I was founding director of CEMS and now live in Baltimore, USA. My main research interest is early modern British literature, particularly in relation to politics, women’s writing and classical reception. Recent publications include David Norbrook, Philip Hardie and Stephen Harrison (eds.), Lucretius and the Early Modern (2015) and ‘Rehearsing the Plebeians: Coriolanus and the Reading of Roman History’, in Chris Fitter (ed.), Shakespeare and the Politics of Commoners (2017). I am general editor of The Works of Lucy Hutchinson, whose second volume, Theological Writings and Translations (ed. with Elizabeth Clarke and Jane Stevenson) will appear in 2018.