Authored and Edited Books
Hodkinson, Stephen and Powell, Anton, eds. (2006) Sparta and War, Classical Press of Wales, Swansea.
Hodkinson, Stephen, ed. (2009) Sparta: Comparative Approaches, Classical Press of Wales, Swansea.
Cavanagh, W.G., Gallou, C. and Georgiadis, M., eds. (2009) Sparta and Laconia from Prehistory to Pre-modern (BSA Studies 16), British School at Athens, London.
Cavanagh, H., Cavanagh, W. and Roy, J. (2013) Honouring the Dead in the Peloponnese, online book available at https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/csps/documents/honoringthedead/papadimitriou.pdf
Gallou, C., Cavanagh, W.G. and Roy, J., eds., (2018) Sacred Landscapes in the Peloponnese, from prehistory to the present day. Archaeopress, Oxford.
Gallou, C. and Hodkinson, S. (forthcoming) Luxury and Wealth in the Archaic to Hellenistic Peloponnese, Classical Press of Wales, Swansea.
Lewis, David, (forthcoming) Greek Slave Systems in their Eastern Mediterranean Context, c. 800-146 BC, Oxford University Press, ch. 6 ‘Helotic Slavery in Classical Sparta’.
Chapters and Articles
2009 ‘Settlement structure in Laconia and Attica at the end of the Archaic period: the fractal dimension’, American Journal of Archaeology 113(3), 405-21.
2017 ‘An archaeology of ancient Sparta with reference to Lakonia and Messenia’, in A. Powell (ed.) A Companion to Ancient Sparta, Vol. I, Malden, MA, 61-92.
2013 ‘Kalos Kagathos and scholarly perceptions of Spartan society’, Historia 62, 259-79.
2017a ‘The Cinadon Conspiracy as Literary Narrative and Historical Source’, in A. Powell and V. Pothou (eds.) Das Antike Sparta, Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, 221-43.
2017b ‘Equality and distinction within the Spartiate community’, in A. Powell (ed.)
A Companion to Ancient Sparta, Vol. II, Malden, MA, ch.18
2003 ‘Spartiates, helots and the direction of the agrarian economy: towards an understanding of helotage in comparative perspective’, in N. Luraghi and S.E. Alcock (eds., Helots and their Masters in Lakonia and Messenia: Histories, Structures, Ideologies, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass, 248-85; updated version in E. Dal Lago and C. Katsari, Slave Systems, Ancient and Modern, Cambridge (2008) 285-320.
2004 ‘Female property ownership and empowerment in classical and Hellenistic Sparta’, in T. Figueira (ed.) Spartan Society, Swansea, 103-36.
2005 ‘The imaginary Spartan politeia’, in M.H. Hansen (ed.) The Imaginary Polis, Copenhagen, 222-81.
2006 ‘Was classical Sparta a military society?’, in S. Hodkinson and A. Powell (eds.) Sparta and War, Swansea, 111-62.
2007 ‘The episode of Sphodrias as a source for Spartan social history’, in N.V. Sekunda (ed.) Corolla Cosmo Rodewald, Gdansk. 43-65; updated version in Luis Filipe Bantim de Assumpção (ed.) Esparta: Política e Sociedade, Curitiba, 187-231; and (in German) in V. Pothou and A. Powell (eds.), Das Antike Sparta, Stuttgart, 57-86.
2009a ‘Was Sparta an exceptional polis?’, in S. Hodkinson (ed.) Sparta: Comparative approaches, Swansea, 417-72.
2009b (with Mogens Herman Hansen) ‘Spartan exceptionalism? Continuing the debate’, in S. Hodkinson (ed.) Sparta: Comparative approaches, Swansea, 473-98.
2017 ‘Sparta: An exceptional domination of state over society?’, in A. Powell (ed.) A Companion to Sparta, Vol. 1, Malden MA, 29-57.
forthcoming 'The Homeric roots of Helotage', in M. Canevaro and J. Burnhardt (eds.) From Homer to Solon: Continuity and Change in Archaic Greek Society, Brill.
2009a ‘Hegemonial structures in late archaic and early classical Elis and Sparta’, in S. Hodkinson (ed.) Sparta: Comparative Approaches, Swansea, 69-88.
2009b ‘Finding the limits of Lakonia: defining and redefining communities on the Spartan-Arkadian frontier’, in W.G. Cavanagh, C. Gallou and M. Georgiadis (eds.) Sparta and Laconia from prehistory to pre-modern, London, 205-11.
2017 `Sparta and the Peloponnese from the Archaic Period to 363', in A. Powell (ed.) A Companion to Sparta, Vol. 1, Malden MA, ch. 13.
forthcoming ‘Ion of Chios: the case of a foreign poet in Sparta’, Classical Quarterly.
forthcoming ‘Spartan choruses and foreign poets: an antidote to civil strife?’, in V. Brouma, V. et al. (eds.) Conflict in the Peloponnese: Social, Military and Intellectual (Centre for Spartan & Peloponnesian Studies Online Publication 4).