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Specializations

  • Digital Archives
  • Gender and Technology

Biography

Marika Cifor is Assistant Professor in the Information School at the University of Washington. She is a feminist scholar working at the intersections of archival studies and digital studies. Her research investigates how through archives, records, and data produced within digital cultures, individuals and communities marginalized by sexuality, race, class, gender, and HIV-status enact and give substance to their identities, collective memories, and social movements.

Currently, Marika is working on a book and digital humanities project, Viral Cultures: Activist Archives at the End of AIDS (University of Minnesota Press, under contract), that examines the critical potential of the emotions and memories that are recorded and produced by archives documenting HIV/AIDS activism during the 1980s and 1990s. This project also investigates the activation of these records on contemporary digital platforms by artists, archivists, and activists. As part of the interdisciplinary Border Quants: Feminist Approaches to Data, Bodies and Technologies Across Borders research team she is working to develop feminist data studies. At the iSchool Marika holds affiliations with the DataLab and the Technology and Social Change (TASCHA) group.

Education

  • Ph D, Information Studies, 2017
  • MS, Library and Information Science, 2012
  • MA, History, Simmons College, 2012
  • BA, Political, Legal and Economic Analysis and History, Mills College, 2007

Awards

  • Feminist Research Seminar on the Theme of Feminist Data - Institute for Research on Women and Gender, University of Michigan, 2018
  • Ernst Posner Award - Society of American Archivists, 2017
  • Conference Travel Grant - Litwin Books, 2016
  • Graduate Research Mentorship Award - University of California, Los Angeles, 2016
  • Honorable Mention for the Susan Garfinkel Prize in Digital Humanities - American Studies Association, 2016
  • National Science Foundation Travel Grant Award - Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) Conference, 2016
  • Runner-Up Award for Most Interesting Preliminary Results Paper - iConference, 2016
  • Archival Education and Research Institute Scholarship - University of Maryland, College Park, 2015
  • Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship - Social Science Research Council, 2015
  • Graduate Summer Research Mentorship Award - University of California, Los Angeles, 2015
  • Archival Education and Research Institute Scholarship - University of Pittsburgh, 2014
  • Graduate Summer Research Mentorship - University of California, Los Angeles, 2014
  • LGBT Studies Conference Travel Grant - University of California, Los Angeles, 2014
  • Initiated to Membership - Beta Phi Mu: Library and Information Science Honor Society, 2012
  • Mary Lily Research Grant - Sallie Bingham Center for Women’s History and Culture, 2012
  • Book Award - Beta Beta Chapter of Beta Phi Mu, Simmons College, 2011
  • Office of Sponsored Programs’ Travel Award - Simmons College, 2011
  • Office of Sponsored Programs’ Travel Award - Simmons College, 2010
  • Initiated to Membership - Phi Alpha Theta: History Honor Society, 2006

Memberships

  • American Studies Association
  • Association for Library and Information Science Education
  • Fembot Collective
  • FemTechNet
  • National Women’s Studies Association
  • Society for Cinema and Media Studies
  • Society for the Social Studies of Science
  • Society of American Archivists

