Upcoming Lectures:

January 7th, 2017
Modern Language Association, Philadelphia
*3:30pm in Independence Ballroom Salon I*

"The Phallus and its Temporalities; Sexuality, Disability, and Aging."
Part of Panel #624: "(Anti)Psychologism: Psychoanalytic, Phenomenological, and Affective Resources for Criticism."

February 7th, 2017
Stanford University

"The Phallus and its Temporalities; Sexuality, Disability, and Aging."

April 28, 2017
The "Aging Graz Conference," Graz, Austria

"The Phallus and its Temporalities; Sexuality, Disability, and Aging."

University of Western Ontario
April 2016:

"The Phallus and its Temporalities: Sexuality, Disability, and Aging"

Wellesley College
February 2016:

"The Phallus and its Temporalities: Sexuality, Disability, and Aging"

NWSA, Milwaukee
November 2015:

"Postmenopausal Sexuality through the Lens of Queer Theory"

Past Lectures

Modern Language Association,
January 2015:

Roundtable participant, "What Orgasmology Teaches Us about Sex"

Panel on "Re-remembering Feminism," respondent

Turkey
November 2014:

on Feminism and Sexual Harassment Policy
7 November, Koç University Center for Gender Studies, Istanbul
10 November, Koç University (VEKAM), Ankara

Public conversation with Lynne Huffer Friday, November 15 from 12:00 – 1:30 pm EST, at Emory University Discussing Huffer’s new book, Are the Lips a Grave?: A Queer Feminist on the Ethics of Sex (Columbia University Press).
This event will be streamed live and available here: http://emory.adobeconnect.com/huffer-gallop/

Age and/as Disability Panel at MLA 2014, Chicago

"Feminist Close Reading in the 1970s", 20th Anniversary Symposium, Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Rice University, Nov 10, 2012

"Feminist Reading in the 1970s: Close? New? Theoretical?," Panel on Theories of Close Reading in Socially Motivated Criticism, Sponsored by Division on 20th Century American Literature, MLA Convention, Jan 5, 2013

"Precocious Jouissance: Roland Barthes, Amatory Maladjustment, and Emotion," The Arizona Quarterly Symposium, University of Arizona, Tucson AZ, March 29-31, 2012

"Precocious Jouissance: Roland Barthes, Amatory Maladjustment, and Emotion," Faculty of Education, York University, Toronto ON
February, 2012