Talks 2021-2022


- 'Unspeakable Ruptures: Depression, Equal Moral Worth and the Community of the Good', the Ethics of Mental Health and Illness workshop, Manchester Centre for Political Theory (MANCEPT), University of Manchester (September 7-10).


Talks 2020-2021


- 'Unspeakable Ruptures and their Repairing: Depression, Language Barriers and Health Policy', the Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning Conference, McGill University (August 26-28).

- 'Multilingual Selfhood and the Political Ethics of a Linguistic In-Betweenness', the Language and Migration: Experience and Memory conference, the United Nations and Princeton (April 19 - May 1).

- 'Introduction', the Faber Linguistic Rights Thematic Residence, the Faber Olot Arts, Sciences and Humanities Institute (November 6).


Talks 2019-20


- 'Unspeakable Ruptures and their Repairing: Depression, Language Barriers and Health Policy', the The Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning Conference, McGill University (August 20–22; Covid19-postponed).

- 'Multilingual Selfhood and the Political Ethics of a Linguistic In-Betweenness', the Language and Migration: Experience and Memory conference, the United Nations and Princeton (May 7; Covid19-postponed).

- 'The Ethics of Boycotting and the Challenge of Excommunicative Ethics', the Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) Society, the 2020 American Philosophical Association Central Division meeting, Chicago (February 27).


Talks 2018-19


- 'Complexity-Based Normative Orders: Democratic Despair and Adaptive Hope', the Complexity in Science, Culture and Society research group, Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (July 4).

- Commentator on Helder De Schutter's Linguistic Plurality, manuscript symposium, University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (April 12).

- Panelist, The Challenges of Coexistence: Debating Language Policy in Canada, Centre for the Study of Canada, McGill (February 22).

- 'Post-Cynical Linguistic Dignity', Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning conference, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto (August 23-25)


Talks 2017-18


- 'Post-Cynical Linguistic Dignity', Linguistic Diversity and Democratic Politics workshop, RIPPLE (Research in Political Philosophy Leuven), Institute of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (December 19).

- 'The Three Linguistic Layers of Medical Epistemology', Issues in Medical Epistemology, CONCEPT - Cologne Center for Contemporary Epistemology and the Kantian Tradition (December 14-16).

- 'The Political Ethics of Linguistic In-Betweenness', RIPPLE (Research in Political Philosophy Leuven), Institute of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (October 19).


Talks 2016-17


- 'Liberal Democracy, Linguistic Diversity and Epistemic Injustice', Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning conference, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto (August 24-26).

- ‘The Political Ethics of Linguistic In-Betweenness', Language and Politics in the United States and Canada: Taking Stock on the Occasion of the 150th Anniversary of Canadian Confederation. Banff Professional Development Centre (June 8-10).

Research Capacity Development

- Science Colloquium on the Health of Canada’s Official Language Minority Communities, Health Canada. International Development Research Centre, Ottawa (February 27-28).

- Action Table: Improving Mental Health Service Planning for IRER (immigrant, refugee, ethnocultural and racialized) Populations, the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC). Ottawa (March 28-29).


Talks 2015-16


- ‘Healthcare Provision for Migrants: (Mis)managing Language Barriers’, international interdisciplinary workshop on Health Care Provision for Migrants: Comparing Approaches to Ethical Challenges in Germany and the United Kingdom. Institute of Ethics, History and Theory of Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (March 14-18).

- ‘Language and the Limits of Justice’, panel on Liberalism and the Politics of Language. PSA 66th Annual International Conference, Brighton (March 21-23).

- ‘Linguistic Diversity and Epistemic Injustice in a Mobile World’ (with Matteo Bonotti), international workshop on The Multicultural Question in a Mobile World, European University Institute (April 7-8).

- ‘What’s so Special about Language? A Political Philosophy Approach’ (with David Robichaud). The Language Management Interdisciplinary Research Group, University of Ottawa (April 14).

- ‘Liberal Democracy, Linguistic Diversity and Epistemic Injustice’ (with Matteo Bonotti), international conference on Cultural Diversity and Liberal Democracy: Models, Policies and Practices. York University (April 19-20).

- ‘Language Ethics and the Interdisciplinary Challenge’, study day on Language, Power, Ethics and Superdiversity. Centre for Language, Communication and Discourse, King’s College London (May 13).

- ‘Mental Health and Linguistic Dignity’, workshop on Language and Health. Cardiff University (May 16).