Scott, Darlene A. A Seat at the Table. Parts I & II: Bridging the Intergenerational Gap Between Women. Virginia Union University. Richmond, VA. April 2017. Panel.*
—–“Balancing Act: Exploring Jonestown as an Exercise in Conscious Creativity.” Contrary Instincts for Black Women Poets. Northeast Modern Language Association. Boston, MA March 2013. Presentation.*
—–“Body Talk: Metaphor and the Body.” Written By Ourselves: The Craft of Immobile Corporeality. Associated Writing Programs, Los Angeles, CA. April 2016. Panel.*
—–“Breathing Lessons 101: Images + Text.” Southern Writers Symposium. Methodist University. Fayetteville, NC. October 2015. Presentation.*
—–“Breathing Lessons 101: images + text.” Across Arts: Mixed Media Poetry and Fiction. North American Review Bicentennial. University of Northern Iowa. Cedar Falls, IA. May 2015. Panel.*
—–”Breathing Lessons 101.” The Reading Series. The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative. Charlottesville, VA. May 2015. Reading.*
—–“Corporeal Code Switching: Emmett Till As A Symbol of the Lived Black Body.”[Co-Chair, Black Boy Beyond the Metropolis: Emmett Till and the Trope of Disembodiment
College Language Association, Chicago, IL. April 2018. Panel.*
—-Dear Black People. Virginia Union University. Richmond, VA. February 2015. Panel.*
—–“Drawing the Line: Crafting Line Breaks.” Workshop Facilitator, Summer Student
Podium Foundation, Richmond, VA. August 2017. Workshop.*
—–“”Here Is My Body, Broken For You.” Repasting the Elegy: Public Mourning. Midwestern Modern Languages Association. Cincinnati, OH. November 2017. Panel.*
—–“How the Body Remembers, After Ailey’s Revelations.” June 2016. Narratives Invitational Exhibition. Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center. Richmond, VA. Art Exhibit.*
—–“How the Body Remembers: The Body’s Performance of Trauma As Ekphrasis.” Permanent Section – Creative Writing II. Midwest Modern Language Association. Loyola University. St Louis, MO. 12 November 2016. Panel.*
—–“How the Body Remembers: Corporeal Ekphrasis.” ‘We Have Art…’: Practicing Ekphrasis in Poetry Related to Corporeality Northeast Modern Language Association, Toronto, ON. April 2015. Panel*
—–“How the Body Remembers: The Body’s Performance of Trauma.” College English Association. Denver, CO. 31 March 2016. Presentation.
—–“I Don’t Want To Love Like This: Soul Food Consumption As Social Capital & Resistance.” Co-Chair, Consuming Soul: The Historical Purposing of Food in African American Literature. Midwest Modern Language Association, Kansas City, MO. November 2018. Panel*
—–Interview with Shirley T. Burke. Women On Point. WCLM, Richmond, VA. 16 November 2016.
—–“Invitations Not To Be Denied.” Bridgewater International Poetry Festival. Bridgewater College. Harrisonburg, VA. 13 January 2016. Reading.*
—–“Manipulating the Moment.” National Conference of Peer Tutors of Writing. Florida International University. Miami, FL. November 2011. Presentation.*
—–“Money, Cash, Hoes: Hip Hop As A Performance of War.” National Black Writers Conference. Decoded Hip Hop. Medgar Evers College, New York, NY. 31 March 2016. Presentation.
—–“No Easy Demon: How Good Girls of Color Manage Identity.” Black Women and Girls Research Collaborative Annual Symposium. Providence College, Providence, RI. 8-9 September 2017. Presentation.
—–“People Not Like Us.” College English Association. Richmond, VA. March 2012. Presentation.*
—–“People Not Like Us: Re-Imagining the People of Jonestown.” CEA Critic. 2013. Paper.
—-“People Not Like Us: Re-Imagining the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project in the Tradition of Radical Christianity.” South Atlantic Modern Language Association. October Atlanta, GA. November 2014. Panel.
—-“Performing Trauma: The Movement Missing From the Movement.” Black Arts Movement Conference. Dillard Univeresity/Harvard Hutchins Center. New Orleans, LA. September 2016. Presentation.
—-“Poetry As Witness.” Jessie Daniel Ames Lecture. Southwestern University. Austin, TX. March 2020. Panel.*
—-“Poetry For Black Lives: A Reading and Conversation.” Ball State University. Muncie, IN. April 2020. Panel.
—–“P.S.K.” St. James Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Culture, 1st ed., St. James Press 2018
—–“Race and Descriptive Language.” Open Source RVA with Angela Lehman. WRIR 97.3, Richmond, VA July 2017. Panel.*
—-“A Series of Survivals.” Revisiting the Elegy in the Black Lives Matter Era. Routledge. forthcoming October 2019.
—-Co-Editor, Revisiting the Elegy in the Black Lives Matter Era, London: Routledge. forthcoming October 2019.
—–“The Roxanne Wars.” St. James Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Culture, 1st ed., St. James Press. 2018.
—–“Seen: Expanding Notions of Black Womanhood.” Visions of Self in Drama, Poetry, and Fiction. College English Association, New Orleans, LA. March 2019. Panel.
—-“Start Here: Using Baldwin to Build Confident Writers in the Composition Classroom.” Teaching Baldwin Today. James Baldwin Conference. American University of Paris, Paris, France. 26 May 2016. Panel.
—–Tea For Two: Poetry on the Veranda. Richmond Public Library. Richmond, VA. 3 June 2017. Reading.*
——TROPISM: The Good Girl’s Journey. Richmond Public Library. Richmond, VA. January 2016. Solo Art Exhibit.*
—–“We Are Ugly But We Are Here: Navigating the Cultural Aesthetic of Black Womanhood.” Utopia/Dystopia: Whose Paradise is It. South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Jacksonville, FL. 5 November 2016. Panel.
—–“We Are Ugly But We Are Here: Transcending the Margins of Black Womanhood”
Co-Chair, Awkward, Magic, and Professional: Transcending Traditional Definitions of Black Womanhood. Multiethnic Literatures of the U.S., Las Vegas, NV. November 2018. Panel*
—–“’We have art…’ Practicing Ekphrasis in Poetry Related to Corporeality.” Northeastern Modern Languages Association. Ryerson University, Toronto, ON. 1 May 2015. Panel.*
——“What Good Can Come From Nazareth: Locating the Final Girl.” Black Girl Magic. College Language Association. Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center. Columbia, MO. 5-8 April 2017. Panel.
–—-“When the Revolution Is Not Televised: Engaging Youth Populations in the Black Lives Matters Moment.” Activism, Trauma and the State of Blackness in America. Celebrating African American Literature & Language Conference –Penn State University. Philadephia, PA. 29 October 2016. Panel.
—–“Writing for Social Change.” Podium Foundation/T3. Richmond Public Schools, Richmond, VA. November 2015. Workshops.*
—–“Written By Ourselves: The Craft of Immobile Corporeality.” Associated Writing Programs. Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA. 1 April 2016. Panel. *