Colonial Circuits.” Co-organizer of a panel on digital capitalism and imperialism for 4S. November 8-9. Honolulu. 2023.

“Market Technology Policy: The role of SESDAQ in Singapore's Plans for Development,” SHOT. Presenting with the panel on Back to the Future: Science and Technology Policy in Canada, Singapore, and the United States, 1980-2023. Long Beach, Ca. 2023.

“The Stock Market of Tomorrow - NASDAQ and the colonial circuits of finance,” Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference 2023. Presenting with the panel on Everyday Finance and Race. London, August 29, 2023.

“ANNA: Market Metadata and the Uneven Infrastructures of Financial Assetization.” 4S Conference. Panel on Markets as Data: Markets as data: knowledge, automation, governance. Toronto. October 6, 2021.

“From Hammer to Infrastructure: Tracing ‘Breakdown’ in Amazon's Vectors of Power.” 4S Conference. Panel on Wiring digital justice: Embedding rights in Internet governance by Infrastructure II. Toronto. October 9, 2022.

“Spatial Semiotics: Toward an Economic Geography of Information.” The American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Panel on Re-spatializing Digital Labor. April 7, 2021.

“Personalizing Persuasion Architecture: Privacy Harms and Algorithmic News Media.” International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media. Stanford, CA. June 25, 2018.


Advanced Googling It: Digital Methods for Online Research. Department of Information Studies. November 4, 2022.

Led a workshop on techniques for online research and collecting digital materials. Grad STRIVE Fellowship Panel. Grad STRIVE 2.0 program. November 2, 2022. Invited to speak as a panelist for a graduate mentorship workshop on obtaining grants and fellowships.

BYO Text: Introduction to Text Generation with Large Language Models. Department of Information Studies. February 6, 2022.

Led a one-day workshop on training, tuning, and interacting with large language models using Python.

Data Activism Workshop. California Rare Books School. UCLA, Los Angeles. August 16, 2021.

Led a one-day workshop of accessing, mapping, and critically analyzing city data and urban data infrastructure.

Feature Extraction: The Aesthetics and Politics of Algorithms. NAVEL assemblies, Los Angeles. March–May, 2020.

Organized a three-month long workshop and discussion series on machine learning literacy for artists and activists.

Feature Extraction. Experimental Digital Arts, UCLA, Los Angeles. November 1617, 2019.

Co-organized an interdisciplinary symposium on the practices and politics of machine learning.