Annotations in Songes and Sonettes by the ryght honorable Lorde Henry Howard late Earle of Surrey, and other (1565) Huntington Library 31935

Annotations in Songes and Sonettes by the ryght honorable Lorde Henry Howard late Earle of Surrey, and other (1565) Huntington Library 31935

Invited Talks

“Linking Love: Lyric Desire and Disorderly English Sonnet Books,” Chicago Renaissance Seminar, University of Chicago, April 2018.

“Not Reading,” Faculty Roundtable, English Graduate Student Conference, University of Chicago, November 2017.

“Imitating Joy: Miscellaneous Sonnets and the Experimental Poetics of Early Modern Books,” Folger Shakespeare Library, Fellows’ Research Colloquia, Washington, April 2017.

“Unbound: Manuscript Fragments,” Material Witness Series, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, October 2016.

“A (Shepherd’s) Description of Love,” Tricks of Singularity: Poems and Comparative Poetics in Renaissance Europe, Newberry Library, Chicago, October 2015.

“Gascoigne’s Additive Forms,” Renaissance Workshop, University of Chicago, October 2014.

“Elizabethan Metaphors, Victorian Miscellanies,” Folger Shakespeare Library Fellows Speaker Series, Washington, August 2014.

Conference Organization

“Marlowe without Marlowe: The Case of ‘The Passionate Shepherd,’” panel with Vin Nardizzi and Adam Hooks, Marlowe Society of America, Wittenberg, Germany, July 2018.

“Histories of the Miscellany,” roundtable with Megan Cook, Renaissance Society of America, New Orleans, March 2018. 

Accident and the Archives,” seminar organized with Whitney Trettien, Shakespeare Association of America Program, Atlanta, April 2017.

Deranged Verse: Intermedia Arrangement in Seventeenth-Century England,” special session organized with Claire Bourne and Scott Trudell, Modern Language Association, Austin, January 2016.

Selected Conference Papers

“‘Another of the same nature, made since’: The History of ‘The Passionate Shepherd’ in Collection,” Marlowe Society of America, Wittenberg, Germany, July 2018.

“Histories of the Miscellany,” Renaissance Society of America, New Orleans, March 2018. 

“‘Filthy, Tattered, and Torn’: Disbound Manuscripts and the History of Waste,” Bibliography Among the Disciplines Conference, Philadelphia, October 2017.

“Poetic Bibliography: Literary History at the Limits of the Catalogue,” Book History and Digital Humanities Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison, September 2017.

“Forging Intention,” Shakespeare Association of America, New Orleans, March 2016.

“Metempsychotic Manuscripts,” Modern Language Association, Austin, January 2016.

“Miscellaneous Designs,” Shakespeare Association of America, Vancouver, April 2015.

“Pastoral Paratexts,” Modern Language Association, Vancouver, January 2015.

“Before Miscellaneity,” Renaissance Society of America, New York, March 2014.

“Texts and Forms: Gascoigne’s Poetic Pamphlets,” Society for Textual Scholarship, Seattle, March 2014.

 “Ovid’s Nose: Smelling the Flowers of Fancy in Love’s Labor’s Lost,” Renaissance Society of America, San Diego, April 2013.

“Against Selection: Spenser’s Poetic Patterns,” Shakespeare Association of America, Toronto, March 28–30, 2013

 “Shakespeare’s Valediction,” Shakespeare Association of America, Boston, April 2012.

 “Noting Locations, Finding Donne,”  Notational Iconicity, Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany, July 2011.

“‘This second imprinting so turquened and turned’: George Gascoigne’s Editorial Invention,” Shakespeare Association of America, Bellevue, April 2011.

“Collective Use: Reading for an Authorial Corpus in Manuscript References to Poems, by J. D.,” Music, Literature, Illustration: Collaboration and Networks in English Manuscript Culture c. 1500-1700, Southampton University, Chawton, UK, February 2010.

“Exile and Social Subjectivity in Cavendish’s Description of a New World, Called the Blazing World,” American Comparative Literature Association, Princeton, March 2006.