Some online papers that have accumulated in my mailbox ...

From the Center for Hellenic Studies' "First Drafts":

Dué, Casey and Ebbott, Mary. "Oral Poetics and the Homeric Doloneia,"

From Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics (a couple of months' worth):

Lidewijde de Jong, Narratives of Roman Syria: a historiography of Syria as a province of Rome

Edward Champlin, Tiberiana 4: Tiberius the Wise

Joshua Katz, Dux reget examen (Epistle 1.19.23): Horace’s Archilochean Signature

Joshua Katz, The Origin of the Greek Pluperfect

Joshua Katz, The Epic Adventures of an Unknown Particle

A. T. Zanker, A Dove and a Nightingale: Mahābhārata 3.130.18-3.131.32 and Hesiod, Works and Days 202-13

Walter Scheidel, Epigraphy and demography: birth, marriage, family, and death

Walter Scheidel, Roman population size: the logic of the debate

Walter Scheidel, The Roman slave supply

Susan Stephens, Literary Quarrels

Susan Stephens, Remapping the Mediterranean: The Argo adventure Apollonius and Callimachus

Richard P. Martin, Read on Arrival