“Jews and Muslims in contemporary French newspapers,” Dynamic Maghribi Jewish-Muslim interactions in performative and collaborative works of art since 1920. Conference. September 16-18. The Carmago Foundation (France).
“No laughing matter? Taste and didacticism in politically-inclined stand-up comedy in contemporary France,” Taste in France, Taste of France. Research Day. May 16, 2019. University of Manchester (UK).
“Shalom alikoum! Challenging the conflictual model of Jewish-Muslim relations in France through stand-up comedy,” Dynamic Maghribi Jewish-Muslim Interaction across the Performing Arts (1920-2020). Conference. December 6, 2018. University of Cambridge (UK).
“Queering Jewish-Muslim Relations: The Case of Two LGBTQ Muslim and Jewish Organisations in France,” British Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference 2018. Conference. July 10, 2018. Durham University (UK).
“Humour, Memory, and Jewish-Muslim Relations in France,” Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies Annual Conference 2019: Postcolonial Realms of Memory in the Francophone World. Conference. November 15-16, 2019. Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London (UK).
“Gender and racialization in newspaper discourse on ‘Jewish-Muslim relations’ in contemporary France (2000-2017),” Lavender Languages & Linguistics 26. Conference. May 4, 2019. University of Gothenburg (Sweden).
“Between ‘Race’ and Religion: Ex-Muslims and the Politics of Apostasy in Singapore,” Disaffiliation, Dis-identification, Disavowal: (Ex-)Muslims and Public Apostasy from Islam in Francophone Culture and Politics. Conference. April 6, 2019. Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London (UK).
“Far-right French Femonationalism and Homonationalism: A Corpus-assisted Critical Discourse Analysis of Marine Le Pen Speeches from 2011-2017,” Lavender Languages & Linguistics 25. Conference. April 20, 2018. Rhode Island College (USA).
“Queer ex-Salafists: A Case Study from France,” Lavender Languages & Linguistics 24. 29 April, 2017. Conference. University of Nottingham (UK).
“The French Extreme Right’s Discursive Forays into Feminism and LGBT-advocacy,” International Gender and Language Association 9. Conference. May 19-21, 2016. City University of Hong Kong.
“Translating or Traducing Images: The Case of Charlie Hebdo,” Translation Theory Today. May 5, 2016. Conference. The Graduate Center, City University of New York (USA).
“The Front National’s “Islam”: The Discursive Construction of “Islamicized” Homophobia and Misogyny in France,” Lavender Languages & Linguistics 23. Conference. February 13, 2016. American University (USA).
“Disrupting The Racial Politics of Radicalization and Terror(ism) through Huysmans’ A rebours,” Reading Terror: Representations and Resistance. Conference. November 30, 2015. The Graduate Center, City University of New York (USA).
“Le coran et la chair and L’armée du salut: Transgression towards a diversification of mainstream Islam through literature,” Lavender Languages & Linguistics 22. Conference. February 13, 2015. American University (USA).