Past Conferences: 

Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA). March 2019. Presentation: “Making Our Own (Opportunities and OER): OER Collection Supports Collaboration and Boosts Visibility.

Innovations in Teaching and Learning. September 2017. Presentation: “Is it true? Assessing Online Credibility.

Thinking with Stories in Times of Conflict: A Conference in Fairy-Tale Studies. July 2017. Paper: “Must I go, and must I do this thing”: Women Warriors, Cross-dressers, and the Need to Take up the Sword in Folklore, Fairytales, and Legend.

2016 American Folklore Society/International Society for Folk Narrative Research Joint Annual Meeting. Paper: “Transitioning: Scandinavian Folktales and the Modern Transgender Experience.”

ICFA 37: 2016 International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts. Paper: “‘She was really the man she pretended to be’: Gender Fluidity and Transgender in Folk Narratives”

Perversions: University of Maryland 2016 Graduate English Organization Conference.  Paper: “The sword is (not) the only phallus I need: Cross-Dressing and Transgender in the Folk Tale ‘A Change of Sex'”

IWCA 2015: International Writing Centers Association 2015 Conference.  Paper: “Tutor Perceptions in an ESL Opt-In Program: Tutee Dimensions, Tutee Needs, and Tutor Needs.” Co-authored with Alisa Russell. Original research on the George Mason University Writing Center tutoring program for multilingual students.


%d bloggers like this: