Detail of "Epicoene" in The Workes of Beniamin Jonson, 1616 (Folger Shakespeare Library) [STC 14751 (Copy 1)].

Detail of "Epicoene" in The Workes of Beniamin Jonson, 1616 (Folger Shakespeare Library) [STC 14751 (Copy 1)].

 

AS ORGANIZER

[Panel] Shared Archives, New Methods: Book History & Theater History Across Media (with Tara L. Lyons, Illinois State University), Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting, Atlanta GA (April 2017)

[Panel] Marlowe and The Book, Marlowe Society of America @ Modern Language Association Convention, Philadelphia PA (January 2017)

[Panel] Deranged Verse: Inter-Media Arrangements in Seventeenth-Century England, Modern Language Association Convention, Austin TX (January 2016)

[Seminar] Shakespeare and Book Design (with Jonathan P. Lamb, University of Kansas), Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting, Vancouver BC (April 2015)

 

AS PRESENTER {*INVITED}

Asides: Performance and Print." Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting, Atlanta GA (April 2017)

* “‘marked thus †’: The Jew of Malta (1633) and the Typography of Irony.” Modern Language Association Convention, Philadelphia PA (January 2017)

*“The Typography of Dramatic Form in Early Modern England.” Early Modern Graduate Seminar, University of Oxford, Oxford UK (May 2016)

Teaching with Type: Typography in/as Pedagogy.” Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting — SEMINAR: Teaching Textual Studies in/through Shakespeare, New Orleans LA (March 2016)

*“Typographies of Performance: Action, Speech, Scene.” Shakespeare's Theatrical Documents, Spring Symposium, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington DC (March 2016)

‘disjoyn’d and yet united too’: Antony & Cleopatra, Moveable Scenes, and Play-Reading for Place." Modern Language Association Convention, Austin TX (January 2016)

 “Turn It Up (or Down): Dramatic Action & Typographic Experiment in Early Modern Playbooks.” Eighth Blackfriars Conference, Staunton, VA (October 2015)

Hybrid Playbooks, Dramatic Typography, & Designs for Play-Reading in 17th-Century England." Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing Conference, Montreal QC (July 2015)

*“Designs for Play-Reading: Typographic Experiment & Performance Innovation in Early Modern England.” Fellows’ Research Colloquia, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington DC (May 2015) 

*“punctually as it was acted’: The Typography of Action in Early Modern Playbooks.” Seminar in the History of Material Texts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA (April 2015)

*"How to Lay a Scene: Q1 Romeo & Juliet and the Principles of Textual Division." Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar VA (October 2014)

*“‘Reade him, therefore; and againe, and againe': The Free Library of Philadelphia's First Folio in Context." Rare Book Department, Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA (May 2014)

Dramatic Typography and the Shakespearean Text." Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting — SEMINAR: New Generations in "The Materiality of the Shakespearean Text," St. Louis, MO (April 2014)

What is a Play? Print, Performance, and the Stationers’ Register.” SHARP @ RSA Panel: Fragments and Gatherings 2 (Drama), Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, New York, NY (March 2014) 

*“Dramatic Pilcrows: Symbolic Type and the Making of English Literary Drama.” The Bibliographical Society of America Annual Meeting. New York, NY (January 2014) 

*Invited Speaker, Final Plenary: “Mapping Book History.” 21st Annual Conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, Philadelphia, PA (July 2013)

Dramatic Pilcrows.” 21st Annual Conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing, Philadelphia, PA (July 2013)

*“Making a Scene; or, Tamburlaine the Great in Print.” Seventh International Marlowe Conference, Staunton, VA (June 2013)

Vide SupplementumRe-Reading the First Folio in the Seventeenth Century.” Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting — SEMINAR: Re-Reading Shakespeare, Re-Reading in Shakespeare, Toronto ON (April 2013)

Jonson's Breaches and the Typography of Action.” Society for Textual Scholarship Conference, Austin, TX (June 2012)

High Designe: Beaumont and Fletcher Illustrated.” Medieval-Renaissance Seminar, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (March 2012)

Thomas Walkley, Playbook Illustrations, and the Visual Logic of Bespoke Woodcuts.” Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting — SEMINAR: Shakespeare and Cheap Print, Boston, MA (April 2010)

British National Identity, Multiculturalism & the Public Face of the RSC’s Complete Works Festival.” American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA (March 2009)