• Conference Presentations

    How Internet Memes Have Become Powerful Weapons of Resistance for Women, Engaging Activism and Driving Social and Political Change

    The Global Status of Women and Girls Conference

    Christopher Newport University, March 23–25, 2018

     

    Internet Memes are Powerful Weapons of Resistance, Fueling Social and Political Change

    11th Annual Critiquing Culture Conference, Social Movements and Resistance

    George Mason University, October 7, 2017

     

    Are Internet Memes the Scourge of Society? The Role that Internet Memes Play in Social and Political Change

    Virginia Humanities Conference 2017: The Unbearable Humanities

    Shenandoah University, April 7–8, 2017

     

    The Role that Feminist Internet Memes Play in Social and Political Change

    Women’s Studies Works in Progress 2017 Conference

    Old Dominion University, April 1, 2017

     

    The Role that Black Lives Matter Internet Memes Play in Social and Political Change

    Graduate Research Achievement Day

    Old Dominion University, March 23, 2017

     

    The Role that the Internet, Social Media and Internet Memes Play in Response to Events of Racial Prejudice Against African-Americans

    Birth of an Answer Conference

    Old Dominion University, September 18, 2015

     

    Personal Branding and Online Gender Performance Within the Graphic Design Community

    Humanities Unbound 2015: Work and Play Conference

    Old Dominion University, April 10, 2015

     

    Guest Lectures

    Independent Media Production—Grrrl Zines, Changing the Feminist Narrative

    COMM 495/WMST 495 Gender and Media

    Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Groeneveld

    Old Dominion University, November 8, 2016

     

    Self-Representation and Moral Panics—Why Do Teenage Girls Sext?

    COMM 495/WMST 495 Gender and Media,

    Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Groeneveld

    Old Dominion University, November 1, 2016