PhD Candidate
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast

Research Interests:
Authorship, attribution and collaboration in the early modern theatre; the works of Philip Massinger and his Jacobean contemporaries; politics and religion in Jacobean and Caroline England; modern representations of early modern drama and history.

Select Publications:
‘“There is so much to see in Rome”: The Cinematic Materialities of Martin Luther’s Reformation’, in Filming and Performing Renaissance History, Mark Thornton Burnett and Adrian Streete (eds) Palgrave, 2011

Funded Projects:
Doctoral thesis – ‘Philip Massinger’s Collaborative Theatre: Politics, Religion, Authorship’ [funded by DEL, ongoing]

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