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Hobden, Fiona (2021). Travels with Odysseus and the Odyssey in twenty-first-century television documentaries. In: Potter, Amanda and Gardner, Hunter eds. Ancient Epic in Film and Television. Screening Antiquity. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 135–151.

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Hobden, Fiona (2020). Xenophon. London: Bloomsbury.

Hobden, Fiona and Potter, Amanda (2020). Redirecting the gaze: the woman and the gladiator on television in the twenty-first century. New Voices in Classical Reception Studies. Conference Proceedings Volume Two, article no. 3.

Hobden, Fiona (2020). Spartacus: Blood and Sand (STARZ, 2010): a necessary fiction? In: van Helden, Daniël and Witcher, Robert eds. Researching the Archaeological Past through Imagined Narratives: A Necessary Fiction. London: Routledge, pp. 238–253.

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Hobden, Fiona (2018). Are we the Greeks? Understanding antiquity and ourselves in television documentaries. In: Hobden, Fiona and Wrigley, Amanda eds. Ancient Greece on British Television. Screening Antiquity. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 24–43.

Hobden, Fiona (2018). Augustus and the politics of the past today in television documentaries. In: Goodman, Penelope ed. Afterlives of Augustus, AD 14 - 2014. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 294–321.

Hobden, Fiona and Wrigley, Amanda eds. (2018). Ancient Greece on British Television. Screening Antiquity. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Hobden, Fiona and Wrigley, Amanda (2018). Broadcasting Greece: an introduction to Greek antiquity on the small screen. In: Hobden, Fiona and Wrigley, Amanda eds. Ancient Greece on British Television. Screening Antiquity. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 1–23.

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Hobden, Fiona (2017). Ancient world documentaries. In: Pomeroy, Arthur ed. A Companion to Ancient Greece and Rome on Screen. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 491–514.

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Hobden, Fiona (2016). Between media and genres: Pompeii and the construction of historical knowledge on British television today. In: Sabban, Annette and Jaki, Sylvia eds. Wissenformate in den Medien: Analysen aus Medienlinguistik und Medienwissenschaft. Kulturen – Kommunikation – Kontakte (25). Berlin: Frank & Timme, pp. 119–138.

Hobden, Fiona (2016). Xenophon's Oeconomicus. In: Flower, Michael A. ed. The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 152–173.

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Hobden, Fiona (2013). The Symposion in Ancient Greek Society and Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hobden, Fiona and Kempf, Damien (2013). Introduction. Envisioning Landscapes: Adaptation & Renewal/Special Issue of Cultural History, 2(2) pp. 125–132.

Hobden, Fiona and Kempf, Damien eds. (2013). Envisioning Landscapes: Adaptation & Renewal. Special Issue of Cultural History, volume 2.2. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Hobden, Fiona (2013). The archaeological aesthetic in ancient world documentary. Media, Culture & Society, 35(3) pp. 366–381.

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