Holmes-Henderson, A. (under contract) Inclusive Classics: innovative pedagogies in museums and schools, Routledge, London.
Holmes-Henderson, A., Hall, E. and J. Corke-Webster (under contract) Classical Civilisation and Ancient History in British secondary education, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool
Holmes-Henderson, A., Zmavc, J. and Kaldahl, A-G. (under review) ‘Oracy, rhetoric and citizenship: curricular innovations from Scotland, Slovenia and Norway’, for journal special issue.
Goff, B., Holmes-Henderson, A., Messenger, J. and A. Petsalis-Diomidis, (2021) Bulletin 50 (2021) ‘Inclusive Classics Initiative. Report on “Towards a More Inclusive Classics II” International Workshop organised by Professor Barbara Goff and Dr Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis, Council of University Classics Departments Bulletin, 50, 1-6
Holmes-Henderson, A. and Watts, B. (2021) ‘What grades are needed to study Classical subjects at UK universities?’, Journal of Classics Teaching, 22, 43, 1-7 https://doi.org/10.1017/S2058631021000210
Swallow, P. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021) ‘Working towards fairer access to Classical subjects in schools: the Advocating Classics Education (ACE) project’, Council of University Classics Departments Equality Diversity and Inclusion Blog, 24th May 2021, https://cucdedi.wordpress.com/2021/05/24/working-towards-fairer-access-to-classical-subjects-in-schools-the-advocating-classics-education-ace-project/
Holmes-Henderson, A. and Kelly, K. (2021b) ‘Classical connections: enriching English teaching with help from the Greeks and Romans’, Litdrive blog, 2nd May 2021, https://litdrive.org.uk/classical-connections-enriching-english-teaching-with-help-from-the-greeks-and-romans
Holmes-Henderson, A. and Kelly, K. (2021a) ‘Ancient and modern languages in primary schools’, Oxford Humanities blog, 21st April 2021, https://www.humanities.ox.ac.uk/article/ancient-and-modern-languages-in-primary-schools#/ and https://www.thefutureoflanguages.org/blog/acientandmodernlangsinprimary
Hunt, S. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021) ‘A level Classics poverty. Classical subjects in schools in England: access, attainment and progression’, CUCD Bulletin, 50, 1-26. https://cucd.blogs.sas.ac.uk/files/2021/02/Holmes-Henderson-and-Hunt-Classics-Poverty.docx.pdf
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021d) ‘Classical subjects in English schools: Confronting inequalities of access’, British Educational Research Association blog, 14 July 2021, https://www.bera.ac.uk/blog/classical-subjects-in-english-schools-confronting-inequalities-of-access
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021c) ‘Primary Greek’, ARGO, 13, 40-42.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021b) ‘Developing multiliteracies through Classical mythology in British classrooms’, in L. Maurice (ed.) Our Mythical Education: The Reception of the Classical World in Formal Education 1900-2020, University of Warsaw Press, 139-154. https://www.wuw.pl/product-pol-14887-Our-Mythical-Education-The-Reception-of-Classical-Myth-Worldwide-in-Formal-Education-1900-2020-PDF.html
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2021a) Engaging with policymakers as a researcher in the Arts and Humanities: a guide to how, what and why, Universities Policy Engagement Network Blog, https://www.upen.ac.uk/blogs/?action=story&id=172
Holmes-Henderson, A. and M. Musié (2020d) ‘Staging the Archive: Classics in Communities’, The Archive for the Performance of Greek and Roman Drama podcast, Oxford, http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/digital-resources/podcast/episode-7
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2020c) ‘Surviving the infodemic – teaching students to read between the lines’, Winston Churchill Memorial Trust blog, 13th October 2020, https://www.wcmt.org.uk/about-us/blog/blog-surviving-infodemic-teaching-students-read-between-lines
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2020b) ‘Teaching critical literacy in schools: a research-informed approach’ in C. Coyle (ed.) Identifying Fake News: critical literacy and the school library, School Library Association, Swindon.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2020a) ‘What’s it like training in England but teaching in Scotland?’, Quinquennium, 8 January 2020, https://www.quinquennium.com/whats-it-like-training-in-england-but-teaching-in-scotland/
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2019b) ‘Book review: The Six Secrets of Intelligence’, Times Educational Supplement, 29th September 2019, https://www.tes.com/news/book-review-six-secrets-intelligence
White, B. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2019a) ‘Latin Lovers’, Blueprint, Trinity Term 2019, 7.
