“Ethics of Indifference: Woolf, War, and Feminism,” MLA Annual
Convention, Philadelphia, PA December 2006.
Co-Organizer: “Politics of Engagement: Reconsidering Women
Writers in Times of War” panel, MLA Annual Convention,
Philadelphia, PA December 2006
Co-Organizer: "From the Female Petitioners to Three Guineas:
Women, War and Writing in England" workshop, Attending to Early
Modern Women VI Conference, University of Maryland, November
Participant, “Hysteria, Trauma, and the Role of the Double in
Modernism” seminar, Modernist Studies Association, Tulsa, OK
"Novel Ethics: Alterity and Form in Woolf," MLA Annual
Convention, Washington, D.C., December 2005.
"Teaching Ethics in Woolf," Modernist Studies Association,
Chicago, IL November 2005.
Co-Organizer: "Modernist Teaching Moments: Ethics and Erotics"
panel, Modernist Studies Association, Chicago, IL November
Participant: "Modernist Pedagogies" seminar, Modernist Studies
Association, Chicago, IL, November 2005.
"Beyond Empathy: Ethics of Alterity in Daniel Deronda," NEMLA,
Boston, MA March 2005.
"Modernist Ethics of Form and Knowledge in Jacob's Room,"
Modernist Studies Association, Vancouver, B.C. October 2004.
Organizer: "Engaging the Other: Ethics and Politics of Modernist
Form" panel, Modernist Studies Association, Vancouver, B.C. October
"Ethics of Silence in Thomas Hardy's The Woodlanders," SCMLA,
New Orleans, LA October 2004.
"'A cry from the depths of another soul:' Daniel Deronda and the
Ethics of Alterity,"
Congress CATH 2002: "Translating Class, Altering Hospitality,"
Leeds, UK, June 2002.
Chair: "Spectacles of History" panel, Rutgers University
Graduate English Symposium, April 2001.
"'… Ravaged by a soundless thunderstorm:' Deafness as Justice in
Joseph Conrad's Under Western Eyes," SUNY Interdisciplinary
graduate conference, Stony Brook, NY, February 2001. CNYCLL,
Cortland, NY, October 2000.
"The Politics of 101: Teaching Women of Color to Angry White
Rutgers University Teaching Writing Symposium, October 1997.
Work-in-Progress: Ethics of Representation in Novels
by George Eliot, Thomas Hardy, Joseph Conrad and Virginia
“Novel Ethics: Alterity and Form in Jacob’s Room.” Under
consideration at Twentieth-Century Literature.
"Daniel Deronda and the Ethics of Alterity." Literature,
Interpretation, Theory 16 (2005), 75-99.