My work in the public humanities takes various shapes and forms, including advocacy and international and domestic research:
"Eco-Homophobia in D.H. Lawrence: ‘The Snake’ That Therefore I Am,"
“Eco-Homophobia in D.H. Lawrence: ‘The Snake’ That Therefore I Am,”, October 2016, European Association for Study of Literature, Culture and Environment (EASLCE), Brussels, Belgium
Consortium for Humanities Centers and Institutes, 2014 "Performative Humanities" Conference, Chinese University of Hong Kong
"Responding to the Anthropocene: Lessons Learned from ‘Habitat Humanities’ Studies"
The Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI) Annual Meeting
Hong Kong, China, June 2014.
“Environmental Stewardship,” New York Council for the Humanities, Hallockville Museum Farm, Riverhead, NY, June 2014.
Humanities for the Environment
Documenting Climate Change
As a member of the Humanities for the Environment Executive Committee, I develop and oversee lecture series hosting scholars such as Micheal Klare and Tonya Lewis (poster images above).
New York Council for the Humanities, Cuba trip, 2015.
Nature Conservancy Uplands Farm
July 21, 2016
Long Island University Tilles Center for the Performing Arts– Council of Overseers
I volunteer as the Chair of the Arts Education Committee, a program that supports 10,000 underserved K-12 students per year.
Participant, 2015 NYC Climate March
Stony Brook Table at the 2015 & 2016 "Go Green" Information Fair
Port Jefferson , NY
Women's Caucus Representative, Northeast Modern Language Association, 2009-2012
Working with a wide body of feminist scholars, I solicited, developed, and oversaw 15 scholarly research panels each year.