Reder, Deanna. âcimisowina:  Stories that Remember the Missing and Much-Missed.  Indigenous Literary Studies Association, Gabriel Dumont Institute, Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan. June 18, 2022
Reder, Deanna and Chaired by Alix Shield.  The People and the Text, Neglected Indigenous Works, and Making Relationship with Research. Digital Humanities Institute, virtual. June 6, 2022.
Reder, Deanna.  “Using DH Tools to Examine Neglected Indigenous Texts: Edward Ahenakew’s Old Keyam”, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, virtual. October 29, 2020.
Reder, Deanna. “The Legacy of the Indigenous Literary Archive”, Canadian Writing Centres Association, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, May 30, 2019.      
Reder, Deanna. “Sorting Libraries Out: Decolonizing Classification and Indigenizing Description” with Métis Research Partner Treena Chambers, SFU, Vancouver, March 12, 2019.
Reder, Deanna. “Reading the Indigenous Archive” for Developing Minds Through Reading and Writing: Practical Strategies for Critical Thinking in the Curriculum”, SFU, Vancouver, Feb. 15, 2019.         
Reder, Deanna. Witnessing Resurgence: Self-Determination and Allyship for the 15th Annual Meeting, Emerging Scholars’ Forum, Association for Canadian Studies in German-Speaking Countries, University of Bern, Switzerland. June 30, 2018.
Reder, Deanna. Trent University Indigenous Research Day: “The People and the Text: Recovering Neglected Indigenous Work,” Peterborough, Ontario, Nov. 21, 2017. 
Reder, Deanna. “Not Simply Recovered, Read, and Told”, at the Untold Stories of the Past 150 Years, the Centre for Canadian Studies, University College Dublin, April 29, 2017.
Fee, Margery. “Lives We Overlooked: Framing Indigenous Life Stores.” Green College, UBC. Brenda and David McLean Chair Lectures, 16 March 2017.
Fee, Margery. “Writing We Didn’t Read: Manifestos, Declarations and Other Collective Texts.” Green College, UBC Brenda and David McLean Chair Lectures, 9 March 2017.
Fee, Margery. “Stories We Didn’t Hear: Controlling Traditional Oral Stories.” Green College, UBC. Brenda and David McLean Chair Lectures, 9 Feb 2017.