Scanned image of the magazine ad for China Data Systems, illustrated by a photo of a woman holding a computer punchcard in front of her mouth and nose, so that only her eyes and hairline are visible.

“From Manual to Digital: Women’s Hands and the Work of Eighteenth-Century Studies,” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 52 (2023): 491-516. Read on Project MUSE or download pre-print

“Plague Literature and Pandemic Pedagogy,” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700, 45.2 (2021): p. 37-46. Read on Project MUSE or download PDF

Illustration of a man with a beard, wearing large trousers that go up to his neck.

“Nobodies and Somebodies: Embodying Precarity on the Early Modern English Stage,” Theatre Survey 63.2 (2022): 205-232. Read on Cambridge Core or download pre-print

“Materialisms and the Cultural Turn in Digital Humanities,” in Intermediate Horizons: Book History and Digital Humanities, edited by Mark Vareschi and Heather Wacha (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2022): 167-184. Closed access; contact me for additional information.