‘Touching’ the Duke of Buckingham: Roman History, Stuart Politics and the example of The Emperor’s Favourite’. Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Washington, USA, 11 April 2009
(Invited Workshop Paper).
‘The Difference that REED makes: Writing the histories of Early Modern English Drama’, ‘Shakespeare after REED’ Workshop, 9th World Shakespeare Conference, Prague, 17-22 July 2011.
‘Adapting Shakespeare for a “dark corner” of the land: The Simpson Players in Jacobean Yorkshire’, ‘Shakespeare: Sources and Adaptation Conference’, University of Cambridge, 9-11 September 2011.
‘Amateur Shakespeare in Jacobean Yorkshire: Or, Shoemakers’ Shakespeare’. Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Boston, USA, 5-7 April 2012.
‘Philip Herbert, the King’s Men, and the Influence of Patrons: A Case Study’ (Seminar Paper). Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, 28-30 March 2013.
‘Beyond the Renaissance Closet: Amateur Playwriting, Manuscript Drama and the Example of The Twice Changed Friar’ (Seminar Paper). Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, St Louis, USA, 10-12 April 2014.
'Shakespeare, the King's Men and Revisiting the theory of "Strong" and "Weak" Acting Companies'. Reforming Shakespeare: 1593 and After Conference, De Montfort University, Leicester, 3 June 2014.
‘Shakespeare and Advertising’ Seminar (Co-organiser with Professor Deborah Cartmell). Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 1-4 April 2015.
‘Digital Shakespeare: Audiences and Scholars’ Seminar (Co-organiser with Professor Suzanne Westfall, Dr Erin Sullivan and Dr Penelope Woods).World Shakespeare Conference of the International Shakespeare Association, King’s College, London, 6 August 2016.
(Invited Keynote Lecture) ‘How chances it they travel? (Hamlet, 2.2.317): Shakespeare & his Plays on Tour’, ‘Shakespeare Lives – Re-reading, Re-writing, Re-contextualising Shakespeare’ Conference, organised by the British Council and Alexandra Ioan Cuza University of Iasi as part of the British Council’s Shakespeare Lives initiative in Iasi, Romania, 27 October 2016.
(Invited Keynote Lecture) ‘Re-Reading Shakespeare’s Richard III: Tragic Hero/Villain?’. ‘Shakespeare Lives – Re-reading, Re-writing, Re-contextualising Shakespeare’ Conference, organised by the British Council and Alexandra Ioan Cuza University of Iasi as part of the British Council’s Shakespeare Lives initiative in Iasi, Romania, 28 October 2016.
‘Negotiating and Representing Court, Country and Self in Caroline Royal Progress Entertainments: The Example of King Charles I’s 1633 Entertainment at Welbeck Abbey’. Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 5-8 April 2017.
‘Entertaining King Charles I on Progress: Ben Jonson’s Love’s Welcome to Bolsover and Courtly Ceremony, Dialogue and Reciprocity’. English Research Seminar, Canterbury Christ Church University, 10 May 2017 (By invitation).
‘Love and Loyalty on Progress: The Earl of Newcastle and Ben Jonson’s 1634 Bolsover Entertainment for King Charles I’. Loyalty to the British Monarchs, c. 1400-1688 Conference, Nottingham University, Nottingham, 24 January 2018.
(Invited Panel Paper) ‘In Search of the Author of the Arbury Hall Plays (MS A414): Evidence, Interpretation and Manuscript Drama’. The International Shakespeare Conference, The Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, Stratford-upon-Avon, 24 July 2018.
‘Compliment and Counsel: King Charles I’s 1633 Royal Entry to Edinburgh’. Performance, Royalty and the Court, 1500-1800. Society for Court Studies Conference. London, Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London, 11-12 April 2019.
‘Anti-Spanish Drama and the Palatine Cause: The King’s Men’s performance of Alphonsus, Emperor of Germany (1636)’. British Shakespeare Association 2019 Conference, Swansea University, 17-20 July 2019.
‘The City as Stage and Monarch as Spectacle: Charles I’s 1641 Royal Entry to London’, Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, 15-18 April 2020 [Shared virtually as the physical conference was cancelled as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.]