I am a short-term fellow at the Huntington Library and the Newberry Library.
In 2017, I completed my PhD in English and Book History & Print Culture at the University of Toronto.
I work on English Renaissance drama, Shakespeare, the early modern theatre and the early modern book trade. I've taught courses in 16th- and 17th-century English literature.
My primary research focuses on the production, reception and transmission of English Renaissance drama during the English theatre ban of 1642 to 1660.
I'm also interested in dramatic paratexts, the secondhand book trade, and recycling in early modern England.
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