Publications and Contributions

  • Conference Paper
    Inscribing Gender: A Duoethnographic Examination of Gendered Values in Fitness Tracker Design (2019)
    Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Volume 52 Authors: Marika Cifor, P. Garcia
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Early African American Film Database: Reconstructing the History of Silent Race Films, 1909-1930 (2018)
    The Journal of Open Humanities Data Authors: Marika Cifor, H. Girma, W. Lam, S. Norman, Miriam Posner
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Generative Tensions: Building a Digital Project on Early African American Race Film (2018)
    American Quarterly, Volume 70, Issue 3, Page 709-713 Authors: Miriam Posner, Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Imagining Transformative Spaces: The Personal-Political Sites of Community Archives (2018)
    Archival Science, Volume 18, Issue 1, Page 73-93 Authors: M. Caswell, J. Gabiola, J. Zavala, G. Brilmyer, Marika Cifor
  • Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
    Stains and Remains: Liveliness, Materiality and the Archival Lives of Queer Bodies (2018)
    Archives and New Modes of Feminist Research Author: Marika Cifor
  • Book Review
    The Economization of Life, by Michelle Murphy (2018)
    Information and Culture, Volume 53, Issue 3-4, Page 374-376 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    ‘What We Do Crosses Over to Activism’: The Politics and Practice of Community Archives (2018)
    The Public Historian, Volume 40, Issue 2, Page 69-95 Authors: Marika Cifor, M. Caswell, A. A. Migoni, N. Geraci
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Critical Feminism in the Archives (2017)
    Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies, Volume 1, Issue 2 Authors: Marika Cifor, S. Wood
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Stains and Remains: Liveliness, Materiality and the Archival Lives of Queer Bodies (2017)
    Australian Feminist Studies, Volume 91-92, Page 5-21 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Web Gallery Introduction
    Towards an AIDS Archive (2017)
    Visual AIDS Web Gallery Author: Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Towards an Archival Critique: Opening Possibilities for Addressing Neoliberalism in the Archival Field (2017)
    Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1 Authors: Marika Cifor, J. A. Lee
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Tracing a Community of Practice: A Database of Early African-American Race Film (2017)
    The Moving Image, Volume 17, Issue 2, Page 101-105 Authors: Marika Cifor, H. Girma, W. Lam, S. Norman, Miriam Posner
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    ‘A Process Where We’re All at the Table’: Community Archives Challenging Dominant Modes of Archival Practice (2017)
    Archives and Manuscripts, Volume 45, Issue 3, Page 202-215 Authors: J. Zavala, M. Caswell, A. A. Migoni, N. Geraci, Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Acting Up, Talking Back: TITA, TIARA, and the Value of Gossip (2016)
    InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, Volume 12, Issue 1 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Affect and the Archive, Archives and their Affects: An Introduction to the Special Issue (2016)
    Archival Science, Volume 16, Issue 1, Page 1-6 Authors: Marika Cifor, A. J. Gilliland
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Affecting Relations: Introducing Affect Studies to Archival Discourse (2016)
    Archival Science, Volume 16, Issue 1, Page 7-31 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Aligning Bodies: Collecting, Arranging, and Describing Hatred for a Critical Queer Archives (2016)
    Library Trends, Volume 64, Issue 4, Page 756-775 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Conference Paper
    Developing an Undergraduate Information Studies Curriculum in Support of Social Justice (2016)
    iConference 2016 Proceedings Authors: Marika Cifor, R. D. Montoya, M. H. Ramirez
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    From Human Rights to Feminist Ethics: Radical Empathy in the Archives (2016)
    Archivaria, Volume 81, Page 23-83 Authors: M. Caswell, Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Introduction to Special Issue on Gender in Education and Information Studies: Interrogating Knowledge Production, Social Structures and Equitable Access (2016)
    InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, Volume 12, Issue 1 Authors: S. Wood, Marika Cifor, L. Illano
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Introduction to Spring 2016 Issue (2016)
    InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, Volume 12, Issue 2 Authors: S. Wood, Marika Cifor, L. Illano
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    ‘To Be Able to Imagine Otherwise’: A Framework for Understanding the Impact of Community Archives (2016)
    Archives and Records, Volume 38, Issue 1, Page 5-26 Authors: M. Caswell, A. A. Migoni, Marika Cifor, N. Geraci
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    ‘To Suddenly Discover Yourself Existing’: Uncovering the Affective Impact of Community Archives (2016)
    The American Archivist, Volume 79, Issue 1, Page 56-81 Authors: M. Caswell, Marika Cifor, M. H. Ramirez
  • Book, Chapter in Non-Scholarly Book-Revised
    Ephemeral Material: Queering the Archive, by Alana Kumbier (2015)
    Archival Issues Author: Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Presence, Absence, and Victoria’s Hair: Affect and Embodiment in Trans Archives (2015)
    TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, Volume 2, Issue 4, Page 645-649 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Book Review
    Feminist and Queer Information Studies Reader, edited by Patrick Keilty and Rebecca Dean (2014)
    InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, Volume 10, Issue 2 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
    Home and Oral Histories (2014)
    June L. Mazer Archives: Making Invisible Histories Visible: A Resource Guide to the Collections, Page 61-63 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    Mobilizing Records: Re-Framing Archival Description to Support Human Rights (2014)
    Archival Science, Volume 14, Page 397-414 Authors: S. Wood, K. Carbone, Marika Cifor, A. J. Gilliland, R. Punzalan
  • Book Review
    Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives Users, edited by Ellen Greenblatt (2013)
    Archival Issues, Volume 35, Issue 1, Page 55-56 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Conference Paper
    Editorial Statement (2012)
    Gender, Sexuality and Urban Spaces Working Papers Collection, Graduate Consortium of Women’s Studies Authors: Marika Cifor, J. Deshayes, A. Peaker, F. Sattar, S. Struble, V. Vega
  • Book Review
    Narrating from the Archive, by Marco Codebò (2011)
    The American Archivist, Volume 74, Issue 2, Page 702-705 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Book Review
    The Ethical Archivist, by Elena S. Danielson (2011)
    NEA Newsletter, Volume 38, Issue 4, Page 26 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Digital Project
    ACT UP Los Angeles History Capsule
    Authors: Marika Cifor, W. Corrigan, S. Montoya, B. S. Paris
  • Digital Project
    Early African American Film: Reconstructing the History of Silent Race Films, 1909-1930
    Authors: M. Berry, Marika Cifor, K. Contreras, H. Girma, W. Lam, S. Norman, Miriam Posner, A. J. Yoshika
  • Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
    Neither A Beginning Nor An End: Applying An Ethics of Care to Digitizing Archival Collections
    DigitalGLAM: New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums Authors: M. Caswell, Marika Cifor
  • Journal Article, Professional Journal
    Status=Undetectable: Curating for the Present and Future of AIDS
    OnCurating, Volume 36 Author: Marika Cifor
  • Digital Project

