© 2018 by Emma A. Jane

^ↀᴥↀ^   TALKING

presentations and talks - upcoming

 

When: November 7, 2019

Where: UNSW Sydney

What: "The Matrix of Sex and Gender"

Event: Future Imperfect, Unthinkable series

 

When: January 13-14, 2020

Where: Centre for Gender Studies, University of Hildesheim, Germany

What: "Savage burns and salty clapbacks: the complex function and force of feminist internet humour", keynote

Event: "Feminist perspectives on media", University of Hildesheim Centre for Gender Studies annual conference

presentations and talks - previous

 

[84]     Jane, Emma A. (2019). “Stalking, trolling and cyberbullying”, with Ginger Gorman and Rachel Cassidy, Sisters in Crime & Victoria Law Foundation,  Sir Zelman Cowen Centre, Victoria University, Melbourne, 17 May (invited).

 

[83]      Vincent, Nicole A & Jane, Emma A. (2018). “Interrogating Incongruence in Psychiatric Categories for Transgender People”, Department of Philosophy, Victoria University Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 13 September.

[82]      Vincent, Nicole A, Agar, Nicholas, & Jane, Emma A. (2018). “Blockchain and Determinism”, Neuroscience and Society: Ethics, Law, and Technology, Sydney, 24-25 August.

[81]      Vincent, Nicole A &  Emma A. Jane (2018). Interrogating Incongruence in Psychiatric Categories for Transgender People“, Cognition, Culture and Mental Illness conference, Sancta Sophia College, University of Sydney, 10 August.

[80]      Vincent, Nicole A &  Emma A. Jane (2018). “Reducing incongruence or eliminating diversity? On the political ramifications of cross-sex hormone treatment and gender confirmation surgery”, departmental seminar, Department of Philosophy, Australian Catholic University, 10 August.

[79]      Jane, Emma A. & Vincent, Nicole A (2017). “Inaction in Action: Starting with Nothing to Combat Gendered Cyberhate”, Gendered Violence Online – A Scholarly “Slam”, Red Rattler Theatre, Sydney, 7 July. Jane, Emma A. (2017).

[78]      “Gendered Cyberhate As Workplace Harassment And Economic

Vandalism”, ANZCA 2017, participating panel chair, University of Sydney, 6 July.

[77]      Jane, Emma A. “Women Workers Under Siege Online”, ANZCA 2017, University of Sydney, 6 July.

[76]      Vincent, Nicole A & Jane, Emma A. (2017) “Cognitive Enhancement: A Social Experiment with Technology”, Australasian Association of Philosophy, University of Adelaide, July 2-6.

[75]      Jane, Emma A. (2017) “Misogyny Online as Workplace Harassment and Economic Vandalism”, 2017 Cyber Health and Safety Summit, 7 June (invited).

[74]      Jane, Emma A. (2017) “On Cancer, Chronic Illness, and Queering the Medical Industrial Complex”, Lesbian, Bisexual & Queer Women’s Health 2017 Conference, Sydney, 14 July.

[73]      Jane, Emma A. (2017) “What’s Feminism Got to Do with It? In Conversation with the Bad Feminist Roxane Gay”, with Roxane Gay, Sydney Writers Festival, University of New South Wales, Sydney,  24 May (invited).

[72]      Jane, Emma A. (2017) “Gendered Cyberhate as Workplace Harassment and Economic Vandalism”, Workplace Gender Equality Agency, Sydney, 15 February (invited).

[71]      Jane, Emma A. (2016) “Cracking the Digital Media Code and Hacking the Millennials”, Samuel Smith & Son Principal Partners Conference, Yalumba Winery, Barossa Valley, 12 August, keynote.

[70]      Jane, Emma A. (2016) “The New Feminist Frontier”, GOMA Talks, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA). panel with Alanah Pearce, Melinda Rackham, Nicolas Suzor, & Paul Barclay, 21 July (invited).

[69]      Jane, Emma A. (2016). "Ladies Online", Sydney Writers Festival, participating panel chair, with Tara Moss, Rosie Waterland, & Natalie Tran, Sydney, 22 May (invited).

[68]      Jane, Emma A. (2016). “Women We Love to Hate”, All About Women festival, Sydney Opera House, panel with Charlotte Wood, Michelle Arrow, & Ruby Hamad, 6 March (invited).

[67]      Jane, Emma A. (2016). “Queering Cancer and Chronic Illness”, Queer Stories, Kings Cross Library, 2 March (invited).

[66]      Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Internet Historiography”, Researching Digital Cultures: Methods & Ethics Symposium #RDCS15, UNSW, Sydney, 5 November.

[65]      Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Women Online: Virtual Violence, Real Harm”, Damned Whores and God’s Police – 40 Years On, University of Technology, Sydney, panel with Candice Chung, Van Badham, Annalise Hartwig & Jenna Price, 22 September (invited).

