Derek Miller is an Assistant Professor of English at Harvard University, where he teaches courses in dramatic literature and theater history. His work focuses on the the material history of the performing arts, as well as on intersections between music and performance. Judicial Criticism, his current book project, explores the implicit legal theories of the performing arts in nineteenth-century Anglo-American copyright law. His articles and reviews have appeared in Theatre Journal, Contemporary Theatre Review, TDR, Studies in Musical Theatre, and Musicology Australia. He is also developing a digital humanities project, Visualizing Broadway, which aims to comprehend Broadway as a field of cultural production. For more information, visit http://scholar.harvard.edu/dmiller.