Emma J. Smith
Smith recently presented an extract of Robert Daborne's A Christian Turn'd Turk as part of a special Read Not Dead event at Shakespeare's Globe in the newly constructed Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Four directors and four scholars were teamed up with actors to present their arguments with selected scenes at a special hustings event on Thursday 29 May 2014. Emma was 'teamed up' with director David Oakes and actors Alex Lanipekun, Helen Bradbury, Adam Ewan and Matthew Houlihan. Theirs was the winning play and was performed on Sunday 5 October 2014 in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.
As part of Oxford University's open education project, Smith has written and presented two series of lectures released as podcasts, Not Shakespeare: Elizabethan and Jacobean Popular Theatre  and Approaching Shakespeare. 
- Shakespeare’s First Folio: Four Centuries of an Iconic Book, (Oxford University Press, 2015)
- The Making of Shakespeare's First Folio, (Bodleian Publishing, 2015)
- The Elizabethan Top Ten: Defining Print Popularity in Early Modern England. Eds. Dr Emma Smith, Dr Andy Kesson (Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013) ISBN 9781472405876
- Five Revenge Tragedies: The Spanish Tragedy, Hamlet, Antonio's Revenge, The Tragedy of Hoffman, The Revenger's Tragedy (Penguin UK, 2012) ISBN 9780141960463
- The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide (Cambridge University Press, 2012) ISBN 9780521195232
- The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare (Cambridge University Press, 2007) ISBN 9781139462396
- Shakespeare's Comedies: a Guide to Criticism (Blackwell Guides to Criticism, 2003) ISBN 9780470776919
- Shakespeare's Histories: a Guide to Criticism (Blackwell Guides to Criticism, 2003) ISBN 9780470776896
- Shakespeare's Tragedies: a Guide to Criticism (Blackwell Guides to Criticism, 2003) ISBN 9780470776889
- Shakespeare in Production: Henry V (2000)
- Thomas Kyd: The Spanish Tragedie (ed. 1998)
- "Globe Read Not Dead Wanamaker Playhouse Poll 2014". Retrieved 29 May 2014.