I have delivered papers at several conferences in Germany, the UK, and the USA. Conferences are the great opportunities to meet artists and scholars to exchange ideas.
2018 — “Spectatorship as Performance: Becoming an Aroused Performer in the Performance of Brazen,” Impacting Audiences: Spectatorship, Embodiment, and Change, The American Society for Theater Research Conference, San Diego, California, November 15-18.
2018 — “An Enemy or a Çapulcu?: Thomas Ostemeier’s Theatrical Reflection on Turkey’s Gezi Park Protests in the 19th Istanbul Theatre Festival,” Turkish-German Relations in Turkey and Germany, The German Studies Association Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 27-30.
2018 — “Theatre as Women’s Counter-Election Campaigns,” Baustelle Brecht II / Working with Brecht II, Literaturforum im Brecht-Haus. Berlin, Germany, June 26.
2018 — “Brecht’s Die Mutter (The Mother): Theatre’s Response to Misogyny During the German Presidential Election Campaigns in 1932,” Theatre History Symposium & Articles-in-Progress Workshop of Mid-America Theatre Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, March 15-18.
2017 — “The Denigrated Roles of (In)visible Female Characters in Eugene O’Neill’s Desire Under the Elms,” Reworking Labor, Tufts Graduate Humanities Conference, Tufts University, Medford, MA, USA, October 20.
2016 — “Brecht in Contemporary German Theatre: Frank Castorf’s Productions of Brecht’s Plays from the Perspective of Postdramatic Theatre,” Recycling Brecht, 15th Symposium of the International Brecht Society, University of Oxford, England, June 25-29.
2014 — “Dependent Audiences and Independent Theatre,” Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas Conference, Boston, MA, USA, June 26-29.
2013 — “The Reasons Preventing the Production of High Quality Theatre for Early Childhood,” Art Meets Research International Symposium, University of Hildesheim, Hannover, Germany, April 21-23.