“Incomplete Dramaturgies,” Shakespeare Bulletin 40.1 (2022) [8,500 words]
“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]
Borrower and Lenders 13.1, special issue: ‘Shakespeare and Politics Between Media’ (co-edited with Sally Barnden). [published]
‘New Directions in Shakespeare Performance’ (co-curated with C.K. Ash), in the The Arden Research Handbook of Shakespeare and Contemporary Performance (Editors: Peter Kirwan and Kathryn Prince). [published 2021]
As You Like It for the Arden Performance Editions (General Editors: Abigail Rokison-Woodall, Michael Dobson, and Simon Russell Beale). [available for pre-order now; expected publication October 2021].
Canonical Misogyny: Dramaturgies of Sexual Violence in Early Modern Performance (under contract with Edinburgh University Press, expected publication 2025).
‘Disrupting Atrocious Dramaturgies in Measure for Measure’, for Atrocity and Early Modern Drama (Editors: Sarah Johnson and Georgina Lucas) (under contract with Bloomsbury Arden, expected publication 2023).
‘(Un)Veiling in Measure for Measure’, for Shakespeare at the Intersection of Performance and Appropriation (Editors: Louise Geddes, Kathryn Vomero Santos, and Geoffrey Way).
Author is N.J. Williams except where otherwise noted.
If you really must, you can read my PhD thesis at this link.