Refugee Gardening as Resistance, Forced Migration Conference, University of Stirling, 2019.
“My Brain is Shaped like Manhattan Island,” American Comparative Literature Association Conference,
Georgetown University, 2019.
"Heaven is Green": Refugee Gardens, Centre for Cultural Ecologies, Durham University, 2019.
New Work on the New York School, Symposium Co-organizer with Dr Rona Cran, Birmingham University, 2018.
Women of the Camps, St. Chad's College, Durham University.
Invited Speaker: Refugee Homes, OWL TV PJHR Talkshow, 2017.
Majorly Marginal: Joe Brainard's Influence, The Louisville Conference On Literature & Culture since 1900. 2017.
Syrian Refugee Tents, Peace Justice and Human Rights Colloquium, FAU, 2017.
Frank O’Hara’s Forms of Love, LOVE, New York Metropolitan Studies Association, New York. 2016.
Whose Digital Humanities? American Literature Association, Boston. 2015.
A Poetry of Collage, American Culture Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. 2015.
Hypertextual Intertextuality, Teaching with Technology Symposium, Florida Atlantic University. 2015.
New York School Organics, American Poetry Symposium, ALA, Georgia. 2014.
Joe Brainard’s Collage Poetics, The Poetics of Collage, Centre for Creative Collaboration, London. 2014.
Invited Speaker: Of Mimicry & Men, Peerless Women’s Network, Public Lecture. Brasenose, Oxford. 2014.
A Doubt Embodied, T.S. Eliot’s Religion, Philosophy & Myth, Leicester. 2013.
Ron Padgett’s Inner-Outer Space Dilemma, Space: From Theory to Practice, Birkbeck, University of London.
Spaces of New York School Poetry, Spatial Perspectives, Oxford. 2012.
Berrigan’s Stanzas, Architecture & Poetry, Courtland Institute, London. 2011.
"Bring me Red Demented Rooms” NeMLA, Rutgers University, NJ. 2011.
Architecting Poetry, Cognitive Poetics, Princeton. 2011.
“All I Want is a Room Up There:" Frank O’Hara, Cosmopoetics, University of Durham, UK. 2010.
Crowded New York Poetry, American Literature Association, San Francisco, CA. 2010.
"The Houses are All Gone:" Eliot Spaces, Utopian Spaces, Oxford. 2009.
“…She is Clumsy in Places:" Alice Notley, New Clear Forms, Glasgow. 2009.