I have delivered papers at several conferences in Germany, the UK, and the USA. Conferences are great opportunities to meet artists and scholars to exchange ideas.

University of Oxford, England, UK June 2016

2018 — “Spectatorship as Performance: Becoming an Aroused Performer in the Performance of Brazen,” Impacting Audiences: Spectatorship, Embodiment, and Change, American Society for Theater Research Conference, San Diego, California, November 15-18. (ASTR Forum, November 16-17)

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, 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.