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I am available to facilitate workshops as well as give lectures and presentations on a variety of topics including: diversity and inclusion, race and anti-racism, research-creation methodologies, podcasting, television and film, as well as writing and editing (English).

Workshops Facilitated, Invited Talks and Panels:

  • “Not Your Diversity Hire” (panelist),
    Confabulation x Colour Outside The Lines, Montreal, QC
  • “Roundtable: Nonbinary Gender Identities” (panelist),
    Vanier’s International Women’s Week, Vanier College, Montreal, QC
  • “Tracing Against the Grain” (co-facilitated with Daniela Silva & Anne-Marie Trépanier),
    14th Annual Art History Graduate Conference, Concordia University, Montreal, QC
  • “Thinking Scale and Scope in Research-Creation Methods”,
    In The Field: Methods In Communication Studies/Practice, Concordia University, Montreal QC
  • “Centering Inclusion in Health Care Practice”,
    School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, McGill University, Montreal QC

Academic Conference Presentations:

  • “Questions of Nature Tourism & Neocolonialism”,
    25th Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference, Montreal, QC
  • “Media Theory, But Make It Fashion”,
    Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC
  • “From “interested” to showing up: Queer social organizing through digital media.” (Co-presentation with Stefanie Duguay),
    Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC
  • “Decolonizing Podcasts: Dispelling Colonial Narratives Through Digital Community Storytelling”,
    HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) 2019 conference Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC
  • “Examining Brown Girls: How web series might be the solution to the problem of representation”,
    Queer Television: Representations, Forms, Fandom International Conference, Montreal, QC
  • “NatureLAND: Negotiating nature tourism, neocolonialism, and identity as settlers of colour”,
    Concordia University Media Studies Annual Graduate Conference, Montreal, QC

Podcasts:

  • “Season 2, Episode 7 – Cultural Appropriation”, Rad Child Podcast
  • “Episode 222 – Adulting is Hard When You’re Poor”, Up For Discussion