“Narrating Care Work: Violence in Leïla Slimani’s Lullaby.” Modern Language Association Conference. San Francisco, CA. 8 January 2023.
“‘How To Increase Her Gettings’: Service Work and Charlotte Riddell’s ‘Old Mrs. Jones’.” Rochester, NY. Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference. 19 March 2022.
“Actions Taken in the Dark: Samuel Butler and White Settler Colonialism.” Virtual. NAVSA. 4 March 2022.
“Zombi Child: Genre as Capital Critique.” Modern Language Association Conference. Virtual. Modern Language Association Conference. 9 January 2022.
“Wilkie Collins’s Melodramatic Modes.” Annual Nineteenth-Century Studies Association Conference. Virtual. 13 March 2021.
“Late Capitalist Gothic: Impersonal Social Domination in Personal Shopper and She Dies Tomorrow.” Modern Language Association Conference. Virtual. 8 January 2021.
“Great Expectations, Heritage Film, and Form.” NAVSA. Columbus, Oh. 18 October 2019.
“Situated Sympathies, or Westworld and Neoliberalism at War.” 50th Annual Conference of the North East Modern Language Association. Washington, DC. 24 March 2019.
“David Copperfield and the Space of Nostalgia” 49th Annual Conference of the North East Modern Language Association. Pittsburgh, PA. 13 April 2018.
“‘The Abuse of Irresponsible Power’: Resonances of Slavery, Violence, and Dependence in Oliver Twist.” Dickens Society sponsored panel. 48th Annual Conference of the North East Modern Language Association. Baltimore, MD. 24 March 2017.
“Character as Discipline: Great Expectations and the Volunteer Militia Movement of the 1860s.” NAVSA. University of Arizona. Phoenix, AZ. 3 November 2016.
“The Anxiety of Inheritance: Work and the Impasses of Accumulation in Dickens’s The Old Curiosity Shop.” Writing Political Economy. University of Sussex. Falmer, UK. 16 January 2016.
“Tarantino’s Revenge Narratives as an Ethics of Cruel Optimism.” 46th Annual Conference of the North East Modern Language Association. Toronto, Ontario. 30 April 2015.
“Art-Work: Political Economy’s Recuperation of Intellectual Work.” Getting and Spending: Literature and Economics in the Long Nineteenth Century. KU Leuven. Leuven, Belgium. 10 December 2014.