“Her Voice: Recounting Japanese Military Sexual Slavery in Chinese Literature and Film”. Invited Lecture, Cornell University, March 6, 2023. https://events.cornell.edu/event/ccci_her_voice_recounting_japanese_military_sexual_slavery
“Her Voice: Recounting Japanese Military Sexual Slavery in Chinese and Korean Films”. American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting, March 2023.
Conference Presentations and Invited Talks:
“Labor and Leisure: Chess and Card Playing in Chinese Socialist Literature,” in organized panel Leisure, Hobbies, and the State in Socialist China, Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, March 2022.
“Landlords, Model Workers, and Matchmakers: Family and Marriage Reform in 1950s Chinese Films”. Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference. March 26, 3pm-4:30pm EDT, 2021.
“Romanticizing Physical Labor through New Marriage Law Propaganda Films in 1950s China”. Yale China Colloquium Series. November 11, 2020. https://ceas.yale.edu/events/romanticizing-physical-labor-through-new-marriage-law-propaganda-films-1950s-china
“Creating the Socialist Family: The New Marriage Law in 1950s Chinese Propaganda Films”. Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs Annual Meeting. October, 2019.
“Mobilizing Female Revolutionary Martyrdom: Contemporary Adaptations of Red Crag”. Association of Chinese and Comparative Literature Biennial Conference. July, 2019.
“Between Patriotism and Consumerism: Female Sexuality in Contemporary Adaptations of Red Crag”. Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference. March, 2019.
“Controlling Female Revolutionary Martyrdom: Mystification and Demystification of Jiang Xueqin in Red Crag”. Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs Annual Meeting. October 19, 2018.
“Making Martyrs: Representations of Female Martyrdom in Late Qing and Early Republican China”. American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting. March 29, 2018.
“中国媒体和山寨文化 Chinese Media and Copycat Culture”. Chinese Lunch Talk Series. Wesleyan University, November 29, 2016.
“Changing Narratives of a Martyr/Victim of the Chinese Civil War”. Invited Panelist, “New Perspectives on the Civil War Workshop”. Yale University, May, 2016.
“Shanzhai History and ‘Historical Nihilism’: A Case Study of the Rewritings of Liu Hulan”. Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference. April, 2016.
“Female Martyrdom in Chinese Literature”. Oregon Humanities Center. February, 2016.
“The Construction of the Myth of a Socialist Martyr”. The University of Colorado Boulder Asian Studies Graduate Student Conference. February, 2015.