Presentations

  • #AIDSMemorial: Memory Resistance and the Disruptive Animacy of AIDS Archiving on Instagram (2019)
    Gender, Bodies and Technology Conference - Roanoke, Virginia
  • #WhatIsRememberedLives: The Affective Politics of Archiving AIDS on Instagram (2019)
    Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference - Seattle, Washington
  • Digital Archives and the Representation of Difficult Knowledge (2019)
    Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Conference - Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Duoethnography: A Feminist Methodology for Examining Socio-Technical Systems (2019)
    ACM CHI 2019 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Glasgow, Scotland
  • Inscribing Gender: A Duoethnographic Examination of Gendered Values in Fitness Tracker Design (2019)
    Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) 52 - Maui, Hawaii
  • Retro/Viral: Memory, (Dis)Identification, and the Economy of Archival Records on Tumblr (2019)
    Memory Studies Association Conference - Madrid, Spain
  • Viral as Metaphor: HIV/AIDS and Digital Technology and Culture (2019)
    Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) Conference - Vancouver, British Columbia
  • ‘Your Nostalgia is Killing Me!’ ACT UP Nostalgia, Historical Narratives and their Meaning in the Present (2018)
    Five College Women’s Studies Research Center - South Hadley, Massachusetts
  • An Archival Orientation to Managing Projects in the Digital Humanities (2018)
    Information Services for Culturally Diverse Communities, School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Archival Temporalities on Display: Undetectability, Outreach, and Programming in AIDS Archives (2018)
    Temporal Belongings International Conference - Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Community Archives and Archiving (2018)
    History in the Archives, History Department, Bowdoin College - Brunswick, Maine
  • Feminist and Critical Theories in Information Studies Research (2018)
    Introduction to Doctoral Research in Information Science, Department of Information and Library Science, Indiana University - Bloomington, Indiana
  • Feminist Ethics for Digital Heritage: Applying a Feminist Ethics of Care to Digital Archives and Archiving to Redress Structural Inequities (2018)
    DigitalHeritage 2018 - San Francisco, California
  • Gender, Sexuality, and the Politics of Archival Representation (2018)
    Representation and Organization, Department of Information and Library Science, Indiana University - Bloomington, Indiana
  • HIV/AIDS Activism Then and Now: “In the Era of Silence=Death” (2018)
    Bates College - Lewiston, Maine
  • Making HIV Visible: Representation, Embodiment and Stigma on Dating Apps (2018)
    Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference - Toronto, Canada
  • The Classification of Sexuality at the Kinsey Institute for Sex Research (2018)
    ASIS&T Special Interest Group/Classification Research Workshop - Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Viral Surveillance: HIV Status Disclosure, New Media, and the Criminalization of Difference (2018)
    Biennial Surveillance Studies Network Conference - Aarhus, Denmark
  • Viral Transmission: Affect, Disidentification and the Curation of AIDS Activist Archives on Tumblr (2018)
    Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) - Sydney, Australia
  • Viral Visions: Affect, Identification and the Curation of Archival Images on Tumblr (2018)
    American Studies Association Annual Meeting - Atlanta, Georgia
  • ‘Your Nostalgia is Killing Me’: Activism, Affect and the Archives of HIV/AIDS (2017)
    Jean Tague-Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Poster Competition, Association for Library and Information Science Education - Atlanta, Georgia
  • Archives, New Media, and Activism: Advancing and Diversifying Feminist Digital Humanities Instruction and Scholarship (2017)
    Stony Brook University - Stony Brook, New York
  • Embodying Data: Duoethnography as a Feminist Methodology for Studying Wearables (2017)
    Imagining Intersectional Futures: Feminist Approaches in CSCW Workshop, ACM Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Work - Portland, Oregon
  • Fitness Trackers Through a Feminist Lens (2017)
    Introduction to Digital and Computational Studies, Digital and Computational Studies Program, Bowdoin College - Brunswick, Maine
  • Information Studies, Archives, and Feminist Praxis (2017)
    Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program, Bowdoin College - Brunswick, Maine
  • Revealing and Building a Community of Practice: A Database of Early African- American Race Film (2017)
    Documenting Cinema: Film Librarianship in the 21st Century - Los Angeles, California
