- Region: Britain; Europe
- Time: 16th Century; 17th Century
- Theme: British Literature; History of Gender and Sexuality; History of the Book; History of Theater
I'm a PhD candidate in English at Harvard University, where my research focuses on early modern drama.
My work on revenge tragedy appears in the current issue of Shakespeare Studies; I also have reviews of books on performance in Shakespeare Bulletin. I have presented papers at the British Shakespeare Association Conference, the Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, the Mahindra Humanities Center, and elsewhere.
At Harvard, I teach Humanities 10, an interdisciplinary first-year course that includes expository writing instruction. I also co-coordinate the Renaissance Colloquium, co-organize the Harvard-Yale Book History Conference, and manage the Child Memorial Library. With HarvardX, Harvard's open online education platform, I'm at work on the XSeries "Shakespeare's Outsiders," serving as lead curriculum developer for Shakespeare's Life and Work and Shakespeare's Othello: The Moor.
In 2020, I was named a Harvard Horizons Scholar.
Before coming to Harvard, I received a Master's from the University of Oxford and a Bachelor's from Duke University.