker Bride of Hades to Bride of Christ. The Virgin and the Otherworldly Bridegroom in Ancient Greece and Early Christian Rome. London and New York: Routledge – The Classical Review 70.2

Greenfield, P. A. 2020. Bielman Sánchez (ed.) Power Couples in Antiquity. Transversal Perspectives. London and New York: Routledge – The Classical Review 70.1

Greenfield, P. 2019. Brett M. Rogers, Benjamin Eldon Stevens, Once and Future Antiquities in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Bloomsbury studies in classical reception – Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2019.10.13 

Greenfield, P. 2018. Maxwell Teitel Paule, Canidia, Rome’s First Witch. Bloomsbury classical studies monographs Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018.01.07

Greenfield, P. 2016. Molly M. Lindner: Portraits of the Vestal Virgins: Priestesses of Ancient Rome – Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2016.04.49

Greenfield, P.  2015. Amanda Lotz: Cable Guys: Television and Masculinities in the Twenty-First Century – Philament 20 (February) 186-9.

Greenfield, P. 2008. Robin Lorsch Wildfang: Rome’s Vestal Virgins: A Study of Rome’s Vestal Priestesses in the late Republic and Early Empire – Classicum 34.1 (April) 32-3.