Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles & Book Chapters

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. 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.

Review Essay

‘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

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).

King John in Print and Performance” & “Coriolanus at the Royal Shakespeare Company,” posts for Blogging Shakespeare at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (August 2017).

Curation & Research Support

As a graduate organizer for the Yale Program in the History of the Book, I’m the co-founder and operator of The Census: a blog series showcasing book historical and bibliographical research at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. My work as a Curatorial Assistant for Early Modern Books and Manuscripts at the Beinecke was also featured in Yale’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Newsletter in Fall 2014.

Before beginning my PhD, I was a full-time Writer and Editor for 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. And I served as a Graduate Research Assistant for the Making Publics Project and the Shakespeare Performance and Research Team as an M.A. student at McGill University (2010-12).