  • Stains and Remains: Liveliness, Materiality and the Archival Lives of Queer Bodies (2017)
    Archival Education and Research Institute, University of Toronto - Toronto, Canada
  • Surveillance Countermeasures: Biopolitical Governance, Flawed Policing Reform and Resistance (2017)
    2017 International Communications Association Pre-Conference on Media Justice: Race, Borders, Disability and Data - San Diego, California
  • The Biopolitics of Self-Quantification: Duoethnography and the Study of Wearable Devices (2017)
    Society for the Social Studies of Science - Boston, Massachusetts
  • Throughlines: Exposing Activism and Social Justice Issues in Los Angeles Transportation History (2017)
    Digital Humanities 2017 - Montreal, Canada
  • Trans Archives and Archiving Practices (2017)
    Trans Studies in the Politics of Visibility, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department, Bates College - Lewiston, Maine
  • Uncovering and Building a Community of Practice (2017)
    Looking Backwards and Moving Onwards: Excavating Feminist Media Histories Symposium, University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Undetectability: HIV/AIDS Activism, Biomedical Development and Archival Consequences (2017)
    American Studies Association Annual Meeting - Chicago, Illinois
  • Undetectable: Representation, Temporality, and AIDS Archives (2017)
    Northeast Popular Culture Association Conference - Amherst, Massachusetts
  • ‘A Hypochondria of the Heart’: Nostalgia, Activism, and the Archives of HIV/AIDS Activism (2016)
    American Studies Association Annual Conference - Denver
  • Affect, Queer Theory and HIV/AIDS Archives (2016)
    Emerging Queer Archives Scholarship Panel, Library and Archives OUTreach, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Archival Description for Human Rights and Social Justice (2016)
    Understanding Records and Archives: Principles and Practices, School of Information, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Archival Education for Social Justice: Changing the Conversation about Undergraduates and LIS (2016)
    Association for Library and Information Science Education - Boston, Massachusetts
  • Archives and Neoliberalism (2016)
    Archives and Social Justice, Information Studies Department, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Archives, Action, AIDS: Archival Collaborations with Visual AIDS (2016)
    Rare Books and Manuscripts Section Conference, Association of College and Research Libraries - Miami, Florida
  • Archiving Bodies: The Collection and Retention of Biometric Data and Refugee Identity (2016)
    National Women’s Studies Association Conference - Montreal, Canada
  • Blood, Sweat, and Hair: The Archival Potential of Queer and Trans Bodies (2016)
    Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies Colloquium, Simon Fraser University, - Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Community, Memory and Collaboration in AIDS Archives (2016)
    Society of California Archivists Annual Meeting - Santa Rosa, California
  • Critical Feminism in the Archives (2016)
    Archival Education and Research Institute, Kent State University - Kent, Ohio
  • Developing an Undergraduate Information Studies Curriculum in Support of Social Justice (2016)
    iConference 2016 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Nostalgia and Artists’ Reuse of HIV/AIDS Activist Records (2016)
    Emerging Research in Information Studies Panel, Los Angeles Archivists Collective - Los Angeles, California
  • Quantified Sex: Queer Archival Practices of Sexuality and Self (2016)
    Queer Circuits in Archival Times: Experimentation and Critique of Networked Data, CUNY Graduate Center - New York, New York
  • Quantifying Sex: Technology, Capital, and Self in Live Cam Performances (2016)
    Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Meeting - Barcelona, Spain
  • Teaching Information Literacy: Towards a Critical Pedagogical Practice in Information Studies (2016)
    Critical Librarianship and Pedagogy Symposium, The University of Arizona - Tucson, Arizona
  • The Critical Potential of Nostalgia (2016)
    Archival Education and Research Institute, Kent State University - Kent, Ohio
  • ‘We Care! Do You?’: ACT UP Records, Feminist Ethics, and Radical Care (2015)
    Archival Education and Research Institute, University of Maryland, College Park - College Park, Maryland
  • Archives, Feelings, Power (2015)
    Information and Power, Information Studies Department, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Critical Digital Literacy for Social Justice (2015)
    Biased Data: A Panel Discussion on Intersectionality and Internet Ethics, Collaboration for Liberation in Technology Lab, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles
  • Digital Archives (2015)
