Coleman, K. Habermas and Art: the Talking Cure, Arts and Creativity: Working on Identity and Difference, 9th Midterm Conference of the RN-Sociology of the Arts, sponsored by the European Sociological Association. Porto, Portugal. September 2016.
Coleman, K. Habermas and the Colonization of the Lifeworld , 9th International Critical Theory Conference of Rome, sponsored by the John Felice Rome Center of Loyola University Chicago. Rome, Italy. May 2016.
Coleman, K. Habermas and Cultural Impoverishment: The Role of Art Museums, 8th International Critical Theory Conference of Rome, sponsored by the John Felice Rome Center of Loyola University Chicago. Rome, Italy. May 2015.
Coleman, K. Art and the Lifeworld: A Habermasian Perspective on Museum Exhibits, Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference. Paper Presentation. Vancouver, Canada. June 2014.
Coleman, K. Art’s New Promise: Emancipation, Empowerment, Enlightenment, or is it just Economics?, American Sociological Association Annual Conference, Thematic Panel Organizer, Presider, and Discussant. Denver, Colorado. August 2012.
Coleman, K. Art and Democracy: When High Met Low at the MoMA, American Sociological Association Annual Conference. Culture Roundtable Presentation. Las Vegas, Nevada. August 2011.
Coleman, K. The Museum of Modern Art and the Project of Modernity, Rockefeller Archive Center Workshop, Arts in Place, Sleepy Hollow, New York. April 2007,
Coleman, K. The Sociology of Art at the Turn of the Century: The Revival of Critical Theory, American Sociological Association Annual Conference, Culture Roundtable Presentation. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. August 2005.
Coleman, K. “The Soul Never Thinks Without Phantasms,” The New School Graduate Faculty Department of Liberal Studies Conference, Words, Images, and The Framing of Social Reality. New School University. April 2005.
Coleman, K. A New Direction for the Sociology of Art, European Sociological Association, Annual Conference of the Sociology of Art, The Art of Comparison. Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. November 2004.