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INVITED TALKS

  1. ​Roundtable on ‘German elections and their potential effects for gender equality and diversity in the Bundestag’ for EUGenDem virtual workshop sessions on ‘Gender, democracy, and polarized politics in Europe’ invited speaker, November 2021

  2. "Putting a gender lens on leadership in COVID-19 response and recovery webinar", UN Women, invited speaker, November 2021

  3. “Impact of the Pandemic on Women Webinar”, Kutak Rock LLP, invited speaker, October 2021

  4. “Old, White and Male? Documenting Exclusionary Networks in the Profession” roundtable participant, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, September 2021

  5. No Second Chances, Guest on Podcast (forthcoming)

  6. UN Commission for the Status of Women "CSW Side Event: Women's Political Representation" 2021

  7. AOPSSS – Asian Online Political Science Seminar Series, invited discussant (November 2020)

  8. "Are Women Leaders Better in a Pandemic? Separating Fact from Fiction," Gender & Politics Series, Occidental College (July 2020) use password 4T&996g5 to watch

  9. “Women and 2020 Election,” TV guest, 10 pm News, KPVI, Pocatello, ID (March 2020)

  10. “Corporate Board Diversity and the Impact of Policy Discourse. An exploration of Germany and Japan,” University of Tokyo (March 2019)

  11. “Intersectionality, Inequality, and Collective Action,” panelist, UN Week Occidental College (February 2019)

  12. “Republican Women and Local Activism,” Hastings College (February 2019)

  13. “GRAD SCHOOL: Getting the Most from Your Conference Experience,” Roundtable, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Baltimore, MD, August 2018

  14. “GRAD SCHOOL: How to Survive Graduate School,” Roundtable, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Baltimore, MD, August 2018

  15. “Alternative Gift Market”, Main Street News & Views, Pocatello Community Media, November 2017

  16. "Women Rights around the Globe" and "Why not U.S.?" Teton High School through Liberal Arts High, Fall 2017.

  17. "Women in Politics”, League of Women Voters, Pocatello Idaho, August 2017

  18. (with Shauna Shames) “Marching beyond Red and Blue,” Roundtable: The Women's March on Washington, Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2017

  19. "Gender, Sexuality, and the Post-Colonial State​," Frank Church Symposium, Idaho State University. March 2017

  20. "Inter-Regional Issues in a Post- Colonial State," Frank Church Symposium, Idaho State University. March 2017

  21. “The Future of Women in Politics in Germany, the US, and Beyond. Opportunities for Women's Political Leadership," Center for European Studies at Rutgers University, Rutgers University, December 2, 2016

  22. (With Donna Lybecker) “The European Union and Brexit”, New Knowledge Adventures, Idaho State University Continuing Education, Pocatello, Idaho

  23. “Real Talk. Get and Use the Facts.” Invited Trainer, Go Run National Training, Vote Run Lead, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 2014

  24. “The 2014 Midterm Elections and its Meaning for Women on the Federal Level.“ Invited Speaker, Emerge Colorado, November 2014

  25. “Post Midterm Election Analysis.” Invited Participant, Raising Ms. President Google Hangout, November 11, 2014

  26. “Lessons from Abroad. The Impact of Electoral Systems on Women’s Representation.” Representation 2020 Meeting.  Washington, DC, October 9, 2014

  27. “Imagined Communities – Germany’s struggles to confront its cultural diversity.” Department of Communication, Colorado State University; April 25, 2013