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Joho, Tobias (2022). Style and Necessity in Thucydides. Oxford University Press


Joho, Tobias (2021). The Peloponnesian War and the State of Nature in Thucydides: The Coincidence of Motion and Rest. Histos. Supplements, 12, pp. 17-45. HISTOS School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Newcastle University


Joho, Tobias (2020). Alcibiadean Mysteries and Longing for "Absent" and "Invisible Things" in Thucydides' Account of the Sicilian Expedition. Harvard studies in classical philology, 110, pp. 115-158. Harvard University. Department of the Classics

Joho, Tobias (2020). Burckhardt and Nietzsche on the Agōn: the dark luster of ancient Greece. In: Reid, Heather L.; Serrati, John; Sorg, Tim (eds.) Conflict and Competition: Agon in Western Greece. Selected Essays from the 2019 Symposium on the Heritage of Western Greece. The Heritage of Western Greece: Vol. 5 (pp. 267-288). Sioux City IA: Parnassos Press 10.2307/j.ctv15tt78p.21


Joho, Tobias (2019). Iterative Figures of Speech in Goethe’s Elective Affinities. In: Eidt, Jacob-Ivan; Weber, Christoph-Daniel (eds.) Goethe’s Bildung: Dialog between Tradition and Innovation (pp. 109-142). New York: Peter Lang


Joho, Tobias (2018). Rezension von Kopp, H. Das Meer als Versprechen: Bedeutung und Funktion von Seeherrschaft bei Thukydides. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 2017. Bryn Mawr classical review, 2018(04/08) Bryn Mawr College


Joho, Tobias (2017). The Revival of the Funeral Oration and the Plague in Thucydides Books 6-7. Greek, roman and byzantine studies, 57(1), pp. 16-48. Duke University

Joho, Tobias (2017). The Internal Commotion of Greek Culture: Jacob Burckhardt and the Defeat of Athens in the Peloponnesian War. Ktèma, 42, pp. 127-150. Presses universitaires de Strasbourg

Joho, Tobias (2017). Thucydides, Epic, and Tragedy. In: Balot, R. K.; Forsdyke, S.; Foster, E. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Thucydides (pp. 587-603). Oxford University Press

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