Academic Presentations


July 2018:
Kings and Queens VII: Ruling Sexualities

Paper: Kings' Stomachs and Concrete Elephants: Gendering Elizabeth I through the Tilbury Speech
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July 2018:
Society for Renaissance Studies 8th Biennial Conference

Paper: "As Solomon, so I above all things have desired wisdom"—Elizabeth I, Biblical Analogies, and the Catholic Threat of the 1580s
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June 2018:
British Shakespeare Association Conference 2018

Paper: Child Actors, Shakespeare, and Skill: Enskilling Child Actors in Elizabethan England
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April 2018:
Elizabeth I: The Armada and Beyond, 1588 to 2018

Paper: Kings' Stomachs and Concrete Elephants: Gendering Elizabeth I through the Tilbury Speech
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February 2017:
Australia and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS) Biennial Conference

Paper: The King, the Queen, the Virgin, and the Cross: Catholicism versus Protestantism in Elizabeth and Elizabeth: The Golden Age
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November 2016:
Australia and New Zealand Shakespeare Association Biennial Conference

Paper: The Edge of Adulthood: Shakespeare and the Enskillment of Child Actors in Elizabethan England
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July 2016:
International Medieval Congress, Leeds (Invited Presentation)

Paper: A man? A woman? A lesbian? A whore?: Queen Elizabeth I and the cinematic subversion of gender
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April 2016:
Department of English and Linguistics Seminar Series

Paper: "Never mistake a civic pageant for King Lear" – Child Actors' Skill in Elizabethan Civic Entertainments
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December 2015:
Memory Day 2015: Memory and Skill Across Time

Paper: Child Actors' Skill in Elizabethan Civic Entertainments
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July 2015:
ANZAMEMS Biennial Conference

Paper: "I have become a Virgin" – The Virgin Queen in film
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June 2015:
Royals on Tour: The Politics and Pageantry of Royal Visits

Paper: "A great and long voyage" – Princess Cecelia of Sweden's visit to England in 1565
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July 2014:
Australian Historical Association Conference

Paper: "Tonight I think I die" – Elizabethan Religious Conflict and Violence on Film
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