See my CV page for complete information on awards and other research, or follow the links below for abstracts/full texts of each publication.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles & Book Chapters
“Marina and the Market for Shakespeare in Eighteenth-Century Performance,” Eighteenth-Century Studies 51.2 (2017), 163-78.
“‘The Minstrelsy of Heaven’: Representation and the Politics of Lyric in Paradise Lost,” Milton Studies 57 (2016), 63-92. Recipient of the 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.
“‘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).
Online & Public Writing
“King John in Print and Performance” & “Coriolanus at the Royal Shakespeare Company,” posts for Blogging Shakespeare at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Summer 2017.
Curation & Research Support
My work as a Curatorial Assistant for Early Modern Books and Manuscripts at the Beinecke Library was featured in Yale’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Newsletter in Fall 2014.
Before beginning my PhD, I was a full-time member of the Research Communications team at Ryerson University (2012-13), where I worked with faculty and staff to make academic research more accessible to funding agencies and to the general public.