Invited Talks

  • “La performance como táctica disruptiva y transformadora”. (Performance as a disruptive and transformational tactic). CELS. Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • “La performance como método.” (Performance as Method). BP17 Performance Biennial. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • “The Aesthetics of Protest.” Roundtable presentation. Gender and Sexuality Studies Program and Performance Studies. Northwestern University.
  • “Cultural Production, State Violence, and Subjected Positions of Transgressions.” Roundtable presentation. Colloquium for Ethnicity and Diaspora. Block Museum. Northwestern University.
  • “Performance, New Media, and Political Praxis: A Hemispheric Perspective.” Summer Institute on Performance, Technology, and Biopolitics. Center for Global Culture and Communication. Northwestern University.
  • “Embodied Politics: Bodies and New Media in the Americas.” Davidson College. North Carolina. USA.
  • “Constelaciones de performance: Archivos en línea y desafíos de las humanidades digitales.” Primer Encuentro Comisión de Archivos y Patrimonio Audiovisual ASAECA / FADU / UBA. Conservar para Encontrar / Recordar.” Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo. Universidad de Buenos Aires.
  • “Zooming in and Out of Spaces of Conflict: Tactical Media Performance in Transnational Contexts.” New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. Arizona State University, West College.
  • “Learning 2.0: Knowledge in the Digital Era.” Center for Digital Learning and Research. Occidental College, Los Angeles.
  • “America 2.0: Sites of Performance, Embodiment, and Transnational Digital Politics.” Department of Theater Studies. Duke University.
  • “America 2.0: Sites of Performance, Embodiment, and Transnational Digital Politics.” Program in American Culture. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
  • “Digital performance.” Department of Art and Art History. University of Utah.
  • “Performing Claims: from Human Rights to Economic Rights in Post- dictatorship Argentina.” Mount Saint Mary’s College of Los Angeles.
  • “Online & Offline Activism.” Panel presentation with scholar Diana Taylor, and activists Reverend Billy and Ricardo Dominguez. Tuesday Night Forum Series. Department of Performance Studies. New York University.
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