Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
Ph.D. in Literary and Cultural Theory, Carnegie Mellon University
English Renaissance literature
Literary and cultural theory
Shakespeare and eco-criticism
Theater in early modern urban culture
History of the discipline
Visiting researcher, Keio University, Tokyo.
“Shakespeare’s Cognitive Ethology: Bias as Plasticity,” Special Issue: Renaissance Posthumanism and Its Afterlives, Criticism Summer 2020, Vol. 62, No. 3, pp. 367–385.
“Cognitive Ethology Studies: Paleo Hamlet.” In Twenty-First Century Directions. Arden Research Handbook of Contemporary Shakespeare Criticism. Ed. Evelyn Gajowski, London: Blookmsbury, 2020.
“Shakespeare, the Swing Voter.” Afterword, Shakespeare and the 99%, Eds. Sharon O’Dair and Timothy Francisco, Palgrave, 2018.
“Introduction: Shakes-cene” co-written with Lowell Duckert, Special Issue of Early Modern Culture, Shakespeare in the Anthropocene, co-edited with Lowell Duckert, 2018.
“The Trick of Singularity: Twelfth Night, Stewards of the Post-Human, and the Problem of Aesthetics.” In Fragments for a History of a Vanishing Humanisms, Eds. Editors: Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, and Betsy McCormick. series, "Interventions: New Studies in Medieval Culture. Ed. Ethan Knapp. Ohio State University Press, 2016.
“On Paying Off and Paying Back: 2012 Annual MMLA Convention” President’s Address and Introduction to PMMLA (2014) 47.1.
“Before the Trains of Thought Have Been Laid Down So Firmly: The Premodern Post/human.” Guest Editor with Eileen Joy of Inaugural Issues 1 & 2
“When Did We Become Posthuman?” postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies. (2010) 1.1:1-9.