Future:

(convener) “New Approaches to Science Fiction Criticism.” Science Fiction and Utopian and Fantastic Literatures Panel. MLA. Chicago, IL. January 2014

“Reproductive Futurism in an Era of Somatic Capitalism.” National Women’s Studies Association Convention. Cincinnati, OH. November 2013.

(With Julian Gill-Peterson). “The Postnatural Child.” Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. South Bend, IN. September 2013.

Recent Past:

“Burroughs’ Queer Futures.” Science Fiction Research Association Convention. Riverside, CA. April 2013

“Affecting (Science) Fictions.” International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Orlando, FL. March 2013

(With Jamie Skye Bianco). “#somethings: a queer, feminist experiment in multimodal collaboration.” Mattering: Feminism, Science, Materialism. The Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies at CUNY Graduate Center. New York, New York. February 2013.

Roundtable on Affect Theory. Americanist Research Group. Indiana University. Bloomington, IN. December 2012.

Respondent. Object-Oriented Feminisms. The Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Annual Convention. Milwaukee, WI. September 2012. <http://bit.ly/PhefZf>

Distant Past:

“Life, Matter, Chora: Object Oriented Ontology and Feminist New Materialism.” The Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Annual Convention. Milwaukee, WI. September 2012.

“Reproductive Futures: From Handmaid’s Tale to Oryx and Crake.” Science Fiction Research Association Convention. Detroit, MI. July 2012.

(With Jesse Stommel). “Dust and Guts: Matter and Affect in Mark Z. Danielewski’s House of Leaves.” International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts. Orlando, FL. March 2012.

“Inhuman Reproductions: Foucault and Feminist Philosophies of Matter.” Modern Language Association Convention. Seattle, WA. January 2012.

“Biopolitical Maternity and the Discourse of Species in Wild Seed.” The Society for Utopian Studies. State College, PA. October 2011.

“‘That Formless Thing That Is Living’: Queer Sex Magic and Non-Reproductive Life.” The Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Annual Convention. Kitchener, Ontario. September 2011.

“Affect, Phenomenology, Science Studies.” Northeast Modern Language Association. New Brunswick, NJ. April 2011.

“Affect: A Case Study.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Atlanta, GA. November 2010.

“Affective Aesthetics in Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club.” The Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Annual Convention. Indianapolis, IN. October 2010.

“Eve’s Ethics.” Spanking and Poetry: Conference on Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick. The Graduate Center, CUNY. New York, NY. February 2010.

“Middle Apocalypse.” Modern Language Association Convention. Philadelphia, PA. December 2009.

“Queering Ecocritical Temporality.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Boston, MA. March 2009.

“Future Harm and Reproductive Futurism in Joanna Russ’s We Who Are About To…” Science Fiction Research Association Annual Convention. Lawrence, KS. June 2008.

“Queer as Nature.” Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Buffalo, NY. March 2008.

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