Wild is the Wolf – All about a wolf in 18th-century Wilton, and its links to the history of science. History Today: Miscellanies, Jan 2019.
Hidden in Plain Sight – Lost parklands with lasting aesthetic. Question blog, Dec 2017.
Archaeologies of Novichok in Salisbury. Post Medieval Congress 2019, 22-24 March, Glasgow.
Beyond the Pale: hare hunting and class tension in the post-medieval period, British Agricultural History Society spring conference, 8-10 April, Nottingham.
Piebalds, Jobb Horses and a Horse called Chance: Horses on an 18th century estate. 1st Annual Equine History Collective Conference, 30 Nov – 2 Dec, California, USA.
Lasting Impressions, Landscapes Rediscovered, Figures in the Landscape research cluster postgraduate symposium, 1 June, Cardiff.
No beast hath more glory: hunting the brown hare 1600-1800, PGR Conference, 23-24 April, Exeter.
Protected Privilege: the historical archaeology of hare hunting, Post Medieval Congress 2018, 23-25 March, Bristol.