“Resources for teaching The Changeling” in Mark Hutchings (ed.), The Changeling: A Critical Reader, London: Bloomsbury Arden (2019) [8,000 words]
“@Shakespeare and @TwasFletcher: Performances of Authority,” Humanities 8.1 (2019), 46 [open access; 9,000 words]
“Writing the collaborative process: Measure (Still) for Measure, Shakespeare, and rape culture,” PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research 2.1 (2018), Article 6 [open access; 6,000 words]
“Multivalence: The Young Vic and a postmodern Changeling,” in Kara Reilly (ed.), Contemporary Approaches to Adaptation, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (2017) [8,000 words]
“The Changeling presented by Shakespeare’s Globe at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, London, January 2015,” Early Modern Literary Studies 19.2 (2017) [critical review; open access; 4,000 words]
“‘Cannot I keep that secret?’: Editing and performing asides in The Changeling,” Shakespeare Bulletin 34.1 (2016), pp. 29-45. [6,000 words]
Shakespeare’s Globe, Social Media, and the Idea of Democracy, for the Cambridge Elements: Shakespeare Performance series (General Editor: W.B. Worthen) [manuscript in revisions; 30,000 words]
‘Shakespeare and Politics Between Media’ (Special issue of Borrowers and Lenders, co-edited with Sally Barnden). [manuscripts under review; expected 2019]
As You Like It for the Arden Performance Editions (General Editors: Abigail Rokison-Woodall, Michael Dobson, and Simon Russell Beale). [30,000 words, including notes and introduction; under contract; expected 2020].
I am also co-curating (with Cassie Ash) a 15,000-word section of interviews with contemporary theatre practitioners on the future of Shakespearean performance for the Bloomsbury Research Companion to Shakespeare in Performance (Editors: Peter Kirwan and Kathryn Prince). [manuscript in revisions; under contract; expected 2020].
I am a regular contributor to Howlround, and have appeared on the Remixing the Humanities podcast and the NRN Blog. A full list of publications can be found here.
Author is N.J. Williams except where otherwise noted.
If you really must, you can read my PhD thesis at this link.