Regimes of Temporality: China, Tibet and the Politics of Time in the Post-2008 Era. Lancaster University China Centre and Confucius Institute Lunch Seminar, Lancaster University.
Losing the ‘Spirit of the Homeland’: Cultural Development and the Online Politics of Representation Surrounding Tibetan Modernity in Contemporary China. Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit Seminar Series, University of Cambridge.
Eating the ‘Spirit of the Grasslands’: The Trade and Slaughter of the Tibetan Mastiff. Buddhism, Business and Believers Lecture Series, University of Copenhagen.
Homeland in Decay: Cultural Appropriation and the Case of the Tibetan Mastiff in Contemporary Tibet. Tibetan Graduate Students’ Seminar, University of Oxford
Tibetan Identity Politics in Cyberspace. Modern Tibet Lecture Series, Southwestern University
Panel Presentations, Roundtables and Workshops
On Abortion and Empire in Ireland and China. Abortion and Empire in a Sinophobic Age, London Learning Cooperative.
Digital Identity, Social Media and Your PhD. Techne Congress – An AHRC Doctoral Training Centre Partnership, University of Westminster.
The Politics of Time and Everyday Nationalism in Post-2008 Tibet. Association for the Study of Nationalities, Columbia University. *cancelled due to COVID-19*
Old Photo Sharing and the Politics of Time in Post-2008 Tibet. China from the Margins: New Narratives of the Past and Present, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University. *re-scheduled due to COVID-19*
Re-imag(in)ing Tibet: Online Media and ‘Old Photo’ Sharing among Tibetans in the PRC. Association for Asian Studies, Boston. *cancelled due to COVID-19*
The Power of Representation and Representation of Power: Nation, Ethnicity and Truth in Modern China (co-presented with Anna McNally). Difference Festival, University of Westminster.
Rice Bunnies and the CCP: A Look at China’s #Metoo Movement. Asia Research Institute Roundtable: International Women’s Day 2019 and/in Asia, University of Nottingham.
How and Why the Tibet Museum Needs to Think Digitally (Co-presented with Mx. Velvet Spors, University of Nottingham). Developing a Tibetan Museology in Exile Workshop, University of Manchester.
Where is Ethnicity? Intersectionality in the Chinese Feminist Movement. China Academic Network on Gender Conference, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Gender and Asia in Dialogue. China Academic Network on Gender Conference, Université Libre de Bruxelles.
Imag(in)ing the Past: The Practice of ‘Old Photo’ Sharing Among Tibetan Netizens in Chinese Cyberspace. Himalayan Studies Conference, University of Colorado
Presences and Absences in the Chinese Feminist Movement. Feminism in China: Activist, Artist and Academic Voices, University of Westminster.
Queer Lives in China. Queer Asia Conference, SOAS.
Feminist Activism in China. Jiemei Collective, SOAS.
A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach to Representations of Tibetan Modernity Among Tibetans on Chinese Social Media. Pecha Kucha PhD Showcase, University of Nottingham
Tibetan Constructions of Modernity on Social Media in the PRC. Brown Bag Seminar, University of Nottingham.
Co-organised ‘Racism and Orientalism: An Online Roundtable on Racialised Discourses on COVID-19,’ University of Westminster.
Co-organised and co-hosted ‘Let’s Talk Repeal: Information Session on the Irish Abortion Referendum,’ University of Nottingham.
Co-organised and co-hosted public event ‘Beyond Marriage Equality: A Conversation With LGBTQ+ Activists from Taiwan and Nottingham.’ Taiwan Studies Program, University of Nottingham.
Chaired panel on ‘Margins of Queer Culture.’ Fear of a Queer China: Activism, Culture and Resistance, University of Nottingham.
Co-organised ‘Fear of a Queer China: Activism, Culture and Resistance.’ University of Nottingham.
Co-organised and co-hosted ‘Nasty Chinese Women Can Say No: The Rise of Queer, Feminist Activism in China – a Conversation with Li Maizi.’ Identities, Citizenship, Equalities and Migration Centre (ICEMiC), University of Nottingham
Co-organised ‘Feminist Activism and NGO Work in Contemporary Nepal. In Conversation with Sharmila Thapa.’ Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies (IAPS), University of Nottingham.