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Libanius, Antioch as a Centre of Hellenic Culture as Observed by Libanius (selected orations), trans. and intro. . Translated Texts for Historians 34. Liverpool, 2000.
The Homilist and the Congregation: A Case Study of John Chrysostom's Homilies on Hebrews.” Augustinianum 36 (1996): 397–421.
Barnes, T. D. “Christians and the Theater.” In Roman Theater and Society, ed. , 161–80. Ann Arbor, MI, 1996.
Unruly Eloquence: Lucian and the Comedy of Traditions. Cambridge, MA, 1989.
Medieval and Modern Greek. Cambridge, 1983.
Did Imperial Rome Disarm Her Subjects?” Phoenix 29 (1975): 260–70.
Reading Renunciation: Asceticism and Scripture in Early Christianity. Princeton, 1999.
Christianity and Roman Society. Cambridge, 2004.
Limites sociales et linguistiques de la pastorale liturgique de S. Jean Chrysostome.” Augustinianum 20 (1980): 119–29.
The Pagan Holy Man in Late Antique Society.” JHS 102 (1982): 33–59.
Recherches sur les théâtres de l’Orient syrien.” Syria 38 (1961): 54–86.
From Feasting to Fasting, the Evolution of a Sin: Attitudes to Food in Late Antiquity. New York, 1996.
Greek Biography and Panegyric in Late Antiquity. Berkeley, 2000.
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Law and Empire in Late Antiquity. Cambridge, 1999.
Politics, Philosophy, and Empire in the Fourth Century: Select Orations of Themistius. Liverpool, 2001.
Culture and Society in Lucian. Cambridge, MA, 1986.
From Polis to Madina, Urban Change in Late Antique and Early Islamic Syria.” Past & Present 106 (1985): 3–27.
Caesarius of Arles: The Making of a Christian Community in Late Antique Gaul. Cambridge, 1994.
The Limits of Ancient Christianity: Essays on Late Antique Thought and Culture in Honor of R. A. Markus. Ann Arbor, MI, 1999.
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John Chrysostom on Almsgiving and the Use of Money.” HTR 87.1 (1994): 29–47.
Theatrical Shows and Ascetic Lives: John Chrysostom's Attack on Spiritual Marriage. Berkeley, 2001.
Roman Legal Institutions in Early Rabbinics and in the Acta Martyrum.” Jewish Quarterly Review 35.1 (1944): 1–57.
Female Participation and the Late Fourth-Century Preacher's Audience.” Augustinianum 39 (1999): 139–47.
Who Came to Hear John Chrysostom Preach? Recovering a Late Fourth-Century Preacher's Audience.” Ephemerides Theologicae 76 (2000): 73–87.
At Constantinople, How Often Did John Chrysostom Preach? Addressing Assumptions about the Workload of a Bishop.” Sacris Erudiri 40 (2001): 83–105.
The Career and Conversion of Dio Chrysostom.” JHS 98 (1978): 79–100.
Honestius quam ambitiosius?’ An Exploration of the Cynic's Attitude to Moral Corruption in His Fellow Men.” JHS 103 (1983): 103–23.
Medieval Monastic Preaching. Leiden, 1998.
The Book Trade in Fourth-Century Antioch.” JHS 80 (1960): 122– 6.
Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word. London, 1982.
In hora mortis: évolution de la pastorale chrétienne de la mort aux Ⅳe and Ve siècles dans l’Occident latin. Rome, 1994.
Marriage in the Western Church: The Christianization of Marriage during the Patristic and Early Medieval Periods. Leiden, 1994.
The City in Late Antiquity. London, 1992.
Greek Declamation. Cambridge, 1983.
Archaeological Evidence for the Interaction of Jews and Non-Jews in Late Antiquity.” AJA 96.1 (1992): 101–18.
The Economy of Roman Palestine. London, 1994.
Sidelights on Greek Philosophers.” JHS 77 (1957): 132–41.
Lady Chatterley's Lover and the Attic Orators: The Social Composition of the Athenian Jury.” JHS 110 (1990): 146–73.
Socrates of Constantinople: Historian of Church and State. Ann Arbor, MI, 1997.
Theodoret of Cyrrhus: The Bishop and the Holy Man. Ann Arbor, MI, 2002.
Diogenes Epikourios: Keep Taking the Tablets.” JHS 120 (2000): 144–8.