The (P)rescription Narratives of Feminist Medical Fiction: Intervention, Recovery, Affect. Plenary for Women’s History Month: “Women’s Health, Women’s Bodies.” University of Texas at Arlington, March 25, 2022.
Rxe-scriptions: Narrating Disability in Feminist Medical Fiction. Faculty Senate Summit, Texas A&M University—Central Texas, April 26, 2021. Given in fulfillment of scholarship. Video Recording.
ENGL 5330: Rhetoric in a Post-Truth World, taught by Dr. Bruce Bowles. Texas A&M University–Central Texas, Fall 2020. I gave a talk on dystopian fiction and the role of rhetoric in George Orwell’s 1984.
WGST 50103: Feminist Inquiry, taught by Dr. Sarah Robbins. Texas Christian University, Fall 2018. I gave a talk about historical feminist research methodologies, my research on early feminist body theories in medical fiction, and my current book project.
ENGL 5370: Scholarly Publication, taught by Dr. Estee Beck. University of Texas at Arlington, Fall 2018. I gave a talk about finding appropriate venues for publication, submitting an article for publication, and my own publication experiences as an early career scholar.
Theorizing Her-Story: Dis/ability and the Female Body in Feminist Medical Fiction. Center for Theory Colloquium. University of Texas at Arlington, Nov 15, 2017.
ENGL 5326: Topics in American Literature before 1900: Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson, taught by Dr. Desiree Henderson. University of Texas at Arlington, Fall 2016. I discussed with the class my article, “Always Already Sexual: New Materialism in Whitman’s Leaves of Grass,” which was included on the syllabus as required reading.
Conspiracies of Silence: Sexing the Body in Nineteenth Century Women’s Medical Fiction. Women’s History Month: “Remembering the Past, Embracing the Future.” Brown Bag Luncheon. University of Texas at Arlington, Apr 20, 2016.