Cardoza-Orlandi, C. (2019). Christian Spirituality in Global Contexts, Lectures. Academy of Spirituality, Malvern Retreat Center, PA.
King, J. (2019). Christ and Carbon: Earth as Human in Aurora Leigh. Ecology and Religion in Nineteenth-Century Studies. Armstrong Browning Library.
Hinojosa, V. (2019, October 2-4). “Hunger and Migration” Plenary Address with John C. Garland and Elaine Hernández at Together at the Table: Hunger and Poverty Summit, Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, Baylor University
Martens, P. (2019, September 6). “Back to the Basics: The Resurgence of Moral Formation in Protestant Christian Ethics,” Society for the Study of Christian Ethics, London School of Theology, London, UK.
Martens, P. (2019). Kierkegaard’s ‘Birds of the Air’: Learning to Live with the Grain of the Universe. Ecology and Religion in 19C Studies. Armstrong Browning Library, Waco, TX.
Martens, P. (2019). Protestant Christianity and Human Dignity: The Dissonance of Theology and Ethics. 2019 Oxford Symposium on Human Dignity in Religious Traditions. Christ Church, Oxford, UK.
Martens, P. (2019). ‘Slow Violence’ and Peaceful Ontologies. European Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Bologna, Italy.
Whelan, M. & Carnes, N. (2019, March 8). Why this Waste? Art and Excess in a World of Need. Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the ARTS (ITIA), University of St. Andrews.
Whelan, M. (2019). Agroecology, Natural Law, and Catholic Social Teaching. New Wine New Wineskins Symposium. University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN.
Whelan, M. (2019). John Clare’s Eco-Theological Critique of Enclosure. Ecology and Religion in 19th Century Studies Conference, Baylor University.
Whelan, M. (2019). Óscar Romero and the Politics of Common Use. Romero: Memory. Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.
King, J. (2018). Body of Christ, Body of the Earth: Gerard Manley Hopkins's Ecotheology. Institute for Faith and Learning Symposium on Stewarding Creation. Baylor University, Waco, TX.
King, J. (2018). Emplaced Networks: 'The Cry of the Children' and Local-Virtual Pedagogy and Scholarship. The North American Victorian Studies Association 2018 Conference. St. Petersburg, Florida.
King, J. (2018). 'He is speechless as a stone': Killing God and the Earth in 'Cry of the Children.' Rhyme and Reform: Victorian Working-Class Poets and Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "Cry of the Children. International, Digitally Linked Symposium Co-hosted by Armstrong Browning Library and the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow).
Martens, P. (2018) Uniting Means and Ends: Slow Violence in the Anthropocene, King’s College, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK.