Presentations & Talks

UPCOMING

Invited faculty panelist, “Professionally Leveraging Social Media: Tips for Graduate Students,” Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week, UNCG Graduate Student Association • 1 April 2019 • 12:00-12:50pm

RECENT

“‘The Egyptian Oyntment’: Early Modern Women, Race, and the Recipe Archive,” panel “Women Writing Race in Early Modern England” sponsored by the Society for the Study of Early Modern WomenRenaissance Society of America • Toronto, ON • 18 March 2019 • 2:00-3:30pm

“Artisans of Immortality: Science, Recipes, and Race in Early Modern Drama,” Yale Renaissance Colloquium, Department of English, Yale University • New Haven, CT • 1 March 2019 • 10:30am-12:30pm

Panelist, “The Shakespeare We Love: Why He Thrives Today • A Panel Discussion Introducing UNCG’s Production of Shakespeare in Love,” Sprinkle Theatre • Greensboro, NC • 15 February 2019

“Magic and Monstrosity in Shakespeare’s Global Fairyland,” Insight at Triad Stage, A Midsummer Night’s Dream • Greensboro, NC • 4 November 2018

“Artisans of the Skin and the Preservative Arts: Candying, Cosmetics, and Embalming in Early Modern England,” Renaissance Skin Workshop: Artisans of the Surface in Early Modern Europe, 1450-1750, The Anatomy Museum, King’s College London • London, UK • 20-21 September 2018 (Programme)

“Sleeping Potions and Preservative Paints in The Winter’s Tale: Temporal Experiments in Preservation,” Shakespeare Association of America • Los Angeles, CA • March 2018

“The Living Corpse: Writing Early Modern Theologies of Body and Matter in Paracelsian Mummy,” Sixteenth Century Society & Conference • Milwaukee, WI • October 2017

“Reading Image, Text, and World-Division in 17th-Century English Geographical Playing Cards,” Southeastern Renaissance Conference • Columbia, SC • October 2017

“Cosmetics of Color: Celia as Aliena in As You Like It,” Frame/Works, University of North Carolina at Greensboro • Greensboro, NC • September 2017