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- nineteenth-century theatre and popular culture in the United States and Britain, intersections of Victorian-era science and theatre, US American gun culture, firearms use in live performance, theatre riots, popular entertainments (world's fairs, music hall, freak shows, minstrelsy, vaudeville), climate change and the performing arts
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Playing Sick: Performances of Illness in the Age of Victorian Medicine. London: Routledge, 2018.
Theatre and the Macabre. Co-edited with Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. Forthcoming 2021.
“Slow Academic Travel: An Antidote for ‘Fly Over’ Scholarship in the Age of Climate Crisis.” Theatre Topics. Forthcoming March 2021.
“Normalizing Disruption: Advocating for Reproductive Health in Academia.” Co-authored with Adanma Onyedike Barton, Kristi Good, and Ariel Nereson. Theatre Topics 29, no. 1 (March 2019): 59-70.
“Look to the Crisis Actors.” Theatre Journal 70, no. 4 (December 2018): 439-441.
“The Sound of Silence: A Viewer’s Guide to Emma González’s March for Our Lives Speech.” Theatre Journal 70, no. 4 (December 2018): E8-E11. Invited.
“‘What if This Bullet is My Legacy?’: The Guns of Hamilton.” Studies in Musical Theatre 12, no. 2 (June 2018): 251-56.
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- England, North America, United Kingdom, United States, Western Europe
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- Gender, Material Culture, Medicine, Women