Uncanny Fidelity: Recognizing Shakespeare in Twenty-First-Century Film and Television. Single-authored monograph. Strode Series in Early Modern Literature and Culture. University of Alabama Press (2024)
New Psychoanalytic Readings of Shakespeare: Cool Reason and Seething Brains. Collection of essays edited with James W. Stone. Routledge Studies in Shakespeare. Routledge (2024)
Articles and Book Chapters
"Staging the Woman in The Tempest and Ex Machina" in New Psychoanalytic Readings of Shakespeare: Cool Reason and Seething Brains, edited by James Newlin and James W. Stone. Routledge (2024).
Introduction. In New Psychoanalytic Readings of Shakespeare: Cool Reason and Seething Brains, edited by James Newlin and James W. Stone. Routledge (2024). Co-written with James W. Stone.
"Søren Kierkegaard's Adaptation of King Lear" in Disseminating Shakespeare in the Nordic Countries, edited by Nely Keinänen and Per Sivefors. Global Shakespeare Inverted series. Bloomsbury (2022).
"Excellent at Faults: The Experience of Twelfth Night and History of Madness." Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, 33.2 (2019): 27-44.
"Foul Pranks: Recognizing Vice Principals as a Comic Othello." Shakespeare Bulletin, 36.2 (2018): 197-223.
"'How Every Fool Can Play Upon The Word': Allegories of Reading in The Merchant of Venice and Pericles" in New Readings of "The Merchant of Venice," edited by Horacio Sierra. Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2013): 109-130.
"The Touch of the Real in New Historicism and Psychoanalysis." SubStance, 42.1 (2013): 82-101.
"Living On The Edge: Deconstruction, the Limits of Readability, and Philip Roth's The Counterlife." Philip Roth Studies, 8.2 (2012): 161-177.
Reviews and Papers Published in Conference Proceedings
Review of Lend Me Your Ears podcast. Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation. 12.2 (2019).
"The State(s) They're In: Intersections of the Henriad, Hustler Narratives, and Alternative Music in Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho." Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference, 3 (2011): np.
"'Gimme Gimme This, Gimme Gimme That': Confused Sexualities and Genres in Cooper and Mayerson's Horror Hospital Unplugged." ImageText, 4.3 (2009): np.
Please see CV for complete list of previous conference presentations and campus talks.
"Uncanny Fidelity: Recognizing Shakespeare in Twenty-First Century Film and Television," talk delivered at the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western Reserve University, October 13, 2020.
"Reading King Lear Again with Jacques Lacan." Article. In submission.
Great Confusion: "King Lear" ands Its Readings. Book manuscript.