11-14 September 2014: 'Australia'10: The World Beyond the 'Englishness' of the Kinks in the 1960s
('Worlds of Popular Music', IASPM Conference 2014, University College Cork, Ireland)
30 July 2014: ‘We Are the Village Green Preservation Society’9: Olde England in 1960s Pop Music
(European Popular Culture Association Conference, University of the Arts, London)
10-13 April 2014: 'All Gone to Look For America'8: National Identity in the Sounds of California
(59th Annual BAAS Conference, University of Birmingham)
7-8 December 2013: 'American Tune'7: Transnational Identities and 1960s American Popular Music
('Homeward Bound': Nation, Belonging and the American Home, BAAS Postgraduate Conference, University of Nottingham)
18 June 2013: 'Pleasant Valley Sunday'6: The California Myth and the American Dream in 1960s Music
('Myth-Making: From Medusa to Madonna', University of Warwick)
27-30 March 2013: Music and American National Identity in the 1960s
(National PCA/ACA Conference, Washington, DC, USA)
24 November 2012: 'California Dreamin''5: Music, Memory and National Identity In the 1960s
('Memory: America Past, Present and Future', BAAS Postgraduate Conference, University of Leicester)
4-5 October 2012: Having A Cuppa Tea Sitting In An English Garden From Soho Down to Brighton: Representations of 'English' National Identity In the Works of the Beatles, Kinks and Who ('Love Me Do: The Beatles At Fifty', Loughborough University)
5-7 September 2012: 'Come Together'4: The Shared and Diverse Geographies of America and Britain During the British Invasion
('Imagining Communities Musically: Putting Popular Music In Its Place', IASPM Conference 2012, University of Salford)
31 May-1 June 2012: 'Here, There and Everywhere'3: (Re)Interpreting the 'British Invasion'
(Warwick History Postgraduate Conference, University of Warwick)
24-26 May 2012: 'Sail Across the Atlantic to Be Where You Belong'2: Anglo-American Music Exchange During the British Invasion
('Atlantic History Since 1789', Boston University-Warwick, University of Warwick)
19 April 2012: 'A Long Way From Home'1: Reanalysing the Myth of the 'British Invasion'
(Strathclyde University Seminar Series)
15 March 2012: The Foreign Influence of American Music During the British Invasion
(Americas Research Group Postgraduate Conference, University of Newcastle)
24 Januray 2014: Popular Music Pedagogy in Higher Education, University of Edinburgh
12 November 2011: 'American Frontiers', BAAS Postgraduate Conference, University of Birmingham
1 April 2014: 'Writing for a non-academic audience', University of Warwick
2 May 2013: 'Getting Published', on behalf of Retrospectives
('Getting grants, Getting published and Staying sane? Life after the Phd', History Lab Plus, University of Birmingham)
Read Natalie Cox’s report.
 Kinks, 'Australia', Arthur: Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire, 1969.
 Kinks, 'The Village Green Preservation Society', The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, 1968.
 Simon & Garfunkel, 'America', Bookends, 1968.
 Paul Simon, 'American Tune', There Goes Rhymin’ Simon, 1973
 Monkees, 'Pleasant Valley Sunday', Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd., 1967.
 Mamas and the Papas, 'California Dreamin'', If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears, 1966.
 Beatles, 'Come Together', Abbey Road, 1970.
 Beatles, 'Here, There and Everywhere', Revolver, 1966.
 Beatles, 'Honey Pie', The Beatles, 1968.
 Kinks, 'A Long Way From Home', Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One, 1970.