    The Internet and Society, Information Studies Department, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Educating for Social Justice: Developing an Undergraduate Archival Studies Curriculum (2015)
    International Council on Archives Section on Archival Education and Training Conference, University of Maryland, College Park - College Park, Maryland
  • Interview Methods for Information Studies Research (2015)
    Social Science Research Methodology, Information Studies Department, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Networks, Globalization, Activism, Slactivism (2015)
    Introduction to Information Studies, Information Studies Department, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Presence, Absence, and Victoria’s Hair: Examining Affect, Containment, and Embodiment in Trans Archives (2015)
    National Women’s Studies Association - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Teaching Archival Literacy: The Challenges and Opportunities of Developing an Undergraduate Archival Studies Curriculum (2015)
    Society of American Archivists Research Forum - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Affect, Archives & Records (2014)
    Information Structures, Information Studies Department, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Aligning Bodies: Hatred as an Organizing Principle in LGBTQ Archives (2014)
    Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies Colloquium - Toronto, Canada
  • Harvey Milk’s Ponytail: The Affect of Intimacy in the Queer Archives (2014)
    Affect and the Archive Symposium, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Human Rights and Social Justice (2014)
    Grand Challenges Plenary Session, Archival Education and Research Institute, University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Identifying Research Contributions of Archival Studies and Recordkeeping to Societal Grand Challenges: A Report from the AERI Grand Challenges Working Group (2014)
    Society of American Archivists Research Forum - Washington, D.C.
  • Love in the Archives: Examining Affective Labors in LGBTQ Archives (2014)
    National Women’s Studies Association Conference - San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Oral History from the Inside: Documenting Activists from the June Mazer Lesbian Archives (2014)
    Southwest Regional Oral History Association Conference - Tempe, Arizona
  • Queer Things: Lesbian Pulp Novels and the Archives (2014)
    Why Things Matter Conference, California State University - Fullerton, California
  • That Other Hunger: Queering Lesbian Pulp Novels, Archives, and the Archival Record (2014)
    Queer Practices, Places and Lives Symposium, The Ohio State University - Columbus, Ohio
  • Visceral Forces: Introducing Affect Studies to Archival Discourse (2014)
    Archival Education and Research Institute, University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Unnatural Intimacies: Deviance, Sexuality and the Historical Relationships of Lesbians and Prostitutes, 1935-1969 (2012)
    Queer Practices, Places and Lives Symposium, The Ohio State University - Columbus, Ohio
  • Unnatural Intimacies: Deviance, Sexuality and the Historical Relationships of Lesbians and Prostitutes, 1935-1969 (2012)
    Gendered Borders and Queer Frontiers Conference, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Wisconsin
  • Documenting Sex(ualities) in the Archival Literature (2011)
    New England Archivists Spring Meeting - Providence, Rhode Island
  • Documenting Sex(ualities) in the Archival Literature (2011)
    Archives, Libraries, Museums and Special Collections, International GLBT Conference, University of California, Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California
  • Intimate Relations: An Examination of the Historical Relationship of Lesbians and Prostitutes in the United States, 1935-1965 (2011)
    Gender, Sexuality and Urban Spaces Conference, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Intimate Relations: An Examination of the Historical Relationship of Lesbians and Prostitutes in the United States, 1935-1965 (2011)
    Women's and Gender History Symposium, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign - Urbana-Champaign, Illinois
  • The Body as Archive: Sexology, Science and the Historical Relationship of Lesbians and Prostitutes in the United States, 1869-1920 (2011)
    New England Historical Association - Boston, Massachusetts
  • Unnatural Intimacies: Deviance, Sexuality and the Historical Relationships of Lesbians and Prostitutes, 1935-1965 (2011)
    Sallie Bingham Center for Women’s History and Culture, Duke University - Durham, North Carolina
  • Continuity and Rupture: Abortion in Germany and the United States, 1918-1945 (2010)
    University of Maine/University of New Brunswick International Graduate Student Conference - Orono, Maine