M.A., Theatre Thesis (2018): “Growing Tribes: Reality Theatre and Columbus’ Gay and Lesbian Community"
M.A., Teaching Thesis (2016): “Let Me Queer This Up for You: LGBTQ-Inclusive Curricula and Pedagogy"
2019- "Cripped Visuality: Shifting Visual Culture of Disability in One-Woman Shows"
Published in the Texas Theatre Journal, Vol. 16
2019- "Writing Ourselves into Existence: Trans-Queer Visibility in Binary Spaces"
Paper Presentation, Association of Theatre in Higher Education Conference
2019- “Queer and We Were Here: Combatting Metronormativity in Gay and Lesbian Theatre History.”
Paper Presentation, Mid-America Theatre Conference Theatre History Symposium
2018- “Community Building and Queer Comedy.”
Invited Talk, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
2018- “Finding Columbus’ Gay Tribe: Reality Theatre and Community Engaged Performance”
Invited Panelist, Indiana University-Ohio State University Folklore Student Conference
2017- “Making Spectacles of Ourselves: Personal Narrative and Theatre for Social Change.”
Paper Presentation, American Theatre in Higher Education Conference
2017- “Give Them Another Narrative: LGBTQ-Supportive Theatre Pedagogy.”
Paper Presentation, Mid-America Theatre Conference Pedagogy Symposium
2015-“Women’s Theatre Group: Disrupting the Patriarchy Since 1973”
Paper Presentation, Southeastern Theatre Conference Convention Young Scholars Panel