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Matthew Steggle

Co-General-Editor, with Martin Butler, of The Oxford Works of John Marston, 4 vols (Oxford, forthcoming 2020), and co-investigator on the £715,000 AHRC grant obtained in 2015; edited Measure for Measure for the Norton Shakespeare, 3rd edn, under the General Editorship of Stephen Greenblatt (2015).   Co-edited (with Eric Rasmussen) Cynthia's Revels for The Cambridge Works of Ben Jonson (2012).  Contributing editor to the innovative online edition Richard Brome Online (2010), and contributing editor to the forthcoming Oxford Works of Richard Brome (forthcoming, 2020). 

Especially interested in "historicized performance studies", broadly defined; and "acoustic approaches" to early modern drama.  Recent prizes include the Calvin and Rose G. Hoffman Prize for Distinguished Publication on Christopher Marlowe (2015); the Renaissance Society of America/TCP Prize for Digital Renaissance Research (2015); and an Early Theatre Prize (2017).

Co-editor, with David McInnis, of Lost Plays In Shakespeare's England (2014), "a major achievement" (TLS) which redefines the canon of early modern drama. Co-editor, with David McInnis and Roslyn L. Knutson, of the Lost Plays Database, http://www.lostplays.org

Numerous digital humanities advisory board roles including JISC Historical Texts.  Peer-reviewed contributions to digital humanities publications including the Blackwell Companion to Digital Literary StudiesNew Technologies and Renaissance Studies; Digital Studies/Le Champ Numerique.  Author of Internet for English, the JISC-sponsored Intute guide.  Recent monograph, Digital Humanities and the Lost Drama of Early Modern England: Ten Case Studies.

Theatre History Podcast #40

Theatre History Podcast #40

Dr. José A. Pérez Díez & Dr. Matthew Steggle Introduce the Oxford Marston

24 July 2017

Dr. José A. Pérez Díez & Dr. Matthew Steggle talk about early modern English playwright John Marston and how they're editing his Complete Works