I work on Renaissance literature, with a particular interest in the drama of Christopher Marlowe. My first book, _Christopher Marlowe and the Failure to Unify_, was published in 2015, and I have published widely on Marlowe elsewhere. I'm also interested in editing and textual theory, and am beginning a new project on the island space in the Renaissance literary imagination. I teach on a range of Renaissance-focused modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
My academic support and feedback hours are Wednesday 10–11am (online or in person if by appointment) and Thursday 2–3pm (online only).