Upcoming (2018-19):

  • "What makes a kind an art-kind?," British Society for Aesthetics, Oxford, September 2018.

 

Past:

  1. “Exploding Stories and the Limits of Fiction,” American Society for Aesthetics – Eastern, Philadelphia, April 2018
  2. “Exploding Stories and the Limits of Fiction,” American Society for Aesthetics – Pacific, Pacific Grove, April 2018
  3. Three problems for art-ontological descriptivism, APA Pacific, San Diego, April 2018.
  4. Social kinds and meta-ontological revisionism, American Society for Aesthetics - 75th annual meeting, New Orleans, November 2017.
  5. Three problems for art-ontological descriptivism, UBC Work in Progress Seminar, October 2017.
  6. Three Problems for Art-Ontological Descriptivism, American Society for Aesthetics – Eastern, Philadelphia, April 2017.
  7. The Conventional Nature of Art-Kinds, American Society for Aesthetics – Pacific, Asilomar, April 2017
  8. The Trouble with Failed-Art, American Society for Aesthetics – Eastern, Philadelphia, April 2016.
  9. Art’s Intention-Dependence, American Society for Aesthetics – Annual, Savannah, November 2015.
  10. Suspending (Poetic) Licenses, Frontiers in the Philosophy of Literature, University of Southern Denmark, September 2015.
  11. Titles Unnamed, British Society for Aesthetics, Cambridge University, September 2015
  12. Titles Unnamed, European Society for Aesthetics, Dublin Institute of Technology, June 2015.
  13. Titles Unnamed, Canadian Society for Aesthetics, University of Ottawa, June 2015.
  14. Art’s Intention-Dependence, Dubrovnik Conference on the Philosophy of Art, Dubrovnik Inter-University Centre, April 2015
  15. Titles Unnamed, American Philosophical Association – Pacific, Vancouver, April 2015.
  16. Suspending (Poetic) Licenses, American Society for Aesthetics – Eastern, Philadelphia, USA, March 2015.
  17. Titles Unnamed, Canadian Philosophical Association, Brock University, May 2014.
  18. Suspending (poetic) licenses, Canadian Society for Aesthetics, Brock University, May 2014.
  19. Titles Unnamed, American Society for Aesthetics – Eastern, Philadelphia, April 2014.
  20. Instances, Artworks, and Coincidence, American Society for Aesthetics – Annual, San Diego, USA, October-November 2013.
  21. Titles Unnamed, McGill Philosophy Graduate Student and Faculty Retreat, McGill University, September 2013
  22. (Non-) Counting Statues, Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association (postgraduate section), University of Exeter, July 2013.
  23. Fictions and Contradictions, Canadian Society for Aesthetics, University of Victoria, June 2013.
  24. Un-named, Dubrovnik Conference on the Philosophy of Art, Dubrovnik Inter-University Centre, April 2013.
  25. Fictions and Contradictions, American Society for Aesthetics – Eastern, Philadelphia, USA, April 2013.
  26. Instances, Artworks, and Coincidence, McGill Philosophy Workshop Series, McGill University, March 2013.
  27. Ethics in the fast lane: Spinoza on natural right and highway robbery, Graduate Conference in Philosophy of the University of Waterloo, University of Waterloo, March 2013
  28. (Non-) Counting Statues, Indiana Philosophical Association, University of Indianapolis, November 2012.
  29. Finding a Holmes for Fiction, Dubrovnik Conference on the Philosophy of Art, Dubrovnik Inter-University Centre, April 2012.
  30. Willingly disinterested: altruism in Schopenhauer’s ethics, XI International Kant Congress, University of Pisa, May 2010.
  31. Stuff and coincident objects, Society for Exact Philosophy, University of Alberta, May 2009.