2022 “Rican Feminist Futures,” Roundtable Organizer and Moderator, National Women’s Studies Association, Minneapolis, MN., November.
2022 Plenary Conversation “On Moriviví” with Aurora Levins Morales, Puerto Rican Studies Association, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, October.
2022 “Rican Feminist Futures,” Roundtable Organizer and Participant, Puerto Rican Studies Association, Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA, October.
2022 “Anti-Racist Pedagogy and Decolonizing Your Syllabus,” invited, Department of Art and Music, Framingham State University, Zoom, May.
2019 “The Calderón is Not Only for Cooking: Angelica Negrón and the Sound of Puerto Rico in the Diaspora,” National Women’s Studies Association, Panel Organized: “Boricua Resistance Strategies Aquí y Allá,” San Francisco, CA, November.
2019 “Author Meets Critic Session: Ricanness,” Organizer and Critic, Puerto Rican Studies Association Biennial Symposium, University of Texas at Austin, TX, October.
2019 “Bisexual Boricua: A Performative Testimonia on the Limitations of Feeling (Brown and Queer) and of Feeling Limitations,” Performance Studies international 25, University of Calgary, Canada, July.
2019 “White Feminism, Bridgework, and Intersectionality,” invited, Women’s History Month, Kingston Public Library, Kingston, NY, March.
2018 “Diasporicans Decolonizing Academia/Decolonizing Diasporicans in Academia,” Organizer, Puerto Rican Studies Association, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, October.
2018 “Para Mi Gente: Micropoems from a Diasporic Bisexual Boricua in the Wake of Maria,” Association for Theatre in Higher Education, Boston, MA, August.
2018 “Twitter in the Classroom and Digital Feminist Movement,” invited, ATHE 2018 Performance Studies Revolution in Four Acts pre-conference, Boston, MA, August.
2018 “Art in Public,” invited Moderator, O+ Festival, Kingston, NY, October.
2017 “Manifesting Pedagogy: Manifestos as Pedagogical Tools,” National Women’s Studies Association, Panel Organizer and Chair, Baltimore, MD, November 2017.
2017 Keynote Address, “Painting Like a Grrl: The Aesthetics and Politics of International All-Grrl Graffiti Jams,” Wall/Therapy Conference, The Little Theatre, Rochester, NY, September. https://vimeo.com/234432871
2017 “The Politics of Latina Feminist Overperformance within the Academy,” Performance Studies international 23, Panel Organized: “Feminist Overflows,” Hamburg, Germany, June.
2017 “Women in New York State: The Unfinished Agenda,” Moderator, Women in Politics: Past, Present & Future, SUNY New Paltz, April.
2017 “‘I am not a Feminist. I am a Graffitera:’ Performing Feminist Community without Feminist Identity,” invited, Engaged Liberal Arts and Science Series, Bard College, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY, March.
2017 “‘At One Point We All Rebelled’: Hip Hop Graffiti Grrlz and the Performance of Feminist Masculinity,” invited, Agora Speaker Series on “Hemispheric Conversations: Urban Art Program,” University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, March.
2016 “Performing Mamí on Social Media: Refusing to Reproduce the Coloniality of Gender and Sexuality,” National Women’s Studies Association, Panel Organized: “Performing Motherhood: Practices of Decolonization,” Montreal, Canada, November.
2016 “It Was No Change the World Bullshit”: Chicana Graffitera JERK’s Excessive Feminist Masculinity,” Latin American Studies Association, New York City, NY, May.
2015 “Fierce Feminist Takeovers: Street Art’s Ephemeral Aesthetics and the Transformation of Precarious Belongings,” National Women’s Studies Association, Panel Organized: “Ephemeral Occupations: Precarity and Feminist Reclamations of Place,” Milwaukee, WI, November.
2015 “All-Grrl Jams: Transforming Precarious Belonging Through Collective Performance,” invited, Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto, Canada, October.
2015 “Gender, Street Art, and Transnational Feminist Movement,” invited, School of Oriental and African Studies Lecture Series, University of London, London, England, March.
2014 “A ‘Jam’ of One’s Own: The Few & Far All Female Graffiti Collective at Art Basel: Miami Beach,” NYU Abu Dhabi Annual Research Conference, Abu Dhabi, UAE, February.
2012 “Stylin’ for Space in Hip Hop,” The Queerness of Hip Hop Symposium, Harvard University, Boston, MA, September.
2012 “Gender Difference in Graffiti Subculture,” invited Lecture, Hip Hop Scholar-Artist Series, Davidson College, Davidson, NC, October.
2012 “Spitting like a ‘Woman’: Performative Gender Lessons in Beatboxing,” Show and Prove: The Tensions, Contradictions, and Possibilities of Hip Hop Studies, Panel Organized: “Women of the 5th Element: Performing Subjectivity through Beatboxing,” New York University, April.
2011 “The Political Potential of Trans-Ephemerality: (Re)Presenting the First Female Graffiti Crew in Rio de Janeiro,” Performance Studies international 17, Utrecht, The Netherlands, May.
2010 “Shifting Aesthetics: Performing Graffiti Crews in a Global and Virtual World,” Performance Studies international 16, Toronto, Canada, June.