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“Hamlet and the Truth About Friendship,” 100-120 in Worldmaking and Early Modern English Literature (Fordham University Press, 2016).
"As You Like It and the Theater of Hospitality," 157-173 in Shakespeare and Hospitality: Ethics, Politics, and Exchange, ed. David Goldstein and Julia Lupton (Routledge, 2016)
"Milton, Habermas, and the Dynamics of Debate," 237-256 in The Return to Theory in Early Modern English Studies, vol. 2, ed. Paul Cefalu, Gary Kuchar, Bryan Reynolds (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).
"Donne's Biathanatos and the Public Sphere's Vexing Freedom," ELH: English Literary History 81:1 (2014): 61-81.
"Metaphysical Freedom," Modern Language Quarterly 74:4 (2013): 465-492.
"The Winter's Tale: Faith in Law and the Law of Faith," in Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval & Renaissance Studies 24:3(2012): 260-281.
"'And here's thy hand': Titus Andronicus in a Time of Terror," in Shakespeare Yearbook ("Shakespeare after 9/11" special issue, ed. Julia Reinhard Lupton, 2011), 191-201.
Open Subjects: English Renaissance Republicans, Modern Selfhoods, and the Virtue of Vulnerability (Edinburgh UP, 2011 as the inaugural volume of Edinburgh Critical Studies in Renaissance Culture, ed. Lorna Hutson). Paperback edition October 2012.
"'Why Want?': Scepticism, Sovereignty, Sodomy," in ShakesQueer, ed. Madhavi Menon (Durham: Duke University Press, 2010), 361-8.
"Habermas Goes to Hell: Pleasure, Public Reason, and the Republicanism of Paradise Lost," Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 51:1 (2009): 105-145.
"Unbuilding the City: Coriolanus and the Birth of Republican Rome," Shakespeare Quarterly 58:2 (2007): 174-199.