B.A. (Cal State University, Chico); M.A., Ph.D. (McGill), Associate Professor
- Louis Dudek Award for Excellence in Teaching (2003)
- FCAR Postdoctoral Fellowship
- Prix d'Excellence de l'Académie des Grands Montréalais
“Shakespeare in Popular Music.” Section of multivolume work Shakespeares After Shakespeare: An Encyclopedia of the Bard in Mass Media and Popular Culture. Gen. Ed. Richard Burt. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 2006. 366-407.
“Tempaurality in Twelfth Night.” In Aural Cultures, editor Jim Drobnick. YYZ Books, 2004. 120-26.
The Sound of Shakespeare (2002). See the book online.
"The Metamorphosis of Daphnis: The Case for Richard Barnfield's 'Orpheus.'" In The Affectionate Shepherd: Celebrating Richard Barnfield. Eds. George Klawitter and Ken Borris. Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania: Susquehanna UP, 2001: 305-31.
“Roll Over Shakespeare: Bardolatry Meets Beatlemania in the Spring of 1964.” Journal of American Culture, 23.4 (winter) 2000: 75-80.
Shakespeare in popular music from the Victorian era to the present day; sound and listening in Shakespeare in mass media; Shakespeare's inhumanism; Thomas Nashe, Pietro Aretino, and the formation of literary publics.