I just love academics. No matter how dry they are accused of being, you always find articles such as this racy one. Nestled among the other search results, I found:
The ΣΩΦΡΟΣΥΝΗ of Persinna and the Romantic Strategy of Heliodorus' Aethiopica by Michael J Anderson
Philopoemen's Reform of the Achaean Army by J.K. Anderson
The Use of the Oe-Dipthong in Plautus by Andrew J Anderson
Studies in the Exclamatory Infinitive by Andrew Runni Anderson
Athena's Big Finger: An Unnoticed Sexual Joke in Aristophanes' Knights.
by Carl A. Anderson
The Unity of the Enclitic ne by Andrew Runni Anderson
Putting Pressure on Plutarch: Philostratus Epistle 73 by Graham Anderson
Greek Parallels for Opus Est by Andrew R Anderson
I am yet to read it, but the title alone is enough to excite, no?!!?!!
Don't ask me what philology is though, no clue.
This is also an interesting article on women in classical Greece that I stumbled upon. Heilbrunn Timeline is a great website FYI.
The mentioned article is from: Classical Philology [Journal], Vol. 103, No. 2, (April 2008).