JENNIFER LINHART WOOD (PhD in English, George Washington University) is an Associate Editor at Shakespeare Quarterly. Her work has appeared in Shakespeare Studies, the Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, and in the collection Gender and Song in Early Modern England (Ashgate, 2014). Her current book project, Sounding Otherness in Early Modern England, explores uncanny sonic encounters between different early modern cultures as described in the travel narrative archive and enacted in the sonic laboratory of the theater.
Evan Rhodes is a Senior Executive Advisor at CEB, a research and technology company helping senior executives and their teams drive corporate performance. In his role he helps executives benchmark the effectiveness of their processes and strategies and redesign them based on best practice data and insight. Prior to joining CEB in 2013, he received his PhD in English from the University of Virginia, specializing in Anglo-American modernism.