2018. Keynote. Spatial Humanities 2018. Lancaster University.
2017. Keynote Provocation. “If I were starting MoEML again…: Planning for Linked Data and Digital Preservation.” Linked Pasts III: New Voices, Old Places. Stanford Humanities Center. December 4, 2017.
2016. Workshop. Janelle Jenstad, Joseph Takeda, and Tye Landels-Gruenewald. “How to Do Things With 6000 Toponyms: MoEML Mines DEEP.” University of British Columbia, October 2016.
2016. Invited Plenary Panellist. “Catch, Tag, and Release.” Paper for “The Great Work Begins: EEBO/ TCP in the Wild,” organized by Jonathan Hope for Shakespeare Association of America in 2016.
2015. Demystifying DH series. “Building a Digital Gazetteer of Shakespeare’s London.” Queen’s University. 2015-02-28.
2015. Workshop Leader. “Research-Based Learning and DH Projects: MoEML’s Pedagogical Partnership.” Centre for Teaching and Learning. Queen’s University. 2015-02-28.
2015. Hudson Strode Visiting Speaker. “Building a Digital Gazetteer for Shakespeare’s London.” University of Alabama. 2015-02-24.
2014. Sophie Kerr Lecture. “Building a Digital Gazetteer for Shakespeare’s London.” Washington College, Chestertown, MD. Sponsored by the Sophie Kerr Committee, the Center for Environment & Society, and the Geographic Information Systems Program.
2014. Workshop Leader. “Prophets without Honour? Giving and Getting Credit for Digital Scholarship.” Bucknell University.
2014. Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Speaker (New Horizons series): “Mapping Geo-Cultural Spaces in Early Modern London.” Bucknell University.
2013. Catapult Lecture. “Networks and Neighbourhoods in Early Modern London.” Catapult Center for Digital Humanities and Computational Analysis, Indiana University. October 28.
2013. Position Paper for Workshop on Mapping Geo-Cultural Space: GIS, Spatial Narratives, and Interdisciplinarity, University of Queensland, August 8–9. Via Skype.
2013. “Looking for the Forest in XML Trees, or, Where’s London in the Map of Early Modern London?” GW Digital Humanities Symposium. Washington, DC.
2012. Keynote. “The Pleasures and Perils of Starting a DH Project: Reflections on Gender, Work, and Tenure from an Accidental Digital Humanist.” Humanities Computing Conference. University of Alberta.
2011. Public lecture. “Mapping the Literary Culture of Early Modern London.” IRCL. Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier, France. Public lecture.
2009. “Map of Early Modern London: Project Demonstration and Reflections.” “New Directions in Digital Humanities Scholarship” Symposium. Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) and Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
1997. “Theatre, Commodity Culture, and the Goldsmiths’ Company Records,” MA Course, History of Design, Victoria and Albert Museum / Royal College of Art, London, UK. Workshop leader.
1997. “Goldsmiths on Page and Stage in Early Modern London.” Renaissance Decorative Arts and Culture 1400-1650 Research Seminar Series. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, U.K. Public lecture.