Below are some of my most recent conference talks and invited lectures:
“Managing Difference: Protecting Trans and GNC Faculty in the Age of Diversity, Multiculturalism, and the Alt-Right.” National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Atlanta GA. November 7.
“Sensing the (Im)possible: Trans*/Cinematic Worlds, Bodies, Futures.” National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Atlanta GA, November 8-11.
“Race-ing Transsexuality: Speed Racer and the Pace of White Time.” American Studies Association Annual Conference, Atlanta GA, November 8-11.
“Apocalypse, and Everything After: Queer Heroes at the End of the World.” Whedon Studies Association Annual Slayage Conference, Northern Alabama University. June 21-24, 2018:
“Mirror Scene: Transgender Aesthetics and the Politics of Recognition.” American Studies Program, DePaul University. May 21, 2018:
Bound, Alternative Cinema, Colgate University. May 1, 2018:
“What Makes Cinema Trans*? Aesthetic Gentrification and the Limits of Representation.” Women’s Studies Brown Bag Series, Colgate University. May 1, 2018:
“Sensing Transgender: Ecstatic Passages Through Cinematic Reality.” Stanford Interdisciplinary Working Group in Critical Theory. Stanford University. May 2017.
“Thick With the Future: Bound and the Queer/Trans Utopian Horizon,” Sonoma State Queer Studies Lecture Series. March 2017:
Panelist, Transgender Media (representing “We’ve Been Around” series), Side-by-Side International LGBT Film Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia. November 2016:
University of Turku, Gender Studies and Science, Embodiment, and Transformation Research Group, Turku, Finland. November 2016: