For the last week or two I've been downloading more and more papers/essays from academia.edu, such as:
The Orthodox Rejection of Doctrinal Development, by Daniel J. Lattier (argues that "Newman’s understanding of doctrinal development is in fundamental harmony with the Orthodox understanding of Tradition.")
St Gregory the Theologian’s Existential Metanarrative of History, by Mario Baghos ("St Gregory articulated a view of history which is both richly nuanced and existentially significant.")
Primacy and Ecclesiology: The State of the Question, John Panteleimon Manoussakis ("The fact, in other words, that the Orthodox Churches today refuse to recognize a Rome-like primacy among themselves is the major problem in their dialogue with Rome.")
Reception of St Justin Popović in the Recent German Scholarship, by Vladimir Cvetkovic ("The scholarly interest manifested in Justin Popović in Germany is somеhow peculiar...")
The Literature of Plague and the Anxieties of Piety in Sixth-Century Byzantium, by Anthony Kaldellis ("Nature was especially unkind to the Byzantines in the sixth century... Worst of all, 541 witnessed the outbreak of the deadliest plague in European history before the Black Death... This essay will focus on its impact on popular piety and on the theological conjectures that it elicited.")
There's a ton on there (Though sadly there wasn't much by/about a number of the modern Orthodox authors I enjoy).