Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters
“Ecclesiological Unity and the Enlargement of Scripture: Richard Sibbes and Figural Reading.” All Thy Lights Combine: Figural Reading in the Anglican Tradition. Eds. Ephraim Radner and David Ney. Lexham Press: 2022.
“Anthony Copley and the Paradoxes of Parody.” Renaissance Studies 35.5 (June 2021).
“Utopian Literality: Thomas More and the Faith of Catholic Reading.” Forthcoming in Studies in Philology (Spring 2020)
“Book, Body, and Bread: Reading Aemelia Lanyer’s Eucharist.” Philological Quarterly 96.1 (Winter 2017).
“The Georgic Mode and ‘Poor Labours’ of George Herbert.” Renaissance Studies 30.2 (April 2016)
Entries and Reviews
Introduction to King Lear, in To This You Are Called: A Reader on Vocation in Christian Education (Zondervan Academic). Anthology forthcoming in 2023.
Review of Debating the Sacraments (Oxford UP, 2019) Renaissance Quarterly (2020).
Review of Allegory and Enchantment (Oxford UP, 2016). Renaissance Quarterly 71.1 (Spring 2018)