2015    Metropolitan Tragedy: Genre, Justice, and the City in Early Modern England. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Peer-reviewed Articles and Books Chapters

Forthcoming “Playing (In) the Streets: The Merchant of Venice and Adaptation.” Games and Theatre in Early Modern England, edited by Gina Bloom, Tom Bishop, and Erika T. Lin. Amsterdam University Press.

Forthcoming Co-author with Elizabeth Williamson, “Caucusing in the Classroom: A Strategy for Authentically Engaging Difference.” Teaching Literature in the Online Classroom, edited by John Miller and Julie Wilhelm. MLA.

Forthcoming “Shakespeare’s Ghosts: Staging Colonial Histories in New Mexico.” Shakespeare and Latinadad, edited by Carla della Gatta and Trevor Borbone. Edinburgh University Press.

2019    “Critically Regional Shakespeare.” Shakespeare Bulletin 37, no. 3: 341-363.

2018    “Webster’s Horse-Play.” Arrêt sur Scène/Scene Focus. Special Issue on The Duchess of Malfi, edited by Florence March and Nathalie Rivère de Carles. 7.

2017    “Milton Much Revolving.” Modern Language Quarterly. Special Issue on Milton and Periodization, edited by Rachel Trubowitz. 78, no. 3: 373-393.

2017    “Revenge Tragedy.” In A New Companion to Renaissance Drama, 2nd ed., edited by Arthur Kinney and Thomas Hopper. 403-416. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

2015    “Processions and History in Shakespeare and Fletcher’s Henry VIII.” English Literary Renaissance 45, no. 2: 275-302.

2013    “Rethinking ‘local’ Shakespeare: The case of The Merchant of Santa Fe.Journal of the Wooden O: 15-24.

2011    “The Tyranny of Tragedy: Catharsis in England and The Roman Actor.” Renaissance Drama n.s. 39: 163-196.

2009    “Women and the Theatre in Thomas Heywood’s London.” In The Idea of the City: Early-Modern, Modern and Post-Modern Locations and Communities, edited by Joan Fitzpatrick. 79-89. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2007    “Crossing from Scaffold to Stage: Execution Processions and Generic Conventions in The Comedy of Errors and Measure for Measure.” In Shakespeare and Historicist Formalism, edited by Stephen Cohen. 183-209. Aldershot: Ashgate Press.

2007    “Signs of the Crimes: Topography, Murder, and Early Modern Domestic Tragedy.” Genre 40, no. 1/2: 1-29.

Public-Facing Writing

2021 “Podcast Pedagogy,” The Sundial, Jan. 12, 2021,

2020 Co-author with Elizabeth Williamson, “Rethinking Productivity during COVID-19,” Academic Leader, July 6, 2020.

2020 “What counts as proximity?,” Inside Higher Ed, Feb. 26, 2020,

Scholarly Reviews

2020    Producing Early Modern London: A Comedy of Urban Space, 1598-1616, by Kelly J. Stage, in Shakespeare Quarterly, 70, no. 1: 90-92.

2019    Tragedy and the Return of the Dead, by John Lyons, in Renaissance Quarterly, 72, no. 4: 1541-42.

2018    The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Tragedy, edited by Michael Neill and David Schalkwyk, in Shakespeare Studies 46: 294-302

2018    Separation Scenes: Domestic Drama in Early Modern England, by Ann C. Christensen, in Modern Philology 115, no. 4: E235-E237.

2016    Taking Exception to the Law: Materializing Injustice in Early Modern English Literature, edited by Donald Beecher, Travis DeCook, Andrew Wallace, and Grant Williams, in English Studies in Canada 42, no. 3-4: 190-193.

2015    Emulation on the Shakespearean Stage,by Vernon Guy Dickson, in Comparative Drama 49, no. 2: 225-228.

2011    The Cambridge Companion to English Renaissance Tragedy,edited by Emma Smith and Garrett A. Sullivan Jr., in Renaissance Quarterly 64, no. 2: 265-267.

2011    Thomas Heywood’s Theatre, 1599-1639: Locations, Translations, and Conflict,by Richard Rowland, in Shakespeare Bulletin 29, no. 2: 267-271.

2008    City/Stage/Globe: Performance and Space in Shakespeare’s London, by D. J. Hopkins, in Shakespeare Bulletin 26, no. 4: 137-141.

2006    Theater review of Richard III, The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, and Othello, in Shakespeare Bulletin 24, no. 4: 91-99.

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