The Republic of Exit 43: Selected Outtakes in the Making of a Book,” Carthage College, November 2017

Video on “Vase Poppies,” Week 10 of Modern & Contemporary American Poetry, 2017 syllabus

Hypertextual Venice: Utopia and Dystopia of the Aquatic City (from Calvino through Coover and Beyond), Experiencing the City, Chicago Center for Teaching, April 2017

From Corpse to Specter: Venice As Antagonist and Emblem of Modernity,” Penn State, November 2015

In George Quasha’s poetry is: Speaking Portraits, Volume 2 (2015)

Poetry, Speed, and the Awesomely Untweetable,” TEDxUVA, April 2013

Radical Anachronism in FT Marinetti’s Venetian Urban Planning,” seminar on ModernVenice, ModernItalia with Patrizio Ceccagnoli, Paolo Valesio, and Jeffrey Schnapp, Casa Italiana, NYU, February 2013

Reading from Locomotrix: Selected Poetry and Prose of Amelia Rosselli at Poets Forum, Academy of American Poets, November 2012

Experiments at the Borders of Poetry and Translation,” with Mary Jo Bang, Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University, November 2012

Where the I Is the Public: Amelia Rosselli in Translation,” with Gian-Maria Annovi and Teresa Fiore at New York University’s Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, April 2012

Locomotrix: Selected Poetry and Prose of Amelia Rosselli,” a dialogue with Antonio Riccardi, poet and director of Mondadori Libri, @ the Poetry Foundation and the Institute of Italian Culture, March 2012

The Nurse in the Marketplace” (a “mobile talk,” a “walking essay” on hunger, money, and waiting in Cathy Wilkes) @ The Renaissance Society, February 2012

Reading from Stacy Doris’s The Cake Part at the American Academy in Rome, July 2011

Reading with Virginie Poitrasson (translator) at Double Change, Paris, part 1 and 2, June 2011

A Language for Every Latitude: The Poetry of Amelia Rosselli,” Barnard College, May 2011

from Exit 43, @ Rabbit Light Movies

from “Corporal Score: Notes Toward the Composition of a Chorus [Line],” at Kelly Writers House, January 2010

Lunchtime talk/reading with Lyn Hejinian, on poetry, landscape, and apocalypse, at Kelly Writers House