Invited Talks

Campus, Departmental, & Regional Talks

  • Presenter, “Sniffing Through the Archives: My Folger Shakespeare Library Experience.” Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. OSU. Apr. 2014.
  • Presenter, Perfumed Letters: a roundtable discussion of perfume & literature. (Holly Dugan.) George Washington University, Washington, D.C. Feb. 21, 2014.
  • Presenter, “Building a Professional Online Presence.” EGO (English Graduate Organization)/ Digital Media Project. OSU. Nov. 2013.
  • Co-presenter: “The World is a Stage: Global Shakespeare and the Social Studies.” Ohio Council of Social Studies. Columbus, OH. Oct. 2013.
  • Invited Speaker, “Eat Me! A Brief History of Cannibalism in Film.” Halloween Lecture. Taylor Tower/Honors Dorm. OSU. 30 Oct. 2012.
  • Co-presenter, “Tips and Strategies to Fund Graduate Research.” Book History Graduate Reading Group. OSU. Sept. 2012.
  • Honorarium, Keynote Speaker. “Playing the Viola, or What You Will: Multiple Sexualities in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night,” Niagara University’s Fall 2005 Undergraduate Mini-Conference on Shakespeare’s Romantic Comedies, Lewiston, NY, November 5, 2005.

Invited Classroom presentations

  • “Social Media and the Newsroom/Classroom.” Journalism and New Media (Department of Teaching and Learning), instructor Eyatta Fisher, July 2014.
  • King Lear: The Division of the Kingdoms and the Crisis of Ascension.” Introduction to Shakespeare, instructor Jonathan Holmes, July 2014.
  • “Othello’s Uncomfortable Laughter: Generic and Comedic Issues in Shakespeare’s Tragedy.” Introduction to Shakespeare, instructor Jonathan Holmes, Mar. 2014.
  • “Shakespeare’s Sonnets: A Brief Introduction.” Introduction to Poetry, instructor Sarah Dunlap, Feb. 2014.
  • “Up Shit’s Creek: Early Modern Privies, Ditches, Jakes, and Stenches.” Unruly Bodies in Literature: Middle Ages to the Present, instructor Kate Novotny, Jan. 2014.
  • “The Myths and Philosophies of Antony and Cleopatra.Shakespeare, Professor Hannibal Hamlin, Nov. 2013.
  • “Shakespeare and/as Popular Film.” Introduction to Popular Culture, instructor Cecily Hill, July 2013.
  • “The Great Lash of Film: Cinematic Macbeths.Introduction to Shakespeare, instructor Travis Neel, Mar. 2013.
  • “Eat Me! A Brief History of Cannibalism in Film.” Introduction to Popular Culture, instructor Andrea Dickens, Mar. 2013.
  • “Up Shit Creek: Dirt and Smell in London.” Medieval and Renaissance Studies: Early Modern London, in Professor Christopher Highley, Nov. 2011.
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