‘Book History and Early Modern Literary Criticism in Italy’ (One-day graduate workshop, Director, The Newberry Library, Chicago, March 2017).
‘Newberry Library History of the Book Symposium: Contexts of Early Modern Literary Criticism in Italy and Beyond’ (Two-day conference, Organiser, The Newberry Library, Chicago, March 2017).
‘Poetics of the Sacred in Renaissance Italy’ (Two-panel series, Panel Organizer, Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, May 2016).
‘Christian Epic in Renaissance Italy and Beyond’ (Two-panel series, Panel Organizer, Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, New York, NY, March 2014).
‘Undergraduate Renaissance Research Conference’ (Conference Organizer, New York University, April 2012).
‘L’Altro Tasso: A Discussion of Tasso’s Not-So-Minor Works’ (Panel Organizer, Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Meeting, New Brunswick, NJ, April 2011).
‘Why Study the Counter Reformation?’ (Session Organizer, New York University, NY April 2011).
‘Nel mezzo del cammin…: An Early Modern, Interdisciplinary Colloquium’ (Conference Organizer, New York University, February 2009).
‘Capture the Flag: Ideological Ambivalence and Western Epic,’ keynote lecture. Presented at Liberal Arts College Undergraduate Academic Conference, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada (Mar. 2014).
‘Marvelous Interiority in Lucrezia Marinella’s Early Christian Epics: La Colomba Sacra and La Vita del Serafico et Glorioso San Francesco,’ to be presented at La codificazione degli affetti nell’epica del Cinquecento italiano, Freie Universität Berlin (December, 2016).
‘Tragic Fail Hamartia, Error, and Sin in Sixteenth-Century Discussions on Aristotle’s Poetics,’ presented at Renaissance in Translation: International Conference funded by Villa i Tatti, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland (May, 2016)
‘Social Media, Digital Networking, and Communication,’ presented at the Warwick-Warburg Postgraduate Summer School Program, London, UK (May, 2016).
‘Take Me Down to the Paradise City: An Ecological Approach to Paradise Spaces in Renaissance Epic,’ presented at the Epic Geographies Conference, New York University, New York, NY (April. 2016).
‘Digital Tools for Humanities Research: A Workshop on Zotero,’ presented at the University of Warwick, Italian Departmental Research Seminar, Coventry, United Kingdom (Nov. 2015).
‘Using Digital Tools for Undergraduate Research Projects in the Humanities,’ presented at Liberal Arts College, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada (Sep. 2014).
‘Developing Academic Research Projects: Best Practices,’ presented at Liberal Arts College, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada (Sep. 2013).
‘London Calling: John Harington’s Adaptation of Ariosto in Late Sixteenth-Century England,’ presented at the National Boundaries in Early Modern Literary Studies Early Career Symposium, Queen Mary University, London, United Kingdom (September, 2015).
‘Tears in Heaven: Private Devotional Language in Late Sixteenth-Century Italian Lagrime Poetry,’ presented at the Domestic Devotions in the Early Modern World, 1400-1800 Interdisciplinary Conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom (July 2015).
‘Paratextual Narratives: Lodovico Dolce’s Vita di Giuseppe,’ presented at the Biennial Conference of the Early Book Society, Oxford, United Kingdom (July 2015).
‘Lodovico Dolce’s Vita di Giuseppe and the Self-Fashioning of Pandolfo Atavanti,’ presented at the Canadian Society of Italian Studies Annual Meeting, St. Catherines, ON, Canada (May 2014).
‘In Nome Della Madre: Heroic Motherhood in Sannazaro’s De Partu Virginis,’ presented at the Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, New York, NY (Mar. 2014).
‘Pastorella alpestra e cruda': Cervantes Re-Evaluation of Petrarchan Pastoral Conventions in the Grisóstomo-Marcela Episode of Don Quijote,’ presented at the Canadian Society of Italian Studies Annual Meeting, Victoria, B.C, Canada (June 2013).
‘The Aesthetics of Signification: Torquato Tasso’s Marvelous Emblems in Theory and Practice,’ presented at the Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. (Mar. 2012).
‘Tasso’s Petrarchism and Generic Conflict in Gerusalemme Liberata,’ presented at the Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Meeting in Rochester, NY (Mar. 2012).
‘Found in Translation: Cervantes, Language and Textual Transformation,’ presented at the Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada (Apr. 2010).
Medici Archive Project Palaeography Workshop, ‘The Grand Duke and the Jews’ (Digital Workshop, June 2015).
Digital Humanities Summer Institute, “TEI-compliant encoding,” “Building Server Infrastructure with LAMP stack” (University of Victoria, BC, Canada, June 2014 and 2015).
‘Reading Publics in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Renaissance Europe’ (University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom, July 2012).
GSAS Teaching and Learning Certificate I (New York University, Centre for Teaching and Leaning, 2010-2011).
Level One Intensive Summer Latin Program (Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, ON, Canada. Obtained certificate of proficiency, June-July 2009).
Corso di Aggiornamento Per Insegnanti Di Italiano a Stranieri (Università di Perugia, Umbria, Italy, July-August 2009).
2013-2015 Director, Concordia University Circolo Italiano
2013-2014 Graduate Student Representative, Canadian Society for Italian Studies
2011-2013 Vice-President - Northeast Modern Language Association Graduate Caucus
2011-2012 Faculty Liaison - N.Y.U. Italian Studies Graduate Student Association
2011-2012 Co-Chair, N.Y.U. Medieval and Renaissance Graduate Student Network
2011-        Visiting Scholar Liaison for Prof. Claudio Gigante (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
2010-2011 Chair, N.Y.U. Student Senate, Graduate Affairs Committee