Hatef, A., & Luqiu, L. R. (2018). Orientalism, gender, and media representation: A textual analysis of Afghan women in US, Afghan, and Chinese media. Presented at the 2018 International Communication Association conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Hatef, A., (2018). Examining the construction of Roma identity, voice, and representation. International Communication Association (Pre-conference organizer), Brno, Czech Republic. 

Hatef, A., & Luqiu, L. R. (2016). One belt, one road: Where does Afghanistan fit in China’s grand project? Presented at the 2016 Global Fusion conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA. 

Berberick, S., & Hatef, A. (2016) Critical race pedagogy in graduate-led communications classrooms. Presented at the 2016 Union for Democratic Communications conference, Detroit, MI, USA.

Hatef, A., & Cooke, T. (2016). From Radio Shariat to Afghan Star: Afghanistan’s transitional media system. Presented at the 2016 International Association for Media and Communication Research conference, Leicester, United Kingdom.

Hatef, A. (2016). “The most feminist show on television”: A feminist analysis of British crime drama "The Fall." Presented at the 2016 International Association for Media and Communication Research conference, Leicester, United Kingdom.

Hatef, A. (2016). Social media as spaces of resistance for Afghan women. Presented at the 2016 International Communication Association conference, Fukuoka, Japan.

Hatef, A., & Aupperle, A. (2016). Everyone’s replaceable: Motherhood and the commodification of childhood in Lifetime’s Dance Moms. Presented at the 2016 Popular Culture Association conference, Seattle, WA, USA. 

Hatef, A. (2016). The post-feminist politics of the global cosmetic surgery industry. Presented at the 2016 Pennsylvania State University’s Women’s Studies Graduate Organization conference, State College, PA, USA.

Hatef, A. (2015) From under the veil to under the knife: Women, global beauty, and cosmetic surgery in Afghanistan. Presented at the 2015 International Association for Media and Communication Research conference, Montreal, Canada. 

Liebler, C., Hatef, A., & Munno, G. (2014). Domestic violence as entertainment: Gender, role congruity and reality television. Presented at the 2014 Association for Education in Mass Communication and Journalism conference, Montreal, Canada. 

Hatef, A., Liebler, C., & Munno, G. (2013). “It's Not Your Fault, You Didn't Recognize Me”: Acceptability of Domestic Violence on Reality TV. Presented at the 2013 National conference on Health Communication, Marketing and Media, Atlanta, GA, USA. 

Hatef, A., & Kendrat, S. (2013). “Am I pretty?” YouTube Answers. Presented at the 2013 Association for Education Mass Communication and Journalism conference, Washington, D.C.  Also presented at the 2013 Mid-Winter Association for Education in Mass Communication and Journalism conference, Norman, OK, USA.

Kalan, M., Hatef, A., & Fers, C. (2013). “The Fact is I’m Gay.” Coming Out as a Public Figure. Presented at the 2013 Association for Education Mass Communication and Journalism conference, Washington, D.C. Also presented at the 2013 Mid-Winter Association for Education in Mass Communication and Journalism conference, Norman, OK, USA. Highlighted in the Commission on the Status of Women Newsletter