Conferences

Co-Presenter, “Eco-Cripping Teen Body Horror” video essay, with Ashley Rini, International Screen Studies Conference. Virtual. July 2022.

Participant & Annotator, “The Media Ecology Project: New Digital Tools for Networked Archival Research and Visual Culture Pedagogy” Seminar, Society for Cinema & Media Studies. Virtual. March 2022.

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Presenter, “In the Banlieue Film Archives (Carné’s Terrain vague),” French & Francophone Screen Studies Mini-Conference: Revolt, Rebellion, Revolution on Screen. Virtual. October 2021.

Co-presenter, “Beyond Revenge in Teen Body Horror: The Non-Monstrous Feminine in Thelma and Blue My Mind,” with Ashley Rini, From the Monstrous and Non-Monstrous Bodies on Screen panel, Cine-Excess 15. Virtual. October 2021.

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Presenter, “The Virtual as Local: Reviewing the Virtual Cinemas of Detroit.” Seminar: How to Practice Moviegoing in the Streaming Age, Society for Cinema & Media Studies. Virtual. March 2021.

Co-Chair, “Industrial Practices” panel. Society for Cinema & Media Studies. Virtual. March 2021.

Writer, “Mainstream & Marginal French Film Archives: The Cinémathèque Française & the Centre Audiovisual Simone de Beauvoir.” Seminar: Creating an Archives-Wiki: Re-thinking Archival Practice, Feminist Research & Historical Methods, Society for Cinema & Media Studies. Denver (cancelled). April 2020.

Chair, “Music Across the Genres” panel. Society for Cinema & Media Studies. Seattle. March 2019.

Presenter, “Horror/Ideology/The Progressive Genre.” Seminar: “Rethinking Cinema/ Ideology/ Criticism.” Society for Cinema & Media Studies. Seattle. March 2019.

Presenter, “The Islamic Headscarf as Ritual in Faiza Ambah’s Mariam (2015).” Women Filmmakers in France panel. Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Toronto. March 2018.

Moderator, “Visibility and the Settler Gaze: The Costs and Possibilities,” a bilingual (French/English) panel. Decoloniality: National Women’s Studies Association. Montreal, Quebec. November 2016.

Presenter, “The Ecole Laïque as Transnational Microcosm.” Imagining Ethnicity, Race, and Racial Politics panel. Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Atlanta. April 2016.

Co-organizer, co-programmer, & co-moderator, with Sofia Varino, of “Global Feminist Film: Diversity on Screen” workshop with filmmakers Patricia Silva & Mila Zuo. Presenter, “Toward an Interdisciplinary Transnationalism in Cinema Studies: Citing Transnational Feminisms.” Northeastern Modern Language Association. Hartford, CT. March 2016.

Presenter, “Performing Laïcité: The Banlieue Public School as Theater & Prison in Skirt Day (2009).” Precarity: National Women’s Studies Association. Milwaukee. November 2015.

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Presenting on Octobre à Paris (1962) in Galway

Presenter, “The Spatial-Affective Economy of (Post)colonial Paris.” European Cinema Research Forum Annual Conference: Space & Place in European Cinema. National University of Ireland, Galway. July 2015.

Panel Moderator, International Conference on Masculinities: Engaging Men & Boys for Gender Equality, an official #HeForShe event. Roosevelt Hotel, NYC. March 2015.

Presenter, “Blood Brightens the Banlieue: The Affective Economy of Caché’s Suicide Scene.” Cinema Studies Graduate Student Conference: SHOCK VALUE: Experience, Affect, and the Moving Image. Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, NYC. February 2015.

NYU conference pic Schaefer.JPGDuring the Q&A after presenting on Haneke’s Caché (2005) at my alma mater, NYU

Co-organizer & Co-moderator, with Michelle Ho, of an interdisciplinary panel entitled “Trigger Warnings & the Neoliberal Classroom: Rethinking Pedagogy in Our Time of Precarity.” Q/F/T* Event with Michael Kimmel, Lisa Diedrich, Nerissa Balce & Kadji Amin. Humanities Institute. Stony Brook University. Stony Brook, NY. 18 February 2015.

Co-organizer & Artist Keynote Coordinator, CONTAINERS: 4th Annual Cultural Analysis & Theory Graduate Student Conference. Stony Brook University, NYC. 18-19 October 2013.

Co-organizer & Poetry Panel Moderator, Global Lives: 3rd Annual Cultural Analysis & Theory Graduate Student Conference. Stony Brook University, NYC. 13 October 2012.

Long Table Organizer, Kathleen Newman’s “Notes on Transnational Film Theory.” Cultural Analysis & Theory. Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY. 24 April 2012.

Presenter, “Reclaiming Cinematic Sexuality and Varda’s Voyeurism: Woman as Object and Subject in French New Wave Cinema.” Comparative Literature Graduate Conference: Desire: From Eros to Eroticism. CUNY, NYC. November 2011.