For a full list, see Miranda Joseph’s CV
“Envisioning Queer Collectivity, Contesting Racial Capitalism,” QUEERtalks, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, Illinois State University, April 27, 2017
“Beyond the Romance of Community,” Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, University of California, Santa Barbara, April 13, 2017
“Performative Accounting of Debt, Time, and Labor in the Financialized University,” Sociology Colloquium Series, University of Hawaii at Mānoa. April 18, 2017
Plenary Address: “Envisioning Queer Collectivity, Contesting Racial Capitalism.” Biannual Conference of the Swiss Association for North American Studies, University of Bern, Switzerland. November 5, 2016.
Keynote Address: “Debt and Disappointment,” The Ethics of Debt Symposium, Iowa State University. September 25-26, 2015.
“Keywords for Radicals: Responsibility.” Cultural Studies Association conference, Villanova University. June 2, 2016.
Co-Chair/Moderator, “Plenary: On the Role of Cultural Studies in Current Crises.” Cultural Studies Association conference, Villanova University. June 4, 2016.
“Investing in the Cruel Entrepreneurial University.” LGBT Studies Lecture Series: Queer Speculations, Department of Women’s Studies, University of Maryland. April 1, 2015.
“Life and Debt: Accounting for Feminist Interventions into Finance, Gender and Everyday Life” (co-presented with Fiona Allon). Association of American Geographers conference, Chicago, IL. April 22, 2015.
“Accounting for Justice: Beyond Liberal Calculations of Debt and Crime.” Workshop on “Rethinking Money,” University of Sydney, August 11–13, 2014.
“Debt to Society: Accounting for Life Under Capitalism.” Winton Chair Cornerstone Lecture, University of Minnesota. April 24, 2014.
“Accounting for Interdisciplinary: Contesting Value in the Academy.” Winton Chair Cornerstone Workshop, University of Minnesota. April 25, 2014.
What is Neoliberalism? Video made by the Barnard Center for Research on Women, featuring interviews with Lisa Duggan, Miranda Joseph, Sealing Cheng, Elizabeth Bernstein, Dean Spade, Sandra K. Soto, Teresa Gowan, and Ana Amuchástegui. Aug 15, 2013
“Gender, Entrepreneurial Subjectivity, and Pathologies Of Personal Finance.” 11th Annual Graduate Colloquium, Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Rice University. September 16, 2013.
Presenter, “The Will to Institutionality: A Symposium on Queer Studies and The University.” Simpson Center for the Humanities, University of Washington. May 8, 2009.
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