Conferences and Talks

Do ask, do tell: Practical strategies for enhancing student success drawn from research into EDI experiences at the University of Suffolk. Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference 2022. Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK. (July 2022). With Louise Carter, Pallawi Sinha, and Maureen Haaker.

I’m such a Tomboy’: a multimodal analysis of the commodification of perceived non-femininity in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Lavender Languages and Linguistics 28. University of Catania, Italy. (May 2022). With Lotte Verheijen.

University of Suffolk Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Project. Learning and Teaching Series 2022. University of Suffolk, UK. (May 2022). With Maureen Haaker.

Capturing gender and sexuality data in a sensitive way. University of Suffolk’s Research Development Programme. University of Suffolk, UK. (April 2022).

Language, identity, and experience beyond the gender binary. School of Communication and Multimedia Studies’ “Critical Conversation” series. Florida Atlantic University, USA. (January 2022).

Queer Paradigms in Research. Do Better Research Podcast. Hosted by Dr Suzanne Albary. (December 2021).

Affirming trans and queer identities through language. Continuing professional development and short courses. University of Suffolk, UK. (September 2021).

Queering the Curriculum Seminar Series – Pride 2021. Organiser. University of Suffolk, UK. (June 2021).

Non-binary Genders and Language. LGBTQ+ Staff Network’s Lunch and Learn: Non-binary Identities. York St John University, UK. (April 2021).

LGBTQIA+ Body, Mind, and Spirit: Unconference. Co-organiser. LGBTQ+ History Month 2021. University of Suffolk, UK. (February 2021).

AutOnoME: Gender Diversity and Autism: Photo-elicitation Study. La identidad de género en infancia y juventud autista. Ciclo de Psicología Infantil y Juvenil. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Barcelona, Spain. (February, 2021). With Dr Begonya Enguix Grau and Danielle Roe.

Q&A with John Eames (Director) and Mariam Kvaratskhelia (Tbilisi Pride co-founder and activist) on the documentary March for Dignity. LGBTQ+ History Month 2021. University of Suffolk, UK. (February 2021). With Darragh Briscomb. Event curated by Fringe! Queer Film Fest.

Q&A with writer Dr Meg-John Barker on their book Sexuality: A Graphic Guide. LGBTQ+ History Month 2021. University of Suffolk, UK. (February 2021). With Darragh Briscomb.

Non-binary Sexualities: The Desire, Practice, and Embodiment Assemblage. Gender Studies Conference 2020: The Future of Sexuality Studies: Assemblage and Embodiment. Tampere University, Finland. (November 2020).

Exploring Non-binary Gender Identities and Language. Social Science and Humanities’ Research Community Seminar Series. University of Suffolk, UK. (October 2020).

Non-binary Sexualities: Exploring a Corpus of Non-binary Language. Lavender Languages & Linguistics 26. The University of Gothenburg, Sweden. (May 2019).

Gender Diversity. World Social Work Day 2019: Power in Practice. De Montfort University. Leicester, UK. (March 2019).

Non-binary Identities and Language: What Can We Learn for Future Practice?  Social Care, Learning and Development HUB Lecture Series. De Montfort University. Leicester, UK. (February 2019).

Non-binary Genders: Language and Identity – Confronting Linguistic Normativity. Lavender Languages and Linguistics 25. Rhode Island College. Providence, USA. (April 2018).

Articulating and Navigating Non-Binary Identity: Insights from Language. Gender in the Contemporary World: Articulation, Navigation, and Change Conference. Queen Mary University. London, UK. (March 2018). With Ynda Jas.

School and Gender Variant Children: Parents’ and Guardians’ Perspectives. European Sociological Association 13th. PANTEION University of Social and Political Sciences. Athens, Greece. (September 2017). With Dr Zowie Davy.

Non-Binary Genders and Language Use. Lavender Languages & Linguistics 24. Nottingham University. Nottingham, UK. (April 2017).

Collecting Writing Samples from Non-Binary People to Inform About Gender Diversity. Public Sociology and the Role of the Researcher: Engagement, Communication and Academic Activism. British Sociological Society, UK. (March 2017).

Language Preference and Cognitive Availability of Sexual Identity in Gay Japanese Individuals. The City College of New York Ninth Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium. New York, USA. (May 2016).

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