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2021: A QUEER REPUBLIC OF LETTERS: BRUNO VOGEL’S ALF AND THE ROLE OF READING IN HOMOSEXUAL CITIZENSHIP

Presented at the 2021 Modern Language Association Conference for the panel “Queer Print Cultures.”

2020: TO BE UNDERSTOOD IS TO BE DESIRED: SEXUAL LOVE AND METAPHOR IN ROBERT MUSIL’S EARLY FICTION

Presented at 2020 German Studies Association Convention for the panel “Robert Musil as Sexual Theorist: Polyvocal Eros and the Problem of Form.”

2020: PANEL SERIES: ROBERT MUSIL AS SEXUAL THEORIST

At the 2020 German Studies Association Conference, I co-organized a series of panels dedicated to the work of Robert Musil and his fictional literature as a space for theorizing human sexuality in all its forms. The two panels were: “Robert Musil as Sexual Theorist (1): Polyvocal Eros and the Problem of Form” and “Robert Musil as Sexual Theorist (2): Desire, Dissolutions, and Disorientations.”

2020: CONTINUITY AND RUPTURE IN QUEER STUDIES; OR, THE EXAMPLE OF KLAUS MANN’S DER FROMME TANZ

Presented at the 2020 conference “The Past and Present of Queer German Studies Conference,” hosted virtually at the University of British Columbia.

2020: QUEER GERMAN CULTURES AND LANGUAGE LEARNING: AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH

Presented at the 2020 Northeastern Modern Language Association Conference for the panel “LGBTQ+ Topics in the German Classroom.”

2019: KLAUS MANN’S DER FROMME TANZ AND HOMOSEXUALITY AS LIFE

Presented at the 2019 workshop “The Mann Family: Lives and Fictions,” at Dartmouth College.

2019: THE PROPULSIVE AUGENBLICK OF HOPE: ANNEMARIE SCHWARZENBACH’S EINE FRAU ZU SEHEN AND THE UTOPICS OF QUEER FEMALE SUBJECTIVITY IN THE LATE WEIMAR REPUBLIC

Presented at the 2019 German Studies Association Convention for the panel “Modern Women in a World of Possibilities.”

2019: MARIELUISE FLEIßER’S NARRATIVE DOUBLINGS & THE POLITICS OF ‘FEMININE’ NARRATION IN THE LATE WEIMAR REPUBLIC

Presented at the 2019 Midwest Modern Language Association Convention for the panel “Transgressing Gender Ideals in German Women’s Writing.”

2018: WHO AND WHERE IS “MODERN”? MARIELUISE FLEISSER’S EINE ZIERDE FÜR DEN VEREIN AND THE UNGLEICHZEITIGKEITEN OF GENDERED SUBJECTIVITY

Presented at the 2018 German Studies Association Conference as a participant in the seminar “Weimar Culture Revisited.”

2017: “ICH GLAUBE AN DIESE WELT”: KLAUS MANN’S DER FROMME TANZ AND QUEER HISTORICITY

Presented at the 2017 German Studies Association Conference for the panel “Sexuality and Time in the Weimar Republic and Beyond.”

2016: “EIN ZUSTAND DER LOSGELÖSTHEIT”: SIEGFRIED KRACAUER’S THEORIES OF SUBJECTIVITY IN GEORG

Presented at the 2016 graduate student conference “The Aesthetics of Dissonance” at Yale University, hosted by the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures.