I have been speaking on subjects of academic interest for the past fifteen years, primarily at scholarly conferences like the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies and the Popular Culture Association. However, I also have extensive experience leading large workshops, managing small groups, and mentoring in one-on-one environments. I hope these materials will give you a sense of my presentational demeanor. Feel free to examine my full CV or this list of presentations and workshops for more examples.
Co-Presentation at the NEH Office Of Digital Humanities Project Directors’ Meeting, 2018. (Group presentation begins at 1.26.13)
A poster presentation at Digital Humanities 2015, Sydney, AUS. Photo credit Linda Troost.
An undergraduate class meeting and discussion. Photo credit: Marymount University.
A graduate class meeting and discussion. Photo credit: Marymount University.
In addition, I have shared my academic expertise in a public radio format on WERA’s Choose to Be Curious, with Lynn Borton. Here is a sample radio show, from 2017.