Penelope Geng is an assistant professor of English at Macalester College. Her research explores the intersection of drama, law, and religion. She is completing her first book “Communal Justice in Shakespeare’s England,” which examines popular representations of communal justice and lay judgment in early modern England. Her articles appear in Studies in Philology (2017), The Sixteenth Century Journal (2012), and The Ben Jonson Journal (2011). She is from Toronto, Canada, and currently lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.