Theorizing Marginality.” 27–28 July 2022, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University and the Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian Literature.

Théories littéraires du hasard et de la contingence / Theorizing Chance: How Does Literary Theory Deal with Contingency?” 17–19 June 2021, University of Paris 3 and ALEA.

Decolonizing the Theory Canon.” 31 July–1 August 2019, University of Macau.

May ’68 at 50: Politics and Literature.” 9–10 May 2018, New York University Abu Dhabi.

Critique/Criticism.” 23–24 June 2017, Center for Literary and Cultural Research (ZfL).

Prismatic Translation.” 25–26 July 2016, University of Vienna.

The Realities of Fiction—Fictions of Reality.” 21–23 May 2015, University of Pécs.

Policing Literary Theory.” 7–8 April 2014, Osaka University.

“The Art of Not Thinking.” 19–20 July 2013, Paris–Sorbonne University.

Animals and Literary Theory.” 18–19 May 2012, University of Richmond.

Literary Theory and the Sciences.” 30 June–2 July 2011, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich.

COsMoPoLITerature—Literary Theory in a World with Proliferating Frontiers.” 16–17 August 2010, Chung-Ang University.

The Aesthetisation of Emotion.” 12–15 June 2009, The University of Sydney.

“Responding to Cosmopolitanism: The New Identities of Literary Theory.” Ljubljana, 5–7 June 2008, Institute of Slovenian Literature and Literary Studies at the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

“Ambiguity and Disambiguation.” 29 July–5 August 2007, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

“Literary Value.” 8–11 June 2006, Umeå University.

“Identity and Community.” May 2005, University of Western Ontario.

“Facing the Other, Othering the Face: Identification as a Border Operation.” August 2004, Hong Kong.

Framing Contingency: History and Heterology.” 23–25 May 2002, Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia.

Other Modernisms in an Age of Globalization.” 24–27 May 2001, Center for Literary and Cultural Research (ZfL).

“Cultural Encounters: Conjunctions and Disjunctions.” 14–15 August 2000, University of South Africa.

Literatures of Theory.” 22–23 May 1999, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

“Contemporary Theories and Practices of Interpretation.” 2–3 July 1998, University of Santiago de Compostela.

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