Early Modern Literature & Culture

Theatre Closure and the Paradoxical Rise of English Renaissance Drama in the Civil Wars (Cambridge University Press, 2023).

“Fourth Best: James Shirley and the Also-Rans of Early Modern Drama," in The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Literary Evaluation, edited by Kevin De Ornellas and Richard Bradford (Wiley-Blackwell, submitted).

“A Century of English Drama: Restoration Reprints of Tudor Drama," in Reprints and Revivals of Early Modern Drama, edited by Eoin Price and Harry Newman (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

“Printed Drama in the Civil Wars and Interregnum," in The Routledge Encyclopedia of the Renaissance World, edited by Kristen Poole, series editor Lauren Shohet (Routledge, 2022).

“The King’s Servants in Printed Paratexts, 1594-1695," Huntington Library Quarterly 85.1 (2022): 151-69.

"'Villainies of that damnd Keeper’: Caregiving, Criminality, and Contagion in Early Modern England," Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal 16.1 (2021): 72-81.

“Celebrity Skulls: Hamlet in the Civil Wars and Interregnum," in Shakespeare and Civil Unrest in Britain and the United States, edited by Mark Bayer and Joseph J. Navitsky (Routledge, 2021), pp. 14-29.

“Rethinking Prologue on Page and Stage," co-authored with Sonia Massai, in Rethinking Theatrical Documents, edited by Tiffany Stern (Arden Shakespeare, 2020), pp. 91-110.

"Missing Shakespeare, 1642-1660," English Literary Renaissance 49.1 (2019): 116-44.

Rag Collection & Textual Culture

“Paper,” in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Early Modern Women’s Writing, edited by Patricia Pender and Rosalind Smith, series editors Helen Smith and Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull (Palgrave, forthcoming).

“Rag Women and Early Modern Paper Production,” in Women’s Labour and Early Modern Book History in England, edited by Valerie Wayne (Arden Shakespeare, 2020), pp. 29-46.

“Rag, Rag-pickers, and Paper Making in Early Modern England,” Literature Compass (2019): 1-11.

Digital Humanities & Bibliography

Early Modern Dramatic Paratexts, co-created and co-edited with Sonia Massai.

World Shakespeare Bibliography, editor.

“A Rationale of a Trans-Inclusive Bibliography,” co-authored with Laura Estill and Kris L. May. Textual Cultures (Fall 2023, forthcoming).

“Finding and Accessing Shakespeare Scholarship in the Global South: Digital Research and Bibliography,” co-authored with Laura Estill, in Digital Shakespeares from the Global South, edited by Amrita Sen (Palgrave, 2022): pp. 17-36.

“Browse as Interface in Shakespeare’s Texts and the World Shakespeare Bibliography Online,” co-authored with Laura Estill, in The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Interface, edited by Paul Budra and Clifford Werier (Routledge, 2022), pp. 219-34.

“Primary Source Literacy in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond,” co-authored with Kevin M. O’Sullivan, portal: Libraries and the Academy 22.1 (2022): 93-109.