[64]      Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Gendered harassment in the online world”, NOWSA conference, panel with Dr Mehreen Faruqi, Paloma Brierley Newton and Ollie Henderson, University of Technology, Sydney, 13 July (invited).

[63]      Jane, Emma A. “Tackling Online Harassment”, panel with Sarah Connor, Lucia Osborne-Crowley, Sara Delpopolo and Dominique Tomarchio, Red Rattler Theatre, 6 October (invited).

[62]      Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Cybersexism: How Did The Internet Become Unsafe for Women?”, Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Sydney Opera House, panel with Clementine Ford, Laurie Penny & Julia Baird, 6 September (invited).

[61]      Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Feminist Digilantism: The ‘Perfect’ Solution to Online Rape Threats?”, GTFO – Empowered Users, Objective Violence and the Governance of Participatory Media, University of Sydney, 4 September.

[60]      Vincent, Nicole A. & Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Outsmarted: Cognitive Enhancement and the Unexpected Consequences of Emerging Technologies”,  Experimenting with New Technologies in Society, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 22 August, keynote.

[59]      Vincent, Nicole A. & Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Outsmarted: Cognitive Enhancement and the Unexpected Consequences of Emerging Technologies”, Enhancing Life Project workshop, Banff Centre, Banff, AB, Canada, 7 August.

[58]      Vincent, Nicole A. & Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Outsmarted: Cognitive Enhancement and the Unexpected Consequences of Emerging Technologies”, Australasian Association of Philosophy Conference, Macquarie University, Sydney, 5-9 July.    

[57]      Vincent, Nicole A. & Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Enhancing the Brain”, St James Ethics Centre, Neuroethics Thought Experiments series, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 18 June (invited).

[56]      Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Gendered Cyberhate: The New Digital Divide?”, Democracy Futures seminar series, Sydney Democracy Network, University of Sydney, 29 April (invited).

[55]      Jane, Emma A. (2015). “The Ethics of Online Dating”, St James Ethics Centre, 17 March (invited).

[54]      Vincent, Nicole A. & Jane, Emma A. (2015). “Should We Fear the ‘New Normal?”, Moral Enhancement: A Critical Assessment panel, APA Central Division Meeting, St. Louis, MO, USA, 21 February.

[53]      Jane, Emma A. (2015). “‘Dude… Stop the Spread, Please’ – Manspreading, Mimetic Antagonism and Feminist Digilantism Online”, Digital Intimate Publics: Identities, Relationships and Value in Social Media Cultures, University of Queensland, 20 November.

[52]      Vincent, Nicole A & Jane, Emma A. (2014). “Should We Fear the ‘New Normal’?”, Cognitive Enhancement Conference, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, 15 August.

[51]      Jane, Emma A. (2014). “Ready, Set, Pitch!” Moving Feedback Forward: Innovation and Opportunity, UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum, 9 May.

[50]      Jane, Emma A. (2013). “A Story About Writing Stories”, UNSW Global Medal Presentation Ceremony, UNSW, keynote, 29 November.

[49]      Jane, Emma A. (2013). “Responding to Cyber Hate”, Australian Human Rights Commission panel, 7 August (invited).

[48]      Jane, Emma A. (2013). “On the Scapegoating of Cheerleaders and Cheerleading”, Australian Girard Seminar, University of Western Sydney, 19 January, keynote.

[47]      Jane, Emma A. (2012). “Anti-Social Media?”, ACU Voice Speaker Series, State Library of New South Wales, 1 November, keynote.

[46]      Jane, Emma A. (2012). “Understanding E-bile”, Interventions: Reflections, Critiques and Practices, Australian Women’s and Gender Studies Association Biennial Conference, University of New South Wales, 19 January.

[45]      Jane, Emma A. (2012). “Flip Skirt Fatales: On Cheerleading, Fetish and Hate”, SAM Seminar Series, #03, UNSW, Sydney, 20 March.

[44]      Jane, Emma A. (2012). “Women Say Something: We Are Family”, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, panel participant, 22 February (invited).

[43]      Tom, Emma (2010). “Australia’s Broadband Future”, Q&A Style Roundtable, QUT, with Senator Kate Lundy, Yiying Lu, Nicholas Gruen, Peter Coroneos, and Terry Cutler, 5 July (invited).

[42]      Tom, Emma (2009). “Journalists and Noble Truth-Seeking?”, the University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communications Summer School, Queensland University of Technology, 7 July (invited).

[41]      Tom, Emma (2008). “Mem Fox in Conversation”, Sydney Writers’ Festival, with Mem Fox (invited).

[40]      Tom, Emma (2008). “Why Manners Matter”, Sydney Writers’ Festival, with Lucinda Holdforth (invited).

