Conferences Presentations

Conferences

2017

2016

  • Women of Color in the Academy: What’s Next?, National Conference, University of Delaware ADVANCE, Newark, Delaware. 
    • “Fostering Institutional Mindfulness in Faculty Recruitment: Developing a STRIDE Team at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
    • “Invitation to Engage: Promising Practices for Preparing Women of Color for the STEM Professoriate.” (A.M. Reed and R.G. Tull)
  • International Society for Language Studies Annual Conference, Normal, Illinois.
    • “U.S. Spanish-Language News Coverage of Violence Against Women: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Passive Voice.” (A.M. Reed and M. Strom)
    • “Challenging Gendered and Racial Inequality in Engineering: A Voice and Topical Analysis of #ilooklikeanengineer as Resistance Discourse.”

2015

  • National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
    • “Hegemonic Masculinity and Precarious Representations of Muslim, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Men in U.S. News Coverage of the 2009 “Honor Killing” of Noor Faleh Almaleki.”
  • International Society for Language Studies Annual Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    • “Headlining an “Honor Killing:” U.S. News Discourse and the Drawing of Community Boundaries in the Murder of Noor Almaleki.”
  • Women in Engineering Proactive Network (WEPAN) Change Leader Forum. Boulder, Colorado.
    • “Think Big! Broadening Horizons for Women in Engineering and Computer Science through Global Scholar Networks.”

2014

  • In the Frame: Public and Political Discourses of Migration Conference, Limerick, Ireland.
    • “They’re in our Front Yard:  Drawing Discursive Boundaries of Difference in the American News’ Coverage of the “Honor Killing” of Noor Faleh Almaleki.” Paper presentation.
  • National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
    • “Rethinking the Nation through a Freshman Course on U.S. Orientalism.” Paper presentation.
  • 8th European Conference on Gender Inequality in Higher Education. Vienna, Austria.
    • Leibnitz, Y. Moses, Y. Huet, S. Howe, M. Levine, and A.M. Reed. “ADVANCing Women Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Faculty: A Showcase of Promising Practices from National Science Foundation Funded Institutions.” Paper presentation.
  • Women in Engineering Proactive Network (WEPAN) Change Leader Forum. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
    • “NSF ADVANCE programs: Leveling the Playing Field for Women Faculty.” Panelist.

2013

  • National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.
    • “Drawing Discursive Boundaries:  American News Coverage of the “Honor Killing” of Noor Faleh Almaleki.” Paper presentation.

2010

  • National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado.
    • “Transnational Feminist Challenges to Rescue Narratives of Pakistan-Muslim Women in FoxNews’ Portrayal of “Honor-Based” Violence in the U.S.” Paper presentation.

2009

  • International Society for Language Studies Annual Conference. Orlando, Florida.
    • “A Pakistani Family Living in the United States: Hierarchy in Everyday Domestic Discourse.” Paper presentation.
  • University of Maryland Baltimore County Graduate Research Conference: Baltimore, Maryland.
    • “Honor In Pakistan: The Violences of Hegemonic Masculinity.” Paper presentation.

2008

  • University of Maryland Baltimore County Graduate Research Conference: Baltimore, Maryland.
    • “A Pakistani Family Living in the US: Hierarchy in Everyday Domestic Discourse.”  Paper presentation.

 

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