March 2010, University of Kent, Forging Connections:Defining Identities Through Text, 'Unlearning the Constellations: Celebrating Failure in the Poetry of Jack Gilbert'
June 2012, Warwick University, English Postgraduate Symposium, '“Reading is Eating on the Sly”: Victorian Metaphors of Reading and Food Adulteration in the Nineteenth Century'
January 2013, University of Lincoln, Victorian Knowing and Looking (MIVSS), '“On the white paper, the smooth wax, of our ingenuous souls”: Impression and Memory in Walter Pater’s ‘The Child in the House’
May 2013, Oxford University, 'Object': English Graduate Conference, “His heart had beat inside that coat, and his brain had worked under that hat”: Affirming identity through touch in Hardy’s ‘An Imaginative Woman’
July 2013, University of Birmingham, 'Books, Authors, Audiences' (MIVSS), "Golden Dreams of Sinful Pleasure": Women’s Reading and Barrier Transgression in the Nineteenth Century
July 2013, Birkbeck, University of London, Victorian Tactile Imagination, “His heart had beat inside that coat, and his brain had worked under that hat”: Affirming identity through touch in Hardy’s ‘An Imaginative Woman’
June 2014, University of Warwick, Faith and Feeling, “Why should you starve your mind in that way?”: Faith, Feeling and Reading in George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss
July 2014, VPFA conference, Senate House, Victorian Treasures and Trash, “Let’s Read All the Books Again. We Shall Get Lots of Ideas Out of Them”: Reading and the Search for Treasure in Edith Nesbit’s The Treasure Seekers