- Corinthiaka in discussions of Pindar: L. Athanassaki and E. Bowie (eds.), Archaic and Classical Choral Song: Performance, Politics and Dissemination (de Gruyter 2011)
- More Corinthiaka in E. Carney and D. Ogden, Philip II and Alexander the Great: Father and Son, Lives and Afterlives (Oxford 2010)
- Chryssi Bourbou, Benjamin T. Fuller Sandra J. Garvie-Lok, Michael P. Richards, “Reconstructing the diets of Greek Byzantine populations (6th–15th centuries AD) using carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios,” in American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Sept. 2011).
- Reviews of Betsey Robinson’s Histories of Peirene here at Corinthianmatters and the New Archaeology of the Mediterranean World
- David K. Pettegrew, “The Diolkos of Corinth,” AJA 115.4 (2011), pp. 549-574. Online images here.
- John K. Goodrich, “Erastus of Corinth (Romans 16.23): Responding to Recent Proposals on his Rank, Status, and Faith” in New Testament Studies 57.4, pp. 583-593.
- Two articles on grief and pain in 2 Corinthians 7:
- L. Welborn, “Paul and Pain: Paul’s Emotional Therapy in 2 Corinthians 1.1–2.13; 7.5–16 in the Context of Ancient Psychagogic Literature,” in New Testament Studies 57.4, pp. 547-570.
- Jonathan Kaplan, “Comfort, O Comfort, Corinth: Grief and Comfort in 2 Corinthians 7:5–13a,” Harvard Theological Review (October 2011).
- The second part of his review of The Corinthian Question: Why did the Church Oppose Paul?
- More reviews of Corinth in Context in Journal of Theological Studies (David Horrell) and Religious Studies Review (Richard S. Ascough)
- A long review of Ciampa and Rosner’s First Letter to the Corinthians
- Reviews of Margaret M. Mitchell, Paul, the Corinthians and the Birth of Christian Hermeneutics (Cambridge 2010) in BMCR and RBL
- In the works: Ben Witherington III has announced a new book for 2013: A Week in the Life of Corinth (InterVarsity press)