Rachel Adcock is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Keele University and her research specialises in women’s textual participation in seventeenth-century dissenting communities. Her monograph, Baptist Women’s Writings in Revolutionary Culture, 1640–80 (Ashgate, 2015), was nominated for the Richard L. Greaves Prize for ‘outstanding book-length studies of Anglophone Protestantism to 1700’, awarded by the International John Bunyan Society. She has published several articles, chapters, and encyclopaedia entries on puritan/dissenting women, and co-edits Bunyan Studies: A Journal of Reformation and Nonconformist Culture. Rachel is editing two of Behn’s Exclusion Crisis plays for the Cambridge Edition of the Works of Aphra BehnThe City-Heiress (published 2020) and The Roundheads.