“Monstrosity, Love, and Individualism in Oscar Wilde’s A House of Pomegranates.”Liminal Identities: Nature, Culture and Society. 5 October 2020. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain).
“Loveable Monsters, Redeemable Men: The Lonely Voice of Oscar Wilde”. AEDEAN 42, 7-9 November 2018, University of Cordoba (Spain).
“Visualizing Oscar Wilde, Then and Now”. MENAWA Study Day, 22 June 2018, Lancaster University (United Kingdom).
“Masculinities and the Modern Short Story: The Liminality in and of Oscar Wilde’s Short Prose Writings”. Department of European Languages and Cultures Postgraduate Colloquium, 30 April 2018, Lancaster University (United Kingdom).
“The Boundaries of Affection: Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince and Other Tales (1888) and A House of Pomegranates (1891)”.Border Experiences: The English Short Story and Europe in the 21st Century, 9-10 February 2018, Freiburg University (Germany).
“Space, Place, and National Identity in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Early Non-Fiction”. Research Society for Victorian Periodicals Annual Conference, 27-29 July 2017, Freiburg University (Germany).
“‘Yours Truly’?: Authorial and National Identity in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Public and Private Discourses”.II International Conference ‘Discourse of Identity, 8-9 June 2017, University of Santiago de Compostela.
“Spaces, Paces, and Masculinities in Late Victorian Short Fiction.”IDAES Graduate Day, 20 May 2017, University of A Coruña.
“The Sign of the Wildean Four: Sherlock, Thaddeus Sholto, Mycroft, and Sebastian Moran. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle´s Exploration of Masculinity in Times of Crisis”. 40th AEDEAN Conference, 9-11 November 2016, University of Zaragoza.
“Writing in his Own Shadow: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘Tales of Mystery’ (1898-1899)”. 40th AEDEAN Conference, 9-11 November 2016, University of Zaragoza.
“Male Romance or Fiction of Loss? Analyzing Wildean Masculinities in Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes”.IDAES Graduate Day, 19 May 2017, University of Santiago de Compostela.
“Sherlock Holmes as a Barometer of Late Victorian England”. English Studies & Popular Culture, 16 February 2016, University of Santiago de Compostela.