Toward a Response-Able Worldview: Entangling hospitality and critical theory through Indigenous literature [link]
Sketching Critique: Diffracting and Entangling Knowing-Being [link]
Toward a Response-Able Worldview: Entangling hospitality and critical theory through Indigenous literature
'Little vast rooms of undoing': Exploring identity and embodiment through public toilet spaces [link]
Presentations + Panels
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, New York University, Panelist, invited by the Wasserman Center for Career Development, April 2015.
Fall Colloquium: Beyond the R-1: A Conversation About Practicing Otherwise with your PhD. Panelist, Invited by the Graduate Association of Geography Students, University of North Caroline at Chapel Hill, November 2014.
Disturbing Reflections: Matters of meaning beyond same and different. Participant at the Early Career Theorists’ Symposium, British Sociological Association, King’s College London, April 2013.
Individuating the Communal: The history of Western public toilets and private bodies since the 15th century. Presentation on my behalf, at the Civilising Bodies: literature, rhetoric and image 1700 - present day conference, University of Exeter, April 2013.
Materializing Discourse: Performativity and the politics of embodiment. Presentation at the School of English Research Seminar, University of Kent, March 2013.
The Dis-Embodiment of Identity: Toward an onto-epistemology of materiality. Invited by the German Research Foundation (DFG) to speak at the Subject Matters: Subjects, Artefacts, Bodies conference, Carl von Ossietzky-Universität, Oldenburg, February 2013.
Thresholds of Hospitality. Performative dialogue & visual presentation with Declan Wiffen at the Exiled Writers Ink symposium, Hospitality Poetica, Notre Dame University, London, August 2012.
(Dis)Embodying Identity: A posthumanist-materialist approach. Presentation at the Rethinking the Self: Transnational & Transdisciplinary Bioethical & Biopolitical Concerns Conference, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, April 2012.
From Homo Clausus to Homines Aperti: Opening embodied identity via a posthumanist-materialist lens. Presentation at the Norbert Elias & Figurational Sociology: Prospects for the Future Conference, University of Copenhagen, April 2012.
You Lookin' At Me? The 'intra-action order' of men's public toilets and the (re)production of heteronormative masculinity. Presentation at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York City, February 2012.
Mirror, Mirror, and the Stall: Exposing conventional femininity in public toilets. Presentation at the European Geographies of Sexualities Conference, Brussels, September 2011.