Peer-Reviewed Articles & Book Chapters
“Ridiculous Subjects: Coriolanus, Popular Representation, and the Roman Tribunes in Early Modern Drama,” English Literary Renaissance 52.2 (in press).
“Quakerism, Metadiscourse, and ‘Paradise Found,'”Studies in Philology 117.3 (2020), 606-26.
“Marina and the Market for Shakespeare in Eighteenth-Century Performance,” Eighteenth-Century Studies 51.2 (2018), 163-78.
“‘The Minstrelsy of Heaven’: Representation and the Politics of Lyric in Paradise Lost,” Milton Studies 57 (2016), 63-92. Milton Society of America Albert C. Labriola Award.
“‘Being Unseminared’: Pleasure, Instruction, and Playing the Queen in Anthony and Cleopatra,” Shakespeare and Consciousness, eds. Paul Budra and Clifford Werier (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), 165-89.
“Theatre of Judgment: Space, Spectators, and the Epistemologies of Law in Bartholomew Fair,” Early Theatre 15.2 (2012), 154-67. Honorable mention for Best Note on Any Topic in Volumes 14 and 15.
Samuel Fallon, Paper Monsters: Persona and Literary Culture in Elizabethan England (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019), The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 115.1 (2021), 111-14.
“Habits Ancient and Modern: Surface and Depth in the Pillone Library Volumes,” exhibit essay for Bibliomania, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library (18 January 2019).
“Accounting for the Law in the Almanac of John Chesshyre,” blog post for The Census, Yale Program in the History of the Book (26 February 2018).
“‘The Rights and Wrongs of Resistance’: Shakespeare and Politics,” review of Peter Lake, How Shakespeare Put Politics on the Stage: Power and Succession in the History Plays for The Marginalia Review of Books (5 January 2018).
“King John in Print and Performance” & “Coriolanus at the Royal Shakespeare Company,” posts for Blogging Shakespeare at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (August 2017).