2016. “Social Media in the Classroom and Beyond.” Chestnut Hill College Business Club.
2015. Invited Speaker for the Lambda Pi Eta Honor’s Convocation, Chestnut Hill College.
2014. “Conversations on Interdisciplinary Research.” Drexel University Graduate Student Association.
2014. “Media Matters: A Discussion of LGBTQQIA Representations in Media.” FUSE (Foundation of Undergraduates for Sexual Equality). Drexel University.
2013. “Technologies of Identity Online.” The International Science Festival. Gothenburg, Sweden.
2012. “New Mediations of Bisexuality: Online Subjectivity.” Doctoral Colloquium, Department of Culture & Communication. Drexel University.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (Selected)
2018. “Activism as Meme: The Globalized Performance of Protest.” Eastern Sociological Society. Baltimore, MD.
2017. “Online Mammary Activists: Trolling the Surveillance Capital Machine.” Connecting to the Masses Conference. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2017. “A Theory of Everyday Digital Activism.” Digital Sociology Mini Conference of the Eastern Sociological Society. Philadelphia, PA.
2016. “Funeral Selfies and its Discontents: Manners, Media & the Right Way to Mourn.” Sixth Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics. Chicago, IL.
2015. “Digital Bisexuality: The Semiotics of Online Sexual Identity.” Association of Internet Researchers. Phoenix, AZ.
2015. “Technologies of Visibility: Digital Mediations of Identity Online.” International Communication Association. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2014. “Technologies of subjectivity: Systems of production and enactment in online spaces.” Theorizing the Web. New York, NY.
2014. “The Doctor, The Succubus, The Dragon, and the Problem of Three: Representations
of Bisexuality in Popular Media.” Popular Culture Association. Chicago, IL.
2013. “Enacting Bisexuality and Mediating Visibility in Online Spaces.” Association of Internet Researchers. Denver, CO.
2013. “New Mediations of Bisexuality: Findings from the Emerging Scholars Research Fellowship.” International Association of Sexuality, Culture, and Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2012. “New Mediations of Bisexuality: Technologies of subjectivity online.” Association of Internet Researchers. Manchester, UK.
2012. “Framing Bisexuality: the label, the performance, and the paradox.” Gender, Bodies, and Technology. Roanoke, VA.
2012. “(In)Visible Online: New Mediations of Bisexuality.” Lavender Languages. Washington DC.
2011. “Tracing Bisexuality: The label, the performance, and the paradox.” American Anthropological Association. Montreal, Canada.
2011. “’I am Visible’: Online bisexual communities, identities, and the paradox of visibility.” Association of the Internet Researchers. Seattle, WA.
2011. “The Articulation of Bisexual Identities in New Mediascapes: Negotiating (in)visibility online.” International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture & Society. Madrid, Spain.
2010. “Bisexuality and Binary Dams: Negotiating the Flows of Identity Discourse.” American Anthropological Association. New Orleans, LA.
2010. “Bi Watchdogs: Negotiating Identity and Anxiety Online.” Association of Internet Researchers. Gothenburg, Sweden.
2010. “Constructing, deconstructing, and reconstructing identity: Fluid identity and narratives of bisexuality online.” Lavender Languages. Washington DC.
2009. “Beyond binary: Bisexuality and the narratives of fluid identities online.” American Anthropological Association. Philadelphia, PA.
2009. “Fluid identity and embodied selves: Virtual community and the narratives of bisexuality in online social networking sites.” Association of Internet Researchers. Milwaukee, WI.