- “A Woman’s Work is Never Done: How The Walking Dead Co-opted the Slasher and Created a Radical Feminist Discourse,” 45th Annual Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, April 2015. Chair.
- “Polluted Bodies: How Lesbian Coding in Dracula’s Daughter and Cat People Creates Terror,” 44th Annual Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2014.
- “Laundry & Ammo: The Unexpected Feminism in AMC’s The Walking Dead,” MAPACA, Atlantic City, November 2013.
- “Final Monster: The Subversive Potential of Barbra in Night of the Living Dead, 1990,” Rhetorical Criticism & Film Analysis Class, Northampton, December 2012.
- “Whitewashed Stories: How Young Adult Books Marginalize the Asian-American Experience,” 42nd Annual Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, Boston, April 2012.
- “Butter Churning 2.0: Overlooked Titles in Historical Fiction for Tweens,” Hillsborough High School Community Day, New Jersey, 2011.
- “Comic Books, Graphic Novels & Illustrated Biographies: How They Can Teach History” Hillsborough High School Book Forum, New Jersey, 2010
- “Twitter-Dat: How to Use Social Networking Tools to Develop Community,” Hillsborough Public Library Professional Development, New Jersey, 2010.
- “Divas & Drama Queens: Female Archetypes and the Daytime Serial,” 3rd Wave Feminism Panel, 2007
- “Woman, Man or Beast: Cosplay as a Means to Redefine Gender Stereotypes,” Holland Anime Con, 2006.
- “Notable African Americans: Creating a Web Catalog of Achievement,” University of Pittsburgh, 2004.
- “Gracie Allen and the Approachable Feminist,” Northampton Media Symposium, 2001.
- “Feminist Accused of Sexual Harassment: The Strange Case of Jane Gallop,” American Forensics League, University of Austin, Texas, 1999.
- “You Want to Put the Flag Where? Censorship and the Larry Flynt Movie Poster,” National Forensics Association, Eastern Michigan University 1999.