2016        “Conch Shells, Sacred Pipes, and Facebook: The Role Media Ambivalence and Affect in Shaping Contemporary Native American Spiritualties.” Conference of the 
                International Society for Media, Religion and Culture Conference (ISMRC). Seoul, Korea. August 1-4.

2016         “Becoming “Real” Men: Masculinization and Digital Immediacy in Recruiting IS-Fighters on German Social Media” Conference of the International Society for Media, Religion
                 and Culture Conference (ISMRC)Seoul, Korea Conference. August 1-4.

2015        “On Affect, Material Culture, and Blogs: Creating New Online Salafist Movements in the Digital Age.” Panelist on the panel The Materiality of Affect and the Affectivity of the
                 Material in Global Mobility and Circulation. Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association (AAA), Denver, CO. November 20.    

2015        “Affect and Materiality in Online Salafist Movements.” Material Religion: Embodiment, Materiality, Technology. An Interdisciplinary Conference. Duke University, Durham, 
                  NC. September 11.

2014        “Shifting Authority: Continuation and Legitimation of New ‘Modern Salafism’ Identities on Blogs." 2014 International Society for Media, Religion and Culture 
                 Conference (ISMRC). University of Kent, UK. August 5.  

2014        “Remediating Islamic Authority Online: German Salafists in the Digital Third Space.” Panel presentation at the Media and Religion: Betwixt and Between pre-conference  at 
                 the ICA’s 64th International Conference, Seattle 2014: “Communication and ‘the Good Life'." May 22.  

2014        “Muslim Superheroes, Cyber-Jihadism, and Imams 2.0: The Remediation of  “Modern Salafism” on SLF Magazine.” Media and Religion: The Global View. University of 
                 Colorado Boulder. January 9-12.

2013        “Diversity and Shifting Landscapes of Religious Identity: Examining Religious Discourse at CU-Boulder and Beyond” Panelist at the 2013 Diversity and Inclusion Summit
                 Building the Road Map. University of Colorado Boulder. November 13-14.  

2013        “Rebranding Salafism through YouTube: An analytical challenge.” Panelist on the Third Spaces, Religion and Spirituality in the Digital Age Panel. The 14th Annual 
                 Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, entitled Internet Research 14.0: Resistance and Appropriation. Denver, Colorado.October 24-27. 

2013        “Creating a Local Islam: Piety, Locality, and Unity in the Discourse of Muslim Women in Colorado.” Religion in the Rocky Mountains & Great Plains ConferenceJune 22. 

2013        “Apocalyptic Time, Fundamentalist Rhetoric, and Modernity in Post Arab Spring Salafist Discourse.” Regional Meeting of the American Academy of Religion (AAR), Denver
                 Seminary, Colorado. April 5-6.

2010        “Historicity in Narratives of Female Muslim Students in Colorado.” Presenter and co-organizer of the Language Genres and Contemporary Religion panel. Annual Meeting 
                  of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), New Orleans. November 17-20. 

2010        “The Conflicting Constructions of Historicity in the Narratives of  Female Muslim Youths in Colorado.” Language, Culture and History Conference, University of Wyoming, 
                 Laramie. July 1-3.

2010        “Internet Media Time in Shaping a Post-9/11 Islamic Youth Identity.” International Conference on Islam and the Media, University of Colorado Boulder. January 7-10. 

2010        “Understanding Muslim Communities in the Rocky Mountain Region.” International Conference on Islam and the Media, University of Colorado Boulder. January 7-10. 

2009        “Religious and Modern Spaces in the Discourse of Muslim Women in Colorado.” 2nd Culture, Language, and Social Practice Conference. University of Colorado Boulder. 
                 October 2-4. 

2008        “Gender and religion in the discourse of Muslim women converts in Colorado.” SALSA XVI: 2008. Texas Linguistic Forum. University of Texas at Austin. April 11-18.