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PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE



CHAPTER IN EDITED COLLECTION


ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRY




BOOK REVIEW ESSAY



BOOK REVIEW




INTERVIEW




ARTICLES in
PROGRESS

“Reframing Citizenship: Haider, Hamlet, and the Limits of Disability Representation,” Disability Performance and Global Shakespeare, ed. Katherine Schaap Williams, Shakespeare International Yearbook. Forthcoming 2024.

"Black, Wicked, and Unnatural:" Locating the Monstrous "Other" in Middleton's Revenger's Tragedy, in The Theatrical Legacy of Thomas Middleton, ed. William David Green, Anna L. Hegland, and Sam Jermy. Forthcoming 2024.


 

“Mary Forster,” in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Early Modern Women’s Writing, ed. Rosalind Smith and Patricia Pender, Palgrave MacMillan: Cham, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01537-4_173-1.

“Disability Gain, Aesthetics, and Inclusion: What does it mean to experience disability in early modern England?,” Renaissance Studies, 37 (3): 447-454, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rest.12823.

Shakespeare/Sex: Contemporary Readings in Gender and Sexuality, Renaissance Quarterly. Jennifer Drouin, ed. Arden Shakespeare Intersections. London: Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2020. Renaissance Quarterly, 76(1), 354-356. Spring 2023.  doi:10.1017/rqx.2023.194

 

“How Does Race Feel: An Interview with Carol Mejia LaPerle,” in The Sun, ACMRS Press, March 29, 2022, https://medium.com/the-sundial-acmrs/how-does-race-feel-an-interview-with-carol-mejia-laperle-7be559abd658.

“‘Binding/Bondage’: Tracing Trans-Practices and Racial Histories in Early Modern Drama" (Anticipated 2024/25)
 

“’Arm Thy Heart and Fit Thy Thought’: Thinking through Trauma and Racecraft in Titus Andronicus for an edited collection (Anticipated 2025)

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