On Saturday, March 25th, I’ll be doing a virtual seminar as part of the series And Your Bird Can Sing: Computational Theatre & the After-Image of Social Media at the New Centre for Research and Practice. My abstract (we were asked for max 240 characters, as in a tweet) is to the left. You can find out more about the seminar series here.

A International Women’s Day screening of Audrey Diwan’s 2021 film HAPPENING in the Department of History.

So honoured to have been invited to give a public talk at Bowdoin College in February 2023 and to visit classes in the departments of History and Francophone Studies.

The student newspaper, the Bowdoin Orient even wrote an article about the talk that was a true delight for me to read!

As a member of the Desert Futures Collective, I participated in a fascinating 4-day workshop held at Yale University in April 2022. You can find out more about the workshop and the work of the collective here.

From March 18th through early June 2021, I hosted La Commune 2021, a virtual free school focused on the Paris Commune of 1871 in collaboration with UNIT/PITT Society for Art and Critical Awareness. 

I travelled to Virginia in April 2019 for the 7th Faculty Women of Color in the Academy National Conference. While I’m in the area, I’ll be giving two presentations, one at the Department of History at the University of Virginia, the other at the Department of History at Virginia Tech.

This year’s event went so well, and was written up here.

In the months leading up to Joan Wallach Scott’s October 2018 visit to Vancouver, I assembled a series of 51 video readings to honour the 30th anniversary of Gender and the Politics of History (Columbia University Press, 1988). You can read more about the project and view the full video installation here (via the Columbia University Press blog).