Sharing my knowledge and media production is integral.
If it’s the right fit, I can tailor a presentation or workshop to an organization/ event’s needs along standard and community speaker’s fees.
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Past speaking engagements of note:
University of Calgary. 2016 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Canadian sexuality studies Association. Presenting ACSEXE+. May 30, 2016. http://congress2016.ca/sites/default/files/sites/default/uploads/303-sss-ses-2016-02-19.pdf
Concordia University, Montreal. Beyond disciplines panels: re-shaping diversity. April 27, 2016. Live stream of event
Concordia University, Montreal. In Practice: Community Engagement and Accessibility in the Arts. February 17, 2016. https://www.facebook.com/events/474324792762697/
Université du Québec à Montréal. Semaine Citoyenneté et Handicap 2015. Présentation et projection du film, ACSEXE+. December 1, 2015.
Centre for Gender Advocacy, Montreal. Ableism and accessibility workshop for peer support volunteers. November 26th 2015. http://genderadvocacy.org/events/bbfa-workshop-4-ableism-and-accessibility/
Concordia University, Montreal. Community Based Research Curated Discussion. November 10, 2015.
Cha Island Cafe, Edmonton AB. Underwater City Zine I launch, Edmonton. June 10, 2015
McGill University, with QPIRG McGill. Panel presenter: Understanding Austerity, How Austerity Affects us All. March 26, 2015. http://rqge.qc.ca/events/panneau-sur-les-liens-entre-lausterite-la-justice-environnementale-et-le-colonialisme/
McGill University, Radical Affordances Conference: Emerging Scholarship, Art, and Activism at the Intersection of Media and Disability Studies. Presenting the Underwater City Project. March 23, 2015. www.radicalaffordances.ca
Board Meeting, STM. Performance and intervention. Read poem: Patient, Patient, Always Patient. March 4, 2015. Transcript of intervention
YWCA Montreal, with University of the Streets Cafe. Panel presenter: Prejudice, Access and the Everyday: How are disabilities experienced and perceived in Montreal? February 3, 2015. www.concordia.ca/about/community/initiatives/streets-cafe
Norman Berthume Square, Montreal. Take Back the Night March and Rally. Read: Tear Down those Walls. November 21, 2014. http://underwatercityproject.tumblr.com/post/105025595128/a-few-weeks-ago-i-had-the-honour-of-speaking-at
McGill University, Social Diversity Days: Facilitated Accessibility Audit. October 2, 2014.
McGill University, Social Justice Days: Accessibilize Me Baby workshop, fall, 2014.
McGill University Campus, Take Back the Night rally, November, 2014. http://genderadvocacy.org/events/take-back-the-night-march-2/
Concordia University, with Centre for Gender Advocacy. Facilitated public discussion: Gender, disability and sexuality: Real Talk with Accessibilize Montreal. September 30, 2014. http://www.cdeacf.ca/evenement/2014/09/30/workshop-gender-disability-and-sexuality-real-talk
Café L’artère, Montreal. Underwater City I: Searching for the most accessible city in Canada, launch. September 15, 2014.
Cafe L’artere, Montreal, with Gender B(l)ender Queer Cabaret. Performed readings from Underwater City I: Searching for the Most Accessible City in Canada. August, 2014.
McGill University, Accessibility 101: Why Accessibilize Montreal. October, 2013.
York University, York Aboriginal Students Association Knowledge in Sharing Stories Conference and Pow wow. Presented: “The use of New Media in Publicizing the 2011 Attawapiskat Housing Crisis”, April, 2012. http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2012/04/05/annual-pow-wow-brightens-vari-hall/
McGill University, Kanata Indigenous Studies Conference. Presented paper: “Switching to First Person: Moving beyond the Liberal Rights Discourse in Aboriginal Rights Activism”, November 24, 2011. http://qpirgmcgill.org/kanata/