Subha Mukherji is a University Senior Lecturer in English. Her research and teaching so far have focused primarily on Renaissance literature, Shakespeare, drama and the law, tragedy (and genre studies), literary negotiations of knowledge, and the poetics of space across cultures. Her publications include Law and Representation in Early Modern Drama (CUP, 2006; 2009); ed. (with Raphael Lyne), Early Modern Tragicomedy (Boydell, 2007); ed. (with Yota Batsaki and Jan-Melissa Schramm), Fictions of Knowledge: Fact, Evidence, Doubt (Palgrave, 2012); ed. Thinking on Thresholds: the Poetics of Transitive Spaces (Anthem, 2011); and numerous articles on Shakespeare and early modern literature. She is leading a 5-year ERC-funded project on Crossroads of Knowledge in Early Modern England: the Place of Literature (2014-2019), and working on a monograph on Questioning Knowledge in Early Modern Literature.