“The WNBA, Whiteness, and the Inequalities of Women’s Sport,” presented at the North American Society for Sport History Conference at the Riverside Hotel, Boise, ID (May 26, 2019).
“To ‘Look Smart’ and Run Fast: Jamaican Track Athletes and the Navigation of Competing Loyalties at the 1948 Olympic Games,” presented at the American Historical Association Annual Meeting at the Hilton Chicago, Chicago, IL (January 3, 2018).
“All That Is Gold Doesn’t Glitter: The 1952 U.S. Women’s Gold Medal Relay Victory and the Uncertainties of Female Athleticism” presented at the 2018 Organization for American Historians Annual Meeting at the Sacramento Convention Center, Sacramento, CA (April 14, 2018).
“With Regard for ‘Race, Creed, or Color’ and Gender: The Citizenship Effects of Black American and Jamaican Women’s Athleticism at the 1948 Olympic Games,” presented at the 2018 Center for Sociocultural Sport and Olympic Research Annual Conference at California State University-Fullerton, Fullerton, CA (March 10, 2018)
“The Rise and Decline of Jamaican Women’s Track and Field, 1946-1956,” presented at the 2017 North American Society for Sport History Conference at California State University-Fullerton, Fullerton, CA (May 28, 2017).
“Willye White’s Flight to Freedom” presented at the 2016 North American Society for the Sociology of Sport at the Hilton Tampa Downtown, Tampa, FL (November 4, 2016).
“Between the Boundaries: The Athletic Citizenship Quest of Carlota Gooden” presented at the 2016 North American Society for Sport History Conference at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA (May 30, 2016).
“‘Olympic Quintessence’: Wilma Rudolph and Female Athletic Iconicity” presented at the 2015 North American Society for Sport History Conference at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL (May 23, 2015).
“’The Most Marketable Commodity Ever to Play Women’s Basketball’: Cheryl Miller and Women’s Basketball’s Commodification Project” presented at the North Carolina State University’s Graduate Student History Conference, Raleigh, NC (March 28, 2015).