|CONFERENCES / SYMPOSIA ORGANIZED
|2019||36th International Social Philosophy Conference, North American Society for Social Philosophy. University of San Francisco. July 11-13. Co-Organizer.|
|2019||Honors Symposium featuring Elizabeth Brake (Rice University), Honors Program and Department of Philosophy and Religion, University of Tampa. May 1.|
Upcoming: “Can We Justify Procreation?” APA Eastern Division Meeting. New York City. January. (Poster)
Upcoming: “Fragile Alliances and Moral Harm: The Ontological Status of Internet Mobs.” Social Ontology 2020:12th Biennial Collective Intentionality Conference. Virtualconference presentation due to COVID-19. July.
Upcoming: “Fragile Alliances and Moral Harm: The Ontological Status of Internet Mobs.” The 37th International Social Philosophy Conference, NASSP. Neumann University. July.
“Theorizing Moral Communities on the Internet: Twitter and the Value of Accountability Practices.” The Bodaken Philosophy Symposium: Living Together Online: Social Epistemology, Ethics, and the Internet. Colorado State University. October 15.
|2019||“A Framework for Experiencing the Social World: Why Families are not Congregations, Sports Teams, or Political Communities.” Alabama Philosophical Society 2019 Conference. Pensacola. September.
|2019||“Toward A Theory of Moral Community on the Internet.” 36th International Social Philosophy Conference, NASSP. University of San Francisco. July 12.|
|2018||“The Ontological Identity of the Family: Sociality, Purpose, and Care.” Social Ontology 11th Biennial Collective Intentionality Conference. Tufts University. August 23.|
|2018||“Social Media, Online Discourse, and the Quality of Relationships.” 35th International Social Philosophy Conference, NASSP. Oakland University. July 20.|
|2018||“On Social Benefits, Care, and the Family.” APA Pacific Division Meeting: Society for LGBTQ Philosophy. San Diego. March 30.|
|2017||“On Determining the Responsibility to Meet Needs.” U.S. Midwest Society for Women in Philosophy. Cleveland. November 4.|
|2017||“Are Children Capable of Collective Intentionality?” APA Pacific Division Meeting. Seattle. April 14.(Poster)|
|2016||“Who Cares? Examining Needs, Care, and Responsibility for a More Caring Version of the State.” New York Society for Women in Philosophy. October 18.|
|2016||“Who Cares? Examining Needs, Care, and Responsibility for a More Caring Version of the State.” Long Island Philosophical Society Spring Conference. Molloy College. April 9.|
|2015||“Civil Service and Education: Changing our View of Dependency.” The 32nd International Social Philosophy Conference, NASSP. William Jewell College. July 17.|
|2014||“Children of the State: How the Concept of Childhood Influences Political Philosophy.” APA Eastern Division Meeting: Symposium for the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children: Philosophy of Childhood. Philadelphia. December 28.|
|2014||“How did Medieval Philosophy Understand Childhood?” 32nd Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science. Fordham University. October 26.|
|2014||“How Has the Concept of Childhood Influenced Political Philosophy?” New York Society for Women in Philosophy. August 14.|
|2014||“What Does a Social Ontology of the Family Look Like?” The Social & Political Philosophy Working Group. Graduate Center, CUNY. May 15.|
|2014||“On Hegel, Women, and the Foundation of Ethical Life: Why Gender Doesn’t Belong in the Family.” APA Pacific Division Meeting. San Diego. April 18. (Poster)|
|2013||“On Hegel, Women, and Family Life: Why the Family is an Important Vehicle for Social Change.” 30th International Social Philosophy Conference, NASSP. Quinnipiac University. July 12.|
|2012||“On Hegel, Women, and the Foundation of Ethical Life: Why Gender Doesn’t Belong in the Family.” Social and Political Philosophy Working Group. Graduate Center, CUNY. November 20.|
|2012||“On the Public/Private Distinction: Why Harmful Acts are Public Acts.” New York Society for Women in Philosophy. July 12.|
|2014||“The Present and Future of the Digital Graduate Center” with the Digital Fellows. 13th CUNY IT Conference. John Jay College of Criminal Justice. December 5.|
|2013||“Digital Praxis: Rethinking Graduate Education in a Digital Age,” Digital Fellows. 12th CUNY IT Conference. John Jay College of Criminal Justice. December 6.|
|2015||“The Caring Way: Education and Service for a More Caring Society.” Philosophy of Education Society Graduate Student Workshop, Spencer Foundation. University of Pennsylvania, October 1.|
|2018||“How Does Social Media Use Affect the Way Our Relationships are Formed or Maintained?” Coffee Conversation for the Honors Program, University of Tampa. February 5.|
|2017||“Envisioning New Open Access Journal Models: Editors and Librarians in Conversation.” Library Association of CUNY (LACUNY) Scholarly Communications Roundtable (SCRT). Graduate Center, CUNY. April 28.|
|2016||“Why Failure Matters: Editors from CUNYs Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy on Learning from ‘Teaching Fails.” Academic Center for Excellence in Research and Teaching (ACERT) Lunchtime Seminar Series. Hunter College, CUNY. October 27.|
|2016||“The CUNY Syllabus Project.” Digital GC Showcase. Provost’s Digital Innovation Grant Presentation. Graduate Center, CUNY. May 17.|