Presenter, “Whose Freedom? Whose Memory? Shaping a Transnational Public Memorial Landscape in the Atlantic World,” Carolina Lowcountry and the Atlantic World (CLAW) Conference, March 2018.
Presenter, “Teaching #BlackLivesMatter with Film and Video,” National Women’s Studies Association, November 2017.
Invited Keynote, “Virginia Vice: Legislating Morality,” Library of Virginia, September 2017.
Invited Black History Month and Women’s History Month Keynote, “First Class Citizenship: African American Women and the Struggle against Segregation in Virginia,” Randolph-Macon College, March 2017.
Invited Presenter, “Mapping for Social Justice: Approaches with New Media and the Digital Humanities,” A People’s Guide Series cohort. Yale University, March 2017.
Presenter, “The Process and Praxis of Social Justice Work: The WILL Program Model,” National Women’s Studies Association, November 2016.
Presenter, “Narratives for Food Justice,” Imagining America Annual Meeting, October 2016.
Presenter, “Reclaiming History and Building Community in Historic Fulton: Methods for Community-Engaged Research,” Imagining America Annual Meeting, October 2015.
Invited Presenter, “Censorship in Black and White: African American Resistance to State Censorship in Virginia,” Birth of an Answer: 100 Years of African American Filmmaking, Old Dominion University, September 2015.
Presenter, “Race, Space and Place in the American South: Virginia’s Civil Rights Monument and Memorialization in Richmond, VA,” Southern Association for Women Historians, June 2015.