For brevity’s sake–and more importantly, since I am no longer woking at an institution of higher learning–the CV will only reflect the last year of participation in academic conferences and publications.
Promising Young Woman has surprising roots back to Shakespeare Digital Spy, April 2021
Guest Co-Host: “Shakespeare & the Supernatural.” Episode 25: Shakespeare Hour LIVE!, Shakespeare Theatre Company, November 2020
Guest: “Ethan Hawke’s Cymbeline” The Good, The Bard, and The Ugly, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, November 2020
Blog post: Does a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Modern perfumes and the Myth of the Tudors. Shakespeare & Beyond, Folger Shakespeare Library, Sept. 2020
Presentation: “That Bewitching Perfume.” Co-Organizer of the Panel (with Dr. Kendra Preston Leonard) Early Modern Covens and Contemporary Representations of the Witch, The Witch Institute, August 2021.
Presentation: “‘The courtier’s hands are perfumed with civet’: Perfume and Vexed Masculinity on the Early Modern Stage.” 41st Annual Medieval and Renaissance Forum: VIRTUAL CONFERENCE Scent and Fragrance in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Keene State College, April 2021.
Workshop Participation: “Writing for Public Media.” (Prof. Daniel Pollack-Pelzner and Prof. Elizabeth Tavares.) Shakespeare Association of America, April 2021. (SAA 2021 Travel Grant for Contingent Faculty and Independent Scholars.)
Workshop Co-Leader and Co-Presenter with Dr. Kendra Preston Leonard: “Gothic Before the Gothic: Renaissance Revenge Tragedies.” Romancing the Gothic, March 2021.
Presentation: “Contemporary Shakespeare Theatre and the Pandemic: A Manifesto.” “Pandemic Shakespeare” (Prof. Barbara Bono and Prof. Maria Horne). NeMLA, March 2021.
Twitter Presentation: “Shakespeare, the plague, and the contemporary theatrical response.” The Early Modern Quarantine Conference, June 2020.
Please email me at email@example.com for my complete academic CV, pdfs of any publications, or to inquire about academic writing, collaboration, or speaking opportunities. Many of my publications, syllabi, etc. are available at my Academia.Edu profile. To learn more about my adventures in the alt-ac world, check out my page dedicated to that.