‘The Female Detective in Fact and Fiction’, Criminal Heritage: Crime, Fiction and History conference, Leeds Beckett University, September 2017

‘”History is just journalism”: How the history of journalism can help us write a more creative history’, Creative Histories conference, University of Bristol, July 2017

‘The Hampstead Murder: Press Depictions of a Murderess in Fin de Siècle London’, Lives, Trials and Executions: Perspectives on Crime conference, Liverpool John Moores University, May 2017

‘CSI: Baker Street – Sherlock Holmes and the development of crime scene techniques in late Victorian times’, Archives at Night: Victorian Crime evening, The National Archives, October 2016

‘Quiet Women’s Row: Press perceptions of gender and crime in a Victorian dockside street’, British Crime Historians Symposium, University of Edinburgh, October 2016

‘Women, theft and summary proceedings in rural England during the long eighteenth century’, British Crime Historians Symposium, University of Liverpool, September 2014

‘”I will have the bloody justices’ heads off”: riot, community and the magistracy in Wapping, 1798′, European Social Science History Conference, University of Vienna, April 2014

‘Sex And The Eighteenth Century Girl: Attitudes Towards Sex In The Notebooks Of Provincial Magistrates’, British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies conference, St Hugh’s College, Oxford, January 2013

‘”For Better, For Worse”: Exploring Attitudes Towards Marital Violence in the English Press in the Long Eighteenth Century’, British Crime Historians Symposium, Open University, Milton Keynes, September 2012

‘Women, Relationships And The Summary Process In Georgian England’, European Social Science History Conference, University of Glasgow, April 2012

‘Marital Relations In An Elite Household: Evidence From The Notebook Of Richard Wyatt, JP’, Social History Society conference, University of Brighton, April 2012

‘Coverage Of Domestic Violence In The English Press During The Long Eighteenth Century’, History Research Seminar, University of Northampton, March 2012