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“Gender, essential contestability, and context-sensitivity”, Great Lakes Philosophy Conference. Siena Heights University. April 2022
“Conceptual shifts and the context-sensitivity of essentially contested concepts”, Uehiro Graduate Philosophy Conference. The University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. March 2022
“Value Transformations, Conceptual Analysis, and Gender”, Contemporary Challenges and Values. Maria Curie-Skłodowska University. December 2021.
“The Phenomenology of Ego-dissolution and the Buddhist Doctrine of Non-self”, Psychedelics Research Workshop. University of Western Ontario. September 2021.
“Thick Terms, Speaker Values, and the Semantic View”, The Annual Meeting of the Canadian Philosophical Association. University of Alberta. June 2021.
“Propensity for Activism as an Argumentative Metric”, Great Lakes Philosophy Conference. Siena Heights University. April 2021.
“Are Human Rights Orthodox, Political, or Personal?”, Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference. September 2020.
“Descriptive and Normative Grounds for Understanding Genders as Essentially Contested”, MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory: What is gender and what do we want it to be? University of Manchester. September 2020.
“Metalinguistic Negotiation as a form of Activism”, Workshop on the Philosophy of Activism. Australian Catholic University. September 2020.