“Ideology versus pragmatism: contradictions in theory and practice of the new German Right”. Paper delivered to the 4th annual conference on Alternative Futures and Popular Protest, Manchester Metropolitan University, 15th-17th April 1998. Also listed in volume of proceedings (ISBN: 1899927115)
“Germany’s red-green coalition: the realisation of Dutschke’s “long march through the institutions”?” Paper delivered to the 5th annual conference on Alternative Futures and Popular Protest, Manchester Metropolitan University, 29th-31st March 1999. Also listed in volume of proceedings (ISBN: 1899927131).
“Right-wing Populism and the vision of an organic European Community: Germany’s New Right as a case study”. Paper delivered to the 6th annual conference on Alternative Futures and Popular Protest, Manchester Metropolitan University, 25th-27th April 2000. Also listed in volume of proceedings (ISBN:1899927204)
“A Role for Social Networking in the Support of Teaching and Learning?” Paper delivered at the annual conference of the PSA Teaching and Learning sub-group, Cardiff, September 2011. A development on this paper was presented at the PSA annual conference in Belfast, April 2012.
“Simulating EU Policy Making”. A paper proposal submitted for consideration to the HEA Social Sciences Conference, May 28-29 2012. A development on this paper was presented as part of a panel on teaching and learning at the UACES conference in Passau, September 2012, The EUSA conference in Baltimore, May 2013, and a Jean Monnet funded workshop on simulations at the University of Mainz, September 2013.
“A Poster about Posters”. Showcase and paper presented to the annual conference of the PSA Teaching and Learning sub-group, Hull, September 2012, and the PSA annual conference, Cardiff, April 2013. This material was also delivered to Politics colleagues at the University of Nottingham in a teaching and learning workshop in February 2013.
Demonstration of the use of social networking to support student learning outside the classroom. De Montfort University, Teaching and Learning Conference; “The Changing Face of Student Learning”, September 2012.
“Clickers and Twitterers: Reshaping Assessment and Feedback Practices through Technology”. Paper presented to the APSA Teaching and Learning Conference, Philadelphia, February 2014.
“Ways to Support and Improve Undergraduate Research”. Workshop at the First International Conference on Teaching and Learning in Politics, International Relations, and European Studies. Maastricht, June 2014.
“Supporting and Assessing Student Reflections on Employability”.Paper presented to the PSA/BISA Teaching and Learning Conference, Bristol, September 2014.
“Using Short Term Enhancement Activities to Develop Student Employability”. Paper presented to the BISA annual conference, London 2015. This presentation was also delivered to colleagues at DMU during the first “Great Ideas on Employability”conference in May 2015.