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2023. "The Affordances of the Bisexual Triangle." World Picture Conference. Institute for Cultural Inquiry: Berlin, Germany.

2023. "Alluring Confoundment: Bisexual and Transgender Transgressions in Neo-noir and Erotic Thriller Cinemas." Society of Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) Conference. Denver, CO; USA.

2022. "Bisexual Invisibility on Film; or, the Ascendency of the Monosexist Hermeneutic." Society of Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) Conference. Online.

2021. "She Must Be Seeing Men: Bisexual Threat, Lesbian Paranoia, and the Troubling of Monosexual Signification in She Must Be Seeing Things." Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) Conference. Online.

2019. "Rehistoricising Female Vampires of 1970s British Cinema: Bisexuality, Antisemitism, and Xenophobia." European Geographies of Sexualities Conference. Charles University: Prague, Czechia.

2019. "Critical Stakes: Bisexualising Cinema's Les(bi)an Vampires." Queer Conversations: Looking to Art History and Visual Culture. The Courtauld Institute of Art: London, UK.

2016. "Bisexuality and Polyamory in the Cinema of Gregg Araki." The European Bisexual Research Conference. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


2023. "Bisexuality Troubling Visibility." University of Glasgow LGBTQ+ Staff Forum. Online. 

2022. "Uncertainty." Uncertainty Film Festival. University of Amsterdam Media Makers Club. OT301, Amsterdam.

2021. "Bisexuality in Film." Abington Art Appreciation. The Pennsylvania State University.

2021. "Demystifying Bisexuality: Exploring New Research." Goldsmiths Centre for Queer History and METRO Charity.

2020. "Bisexuality and Film: Beyond the Postitive/Negative Dichotomy." Bi Arts Festival Toronto.

2019. "Doomed: Gregg Araki, Bisexual Cinema, and the Refusal of an Ending." DEEPER INTO MOVIES (Moth Club, London).

2017. "Looking Awry: Representing Bisexual* Desires on Screen." Queer Vision, Bristol; Gaze LGBT Film Festival, Dublin; Scottish Queer International Film Festival, Glasgow; Shropshire Rainbow Festival, Shrewsbury; Iris Prize Festival, Cardiff; Queer Media Festival, Manchester; and the Towner Gallery, Eastbourne.

She Must Be Seeing Things (Sheila McLaughlin, 1987)
Daughters of Darkness (Harry Kümel, 1971)
The Doom Generation (Gregg Araki, 1995)
Autre Fois J'ai Aimé Une Femme (Edward Owens, 1966)
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