Andrew Wenaus (PhD IV), "Space Cocktails and Saturday Night on Saturn: Armchair Tourism, Polar Inertia, and the Void in Les Baxter’s Space Escapade" at Joint Eaton/SFRA Conference: Science Fiction Media. UC Riverside, California. April 11-14.
Rajan, Tilottama, "Prefaces and Restrospects: Hays, Godwin, and the Unfinished Project of Political Justice at the End of the 1790s," special session on "The Book to Come: Prefaces, Prospectuses and Introductions." Romantic Prospects. 20th Annual NASSR Conference. Neuchatel, Switzerland, August 2012.
Rajan, Tilottama, "‘Idea’: The De-Construction of the Word in German Idealism from Kant to Schelling,"North American Schelling Society, Seattle, August 2012.
Rajan, Tilottama, "Zones of Entanglement: The Institution of Philosophy in Romanticism," Plenary paper, Romantisme et philosophie, University of Lille, September 2012.
Rajan, Tilottama, "Analeptic Time: Hays, Godwin and the Unfinished Project of Political Justice at the End of the 1790s," University of Kent at Canterbury, October 2012.
Gord Barentsen (with Professor Paul Werstine), At Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: E/Merging Reading, Writing, and Research Practices. INKE 2012 Birds-of-a-Feather Gathering, Havana, Cuba December 12, 2012.
Gord Barentsen (PhD V), "God Does Not Build In Straight Lines (Or Does It?): Schelling, Jung, Deleuze and the Critique of Psychological Interiority" at the inaugural conference of the International Society for Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority (ISPDI) in Berlin, Germany, July 23-25, 2012.
Gord Barentsen (PhD V), “Coding Digital Texts in TEI-Compliant XML, Case Study: The Folger Shakespeare Library Edition of Troilus and Cressida.” The Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2012 Colloquium, University of Victoria, June 5-8, 2012.
Donna Palmateer Pennee, "Between “Imperatives” and “Reasoned Choices among Elegant Alternatives”: Humanities’ Futures in the Corporate Managerial University", a Plenary Address to the Tenth Annual International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Centre Mont-Royal, Montreal, June, 16, 2012.
Organized as one of the many activities of common ground publishing at the University of Illinois, this annual conference is held in a different country each year. It features plenary speakers from the venue country, then multiple forms of conference participation (colloquia, workshops, panels, talking circles) with hundreds of delegates from around the world.
Michael Groden (with Austin Briggs, Hamilton College), "Ulysses Reading Group," two-session discussion group, at the 23rd International James Joyce Symposium, "Joyce, Dublin, and Environs," Dublin, Ireland, June 14-15, 2012.
Meghan Blythe Adams, “Take Me to Your Breeder”: Undermining the Queer in Bioware’s Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2" at the 2012 ACCUTE Conference in Kitchener-Waterloo, May 2012.
Emily Pez, "Talking Trees in 'The Dream of the Rood' and Whitman's 'Song of the Redwood-Tree,'" ACCUTE, Waterloo, May 28, 2012.
Andrew Wenaus , “Twilight of Information Illiteracy: Kenji Siratori, Blood Electric, and Asemic Cyberpunk” at Enunciating the End: Apocalypses, Textual Futures, and What Comes Next. Montreal, Quebec. March 1-3, 2012.
Michael Groden, "James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Public-Domain Man," invited lecture as part of the Ninth Annual James Joyce Celebration, "Joyce Unbound: James Joyce Enters the Public Domain" at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, February 3, 2012.
Andrew Wenaus, “Babelian Act of Fecundity: Chaos, Information Theory, and James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake” at the 22nd International James Joyce Symposium. San Marino, California. Summer 2011.
Meghan Blythe Adams, “The Elephant’s Child: Repetition, Lineage and Change in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home” at the 2010 New Narratives Conference at the University of Toronto, May 2010.
Meghan Blythe Adams, “Endless Slides in Cyberspace: Tensions Between Space and Place in Portal” at A Measure of Place: Space in Text and Context at McGill University, Montreal, February 2010.
Andrew Wenaus, “Falling out of Cars: Jeff Noon’s Chaotics of Perception and Memory” at B.S. Johnson, His Contemporaries, and the British Literary-Cultural Scene, 1949-1979 (& Beyond), London, UK. Fall 2009.