Dr Erin Julian is the Postdoctoral Research Fellow for the Leverhulme-funded Engendering the Stage project (Roehampton/KCL). Her research focuses on sexual and gendered violence in early modern drama, particularly as it intersects with contemporary dramatic practice around labour, equity, and inclusion. Her publications include the ‘Ethics: The challenge of practicing (and not just representing) diversity at the Stratford Festival of Canada’ in the forthcoming Arden Research Handbook of Shakespeare and Contemporary Performance (co-authored with Kim Solga); ‘“Our hurtless mirth”: What’s Funny About Marston’s The Dutch Courtesan?’, Early Theatre 23.1 (2019); The Alchemist: A Critical Reader (Bloomsbury, 2014). She is also the performance note editor for the forthcoming edition of Wilson’s The Three Ladies of London for Queen’s Men Editions.
For the Oxford Marston she is co-editing The Dutch Courtesan with Helen Ostovich.