Presentations

I have also given a number of talks and presentations as a member of Århus Feminist Collective. For details, see our project website.

Individual Paper, British Educational Research Association online conference (September 2021)

Video presentation about my research on the concept of resistance in feminist pedagogical discourse.

Research in Progress presentation, Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain online conference (September 2021)

Video presentation about my research on the dominance of collectivist rhetoric in scholarship about feminist pedagogy.

Paper presentation at Second Scuola Democratia Conference online (April 2021)

Video presentation titled: “Questioning Feminist Pedagogical Narratives of Resistance”.

Invited speaker, Aarhus University Gender Studies module (April 2021)

I delivered a talk to the students about the concept of feminist collectivity, and how I attempt to complicate this idea in my work.

Presentation for Gendering in Research Network, Aarhus University (February 2021)

I presented aspects of my research about the phenomenon of feminist reading groups in art contexts. My research seeks to locate the roles that feminist reading groups are fulfilling and explore the ways in which they simultaneously diverge from and support institutional norms in their position as an educational ‘alternative’ offered within the contemporary art framework. In this talk I traced the gendered histories of social reading practices and small group organising to the present moment of the self-organised reading group’s popularity, and I discussed the pedagogical, epistemic, temporal, relational and spatial insights and tensions that have arisen from specific case studies.

AtGender annual conference: Care in Uncaring Times (May 2020)

I participated in a panel about care in the times of Covid-19. My paper was a reflection on reading groups as an act of care and about the shift to online meetings. Recordings of the conference sessions can be found here.

Invited Speaker, Loughborough University English Department (March 2020)

Online lecture about the short story form.

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