Holmes-Henderson, A., Hunt, S. and Musié, M. (eds.) (2018e) Forward with Classics. Classical languages in schools and communities, Bloomsbury academic. Publication date: 9th August 2018, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Forward-Classics-Classical-Languages-Communities/dp/1474295959
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2018d) ‘Oxford-Africa Classics Research Collaboration’, Oxford University Faculty of Classics Blog 19th July 2018, https://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/article/oxford-africa-classics-research-collaboration
Holmes-Henderson, A. and Tempest, K. (2018c) ‘Classics and twenty-first-century skills’ in A. Holmes-Henderson, S. Hunt and M. Musié (eds.) Forward with Classics. Classical languages in schools and communities, Bloomsbury academic.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2018b) ‘A winning formula: Classical rhetoric for oracy education’, Teaching Citizenship, 42.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2018a) ‘Artistic licence: how learning Latin could change your life’, University of Oxford Arts Blog 31st January 2018. http://www.ox.ac.uk/news/arts-blog/artistic-licence-how-learning-latin-could-change-your-life and The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities Blog 16th February 2018, https://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/article/how-learning-latin-could-change-your-life
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2017d) ‘Classics in communities resources for “non-specialist” teachers of Latin and/or Ancient Greek’, Classical Association Blog, 21st November 2017. http://theclassicalassociation.blogspot.com/2017/11/classics-in-communities-resources-for.html
Holmes-Henderson (2017c) ‘Classical subjects in schools: a comparative study of New Zealand and the United Kingdom‘ in D. Burton, S. Perris and J. Tatum (eds.), Athens to Aotearoa: Greece and Rome in New Zealand Literature and Society, Victoria University Wellington Press, 326-346. http://vup.victoria.ac.nz/athens-to-aotearoa-greece-and-rome-in-new-zealand-literature-and-society/
Holmes-Henderson (2017b) ‘Advocating Classics Education’, Omnibus, 72, 4.
Hall, E. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2017a) ‘Advocating Classics Education: a new national project’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 18, 36, 25-28. https://doi.org/10.1017/S2058631017000198
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016d) ‘Bringing Cambridge IGCSE Latin to life in Rome’, Cambridge Outlook, 23, 24.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016c) ‘Growing Greek in Schools: from gorillas to talking vases’, ARGO, 4, 16-17. http://www.drarlenehh.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Argo-Gorilla-Greek.pdf
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016b) ‘Teaching Latin and Greek in primary classrooms: the Classics in Communities Project’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 17, 33, 50-53. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S2058631016000131
Holmes-Henderson (2016a) ‘Responsible citizenship and critical skills in Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence: the contribution of Classical rhetoric to democratic deliberation’, in P.Carr, P.Thomas, B. Porfilio and J. Gorlewski (eds.), Democracy and decency: what does education have to do with it?‘, Information Age Publishers, 213-228.
‘Holmes-Henderson, A. and Mitropoulos, A. (2016) ‘A celebration of Greek language and culture education in the UK’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 17, 34, 55-57. https://doi.org/10.1017/S2058631016000258
Holmes-Henderson , A. (2015) ‘The Classics in Communities project’, Oxford University Faculty of Classics newsletter, 6. http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/tl_files/Downloads/Newsletter2015.pdf
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2014b) Reading between the lines: improving the UK’s critical literacy education, Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, https://www.wcmt.org.uk/fellows/reports/reading-between-lines-improving-uks-critical-literacy-education which informed the National Literacy Trust/APPG Literacy’s Parliamentary Commission Report on Critical Media Literacy and Fake News (2018) https://literacytrust.org.uk/research-services/research-reports/fake-news-and-critical-literacy-final-report/
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2014a) ‘Classical pedagogy: a postcard from Hawaii’, Cloelia, 4, 54.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2012) ‘Classics Teachers on Tour’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 26, 32-33.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2009a) ‘Learning to love Latin the modern way’, Private Schools Revealed , 19th June 2009, 8-14.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2009b) ‘Passport to a world of opportunity – now you’re talking’, The Scotsman newspaper, 29th September 2009.
Holmes-Henderson (2009c) ‘Amamus Latin’, Secondary Headship, 2nd November 2009, 11-17.
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2008) ‘Gifted Girls and Groovy Greek’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 14, 4-6. http://www.drarlenehh.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Holmes-Henderson-A.-_2008_.-Gifted-girls-and-groovy-Greek.-JCT-14-4-6..pdf
Holmes-Henderson, A. (2007) ‘Skill to do comes of doing: Surviving the Cambridge Classics PGCE 2005-2006’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 10, 6-8.