Organization

Conference Organization
  • 2014    Webmaster, 24th Annual International Graduate Colloquium at the Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto, entitled: “Joy/La joie.” February 27–March 1, 2014. http://conference.complit.utoronto.ca/Joy
  • 2013    Member of Organizing Committee, 28th Annual meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, “Global Positioning Systems,” hosted by the Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto. April 5–7, 2013.
  • 2012    Member of Organizing Committee, 23rd Annual International Graduate Colloquium at the Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto, entitled: “(An)Aesthetic of Absence.” March 8–10, 2012. Recipient of SSHRC ARWC Grant. http://conference.complit.utoronto.ca/Absence
  • 2011    Chair of Organizing Committee, 22nd Annual International Graduate Colloquium at the Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto, entitled: “Iconoclasm: The Breaking and Making of Images.” March 17–19, 2011. Recipient of SSHRC ARWC Grant. http://conference.complit.utoronto.ca/Iconoclasm
  • 2009    Chair of Organizing Committee, 20th Annual International Graduate Colloquium at the Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto, entitled: “The Poetics and Politics of Reading: Studies in Honour of University Professors Linda Hutcheon and J. Edward Chamberlin.” March 19–21, 2009. Shortlisted for SSHRC ARWC Grant.
Conference Panel Organization
  • 2014 Panel co-organizer, with Faith S. Harden (Arizona), “Writing Women’s Lives in Early Modern Iberia and Beyond” at the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, New Orleans, LA. October 16–19, 2014 (Sponsored by the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women.)
  • 2014 Panel co-organizer, with Jonathan Hart (Alberta), “The State of the Profession and Discipline,” at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Comparative Literature Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, at Brock University, St. Catherines, ON. May 25–27, 2014.
  • 2014 Panel co-organizer, with Adleen Crapo (Toronto) and Dan Redding-Brielmaier (Toronto), “Frontiers of Engagement: Memory, Loss, and Conflict in Medieval and Early Modern Europe,” at the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. May 22–25, 2014.