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Ph.D. Virginia, 2002
M.A. Virginia, 1995
B.A. Yale, 1989
"On Becoming Wise, in Goffman’s Sense," Disability across the Disciplines symposium, University of Virginia (Feb. 2016).
"Writing the Hearing Line," Gallaudet University (Oct. 2015).
"Figuring Disability in Postcolonial Literature," English Dept. Faculty Lecture, University of Virginia (Feb. 2014).
Roundtable participant, "Disability Discourses in Latin America: Academy and Activism," Modern Language Association convention, Chicago IL (Jan. 2014).
"Deaf Literature, Medicine, and the Paradoxes of Identity"
—Medical Center Hour, University of Virginia (Feb. 2013).
—Modern Language Association convention, Boston MA (Jan. 2013).
“Midnight’s Children and the Disabled Subaltern,” Modern Language Association convention, Seattle, WA (Jan. 2012).
“Critiquing Ableism? Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart,” Modern Language Association convention, Seattle, WA (Jan. 2012).
“Signs of Change: ASL and the Academy.” Decomposing Disability symposium, the George Washington University, Washington, DC (Nov. 2011).
“’She was Plumb Deef and Dumb, Huck!’ Literature and Disability.” Foundational Texts and Traditions conference, Peking University, Beijing, China (Aug. 2011).
“Borges in the Mind’s Eye,” Society for Disability Studies conference, San Jose, CA (June 2011).
“Writing Deaf Identity in Nineteenth-Century America”
—The Edmund Lyon Memorial Lecture Series, National Technical Institute for the Deaf/Rochester Institute of Technology (Oct. 2009)
—Brown University (Sept. 2009)
—Faculty lecture, Colonnade Club, University of Virginia (Feb. 2009)
—The University of Pennsylvania (Oct. 2008)
—Boston University (April 2007)