JOURNALISM & NON-ACADEMIC     (see below for academic publishing)

 

 

* Pause and Effect: The Past and Future of Punctuation Marks in History Today, 24 January 2020 (re-published in Time online).

 

 

As editor for the writing platform for women and alumnae of Lucy Cavendish College Cambridge, Lucy Writers Platform, I welcome pitches on any issues related to the environment and post-graduate studies.

 

 

* All the Names of Green: Days at Lake Geneva, published in Shanti Arts, 1 June 2019.

 

 

* 'Every Tree has a Personality': Reflections on Radical Environmentalist Wangari Maathai

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* Women in Shakespeare's Plays: Two entries for the Women are Boring blog on women's research

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* Grendel's Grammar: Guest entry for the Cambridge What literature knows about your brain blog

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* Music, Language, and Earworms: Guest entry for What literature knows about your brain blog

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* Digitisation and its Discontents: Blog entry for Cambridge Nautilus edition on technology and the environment. Read more here.

 

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC PUBLISHING

 

 

BOOKS

 

* An Art Beyond All Arts, to Make a Bad Wife Good, forthcoming in 2020-21.

 

(Translation and edition of an early modern German version of The Taming of the Shrew, to be published with Arden Shakespeare, in cooperation with Lukas Erne. For more on the project, click here.) 

 

 

CHAPTERS

 

* ''The wisedome of your feete': Dance, Rhetoric, and Cognition' in The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Dance, edited by Lynsey Culloch, and Brandon Shaw (Oxford, 2019). Click here.

 

 

* Kenelm Digby, Entry in the Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy, Springer International Publishing (2018), ed. by Marco Sgarbi. Click here.

 

 

 

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

 

* 'Shakespeare's Musical Reformation: Sounds of Silence?' in Early Modern Literary Studies, forthcoming in 2020.

 

 

* 'More than 'Noise': Music as Pacemaker in As you Like it' in Shakespeare (2019). Click here.

 

 

* 'The Taming of the Shrew and Editorial Engagement: New Evidence from English Sources and Continental Adaptations' in Notes and Queries, Vol. 66, Issue 3 (2019), pp.410-15. Click here.

 

 

* ''Fashioning Faith to forms (im)mutable': The Rondeau and Trust in the Poetry of Sir Thomas Wyatt' in The Cambridge Quarterly, Vol. 47, Number 2 (2018), pp.222-42. Click here.

 

 

* ''Psalms or Anything': New Evidence for Psalm Allusions in The Merry Wives of Windsor' in Notes and Queries, Vol.65, Issue 1 (2018), pp.71-74. Click here.

 

 

 

REVIEWS

 

* 'In Praise of Useless Poetry: On Not Defending Poetry: Defence and Indefensibility in Sidney's Defence of Poesy by Catherine Bates (Oxford, 2017)' in The Cambridge Quarterly, Vol.48, Issue 2 (2019), pp.171-80. Click here.