Public writing that you won’t find here or on Cooking in the Archives.

“Early Modern Euro-Indigenous Culinary Connections: Chocolate,” written with John Kuhn, The Recipes Project, March 2017.

“Cooking Almond Jumballs at the Folger Shakespeare Library,” Shakespeare & Beyond: at the Folger Shakespeare Library, July 2016.
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“Chacolet,” written with Alyssa Connell, The Collation: Research and Exploration at the Folger, January 2016.
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“The Exotic Taste of Rice,” written with Alyssa Connell, The Recipes Project, November 2015.
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Cooking in the Archives: Bringing Early Modern Manuscript Recipes into a Twenty-First-Century Kitchen,” written with Alyssa Connell, Archive Journal: Notes + Queries, July 2015.

“Lobsters in the Archive,” The Appendix Blog, December 2014.

“To make maccarons of valentia Almonds” written with Alyssa Connell, ABOPublic: An Interactive Forum for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830, December 2014.

“Shrewsbury Cakes,” written with Alyssa Connell and Mitch Fraas, Unique at Penn, September   2014.

“Monstrous News: the futures of the Mistris Parliament plays,” The Appendix: a new journal of narrative & experimental history, July 2014.

“In the Rare Book Room with ENGL 234,” written with students in my UPenn course ENGL 234: Social Networks from Shakespeare to Facebook: Topics in Book History, Unique at Penn, October 2013.

“Cheap and Common,” written with Adam G. Hooks, Unique at Penn, June 2013.

“Poems from UPenn Ms. Codex 1552,” Unique at Penn, October 2012.