2018

  • Sexual Topographies: (De-)Eroticizing Women’s Bodies in The New Descriptions of Merryland (1740). Traveling Bodies. Universität Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz)
  • Traveling Bodies/Reisende Körper. Conference Organizer (together with Prof. Dr. Nicole Maruo-Schröder and Prof. Dr. Uta Schaffers). University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz

2017

  • Crucifying Hairiness: Gender Hybridity in the Life of St Wilgefortis. International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds.

  • The Dangerous Other: Transgressing Gender in Medieval English Hagiography. International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds. Session Organiser together with Meg Gregory, Illinois State University

  • Medical Complicity: Body Snatchers and the Rise of Obstetrics in 18th Century England. Complicity and the Politics of Representation. Ruhr University Bochum (paper accepted, attendance withdrawn)

  • Dissecting Birth: Medicine, Science and the Representation of Birth in 18th Century Medical DocumentsTransient Bodies in Anglophone Culture. University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz, 09 June)

  • Transient Bodies in Anglophone Culture. Conference Organizer (together with Dr. Sara Strauß, University of Paderborn). University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz, 09 June)

  • "It doesn't matter what type of animal you are" - Equality, Empowerment, and Emancipation in Disney's Zootopia. (together with Prof. Dr. Nicole Maruo-Schröder). Schnuppervorlesung für SchülerInnen, University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz)

2016

  • Presentation Skills for Academics. Invited Lecturer. Interdisziplinäres Promotionszentrum (IPZ). University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz, 14 June)

  • Embracing a New Domesticity: Do-it-Yourself, Foodporn, MommyBlogs and the Return to Home and HearthPopular Culture-Gender-Agency. 5th Interdisciplinary Gender Colloquium, University of Rostock 

  • Becoming Visible: Networking and Self-Marketing in Academia. Invited Lecturer. Interdisziplinäres Promotionszentrum (IPZ). University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz) (April/May)

  • Chaucer's Miller's Tale in Historical Perspective. Invited Lecturer, Survey of English and American Literatures (Prof. Dr. Merle Tönnies, Prof.Dr. Christoph Ribbat), University of Paderborn

  • Of Monsters and Men: Exploring Old English Literature. Invited Lecturer, Survey of English and American Literatures (Prof. Dr. Merle Tönnies, Prof.Dr. Christoph Ribbat), University of Paderborn

  • Withering Bodies: Sexuality, Aging and the Female Body in Contemporary Dystopias for Young Readers. "Tell Freedom I Said Hello": Issues in Contemporary Young Adult Dystopian Fiction. Symposium. University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz) 

2015

  • Professional Writing Skills in Theory and Practice. Invited Lecturer. Interdisziplinäres Promotionszentrum (IPZ). University of Koblenz-Landau (Campus Koblenz) (October/November)
  • Publishing in English. Invited Lecturer. Interdisziplinäres Promotionszentrum (IPZ). University of Koblenz-Landau (Landau 7 May, Koblenz 21 May)

  • Chaucer, Genres and Politics: An Introduction to Middle English Literature. Invited Lecturer, Survey of English and American Literatures (Prof. Dr. Merle Tönnies, Prof.Dr. Christoph Ribbat), University of Paderborn

  • Monsters and the Mapping of the World: An Introduction to Old English Literature. Invited Lecturer, Survey of English and American Literatures (Prof. Dr. Merle Tönnies, Prof.Dr. Christoph Ribbat), University of Paderborn

2014

  • "Moving into the Bearded Territory of Men": Bearded Women in Medieval Culture and Beyond. History, Gender and Society. University of Winchester, UK​​ (Paper Accepted, Attendance Withdrawn)
  • Mentoring as a Form of Collective Action for Young Female Professionals. Women, Scholarship, and Collective Action: A Round Table Discussion. Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship / Gender & Medieval Studies Group, International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, UK​​ 

  • "Incoherently Sexed": Hybrid Bodies in Women's Hagiography. Gender and Transgression in the Middle Ages, University of St. Andrews, UK​​ (Paper Accepted, Attendance Withdrawn)

  • Chaucer's Canterbury Tales: Exploring Middle English Literature, Invited Lecturer. Survey of English and American Literatures (Prof. Dr. Merle Tönnies, Prof.Dr. Christoph Ribbat), University of Paderborn 

  • Bisclavret, Beowulf and Other Beasts: A Survey of Old English Literature. Invited Lecturer. Survey of English and American Literatures (Prof. Dr. Merle Tönnies, Prof.Dr. Christoph Ribbat), University of Paderborn 

  • Dressing and Undressing: The Function of Clothing in the Formation of Gender Identity and Social Status, Gender and Status, Annual Gender and Medieval Studies Conference, University of Winchester, UK

2013

  • 'Painful Pleasure' - Saintly Torture on the Verge of Pornography, International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, UK
  • Saintly Sexualized Bodies: Tongues, Teeth and Symbolic Defloration in Women's Hagiography, 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, USA​ 

  • Bodily Transformation(s) - Creating Female Gender Hybridity in Women's Hagiography, The Middle Ages in Britain: A Student Conference, University of Giessen

  • The Materiality of the Body - The Body as Material: An Investigation of the Breast in Women's Hagiography, Gender in Material Culture, Annual Gender and Medieval Studies Conference, Bath Spa University, UK

2012

  • Female Breasts - Female Weakness?: Exploring a 'Complex Delight' in Women's Hagiography, 3rd Paderborn-Siegen Graduate Colloquium, Haus Busch, Hagen
  • "Letting Satan in...": On Teeth, Tongues, Throats and Symbolic Defloration in Female Saints' Legends, Gender and Punishment, Annual Gender and Medieval Studies Conference, University of Manchester, UK

2011

  • "Thou shalt not": Subconcious Surveillance of Gender in Medieval Culture, Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of British Culture, University of Mainz

2010

  • The Gendered Body: Controversial Constructions of Femininity in Medieval Literature, Annual Conference of the German Association for the Study of British Culture (Postgraduate Forum), University of Bochum
  • Historical, Fictional, Virtual - Transformation and Visualization of 18th Century Reality in Second Life, New Directions in English Studies Conference:Emerging Spaces in Graduate Research, Illinois State University, USA

  • Gendered Cells: Female Gender and the Signficance of Hair(styles) in Women's Hagiography, Wirklichkeitskonzepte, Symposium, University of Siegen and Paderborn

2009

  • From True to New Womanhood - Kate Chopin's Literary Liberation, Reading the Everyday: Literary and Cultural Perspectives, University of Paderborn
  • Unrecognized Femininity in and after Vietnam - Seeing War through Women's Eyes, Contested Memory and Vietnam, University of  Erfurt and Paderborn