Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

“Mars Rising: Army Pamphlets and London Culture post-1642,” Yearbook of English Studies 44 (2014).

“Arms and the Book: ‘Workes,’ ‘Playes’ and ‘Warlike Accoutrements’ in William Cavendish’s The Country Captain,” Philological Quarterly 91 (2012): 277–303.

“Coats and Conduct: The Materials of Military Obligation in Shakespeare’s Henry Plays,” Modern Philology 109 (2012): 1–26.

“Jockeying Jony: The Politics of Horse Racing and Regional Identity in The Humourous Magistrate,” Early Theatre 14.2 (2011): 149–182.

“Shakespeare, Fletcher, and the ‘The Gain O’ the Martialist,’” Shakespeare 7.5 (2011): 296–308.

“New Model Armies: Recontextualizing the Camp in Margaret Cavendish’s Bell in Campo,” ELH 78 (2011): 657–685.

“The King’s Privates: Sex and the Soldier’s Place in John Fletcher’s The Humorous Lieutenant (ca. 1618),” Research Opportunities in Medieval and Renaissance Drama XLVII (2008): 25–50.

Chapters in Edited Collections

“‘Sometimes a figure, sometimes a cipher’: Dramatic Assertions of Martial Identity, 1580-1642, in the VEP Electronic Corpora,” co-authored with Benjamin Armintor, in Early Modern Military Identities, 1550-1640, ed., Cian O’ Mahony and Matthew Woodcock (Boydell & Brewer, 2018).

“The King Beyond the Clouds: Visualizing Sovereignty in Richard II and 1 Henry IV” in Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare’s History Plays, Ed. Laurie Ellinghausen (Modern Language Association).

“Locating The Valiant Scot (1626/1637)” in Performing Environments: Site Specificity in Medieval & Early Modern English Drama. Eds. Susan Bennett and Mary Polito (Palgrave MacMillan Press, 2014): 241–259.

“Furious Soldiers and Mad Lovers: Fletcherian Plots and The History of Cardenio” in The Creation and Re-creation of   Cardenio: Performing Shakespeare, Transforming Cervantes. Eds. Gary Taylor and Terri Bourus (Palgrave MacMillan Press, 2013): 83–94.

“The Quality of Mercenaries: Contextualizing Shakespeare’s Elizabethan Scots” in Celtic Shakespeare: The Bard and the Borderers. Eds. Willy Maley and Rory Loughnane (Ashgate Publishing, November 2013): 22–57.

“Teaching Margaret Cavendish’s Bell in Campo,” in Teaching Restoration and Eighteenth Century Women Dramatists. Eds. Bonnie Nelson and Catherine Burroughs (New York: Modern Language Association, 2010): 348–355.

“Old Playwrights, Old Soldiers, New Martial Subjects: Shakespeare, the Cavendishes, and the Drama of  Soldiery,” Cavendish and Shakespeare: Interconnections. Eds. James B. Fitzmaurice and Katherine Romack (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006): 123–148.

Book Review

Landgartha, A Tragedy by Henry Burnell, ed. Deana Rankin (Four Courts Press, 2013), The Review of English Studies  (Forthcoming in Print April, 2014).

Electronic Publications

Writing With Substance: An Anti-Textbook for First-Year Writing, August 2014.

“The Commonplace Book,” Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy, March 2014.  

Other Published Work

“Theories of Creativity in a Historical Lens,” co-authored with Monisha Pasupathi and Benjamin Armintor, Clio’s Psyche 18 (2011): 281–284.

Tess of the d’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy, Introduction, Notes, and Critical Bibliography. (New York: Simon & Schuster, June 2006).

Curriculum Guide to Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë, co-authored with Ashley E. Shannon (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004).

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