Natasha Korda (Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University, 1995) is Professor of English at Wesleyan University. Her research interests include early modern English dramatic literature and culture, theater history, women’s social, economic and legal history, and material and visual culture studies. She is author of Labors Lost: Women’s Work and the Early Modern English Stage (2011) and Shakespeare’s Domestic Economies: Gender and Property in Early Modern England (2002), and co-editor of two anthologies, Working Subjects in Early Modern English Drama (2011) and Staged Properties in Early Modern English Drama (2002). Her research has been supported by the Center for the Humanities at Wesleyan University, an International Research Fellowship at Oxford Brookes University, an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship at the Huntington Library, a Charles S. Singleton Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University’s Villa Spelman, and fellowships at the Folger Shakespeare Library. In 2012 she was invited by the Folger Institute to teach an intensive graduate seminar on “Mastering Research Methods at the Folger.” She has served on the editorial boards of Renaissance Quarterly, Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal and The Greenwood Shakespeare Encyclopedia, on executive committees of the Modern Language Association and the Renaissance Society of America and is a member of the Theater Without Borders research collaborative.