“Yuri!! On (Thin) Ice: Convergence and Conflict in Transcultural Media Fandom.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Toronto, Canada. (accepted)
“’First Principles: Hannibal, Affective Economy, and Oppositionality in Fan Studies.” Fan Studies Network Conference, Huddersfield, UK. June 2017. (PowerPoint slides)
“Outrageous Sirk-umstances: Hannibal and the Aesthetics of Excess.” Feasting on Hannibal, Melbourne, Australia. November 2016. (PowerPoint slides)
“The Fan-shufu: Hong Kong Star Fans in/and the Home.” Communicating with Cool Japan ICA Preconference, Tokyo, Japan. June 2016.
“Setting the Stage: The Origins of Modern Foreign ‘Boy Booms’ in Japan.” Fan Studies Network Conference, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. June 2015.
“Sherlock and the British Actor Boom: ‘Regifting’ Female Fandom in Japan.” Console-ing Passions, Dublin, Ireland. June 2015. (PowerPoint slides)
“Rationalized Passions: Sherlock and Nation-Branded Boy Booms in Japan.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Montreal, Canada. March 2015. (PowerPoint slides)
“Transcultural Fandom In/As Contact Zone.” Fan Studies Network Conference, London, UK. September 2014. (PowerPoint slides)
“Video Killed the Martial Arts Star: Distribution Technologies and the Vagaries of Jackie Chan Fandom in Japan.” Cult Cinema and Technological Change Conference, Aberystwyth University, Wales, UK. April 2014. (PowerPoint slides)
“Yukata!Batch Goes Global: Japanese Entertainment Booms in the Age of Social Media.” Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM. February 2014. (PowerPoint slides)
“The Loquacious Geisha: Lotus Blossom and the Hidden Transcript of Teahouse of the August Moon.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Boston, MA. March 2012. (PowerPoint slides)
“The Trans-cult-ural Geographies of Hong Kong Film Fandom in Japan.” Asian Cinema Studies Society Conference, Hong Kong, China. March 2012. (PowerPoint slides)
“Wings of Desire: Hiroko Shinohara and the Making of ‘Fashionable’ Hong Kong Cinema in Japan.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, New Orleans, LA. April 2011.
“I Heard the News Today: Digital Fandom and the Making of Trans/Cultural Geographies.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Philadelphia, PA. March 2008.
“Your Place or Mine? Transnational Okkake and Global Media Fandom.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Vancouver, Canada. March 2006.
“Hong Kong Cinema and its Japanese Female Fans – A Comparative Study of Film Spectatorship Practices.” Assoc. for Asian Studies Conference, San Diego, CA. March 2004.
“Seeing Stars: Japanese Women Watching Leslie Cheung.” Asian Studies Conference, Japan, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. June 2002.
“Intersections: Japanese Media Fan Cultures Through a Fan Studies Lens,” Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Toronto, Canada. (accepted)
“Through a Magnifying Lens: Sherlock Fandom in Global Context,” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Montreal, Canada. March 2015.
“Fan Studies’ (Transcultural) Futures,” Fan Studies Network Conference, London, UK. September 2014.
Roundtable Participant. “Decolonising Fan Studies.” Popular Culture Association/
American Culture Association National Conference, San Diego, CA. April 2017.
Respondent. “Chinese Queer Fan Cultures in the Twenty-First Century: Queering Heterosexuality, Geopolitics, and Transcultural Imaginations.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Chicago, IL. March 2017.
“Towards a Transnational Fan Studies” Workshop. Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Atlanta, GA. March 2016.
“Every Love is Unique: Fans, Producers, and Romance in Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal.” Roundtable presenter. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference, Seattle, WA. March 2016.
Discussant. “Women in East Asian Film.” Association for Asian Studies Conference, Honolulu, HI. April 2011.
“Pleasure and Politics” Roundtable, Scholar Fan Salon: The Transformative Civics of Fandom. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. February 2018. [scheduled]
“Transcultural Fandom.” Fanfiction: Transformative Works from Shakespeare to Sherlock. Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. March 2015.
“Honkon poppu karuchā to Nihon fuan komyunitei [Hong Kong Pop Culture and the Japanese Fan Community].” Ajia Rikai Kōza [Understanding Asia Lecture Series], Japan Foundation Asia Center, Tokyo, Japan. May 2003.