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PhD Examiner External Examiner Role University of London  
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Thesis and viva examiner, Joel Grossman (QMUL)
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30-SEP-2016
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Editor Editorial Role Routledge (Taylor and Francis)  
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Chris Stamatakis and Enza de Francisci, eds., "Shakespeare, Italy, and Transnational Exchange: Early Modern to Present" (London: Routledge, 2017).
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2017
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Palaeography Study Day Public Engagement Institute of English Studies 20-JAN-2018
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Institute of English Studies, ‘Introduction to EarlyModern English Palaeography’
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20-JAN-2018
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Invited Speaker Invited Speaker University of Southampton 12-DEC-2017
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University of Southampton, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture (CMRC) Research Seminar.
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12-DEC-2017
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Shakespearience workshop Public Engagement UCL English Society / UCL PEN 30-NOV-2017
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Shakespearience workshop, ‘As You Like It: A Problem Comedy?’, disseminating research on Shakespeare’s Italian sources to a local state secondary community from St Andrew’s CE School.
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01-DEC-2017
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Chapter Contributor Invited Contributor Oxford Journals, Oxford University Press 01-SEP-2017
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‘Afterword: Rule-Making & Rule-Breaking’, in 'Artes Poeticae: Formations and Transformations, 1500–1700', ed. by Vladimir Brljak and Micha Lazarus, Special Issue of 'Classical Receptions Journal' (Oxford Journals) (Forthcoming, 2020).
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Contributor and Advisor, EMERG Participant in Academic Collaboration, Network or Consortia Department of English, UCL SEP-2017
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Contributor and Advisor, Early Modern English Reading Group
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Oxford Teacher Seminar Participant in Academic Collaboration, Network or Consortia University of Oxford 24-JUL-2017
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Oxford Teachers Seminar, Mansfield College, Oxford, 24–28 July 2017, "Shakespeare and History", with Dr Tim Smith-Laing, of which ‘The Spanish Tragedy and Hamlet’. Also, Oxford Teacher Seminar, Worcester College, Oxford, 24–31 July 2018, "Shakespeare and History", with Dr Tim Smith-Laing, of which ‘Revenge Tragedy: Justice, Law, Genre’
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Invited Speaker Invited Speaker University of Newcastle 12-JUL-2017
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Thomas Nashe and his Contemporaries.
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14-JUL-2017
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Workshop on Writing Abstracts and Proposals Participant in Academic Collaboration, Network or Consortia Department of English, UCL 03-JUN-2017
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Workshop speaker, N/EMICS Conference, ‘Pattern and Ornament’, UCL
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04-JUN-2017
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