For some of my recent and upcoming talks, please see my CV. As a general thumb-rule, I am found at SLSA, SCMS, 4S, and SHOT+SIGCIS almost every year. I also make frequent appearances at ASAP and ACLA, among other academic conferences.
Thanks to grant awards by the University of California Humanities Research Institute and the Davis Humanities Institute, and generous support by UC Davis Science and Technology Studies Program, I also have recently co-organized a series of lectures, interdisciplinary collaborations, workshops, and events.
For more, follow the multi-campus graduate working group, Science/Fiction, Science/Media: Re-theorizing STS's Cultural Landscape and the Technoscience + Speculative Media Research Cluster.
Currently, with support from the Idzik Program in Computing and Digital Technologies, the Program in History and Philosophy of Science, the Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society, the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, and the Departments of English and Film, Television, and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame, I am spearheading an ongoing conversation series at the University of Notre Dame titled 'Life in Pixels'. More details can be found here.
In fall 2022, bringing together on campus some of the foremost critical scholars of media and technology today, I organized an international symposium titled 're:compute: media technologies and alternate futures' with support from various units at Notre Dame.