Presentations

Refereed Conference Presentations

“Nietzsche’s Historical Anarchism,” Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition(PACT), moved online due to COVID-19

“Beyond Justice: Ethical Responses to Histories of Violence,” Society for Philosophy in the Contemporary World (SPCW), cancelled due to COVID-19

“Beyond Nachträglichkeit: Anzaldúa’s Autohistoria-teoría and the Creation of Trauma,” Wounded Worlds: Trauma and Melancholia in the Anthropocene seminar, American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) 2020, cancelled due to COVID-19

“Traumatic Temporality and The Eternal Recurrence of Anzaldúa’s Coyolxauhqui Imperative,” American Philosophical Association (APA), Central Division Meeting, Chicago, February 2020

“Time’s Redemption: The Recurrence of Nietzsche’s Suprahistorical,” Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP), University of Memphis, October 2017

“The Atopos Role of Tychē and Automaton in Heidegger’s Aristotle Einleitung of 1922,” Heidegger Circle satellite session at SPEP, University of Memphis, October 2017

“Historical Horizons: Reading Heidegger Reading Nietzsche Reading Emerson,” SPEP, Utah Valley University, October 2016

“Trauma and Historical Witnessing: Hope for Malabou’s New Wounded,” SPEP, Emory University, October 2015

“Animal Activists and the Possibility of Response,” University at Albany Philosophical Association Graduate Student Conference, SUNY Albany, April 2015

Invited Presentations


“Possibilities for Redemption: The Creative and Affective Powers of Non-linear Historicizing in Anzaldúa and Nietzsche,” Cornell College, spring 2022

“Crisis Exhaustion and the Temporality of Struggle,” PACT Mini-Conference on Crisis and Politics, online, 2020

“Not-Being-at-Ease: Mariana Ortega’s Expansion of Heidegger via Anzaldúa,” book Panel: Mariana Ortega’s In-Between: Latina Feminist Phenomenology, Multiplicity, and the Self, Heidegger Circle Satellite Session, SPEP, Duquesne University, Oct. 2019

“Trauma and Translation: Nachträglichkeit and Ek-static Temporality,” Association for Philosophy of the Unconscious satellite meeting, American Philosophical Association (APA), Savannah, GA, January 2018

“Becoming Who We Were, Are, and Will Be: A Reading of Historicity, Eternity, and the Moment from the Untimely Meditations through Zarathustra,” Collegium Phaenomenologicum, “Embodying Temporalities: Deep Time, Genealogy, Exile”, Città di Castello, Umbria, Italy, July 2016

“Dwelling at the Limit: Comments on Charles Bambach’s Thinking the Poetic Measure of Justice,” Heidegger Circle 49th annual meeting, Loyola University Maryland, May 2015

“Thinking Toward an Ethics of Response-Ability: Gelassenheit and Others,” Collegium Phaenomenologicum,”Heidegger: Gelassenheit, Ethical Life, Ereignis1933-1946”, Città di Castello, Umbria, Italy, July, 2013

“Heidegger, Emerson, and the Pedagogic Relationship,” University of New Mexico’s 4th Annual National Ronald E. McNair Research and Leadership Conference, Albuquerque, NM, October 2010

Roundtables & Panel Commentary

Respondent, “Heidegger on Television,” Babette Babich, Heidegger Circle 52nd annual meeting, Goucher College, May 2018

Respondent, “Heidegger on Van Gogh, Klee, Chillida” panel, Heidegger Circle 51st annual meeting, Whitman College, April 2017

Respondent, “Thinking, Otherness, and Excess” panel, Heidegger Circle 50th annual meeting, DePaul University, September 2016

“What It’s Like to be a Woman in Philosophy: Challenging the Paradigm,” Women in the Academy Inaugural Roundtable, UNM, March 2012

Guest Lectures

Laplanche’s (Mis)reading of Ekstatic Temporality and the Possibility of Re-translating Freud and Heidegger,” seminar: “Derrida’s Grandfathers: Freud and Heidegger,” taught by Elizabeth Rottenberg, DePaul University, May 2017