I’m a PhD candidate in English at Yale University, where I research, teach, and write about early modern literature.

My interests include the history of Shakespearean performance and editing, gender and sexuality studies, law and literature, and religious toleration. I’ve written on these topics for the journals Studies in Philology, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Milton Studies, and Early Theatre; the edited collection Shakespeare and Consciousness; and the Marginalia Review of Books. A full list of publications and awards can be found in my CV.

My approach both to working with students and to my own research sits at the intersection of two fields: the history of the book and the digital humanities. See the pages on my DH and book history scholarship for more details, or visit my Teaching page for information on my courses.

For news about recent and upcoming talks (including audio recordings), see my Presentations page. Follow me on Twitter @andrew_s_brown for other updates, or feel free to email me with any questions!