Presentations

2020

  • ‘Almost Different But Not Quite: Poles, Dutchmen, and Cultural Entanglement’, Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America; Panel: Hybridity in the Early Modern World, Philadelphia, Apr. 2020 (Conference cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic)


2019

  • ‘Seeing Ukraine for the First Time’, Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies; Panel: Visual Vocabularies of Early Modern Ruthenia, San Francisco, Nov. 2019
  • ‘Ottomanisation as Europeanisation: Poland-Lithuania and the Search for a Shared Past’, Polish Studies Center, Indiana University, Bloomington, Oct. 2019
  • ‘Almost Different But Not Quite: Poles, Dutchmen, and Cultural Entanglement’, Annual Conference of the Universities Art Association of Canada; Panel: The Art of Visualising Others: Early Modern Cultural Encounters, Quebec City, Oct. 2019
  • ‘Seeing Ukraine for the First Time’, workshop Invisible Rus, Ukrainian Studies Programme, University of Cambridge, Jun. 2019
  • ‘Why Care About “Polish Carpets”’, and ‘Why Care About Early Modern Art’, two presentations at the workshop Renaissance Studies NOW: Old Margins and New Centers, Renaissance Studies Program at Indiana University, Bloomington, Apr. 2019
  • ‘Why Care About “Polish Carpets”?’ Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America; Panel: Decorative Arts in the Early Modern Era and Now, Toronto, Mar. 2019
  • ‘Where Do “Polish Carpets” Come From?’ College Art Association Annual Conference; Panel: Renaissance Exchanges, New York City, Feb. 2019


2018

  • ‘Cartography as Entangled History: Geographic Depiction and the Search for a Shared Past’, Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies; Panel: The Memory of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Boston, Dec. 2018
  • 'Where Do "Polish Carpets" Come From?', Globalising Polish Histories, Christ Church, University of Oxford, Sep. 2018
  • ‘Ottomanisation as Europeanisation: Polish-Lithuanian Costume and the Search for a Classical Past’, Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America; Panel: 'Deep Classics’ and the Renaissance, New Orleans, Mar. 2018
  • ‘Of Mixed Origins: Tracing Michał Boym’s Sum Xu’, College Art Association Annual Conference; Panel: Archives, Documents, Evidence, Los Angeles, Feb. 2018
  • ‘Almost Different But Not Quite: The Dutch Republic, Poland-Lithuania and the Co-Dependency of Centre and Periphery', Faculty Research Seminar, Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Jan. 2018


2017


2016

  • 'Thinking through the Periphery: Masquerading as a Pole in the Dutch Republic', 48th Annual Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies; Panel: Horizontal Art History / Global Perspectives: The Work and Legacy of Piotr Piotrowski, Washington DC, Nov. 2016
  • ‘An Imaginary Animal and Its Doubles: Michał Boym’s Sumxu in Replication’, Annual Conference of the Universities Art Association of Canada; Panel: Of Diptychs, Doubles and Mirrors: Towards a Theory of Twoness, Montreal, Oct. 2016
  • 'Connoisseurship as a Dialogic Process: The Kunstkammer of Sigismund III Vasa', The 62nd Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America; Panel: Collecting and the Patron's Input, Boston, Mar. 2016


2015

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2013


2012

  • 'A Transcultural Body Politic? Portraits of the Impostor Imperial Couple Dmitry I and Maryna Mniszech', Conversion, Materiality and Early Modern Globalization; Panel: Interiority and Exteriority: Social Identity and the Body Politic, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Apr. 2012
  • 'Portraits of the impostor Tsarina Maryna Mniszech and the politics of public imagery in Poland-Lithuania (1605-1606)', First Annual Postgraduate Renaissance Symposium. Beyond the Frame: Portraits and Personal Experience in Renaissance Europe, c.1400 – 1650; Panel: Private Faces in Public Places, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, Apr. 2012
  • 'Religious Image as a Medium of Representation: Iconoclasm and Iconophilia in Post-Reformation Poland-Lithuania', Religion and Cultural Mediation in Early Modernity; Panel: Images and Iconoclasm, McGill University, Montreal, Mar. 2012
  • 'The formation of publics for art in Poland-Lithuania in its global context (1587-1668)', Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas, McGill University, Montreal, Mar. 2012


2011

  • 'Caravaggio’s Conversions', co-presented with Angela Vanhaelen and Sonia Del Re, Forms of Conversion: Transformation in Europe and its World, 1500-1700, McGill University, Montreal, Dec. 2011