PUBLIC SPEAKING

"Framing Multiculturalism: Beyond Bollywood". Presented for the panel 'Representing Multiculturalism"at the Media: Policies, Cultures and Futures in the Asia Pacific Region, Curtin University of Technology, Australia, November 28, 2006 (LATEST)

"Encoding and Decoding Race: Mapping the Transnational Landscape of Canadian Media and Communication" spoken at the 8th Annual Conference Making Culture Messy: Problematizing Culture and Cultural Discourses in the New Imperialism in the Department of Sociology and Equity Studies in Education (SESE), University of Toronto, Canada, March 4, 2006.

"Technological Media and Digital Culture of Cyberspace" spoken at the Institute of Asian Studies, Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Department of Culture, Government of India. Inaugurated the historic re-opening of Maulana Azad's residence where the Quit India Movement of 1942 was first drafted. India, June 22, 2005

"The Knowledge of Multiculturalism and Technological Media in Canada" in Digital Storytelling spoken for the Centre for Media and Culture in Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada, January 14, 2005

"Postfeminist Role Models in Cyberspace" lectured for VCC 306 Gender and Visual Representation, Department of Communication, Culture, and Information Technology, University of Toronto, Canada, March 29, 2004

"Virtual Reality of Sociological Theory: Re-thinking the Real in Postmodern Culture of Cybernetics" spoken for the panel 'Mediations / Meditations - Tracing the "Virtual" and "Real" in Social Theory' at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association (CSSA), Toronto, May 30, 2002

"Vision and Imagination of Virtual Gender: Politics in Cyberfeminism" spoken for the panel 'Virtual Gender' at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association (CSAA), University of Toronto & Ryerson University, Toronto, May 29, 2002

"Third Space of Post - Feminism: A Reflection of Feminist Theory in Cybersociology" spoken at the 4th Annual Graduate Sociology Conference Sociological Reflexions, Toronto, March 15, 2002

"Decoupled Body and Subject of Post-Femininity: The Prosthetic Consciousness of Cybernetic Organism in the Virtual Culture of Cyberspace" spoken for the panel 'New Methods and New Technology' at the Graduate Sociology Conference Bridging Divides, University of Toronto, Toronto, May 18, 2001

"Femme Fatale in the Male Mask? (En)gendering the Virtual Body in the Cyber-Loom" spoken for the panel 'Computer Technologies: Technologies of Gender'at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association (CSAA), Laval University, Quebec City, May 30, 2001

"Tracing the 19th Century Colonial Fe-Male in E-Space: The Re-Conceptualization of (His)tory in the New Frontiers of Virtual Reality" spoken for the panel 'Theorizing the Past and the Past of Theorizing' at the 5th Annual Graduate History Conference New Frontiers in Graduate History, York University, Toronto, March 16, 2001

"Cyberfeminism with a 'Masculus Velum? Gender Relations in Cybernetic Culture and Virtual Society" spoken at the Graduate Sociology Conference Gender Research Symposium, Hamilton, February 5, 2001

"Blurring Boundaries: The Cultural Geography of Virtual Communities and the Reconstruction of Bodies" spoken for the panel 'Making Uncommon Communities' at the 2nd Annual Graduate Sociology Conference Things Fall Apart? Toronto, March 12, 2000





 

 

 

 

 


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