CALENDAR

2016-2017

Symposium

Book, Archive, Museum: A Bibliographical Symposium.” Penn State Abington, Abington, PA. October 2016. Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in Critical Bibliography at Rare Book School.

Invited Lecture

“Printing as Revival: Making Playbooks in the 1650s.” Annual Meeting of the Bibliographical Society of America. New York, NY. January 2017.

Conference Sessions Organized

Shakespearean Distortions of Early Modern Drama.” Co-Organizing a seminar with Curtis Perry (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA. April 2017.

Returning to the History Play: Time, Affect, Memory.” Round-table Chair, Co-Organized with Jean E. Howard (Columbia University), Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Philadelphia, PA. January 2017.

Conference Participation

“Cooking on the Internet: Historical Recipes and Public Scholarship.” Big Berks, Hofstra University. Hempstead, NY. June 2017.

“The English Civil War in Quarto.” In-Quarto: A Symposium on Formats and Meanings
in Early Modern England and Spain, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA. April 2017.

“Cooking Manuscript Recipes.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. March 2017.

Chair, “Critical Bibliography and Early Modern English Literature: Texts, Paratexts, Categories, Kinds,” Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. March 2017.

“Staged Prophecy: Historical Futures in Seventeenth-Century Drama.” Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Philadelphia, PA. January 2017.

Fall 2016 Courses

ENGL 202B: Writing in the Humanities

ENGL 221: British Literature to 1798

ENGL 443: Introduction to the English Renaissance – Premodern Worlds

Spring 2017 Courses

ENGL 200: Introduction to Critical Reading

ENGL 202B: Writing in the Humanities

ENGL 440: Studies in Shakespeare

2015-2016

Fellowship

The Folger Institute Short-Term Residential Fellowship, Folger Shakespeare Library, June 2016.

Invited Lectures

“Sampling Women’s History: the case of Cooking in the Archives,” with Alyssa Connell. The Nightingale-Bamford School. New York, NY. November 2015.

Cooking in Shakespeare’s Archives,” with Alyssa Connell. The Folger Shakespeare Library. Washington, DC. December 2015.

Conference Presentations & Symposium Participation

Participant,“Periodization 2.0.” The Folger Institute. November 2015.

“Bad Prophecy: Brecht’s Epic Theater and the Seventeenth-Century History Play.” Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference. Boston, MA. March 2016.

“Printing as Revival: Making Playbooks in the 1650s,” Reprints and Revivals Seminar. Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. April 2015.

“Cooking in the Archives.” The Process of Discovery: Tales of Researchers’ Experiences with Manuscripts, Manuscript Cookbooks Conference. Fales Library and Special Collections, New York University. New York, NY. May 2016.

Spring 2016 Courses

ENGL 129: Shakespeare

ENGL 445: Shakespeare’s Contemporaries

ENGL 202B: Writing in the Humanities

Fall 2015 Courses

ENGL 221(W): British Literature to 1798

ENGL 440: Studies in Shakespeare

ENGL 202B: Writing in the Humanities

2014-2015 (Scripps College)

Conference Organized

What is a Book? A Symposium on Bibliographic Research.” Denison Library, Scripps College, Claremont, CA. April 2015. Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon-Rare Book School Fellowship in Critical Bibliography.

Conference Presentations

“Milton’s Banana: Horace Walpole’s Paradise Lost and the Garden of Empire.” Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Vancouver, BC. January 2015.

“Remixing the Newsbook Play in 1660.” American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, CA. March 2015.

Co-Organizer, “Manuscript Studies in the Long Eighteenth Century: A Roundtable.” American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, CA. March 2015.

“Designing History in 1655: William Shakespeare’s King Lear and Robert Davenport’s King John and Matilda.” Shakespeare and Book Design Seminar. Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Vancouver, BC. April 2015.

“Cooking in the Archives: Bringing Eighteenth-Century Manuscript Recipes into a Twenty-First-Century Southern California Kitchen.” After Print: Manuscripts in the Eighteenth Century. UC Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara, CA. April 2015.

“‘Returning to Bondage’: Form and History in Milton’s Paradise Lost and Dryden’s State of Innocence.” Eleventh International Milton Symposium. Exeter, UK. July 2015.

Spring 2015 Courses

ENGL 115 Junior Seminar in Literary Theory

ENGL 123B Jacobean Shakespeare

ENGL 197 What is a Book?

Fall 2014 Courses

ENGL 101A Survey of British Literature to 1660

ENGL 123A Elizabethan Shakespeare

 

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