December 7: Pedagogies of the Scholar-Activist, “Interrogating ‘Activist-Scholarship’ in Socio-legal Studies” Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Centre for Global Cooperation Research, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

December 5: "The Question of Enforcement: Anti-Homosexuality Legislation in Uganda and the Problem of Panoptic Policing" Public Seminar Series at the Centre for Gender Studies, SOAS, UK

November 1: "Revisiting a Methodology of Connection: on Scholar-Activist Methods" Techne AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership, London, UK

October 30: "Black Feminism in Europe: Celebrating our Sisters, Saluting our Sisters, and Honouring Matriarchs of Movements" The European Institute and LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security, London School of Economics (RSVP)

October 16: "Rethinking Radicality in Queer Theory" (Symposium), University of Sussex

June 26: "Africanizing Queerness" A conversation with S.N. Nyeck and Nathalie Etoke, The Philosopher

June 2: "Politics of the Personal: Academia, Art and Activism" Plenary,
Gender Studies Now (Conference),
University of Stavanger, Norway

May 26: "Circuits of Queer/Capital" Plenary,
What's Left of Sexual Democracy (Conference), Newcastle University, UK

March 17: "Gender, Race, Disability and In/Vulnerability: Protectionist Politics and Lawful Punishment in the United States" Keynote Address, University of Warwick Law School, UK

February 4: "Lesbian, Queer and Trans-feminist resistance against sexual violence" We Are the Feminisms, SOAS University of London, UK

January 25: "Dark Agoras: Insurgent Black Social Life and the Politics of Place" by J.T. Roane, Book Launch Chaired by SM, LSE 4:00-5:30PM

September 22: "Reconsidering Anti-Homosexuality and Anti-Gender Politics in Uganda" Harvard Radcliffe Institute, Cambridge, MA

September 21: "African Feminisms for Abolitionist Futures" LSE Gender Studies Welcome Address, London, UK 3:30pm-5pm BST

August 9: The Movement to End Abortion and LGBTQI+ Rights: Insights from Ireland, Brazil, El Salvador, Uganda, and the United States, American Sociological Association Presidential Panel, Los Angeles, CA 10am-11:30am PST

August 9: "Sexual Displacements" SM and Elena Shih (Brown University) as discussants, American Sociological Association, Los Angeles, CA 12pm-1:30pm PST

August 5: "Decarcerating Disability: Deinstitutionalization and Prison Abolition" by Liat Ben-Moshe, Author-Meets-Critic Session (SM as critic), Society for the Study of Social Problems, Los Angeles, CA

April 1: "Africanist, Anti Carceral Feminisms for Decolonial Futures” Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) Winter Meeting Opening Plenary, entitled Feminist Mobilizing for a Better Future: A Transnational Perspective. Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, USA 10-11:30am MST

April 1: "racialization.spectacle.liberation: feminist ruminations on place-making, memory, and the non-human" Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) Winter Meeting panel (SM moderating with Chriss Sneed) Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, USA 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm MST

November 8: "Black Resistance to British Policing" Department of Sociology and LSE Human Rights, 5-6PM BST (London)

October 26: "Connecting Against Carceralism" LGBT History Month Lecture, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, 1PM-2PM EST (NYC)

October 12: "Carceral Protectionism and the Perpetually Invulnerable"Criminal Injustice as Disability Injustice: Revolting against the Carceral State, with Liat Ben-Moshe and H Rakes, the American Studies Association Annual Conference, 10AM-11:45AM EST

April 29: "Imagining Non-Binary: Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Identity and Politics" Culture and Expression, Hofstra Honors College, NY

April 15: "Queers Against Corrective Development: LGBTSTGNC Anti-Violence Organizing in Gentrifying Times" Imagining Abolition Conference, Virtual, 7:20PM-8:45PM EST

April 14: "The Hidden Emotional Labor of Hope Work: Abolition in the Academy" Imagining Abolition Conference, Virtual, 12:10PM-1PM EST

April 1: "Justice as Healing and Transformation" Invited Lecture, SUNY Cortland Department of Philosophy and the Center for Ethics, Peace and Social Justice, NY

March 10: "The Invisible 'T' in Non-Binary: Understanding the Role of Transitioning in the Identity"Faculty Diversity Research and Curriculum Development and LGBTQ+ Research Initiative Grant Lectures. Funded by the National Center for Suburban Studies. 1PM-2:15PM EST

March 8: Africana and LGBTQ+ Studies Present Dr. SN Nyeck, "Poetics: Queer Recesses of the Heart and the Spirit of Intimacy within Africana Households" Virtual 11:20AM-12:45EST