2019 Society for Music Analysis’s International Music Analysis Conference, Program Committee Member, University of Southampton. 29-31 July.
2019 Symposium of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Groups, “Legacies of Resistance, Responding to Oppression: Changing Dynamics in LGBTQ+ Music Activism and Scholarship,” Program Committee Member, University of Southampton. April 26-27.
2018 Irish Sound Science and Technology Association (ISSTA), Program Committee Member, Ulster University, Derry, Northern Ireland. 9-10 November.
2018 Convener and speaker, themed session on behalf of the Royal Musical Association’s LGBTQ Study Group, “LGBTQ+ Mental Health in University Music Departments.” 13-15 September, 2018. Royal Musical Association annual conference, University of Bristol, UK.
2018 Chair of the second annual symposium of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Groups. “Queerness, Voice, Embodiment.” 20-21 April, 2018. Maynooth University, Ireland.
2017 Convener and speaker, themed session on behalf of the Royal Musical Association’s LGBTQ Study Group, “Music and Musical Expression in LGBTQ+ Activism.” 9 September, 2017. Royal Musical Association annual conference, University of Liverpool.
2017 1st Symposium of the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group. 26-7 May, 2017. Edge Hill University, UK, alongside Sound City (http://www.liverpoolsoundcity.co.uk/2017).
2016 Social Event to launch the LGBTQ+ Study Group of the Royal Musical Association, in affiliation with the British Forum for Ethnomusicology. 5 November, 2016. Bedford Square, London, UK.
2016 Organisation and Selection Committee for the conference “Experiments in Music Research: Reassessing Pierre Schaeffer's Contributions to Music and Sound Studies.” 9 December, 2016. Department of Music, University of Birmingham, UK.
2015 Co-organizer of the international conference, “Falling Out of Line: Music and the Exceptional,” keynote lecture by Paul Attinello. 4-5 December, 2015. Zentrum für Genderforschung in cooperation with the Institut für Musikästhetik, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz. With support from the city of Graz, the Styrian state, and AIDS-Hilfe Graz.
2015 Organizer of „Tag für eine Komponistin“ 2015, an event dedicated to composer Juliana Hodkinson. Part of the Open Cube Concert Series at the Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics, in cooperation with Zentrum für Genderforschung and the Institut für Musikästhetik, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz.
2013 Selection Committee for the Midwest Graduate Music Consortium. 12-13 April, 2013. University of Chicago, Illinois.
2012 Publicity Committee for the Stony Brook University Graduate Symposium, “Between Difference and Engagement: Music and Politics.”
2011 Publicity Committee for the Stony Brook University Graduate Symposium, “Perspectives on Performance.”
2018 “Mastering Sex in and out of the Studio.” The Annual Meeting of the Society for Music Theory, 1-4 November, 2018. San Antonio, Texas, USA.
2018 “Forming and Framing Queer Urban Musical Communities in the Pacific Northwest.” Joint-Alternative Session of the American Musicological Society and the Society for Music Theory, “Diversity and Discipline in Hip-Hop Studies,” 1-4 November, 2018. San Antonio, Texas, USA.
2018 “Forming and Framing Queer Urban Musical Communities in the Pacific Northwest.” International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM) Joint Symposium of the Music and Gender & Music and Minorities Study Groups. 22-31 July, 2018. University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria.
2018 “The Sounds of (Sex) Music.” Rethinking Sound Conference. 30-31 March, 2018. HanyangUniversity, Seoul, Korea.
2017 “(Un)veiling Sound: Hearing Both Ways.” Themed session of the Royal Musical Association’s LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, “Music and Musical Expression in LGBTQ+ Activism.” 9 September, 2017. Royal Musical Association annual conference, University of Liverpool, UK.
2017 “Un-bracketing the objet sonorein Schaeffer’s ‘Erotica.’”The 15th annual plenary conference of The Society for Musicology in Ireland, 16-18 June, 2017. Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
2016 “Breaking Silence, Breaching Censorship: ‘Ongoing Interculturality’ in Alice Shields’s Electronic Opera Apocalypse.” 10-12 June, 2016. The 14th annual plenary conference of The Society for Musicology in Ireland, hosted by Dublin City University. Dublin, Ireland.
2016 “The ‘Ongoing Interculturality’ of Alice Shields’s Apocalypse.” 8-10 April, 2016. The “Deleuze + Art: Multiplicities | Thresholds | Potentialities” conference, co-hosted by the School of Drama, Film, and Music at Trinity College Dublin and Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute. Dublin, Ireland.
