Recent Lectures & Events
“Navigating Theory and The Role of the Scholar: Questions of Theory, Capacity, and Identity in Rhetoric,” A Roundtable Discussion. National Communication Association (NCA) Convention, Washington, DC, November 2014 (forthcoming).
“On the Limits of Resilience: Reflections on Becoming-With-Toxins,” Keynote Lecture, Environmental Humanities Symposium, Appalachia State University, April 4, 2014.
“You Are Toxic. You Are Not a Toxin.,” Invited speaker at Samuel L. Becker Memorial Conference: Interesting Questions in Health, Social Change, and Technology. Department of Communication Studies, University of Iowa, February 28, 2014.
“Teaching Sustainability at IU,” Facilitator. Workshop for Faculty, April 29, 2014.
“Rhetoric & Methods,” Midwest Winter Workshop, University of Illinois, January 2014.
“When Toxic Pollution, Public Health, and Ourselves Unborn Collide,” NCA Convention, Washington, DC, November 22, 2013.
“Rhetorical Studies of Health, Science, and Medicine Roundtable,” NCA Convention, Washington, DC, November 22, 2013.
“Communication Activism, Social Justice, and the Politics of Professionalization (Invited Panel by Research Board),” NCA Convention, Washington, DC, November 23, 2013.
“What is the Value of a Public University?,” Teach-in. Free University Days, IU,
April 12, 2013.
“‘In Vivo’: Kids, Chemical Safety, and the Limits of the Posthuman,” Josephine Jones Lecture, Department of Communication Studies, University of Colorado-Boulder, February 4, 2013.
“Before the Cradle and After the Grave: When Toxic Bodies Become Ordinary,” Plenary Speaker at the Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Association of Cultural Studies (ACS), Grand amphithéâtre de la Sorbonne, Université de Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, July 5, 2012.