Presentations & Talks

  • 2021
    • Race and/as Errata: Encountering Race in John Bulwer’s 1653 Anthropometamorphosis
      Society for Textual Scholarship (STS) 
      Plenary Roundtable, Encountering Race in Rare Books and Archives: Object Stories, organized by Julie Park, with Daniela Bleichmar and Kinohi Nishikawa
      Virtual Exhibition curated by Julie Park: Encountering Race in Rare Books and Archives
      May 19, 2021

    • Becoming Undisciplined: A Venture in Collaborative Criticism, Shakespeare Futures Panel: Critical Futures of Early Modern Eco-Studies and Race Studies, with Debapriya Sarkar, Hillary Eklund, and Ayanna Thompson, organized by Debapriya Sarkar and Hillary Eklund, Shakespeare Association of America (SAA), Virtual, April 2, 2021

    • Thinking Racecraft through Recipes: Early Modern Fantasies of Making and Racing,” Early Modern English Working Group, University of Toronto, organized by Liza Blake, Urvashi Chakravarty, and Katherine Williams, March 5, 2021

    • “Mummy and Migration: Circulating Race and/as Medicine,” Session #507 Seventeenth-Century Race Thinking: Migration, Sponsored by LLC 17th-Century English, Modern Language Association (MLA), Virtual, January 9, 2021

  • 2020
    • “Ephemeral Geographies in Playing Cards,” Material Texts Roadshow: Writing on Objects, Workshop in the History of Material Texts, University of Pennsylvania, with Chris Faraone (University of Chicago), Shannon Mattern (The New School), and Suzanne Karr Schmidt (Newberry Library), November 23, 2020

    • “We Are What You Eat: Conversations on Food and Race,” with Gitanjali Shahani (San Francisco State University), Folger Critical Race Conversations, a Folger Institute Fiftieth Anniversary Project, supported by the Mellon Initiative in Collaborative Research, associated with Before ‘Farm to Table’: Early Modern Foodways and CulturesOctober 15, 2020

    • “Eating Bodies in Renaissance Europe,” Race and Food in the Early Modern Book, Food and the Book, 1300-1800, co-sponsored by the Center for Renaissance Studies at the Newberry Library and Before ‘Farm to Table’: Early Modern Foodways and Cultures, a Mellon Foundation initiative in collaborative research at the Folger Institute at the Folger Shakespeare Library, October 5, 2020

    • The Corpse, the Archive, the Apothecary: Recovering Transcultural Memory in Early Modern Materia Medica, Memory and Material in Early Modern England, Columbia University Department of English and Comparative Literature, New York, NY, March 6, 2020 

    • Artisans of the Skin: Recipe Culture, Surface Thinking, and 17th-Century Racial Embodiment, Session #94: Seventeenth-Century Race Thinking: Embodiment, Sponsored by LLC 17th-Century English, Modern Language Association (MLA), Seattle, WA, January 2020

  • 2019
    • Cartography, Ethnography, and Games of Empire: Approaches to Early Modern English Geographical Playing Cards, Fellows’ Colloquium, Newberry Library, Chicago, IL, June 2019 

    • “The Egyptian Oyntment”: Early Modern Women, Race, and the Recipe Archive, Panel: Women Writing Race in Early Modern England, organized by Kirsten Mendoza and Meghan Hall, Sponsored by the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women and Gender (SSEMWG), Renaissance Society of America (RSA), Toronto, ON, March 18, 2019

    • Artisans of Immortality: Science, Recipes, and Race in Early Modern Drama, Yale Renaissance Colloquium, Department of English, New Haven, CT, March 1, 2019 

  • 2018