Discussant on “Data, Privacy, and Justice: Examining the Role of the State” panel with Avery Everhart, Aida Guhlincozzi, Theodore Davenport, Arriana Planey, and Jeremy Crampton, American Association of Geographers, Virtual, April 2023.
“Homeowner, Small Business Owner, Worker: Theorizing Airbnb Host Labor,” American Association of Geographers, Virtual, April 2023.
“Airbnb and the Durability of New Jim Code,” National Women’s Studies Association, Minneapolis, MN, November 2022.
“Airbnb Nightmares: How Airbnb Scams Unveil the Neoliberal Fantasy of the Home,” Society for Social Studies of Science, Cholula, Mexico, December 2022.
Roundtable with Kayla Gore, Jay Apollo, and Kat Purcell. “Transcripts: a podcast from the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project,” Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN, Virtual, June 2021.
“The Romantic Anticapitalisms of Airbnb Hosting,” American Association of Geographers, Online, April 2021.
“Webinar Series: Criticism Inside, Alternatives Alongside: Organizing Otherwise to Intervene in Anthropology’s Future,” The Wenner-Gren Foundation and UC Irvine School of Social Sciences, Online Webinar.
“Airbnb’s Right to the City: Challenging Corporate Urban Futures in Postliberal Times,” American Studies Association, Baltimore, MD, Paper Accepted, November 2020, Cancelled due to COVID-19.
“Cooperatives Won’t Save Tech,” Theorizing the Web, New York, NY, Paper accepted, April 2020, Cancelled due to COVID-19.
“Rent and Loathing in Beantown: Negotiating the Civic Good Through Short-Term Rental Laws and Romantic Anti-Capitalism,” University of Maryland Center for the Advanced Study of Communities and Information, College Park, MD, October 2019.
“‘We Need Some Non-White People’: Rethinking Cooperative Property as Praxis,” Power at the Margins: Mobilizing Across Housing Injustice, Minneapolis, MN, March 2018.
“‘Belong Anywhere’: Identity and Belonging in Airbnb’s Corporate Social Movement,” National Women’s Studies Association, Baltimore, MD, November 2017.