“A Charming Uproar: on dance documentation” part of American Realness, Abrons Arts Center, January 2016.
“Composing Differences: A Conversation with Jim Fletcher, Joshua Lubin-Levy and Jenny Perlin” hosted by e-flux and the French Embassy, December 2015.
“Unruly Bodies: Fugitive Affects and the Institution” part of Afterlives: The Persistence of Performance curated by André Lepecki and Adrian Heathfield, Museum of Modern Art and French Institute Alliance Française, September 2015.
“CLIT CLUB / PORK / MEAT: club / sex / activism / bodies” part of Party Out Of Bounds: Nightlife as Activism in the 90s at La MaMa Galleria (New York, NY), September 2015.
“Queer and Feminist Performance Methodologies” Wesleyan University, Center for The Humanities, (Middletown, CT), April 2015.
“Double Exposures” with Manuel Vason, Linda Montano, and Mat Faser. Grace Exhibition Space, (Brooklyn, NY), April 2015.
“Miss Mannered: Archival Affect, Queer Props, and Behavior Preparedness” with Deborah Bright, Anna Campbell and Virginia Solomon. BOSI Contemporary Art (New York, NY), February 2015.
“Unbecoming archive and the anachoreography of Julie Tolentino” INFINITE RECORD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, November, 2014.
“All This Stuff: Performing a queer materialism” Ephemera & Materiality: American Society for Theater Research, convened by Professor Shane Vogel and Professor Joshua Takano Chambers-Letson, November, 2014.
Organizer, Living Labor: Marxism and Performance Studies, and interdisciplinary symposium hosted by the Department of Performance Studies, New York University, April 2014, Keynotes: Professors Fred Moten (University of California, Riverside) and Sianne Ngai (Stanford)
“Terrifying a Nation: Jack Smith’s Photography in an American Apparatus,” Queer Art Caucus, College Art Association
"How Do You Map The Sky?" an invited roundtable discussion at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, with Lia Gangitano (founder of Participant Inc.), Sarah Schulman (author), and Julie Tolentino (artist)
"Corresponding: Jack Smith to David Gurin (ca. 1962) with annotations" INFINITE RECORD, York University (UK)
"Jack Smith Goes To Work: Performance, Anti-Labor Politics and Andy Warhol’s Factory,” Rethinking Marxism: Surplus, Solidarity, Sufficiency, University of Massachusetts Amherst
“Punching a hole in time: Queer Value in William E. Jones’ KILLED” Performance Studies International, Stanford University
“Performance, Anti-Labor Politics and Andy Warhol’s “Factory” Rethinking Work: Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference, University of Florida Gainesville
“Trashing the Archive: Jack Smith, New Materialism, and Archive Fever” The Collecting Impulse, University of Illinois Champaign Urbana
“Trashing the Archive: Jack Smith, New Materialism, and Archive Fever” INFINITE RECORD, Norwegian Theater Academy
“An Archive of Waste: Between Jack Smith’s Archive and his Anarchival Wish” Performance Studies International, Leeds University
“If You Lived Here You’d Be Home Now: Queer Belonging and the Choreography of Modernism” The Affect Factory, New York University
"Making a Life in The Performing Arts" invited roundtable discussion at the Theater Department, Wesleyan University, with Kaneza Schaal (performer), Anna Moench (playwright), Lily Whitsitt (director)
Discussion with Carlos Motta and Joel Czarlinsky, Printed Matter Inc. (NYC), book launch for Petite Mort: Recollections of a Queer Public
“The Appositionality of Form: James Baldwin, Jack Smith and Erving Goffman” James Baldwin’s Global Imagination, New York University, February 2011
“Dear Jack: Letters for a contemporary AIDS choreography” Performance Studies Masters Symposium, New York University, May 2010.