Articles

  • 'Time's comic sparks: the dramaturgy of A Mad World My Masters and Timon of Athens' (with Emma Smith). Forthcoming in The Oxford Handbook to Thomas Middleton, eds. Trish Henley and Gary Taylor (OUP, 2010).
  • 'Pericles and the Language of National Origins' (with Thomas Roebuck). Forthcoming in Shakespeare and England, eds. Willy Maley and Margaret Tudeau-Clayton (Ashgate, 2010).
  • 'Afterword'. Forthcoming in Reviewing Shakespeare, eds. Paul Edmondson, Paul Prescott, Peter J. Smith (journal special issue, Routledge, 2010).
  • 'W.W. Greg as Literary Critic'. Textual Cultures 4: 2 (2009): 76-87.
  • 'How Many Children had Alice Walker?' In Printing and Parenting in Early Modern Drama ed. Douglas Brooks (London: Ashgate, 2005): 327-35
  • 'Marlovian Texts and Authorship'. In The Cambridge Companion to Christopher Marlowe, ed. Patrick Cheney (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004): 41-55.
  • "'Actions that a man might play": Mourning, Memory and Performance in Hamlet'. Performance Research (2002): 66-76.
  • 'The Anatomy of Abuse(s): Performing Anger in Troilus and Cressida'. Renaissance Drama (2002): 153-84.
  • 'Shakespeare Published'. In Shakespeare: An Oxford Guide, ed. Lena C. Orlin and Stanley Wells (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002): 582-94.
  • 'The Morris Witch in The Witch of Edmonton'. In The Renaissance Tragic Heroine ed. Naomi Conn Liebler (London: Macmillan / Palgrave 2002): 185-98.
  • 'Teaching The Tragedy of Mariam through Performance'. In Approaches to Teaching Renaissance Drama (New York: MLA, 2002): 95-98.
  • 'Cultural Control in The Taming of the Shrew'. In The Taming of the Shrew: Critical Essays, ed. Dana E. Aspinall. London and New York: Routledge, 2002: 236-54.
  • 'The Fencing Scene'. In Approaches to Teaching Hamlet ed. Bernice Kliman (New York: MLA, 2001): 191-196.
  • 'Composition/Decomposition: Singular Shakespeare and Plural Texts'. In Renaissance Text ed. Andrew Murphy (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000): 135-153.
  • 'Feminist Editing and the Body of the Text'. In Dympna Callaghan ed. A Companion to Feminist Shakespeare Studies (Oxford: Blackwell, 1999): 59-79.
  • 'A Printer and a Date for Q4 A Looking Glass for London and England'. Studies in Bibliography 52 (1999): 155-60.
  • '"Oh be some other name": Translating Romeo and Juliet'. In Text and Performance ed. Arthur Kinney and Lois Potter (Newark, DE: U of Delaware P, 1999): 266-85.
  • '(Mis)diagnosing Memorial Reconstruction in John of Bordeaux'. Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England 11 (1998): 114-128.
  • 'The Craft of Printing'. In David Scott Kastan ed. A New Companion to Shakespeare Studies (Oxford: Blackwell, 1998): 343-59.
  • 'Textual Topography' (introductory chapter to Textual Formations and Reformations (see above), pp. 11-18).
  • 'Petruccio and the Barber's Shop'. Studies in Bibliography 51(1998): 117-26.
  • 'The Girls from Ephesus'. In The Comedy of Errors: Critical Essays, ed. Robert S. Miola (New York: Garland Press, 1997): 355-92.
  • 'Cultural Control in The Taming of the Shrew'. Renaissance Drama 26 (1995): 83-104.
  • '"Household Kates": Chez Petruchio, Percy, and Plantagenet'. In S. P. Cerasano and M. Wynne-Davies eds. Gloriana's Face: Women, Public and Private, in the English Renaissance (Harvester Press, 1992): 129-165.
  • 'The Pragmatics of Politics: Casting Henry IV and Henry V'. Cahiers Elisabethains 39 (1990): 9-24.
  • 'Chettle, Lady Jane, and Sir Thomas Wyat'. N&Q 233 (1988): 488-89.
  • 'The New Swan's First Season'. Theatre Notebook 41 (1987): 101-107.
  • 'A Stage Property in A Larum for London'. N&Q 231 (1986): 371-2.
  • 'John Holland and John of Bordeaux'. N&Q 231 (1986): 327-33.
  • 'A King's Men's Contract and Dramatic Output'. N&Q 230 (1985): 73-74.

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