‘Crisis Without Anxiety: The Jacobite Moment of Ann Macklin's Benefit Night, 23rd April 1746' (with David Worrall),
Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theatre Research, 32:2 (2017)  [published 2020]

Petticoat Sailor  to She Crossing: a Writer’s Reflections on Novelizing a Screenplay’, ed. Deborah Cartmell,
Adaptations, Oxford University Press 10 (2017) pp.114-126.   The text is available here at "Oxford Academic".

‘Woman at Sea!  Going Against the Flow: A Writer’s Reflection on Adapting a Feature Length Screenplay into a Novel’ (book chapter),
The Many Facets of Adaptation, eds. Rodica Dmitru, Georgina Lock, Veronica Popescu, Sara Laviosa, (Iasi: Linguaculture, 2015) pp. 74-90.

‘Burlesque’ (encyclopedia entry) eds. Gary Day and Jack Lynch, Encyclopedia of British Literature 1660-1789,  (Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2012).

‘Cross-Dressed Performance at The Theatrical Margins: Hannah Snell, The Manual Exercise and The New Wells Spa Theatre, Goodman’s Fields, 1750’
(with David Worrall),  Huntington Library Quarterly 77 (2014), pp. 17-36.  The text is available at:


‘Honouring the Wound: War and Performance in the Lives of Hannah Snell, Deborah Sampson and Pauline Cushman’ (book chapter),
eds. Veronica Popescu and Radu Andriescu,
Inscriptions on the Body: Violence and its Encodings in Literature and Film, (Iasi: Linguaculture, 2011) Issue 2, pp.23–38.

‘Performance and Performing in Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s Letters from The Embassy at Istanbul’,
Britain and the Moslem World, ed. Gerald Maclean, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2011. pp.102-114.

 'Lady Mary Wortley Montagu goes Strolling', Restoration and Eighteenth Century Theatre Research, Vol 33, (2021) pp. 135-141.

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