[39]      Tom, Emma (2006). “Pissarro 101”, Art After Hours, Art Gallery of New South Wales,  4 January, keynote.

[38]      Tom, Emma (2006). “Treasured Moments”, State Library of New South Wales, panel participant (invited).

[37]      Tom, Emma (2006). “In Conversation”, Melbourne Writers’ Festival, 2 September (invited).

[36]      Tom, Emma (2005). “A Bluffer’s Guide To Art”, Art After Hours, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 5 January, keynote.

[35]      Tom, Emma (20014). “Alternative Pathways in Education”, North Coast Institute Student Achievement Awards, Coffs Harbour, 5 August, keynote.

[34]      Tom, Emma (2004). “Caravaggio – A Rock and Roll Lifestyle”, Art After Hours, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 7 January, keynote.

 [33]     Tom, Emma (2003). “Picasso’s Women”, Art After Hours, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 8 January, keynote.

[32]      Tom, Emma (2003). Mixing the Lit Festival, Macquarie University and the State Library of New South Wales, panel discussion (invited).

[31]      Tom, Emma (2003). “Intimate Journalism”, Sydney Writers’ Muster, panel participant (invited).

[30]      Tom, Emma (2003). “Female Leadership”, Ormond College Students Club, University of Melbourne, 12 September, keynote.

[29]      Tom, Emma (2002). “The Cult of Fiction”, Melbourne Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 23-29 August (invited).

[28]      Tom, Emma (2002). “Dysfunctional Families”, Melbourne Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 23-29 August (invited).

[27]      Tom, Emma (2002). “Big Night Out”, Brisbane Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 5 October (invited).

[26]      Tom, Emma (2002). “Fun & Word Games”, Brisbane Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 4 October (invited).

[25]      Tom, Emma (2002). “Writing Humour”, Brisbane Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 5 October (invited).

[24]      Tom, Emma (2002). “A Question of Fiction & Fact”, Brisbane Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 6 October (invited).

[23]      Tom, Emma (2002). “What Makes a Good Book?”, Somerset Celebration of Literature, Somerset College, Gold Coast (invited).

[22]      Tom, Emma (2002). “The Journalist Writer”, Somerset Celebration of Literature, Somerset College, Gold Coast (invited).

[21]      Tom, Emma (2002). “On Erotic Art”, Lismore Regional Art Gallery, 2 May, keynote.

[20]      Tom, Emma (2002). “That Women Should Be Seen and Not Heard”, New South Wales Equal Opportunity Practitioners’ Association, debate participant, December (invited).

[19]      Tom, Emma (2000). “What’s A Nice Girl Like You Doing Writing About Gross Stuff Like That?”, Adelaide Writers’ Festival, 5-10 March (invited).

[18]      Tom, Emma (2000). “Soapbox”, Adelaide Writers’ Festival, 5-10 March (invited).

[17]      Tom, Emma (2000). “Astounding Texts”, Adelaide Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 5-10 March (invited).

[16]      Tom, Emma (2000). “How Come Everything You Have To Write...”, Caxton Awards Seminar, Barossa Valley, 27 October, keynote.

[15]      Tom, Emma (1999). “Writing the Bizarre”, Singapore Writers’ Festival, 2 September (invited).

[14]      Tom, Emma (1999). “Street Slang, Sitcoms and Supermodels”, Singapore Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 2 September (invited).

[13]      Tom, Emma (1999). Melbourne Writers’ Festival, multiple panel discussions (invited).

[12]      Tom, Emma (1999). Brisbane Writers’ Festival, multiple panel discussions (invited).

[11]      Tom, Emma (1999). “Reverberations”, Brisbane Writers’ Festival, panel participant, 16 October (invited).

[10]      Tom, Emma (1999). “Downright Indecent”, Sydney Writers’ Festival, panel participant 18 May (invited).

[9]        Tom, Emma (1999). Sydney Writers’ Festival, multiple panel discussions (invited).

[8]        Tom, Emma (1999). Hunter Valley Writers’ Festival, multiple panel discussions (invited).

[7]        Tom, Emma (1999). “Women at Work”,  Byron Bay Writers’ Festival, panel participant (invited).

[6]        Tom, Emma (1999). Byron Bay Writers’ Festival, multiple panel discussions (invited).

[5]        Tom, Emma (1998). Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, Jamaica, multiple panel discussions (invited).

[4]        Tom, Emma (1998). “Gut Reactions”, Commonwealth Writers’ Seminar, Malaysia (invited).

[3]        Tom, Emma (1998). Sydney Writers’ Festival, multiple panel discussions (invited).

[2]        Tom, Emma (1998). National Young Writers’ Festival, Newcastle, multiple panel discussions (invited).

[1]        Tom, Emma (1997). Brisbane Writers’ Festival, multiple panel discussions (invited).

* Previously I was known and published as "Emma Tom".