I am a Departmental Lecturer at Jesus College. My research concentrates on Shakespeare, early modern drama, and book history, with an emphasis on conditions of theatrical and textual production and reception. My first monograph, Publishing the History Play in the Time of Shakespeare: Stationers Shaping a Genre (CUP 2022), offers a reappraisal of the 'history play' by showing how the publication process and its agents have helped to define, develop, and 'read' the genre. I am working on two further book projects: Authorships and Authority in Early Modern Dramatic Paratexts examines playbook paratexts as a critical site for negotiating and developing ideas of authorship during the period. Wartime Shakespeare: Performing Narratives of Conflict explores how Shakespeare has been 'mobilized' during periods of war from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century.