performances/presentations

Future:

“’Worth Writing About:’ Boredom in Lil Wayne’s Prison Journal Gone ‘Til November.” NEMLA panel “the Diary as Literature through the Lens of Multiculturalism in America.” Washington DC. March, 2019.

“Burning Bush: The Politics of Pubic Hair.” ACLA panel “in the thick of it—a study of hair and its intersections with identity, politics, and culture.” Washington DC. March, 2019.

Past:

Open Mic at Blueprint Cafe. Newark, NJ. November, 2018.

360 Open Mic. Newark, NJ. October, 2018.

Open Mic at Blueprint Cafe. Newark, NJ. September, 2018.

People’s Open Mic at Aferro. Newark, NJ. August, 2018.

Open Mic at Blueprint Cafe. Newark, NJ. August, 2018.

Open Mic at Blueprint Cafe. Newark, NJ. July, 2018.

People’s Open Mic at Aferro. Newark, NJ. July, 2018.

People’s Open Mic at Aferro. Newark, NJ. June, 2018.

SHU Alumni Open Mic. South Orange, NJ. February, 2018.

“How to be a Tutee.” NJCEA Conference at Seton Hall University. South Orange, NJ. March, 2018.

People’s Open Mic at Aferro. Newark, NJ. January, 2018.

“Race, (In)Justice, and the Prison Industrial Complex in Sister Souljah’s The Coldest Winter Ever.” Monmouth Race Conference at Monmouth University. West Long Branch, NJ. November, 2017.

“’Beyond Shakespeare:’ Tupac and Hamlet’s Theatrics.” Shakespeare Day at Seton Hall University. South Orange, NJ. May, 2015.

“’Millions of False Eyes are Stuck Upon Thee:’ Gentrifying Women’s Bodies in Measure for Measure.” NJCEA Conference at Seton Hall University. South Orange, NJ. April, 2015.

“Acting Like Jesus: St. Margaret of Ypres’s Holy Performance.” Persecution, Punishment, and Purgatory Conference at City University of New York. New York, NY. November, 2014.