2022 “Indigenous Peoples and Multiculturalism: Indigenous Internationalism & Indigenous-settler relations.” Guest lecture for “LAX062B05: Canada’s Cultural Mosaic”, Department of European Languages and Cultures, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 20 May 2022. (virtual)


2022 Wakker in de Holst van de Nacht ABC: Merel belt met Malou uit Canada.” (Awake in the Dead of Night ABC: Merel on the phone with Malou in Canada.” De nacht van… BNNVARA, NPO Radio 1, 5 July 2022. (starting at 2h33)

2022 Holst van de Nacht: Merel belt met Malou uit Canada.” (In the dead of night: Merel on the phone with Malou in Canada) De nacht van… BNNVARA, NPO Radio 1, 18 January 2022.

2021Les littératures autochtones à la croisée des langues.” Balado académique: Lire en relation, Salon du Livre des Premières Nations, 20 November 2021.


2022 “Poems-as-language-lessons: translingualism in Naomi McIlwraith’s kiyâm.” Presented at “Code-Switching in Arts,” LangueFlow conference, 29 September 2022 (virtual).

2022 “Des écologies littéraires féministes au Canada: Observations du côté francophone.” Roundtable “Feminist Literary Ecologies in Canada/ Des écologies féministes au Canada,” Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures, 27 May 2022 (virtual).

2021 “Crossing languages, transcending boundaries: eroticism as connecting factor in Indigenous poetry in French and in English”. Presented at “The Sovereign Erotic”, 42nd American Indian Workshop, 16 July 2021, Department of British and American Studies, European University Cyprus, Nicosia/Cyprus. (virtual)

2021 “Video Poetry on/of the Land: Heid Edrich’s “Pre-Occupied” and Natasha Kanapé Fontaine’s “Nous nous soulèverons”. Presented at “Nuna pigitjangittavut, nunattinut pigijauvugut / La terre ne nous appartient pas. Nous appartenons à la terre. / The land does not belong to us. We belong to the land.”, A Virtual Gathering of the Indigenous Literary Studies Association, 7 June 2021, University of Alberta, Edmonton. (virtual)

2021 “Correspondence for (Re)Conciliation : Let’s Talk About Settler Colonialism and Racism”. Paper presented at the graduate student conference “Maintaining Bridges: Sustaining Connections in a Time of Crisis”, March 4, 2021, University of Alberta, Edmonton. (virtual)

2020 “Surviving and Challenging the Colonized Scene of Translation: Innu-aimun in Natasha Kanapé Fontaine’s Poetry”. Graduate student conference “(En)Forced (Mis)Connections 2020: tracing spaces of violence, struggle & solidarity”, 13 February 2020, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

2015 “Viv(r)e la terre : la poésie autochtone féminine contemporaine comme art de l’environnement”. International conference “Passé, présent et avenir de l’écocritique québécoise et franco-canadienne”, 9 October 2015, McGill University, Montreal.