- 17 March 2019 (4-5:30 p.m.): I’m presenting a paper, “Lyric Bureaucracy: Andrew Marvell and the Aesthetics of Efficiency” at an Andrew Marvell Society panel at The Renaissance Society of American Conference in Toronto. I’m on the panel with Nicholas von Maltzahn, Ed Holberton, and Jack Avery.
- October 2018: A new issue of Marvell Studies (vol. 3, no. 2) has just appeared. It includes essays by Joan Faust and Laura Seymour, a short article by Nicholas von Maltzahn, and reviews of books by George Klawitter and A.D. Cousins, as well as a collection of essays edited by Matthew Augustine and Steven Zwicker.
- January 2018: My essay on Andrew Marvell’s verse satire and the nature of value, “Literalizing Value: Poetry, Evaluation, and the Market in Marvell’s ‘The Last Instructions,'” appeared in Marvell Studies.
- September 2017: My essay on Andrew Marvell’s “The Garden,” “Sameness and the Poetics of Non-Relation,” appeared in the most recent issue of PMLA. It examines the relationship between creativity and subtraction in Marvell’s verse and forms part of my current project on value and exchange in seventeenth-century lyric.
- Video link to “Illuminating the Word: The Devotional Tradition and the Future of Poetry,” a symposium on devotional lyrics at Brigham Young University, 20-21 November 2014. My paper, “Religious Formalism,” is part of the first panel on early modern devotional lyrics.