Conference Participation

Selected Papers Presented

“Caster’s Shorts: How Fashion Transgression Triggered Medical Intervention for an Elite Track Athlete.” Eastern Sociological Society annual conference, Baltimore, Maryland, February 2018.

“Intersectionality and Articulation: Epistemological Overlaps.” National Women’s Studies Association annual conference, Baltimore, Maryland, November 2017.

“Charging the Net: A Generational Model of Social Activism in Women’s Professional Tennis.” American Sociological Association annual conference, Montreal, Canada, August 2017.

“Intersectionality and Articulation: Overlaps and Disconnects.” Eastern Sociological Society annual conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 2017.

“‘Are There Any Questions?’: Press Conference Participation as a Qualitative Research Method in the Sociology of Sport.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport annual conference, Santa Fé, New Mexico, November 2015.

“The Original 9, Women’s Lob Feminism, and the Social Movement That Launched Women’s Professional Tennis.” International Sociology of Sport Association World Congress of Sociology of Sport, Paris, France, June 2015.

“Women’s Lob: The Original 9 as a Feminist Social Movement in Women’s Professional Tennis.” North American Society for Sport History annual conference, Miami, Florida, May 2015.

“The Original 9: A Feminist Social Movement Through Sports Entertainment and Fashion, 1968-1973.” Subverting Academia & Subversive Academics: An Interdisciplinary Symposium, Department of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, March 2015.

“Rainbow Flags Over Margaret Court Arena: LGBT Politics vs. Christian Fundamentalism in Women’s Professional Tennis.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport annual conference, Portland, Oregon, November 2014.

“Toward a Feminist Physical Cultural Studies: Reflections From an ‘Outsider Within.'” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport annual conference, Quebec City, Canada, November 2013.
→ Honorable Mention, 2013 NASSS Barbara Brown Student Paper Award

“Serena Williams: Gender, Race and (the Perception of) Violence in Women’s Professional Tennis.” International Sociology of Sport Association annual conference, Vancouver, Canada, June 2013.
→ Winner, 2013 ISSA Graduate Student Paper Award

“Serena Williams: Gender, Race and (the Perception of) Violence in Women’s Professional Tennis.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport annual conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2012.

“Out on the Court: Gender Performance, Sexuality and Women’s Professional Tennis.” North American Society for the Sociology of Sport annual conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 2011.

“The Philosopher on the Court: Judith Butler, Gender Performance, and Women’s Professional Tennis.” International Association for the Philosophy of Sport annual conference, Rochester, New York, September 2011.

“Science Among ‘Squaws’ and ‘Savages’: The Representation of American Indians in Scientific American, circa 1845-1900.” (Sections on Science and Religion), American Academy of Religion – Regional Conference, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 1999.

“Science Among ‘Squaws’ and ‘Savages’: The Representation of American Indians in Scientific American, circa 1845-1900.” (Sections on Gender and Science), The New Mexico Statewide Women’s Studies Conference, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, March 1998.

“Science Among ‘Squaws’ and ‘Savages’: The Representation of American Indians in Scientific American, circa 1845-1900.” (Sections on Gender and Science), Talking Across Disciplines: A Feminist Symposium, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, March 1998.

Selected Posters Presented

“Picturing Martina Navratilova: A Genealogy of Gendered Embodiment.”International Visual Sociology Association annual conference, Brooklyn, New York, July 2012.

“Picturing Martina Navratilova: A Genealogy of Gendered Embodiment.” Girls & Women in Sport/Physical Activity conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 2011.

Conference Seminars

Semester-Long Seminar Participant, “Performance Studies and Contemporary Sports.” Canadian Association for Theatre Research and the University of Victoria, British Columbia, June 2013.

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