As a vocal participant in the dialogue regarding art, dance, dance technique, and dance pedagogy, Ms. Gleich lectures and publishes regularly on these various subjects.

Digital Dance Research:
Hacking the [Dancing] Body, Prague Dance Hackathon organized by the EuropeanaSpace project. Awarded Best Use of Europeana Database with project partner, cybershaman, Ivor Diosi. November 21, 2015.
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Papers:
May 2016: Contemporary Ballet is a Liminal State: Reflection and Refraction. Co-presented with Molly Faulkner, PhD. Contemporary Ballet: Exchanges, Connections and Directions, NYU Center for Ballet and the Arts and Barnard College, NYC.

July 2015: Creatively Assessing Creativity. Presented at Developing quality feedback and assessment literacy in dance. Middlesex University Annual Teaching and Learning Conference 9th July, 2015. Presenting with Dr. Lise Uytterhoeven and Josephine Leaske. Middlesex University, London.

May 2015: CounterPointe: Women Make Work. Contemporary ballet – global economies and cultural/national exchanges. SDHS/CORD Conference. Cut and Paste:  Dance Advocacy in the Age of Austerity. Presented on a panel with Dr. Kathrina Farrugia and Dr. Ann Nugent. Athens, Greece.

October 2014: Is Popular Dance Beautiful? A Method to Assess Pleasure in Dance. Co-presented with Dr. Denis Pelli. PoP Moves: Performances of the Popular, Dancing the Politics of Pleasure. Royal Halloway, University of London, UK.

June 2014: A Choreographer and an Analyst Walk into a Barre, a performance in theory. Co-presented with Fenella Kennedy. Performing Process: Sharing Practice symposium. Coventry University, UK.

June 2014:  Ghosts & Spectres in Dance HE. Presented with Dr. Avanthi Meduri aGleich Dances, Julia K Gleich, researchnd Dr. Lise Uytterhoeven. The Higher Education Academy Conference, Manchester, UK.

July 2013:  Shaping Dissertation Research in Dance and Music Theatre. Presented with London Studio Centre faculty. The Death of the Dissertation? 21st Century Approaches to Critical Enquiry. Middlesex University, UK.

June 2011:  Innovation in Ballet Using Vectors. CORPS de Ballet International Conference, University of Missouri at Kansas City.

October 2008: Vectors, magnitude, acceleration/deceleration or impact/impulse: a constrained model for analysing and developing movement in ballet, presented with Dr Valerie Preston-Dunlop.  Laban International Conference,Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, UK.

June 2003: Three Degrees of Abstraction: An Idea-Generating Workshop about the Use of Language in Ballet Pedagogy, presented with Molly Faulkner. CORPS de Ballet International Conference, Ailey School, New York, NY.

June 2002: Encountering Ballet Through Improvisation, presented with Molly Faulkner. CORPS de Ballet International Conference, Western Michigan University.

June 2001: Creating Thinking Dancers, presented with Molly Faulkner. CORPS de Ballet International Conference, School of Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle, WA.

Panels:
May 2016: Contemporary Ballet, Women and/as Choreographers, Moderated by Professor Lynn Garafola. Contemporary Ballet: Exchanges, Connections and Directions, NYU Center for Ballet and the Arts and Barnard College, NYC.

April 2016: Choreographic Forum discussion of English National Ballet triple bill “She Said.” Society for Dance Research, Sadlers Wells, London.

November 8, 2014: Roundtable: Instigating, creating, and responding. University of Northampton, UK

March 2014: Organiser and speaker. Ghosts and Spectres Discussion Forum. London Studio Centre, UK.

Dec 2012: In Conversation: Memory with Karim Nader, Shimon Attie, and Julia K Gleich, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

Oct 2012: To be a Lady: a panel discussing the challenges of women in the arts, Art Students League, New York, NY

June 2001: Ballet Pedagogy: Current Reflections. CORPS de Ballet International Conference, School of Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle.

June 2001: Teaching Choreography in a University Setting. CORPS de Ballet International Conference, School of Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle.

Published writing:
“Illuminations” in SDHS Conversations Across the Field of Dance Studies: Network of Pointes, Volume XXXV. 2015.

“Generating, analysing, and organizing movement using the mathematical concepts of vectors.” published in The Dynamic Body in Space. Valerie Preston-Dunlop and Lesley-Anne Sayers, ed. Alton, Hampshire, UK: Dancebooks, Ltd. 2010.

“Exorcising Ghosts of Dance.”  DanceUK Healthier Dancer Magazine. Spring 2004.

“Reports from Around the World.” Regisseur for Not Just Any Body & Soul Symposium, The Hague, IADMS Newsletter Vol. 11 No. 2.  Spring 2004.

“Ode to Alexander Bennett” Ballet Review. Winter 2002.