2015 “Music in Transit: An Interactive Interview with Juliana Hodkinson.” 9-11 November, 2015. Artistic research performance-presentation at The Dark Precursor: International Conference on Deleuze and Artistic Research. Ghent, Belgium. Best Presentation Award recipient.
2015 “‘I Keep Memory at Arm’s Length’: Erotic Possibilities of Time-Stretching in Electroacoustic Music.” 25-26 February, 2015. Orpheus Instituut Seminar, “The Making of Musical Time: Temporality in Musical Composition and Performance.” Ghent, Belgium.
2014 “Eroticism and Time in Computer Music: Juliana Hodkinson and Niels Rønsholdt’s Fish & Fowl.” 14-20 September, 2014. Poster at the joint conference of the International Computer Music Association and the Sound and Music Computing Conference, “Music Technology Meets Philosophy: From Digital Echoes to Virtual Ethos.” Athens, Greece.
2014 “‘A System of Systems’: Negotiations with the Ideal Listener.” 28 February - 2 March, 2014. University of North Georgia Arts & Letters Conference 2014, “Utopia in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.” Dahlonega, Georgia.
2013 “‘Love to Love You Baby’: Donna Summer and the Ambiguous Labor of Disco Queens.” 31 July - 4 August, 2013. 2013 Feminist Theory and Music conference, “FTM 20-21: New Voices in the New Millennium.” Hamilton College, Clinton, New York.
2013 “Elusive Narratives Both Fish & Fowl: Structures of Representation in the Electroacoustic Music of Juliana Hodkinson and Niels Rønsholdt.” 15 - 17 March, 2013. The Graduate Music Symposium of the Music Graduate Students' Society of McGill University. Montreal, Canada.
2012 “Who’s Afraid of Emilia Marty? The Path to New Pastures in the Speech Melodies of Leoš Janáček.” 8 May, 2012. “Vĕc Makropulos: A Symposium on the Opera of Leoš Janáček” held at the Bohemian National Hall, NYC. Sponsored by the NYU Music Department, the Bohemian Benevolent & Literary Association, and the Metropolitan Opera.
2012 “History Under the Rubric of ‘Soviet’ Music.” 17 February, 2012. “Between Difference and Engagement: Music and Politics,” Stony Brook University Graduate Student Symposium.
2011 “Dostoevsky and Political Ideology in Early Twentieth Century European Opera.” 27 July, 2011. “Culture/Cognition Fest,” held at the St. Petersburg-New York Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (St. Petersburg, Russia), The Russian Language and Culture Institute at the Faculty of Philology; St. Petersburg University, Russia.
2018 “Mastering Sex in and out of the Studio.” 2 February, 2018. Paper delivered at the Research Colloquium of the Department of Music, Maynooth University.
2016 “Hearing Presence in Recent Music.” 8 November, 2016. Paper delivered at the Invited Speaker Seminar Series of the Department of Philosophy, Maynooth University.
2016 Round Table “Gender, Interdisciplinarity and Music.” 24-25 June, 2016. “Gender and Musicology” Conference. University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Austria.
2014 “Convergences in Music Analysis (or, Music Theory’s Queer Complex).” 6 - 9 November, 2014. Invited panelist at the Society for Music Theory’s Queer Resource Group Business Meeting on the topic “What happens when Queer Theory + Music Theory?” Delivered at the annual meeting of the Society for Music Theory. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
2014 “Making Sex Sound?” 27 October, 2014. Invited Lecture, Signale-Graz Soirée at the Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz.
2014 “‘Not a voice, not a word’: The Closing from Maconchy’s One-Act Opera The Departure.” 24-25 October, 2014. Invited lecture, Symposium on the music of Elizabeth Maconchy. Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz.
2014 “Juliana Hodkinson, Composer in a Networked World.” 19 May, 2014. Invited Lecture in the “Komponistinnen” series of the Zentrum für Genderforschung, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz.
2014 “‘Structural Listening’: The Ideal Type Revisited.” 14 May 2014. Invited Lecture in the Music Theory Colloquium, Institute for Composition, Theory of Music, History of Music, and Conducting, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz.
2013 Discussant, Round Table with Annie Gosfield. 9 December, 2013. „Tag für eine Komponistin“ 2014, Zentrum für Genderforschung, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz.
2015 Digital Humanities at Oxford Workshop, “Humanities Data: Curation, Analysis, Access, and Reuse (Managing modern data for academic research).” 20-24 July, 2015. Oxford University, UK.
2014 Musicologist interviewed for the RTÉ Lyric FM documentary on Elizabeth Maconchy, aired 11 November, 2014. Dublin, Ireland.
2012 Musicologist in Residence, Chamber Music Silicon Valley (5 lectures), 2012.