T. Saunders (2008) Bucolic Ecology: Virgil’s Eclogues and the Environmental Literary Tradition. Duckworth [now Bloomsbury Academic]. More details here

Edited volumes

T. Saunders (ed.) (2017) Peripheral Figures: British and Irish Receptions of Nordic Literature and Culture. Special issue of the journal Scandinavica (56.1). Foreword

T. Saunders, C. Martindale, R. Pite and M. Skoie (eds.) (2012) Romans and Romantics. Oxford University Press. More details here

Articles and book chapters

T. Saunders (2017) “Peripheries of Space, Self and Literary Style in R. S. Thomas’s Readings of Søren Kierkegaard,” Scandinavica 56.1: 59-93

M. Rosello and T. Saunders (2017) “Ecology,” in J. Schimanski and S. Wolfe (eds.) Border Aesthetics: Concepts and Intersections, 25-49. Berghahn Books

T. Saunders (2016) “Metaphor and Disorientation,” Culture, Theory and Critique, 57.1: 92-105

T. Saunders (2014) “Coasting Classical Antiquity: Percy Shelley in the Bay of Naples,” in A. Horatschek, Y. Rosenberg and D. Schabler (eds.) Navigating Cultural Spaces: Maritime Places, 303-316. Rodopi

T. Saunders (2012) “Originality,” in T. Saunders, C. Martindale, R. Pite and M. Skoie (eds.) Romans and Romantics, 65-86. Oxford University Press

T. Saunders (2012) “Classical Antiquity in Brian Friel’s Translations,” Nordic Irish Studies Special Issue 11: 139-158

T. Kudrjavtseva and T. Saunders (2010) “V krovotoke evropejskoj literatury: eklogi Brodskogo” [“In the Bloodstream of European Literature: Brodsky’s eclogues”], in P. Pesonen, G. Obatnin and T. Huttenen (eds.), Evropa v Rossii: sbornik statej [Europe in Russia: Collected Articles], 410-416. Izdatel’stvo NLO

T. Saunders (2010) “Roman Borders and Contemporary Cultural Criticism,” Journal of Borderlands Studies 25.1: 51-65

T. Saunders (2006) “Using Green Words, or Abusing Bucolic Ground,” in M. Skoie and S. Velazquez (eds) Pastoral and the Humanities: Arcadia Re-Inscribed, 3-13. Bristol Phoenix Press [Now Liverpool University Press]

T. Saunders (2006) “Discipline and Receive, or Making an Example out of Marsyas,” in C. Martindale and R. Thomas (eds.) Classics and the Uses of Reception, 32-43. Blackwell

T. Kudrjavtseva and T. Saunders (2006) “Finding Space for a Winter Eclogue: Joseph Brodsky and Eclogue 4,” Russian Literature 59: 97-111

T. Saunders (2005) “Ovid the Christian,” Nordlit 18: 153-163 [reprinted in M. Lee (ed.) (2012) Poetry Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Works of the Most Significant and Widely Studied Poets of World Literature, Volume 135: 197-201. Gale Cengage Learning]

Encylopedia Entries and Short Notes

T. Saunders (2013) “Bucolic Ecology,” in R. Thomas and J. Ziolkowski (eds.) The Virgil Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell

Book Reviews

T. Pollard (2017) Greek Tragic Women on Shakespearean Stages, Oxford University Press, in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018.06.28

H. Stead (2016) A Cockney Catullus: The Reception of Catullus in Romantic Britain, 1795-1821, Oxford University Press, in Translation and Literature, 2017, vol. 26.3: 345-351

N. Vance and J. Wallace (eds.) (2015) The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature. Volume 4: 1790-1880, Oxford University Press, in Keats-Shelley Journal 2016, vol. 65: 155-157

G. Davis (2012) Parthenope: The Interplay of Ideas in Vergilian Bucolic, (Mnemosyne Supplements 346), Brill, in The Classical Review, 2014, vol. 64: 123-125

F. Jones (2011) Virgil’s Garden: The Nature of Bucolic Space, Bristol Classical Press, in The Journal of Roman Studies, 2013, vol. 103: 323-324

K. Volk (ed.) (2009) Oxford Readings in Classical Studies: Virgil’s Eclogues, Oxford University Press, in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2009.03.40

R. D. Griffith and R. B. Marks (2008) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Agora: Ancient Greek and Roman Humour, Legacy Books Press, in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.06.36.