PEER- REVIEWED ARTICLES:
Japan Dramas and Shakespeare at St Omers English Jesuit College. Renaissance Quarterly, accepted and forthcoming.
Windsor’s World of Words: Multilingualism in The Merry Wives of Windsor. English Literary Renaissance, accepted and forthcoming.
Samuel Daniel’s The Queenes Arcadia and the translation of Italian pastoral tragicomedy into Renaissance England. In the “English among the Literatures of Early Modernity” Special Section, Shakespeare Studies 48 (2020): 73-79.
Cosmopolitan Windsor: Seduction and Translation in Shakespeare’s “English Comedy.” In the “Shakespeare Association of America NextGenPlen” Special Section, Shakespeare Studies 48 (2020): 139-45.
Printed Plays and Polyglot Books: The Multilingual Textures of Early Modern English Drama. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 112.4 (2018): 481-511.
A 1562 Petrarchan Italian-English Dictionary Inscribed by “Maria sidney.” Sidney Journal 36.1 (2018): 41-52.
Jonson’s ‘Italian Riddle’: Epicene and the Translation of Aretino’s Female Speech. Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 120-39.
Robert Tofte’s Of Mariage and Wiuing and the Bishops’ Ban of 1599. Studies in Philology 110.3 (2013): 506-32.
‘Is it unmaidenly?’ Courtly and Carnal Language in Hemingway’s Across the River and Into the Trees. Hemingway Review 33.1 (2013): 44-60.
NOTES & SHORT ARTICLES:
Dictionaries and Languages in Early Modern England. In The Routledge Encyclopedia of the Renaissance World, edited by Kristen Poole, accepted and forthcoming.
A new multilingual “source” for Shakespeare’s Henry IV Part 1. Notes & Queries 66.3 (2019): 417-18
“Deuine Ariosto his Ring” and Gratiano’s Bawdy Pun. Notes & Queries 60.3 (2013): 410-11.
Coldiron, A. E. B. Printers Without Borders: Translation and Textuality in the Renaissance. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015. Philological Quarterly 95.1 (2016): 157-60.
Shakespeare in Ten Acts. The British Library. SHARP News (September, 2016).
Centering Spenser: A 3-D View of Spenser’s Irish Castle. Spenser Review 44.2 (2014).
Prefatory Friendships: Florio’s Montaigne and Material Technologies of the Self. Renaissance Papers 2013. Ed. Jim Pearce and Joanna Kucinski. Rochester: Camden House. 83-100.