“Weaving Fragmented Bodies: Catholic Social Thought in a Global Context through Nonviolent Activism in Jeju, South Korea," The 2014 Catholic Social Thought, San Diego, CA (Paper proposal accepted)
Workshop title: “Forced Invisibility and Internalized Pain: Asian American Lesbians and Gay Men in the Catholic Church," The 2013 Dignity Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota
“‘Longing Keeps the Wounds Open and Undressed’: Rethinking Lonergan’s Notion of Conversion through Hadewijch of Antwerp’s Mystical Poetry,” Theo 2013 Catholic Theological Society of America, Miami, Floria
“The Other Side of Their Zeal: Evangelical Nationalism and Anticommunism in the Korean Christian Fundamentalist Antigay Movement Since the 1990s,” The 2012 American Academy of Religion, Chicago, Illinois
Session: World Christianity.
"Disturbing the Sacred Stories: The Lives of Joan of Aar and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, by Theresa Hak Kyung Cha," The 2012 International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 2012.
“The Politics of Being Seen: The Case of the Wednesday Demonstrations,” the 2011 National Women's Studies Association, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2011.
“Poetics of the Body of Christ: Rethinking the Sacramental Nature of Writing in Light of Edwards Schillebeeckx’s Sacramental Theology and Lee Chang-dong’s film Poetry,” at the American Academy of Religion, San Francisco, California, November 2011.
“Towards Heterological Sacramentality: Rethinking the Body of Christ through Michel de Certeau,” Theology and Continental Philosophy at the American Academy of Religion, Atlanta, GA, November 2010.
“Decreation, Art, and a Passage of Diasporic Soul: Reading Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Pomegranate Offerings with Simone Weil,” Asian North American Religion, Culture, and Society at the American Academy of Religion, Montreal, Canada, November 2009.
“The Body, to be Eaten, to be Written: A Theological Reflection on the Act of Writing in Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Dictee,” Women, Writing, and Theology Workshop, Atlanta, GA, May 2009.
“Melancholic Bliss: Rethinking Spirituality in Light of Hadewijch of Antwerp’s Writing about Union with God,” Modern Methodologies Meet Medieval Women II: Theories and Interdisciplinary at the 44th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2009.
“Deadly Bliss, Deadly Loneliness: Reading Melancholy in Hadewijch of Antwerp’s Writing about the Union with God,” Feminist Theory and Religious Reflection Group at the American Academy of Religion, Chicago, IL, November 2008.
“Corpus Christi, to be Eaten and to be Written: Hybridizing the Eucharist through Hadewijch’s writing,” The Eucharist: Theology, Liturgy, and Art at the 43rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2008.
“The Body, Ever Hungered and Ever Desired: Hadewijch of Antwerp's Writing the Body of God,” Women and Religion II at the Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion, Atlanta, GA, April 2008.
“Corpus Christi, to be Eaten and to be Written: Hadewijch of Antwerp,” The Asian Theological Summer Institute, Philadelphia, PA, June 2007.
“Religion Beneath Mother Tongues: Religious Practice and the Act of Writing in Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Dictee,” Asian North American Religion, Culture, and Society at the American Academy of Religion, Washington DC, MA, November 2006.
“Via Purgatory, She Saw and She Was Seen: Reading Catherine of Genoa with Foucault,” Foucault Consultation at the American Academy of Religion, San Antonio, TX, November 2004.