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  • ‘Singing the Revolution: Illustrated Songsheets, 1789-95’, Society for the Study of French History Annual Conference, 12 July 2014, Durham University.
  • L’enjambée impériale’, Napoleon’s Last Stand: Popular Reactions to Napoleon’s 100 days in Print, Satire, Song and Theatre, 1st July 2014, University of Warwick.
  • ‘L’art de la supercherie: la science et les charlatans dans les estampes révolutionnaires’, Colloque ‘Théâtre et charlatans aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, un art de la mise en scène ?’, 24-25 April 2014, Université de Paris 3 – Sorbonne-Nouvelle.
  • [Chair] ‘Crossing the Channel: Re-thinking Anglo-French Cultural Exchange’, BSECS10 January 2014, St Hugh’s College, Oxford University, Oxford.
  • ‘Why is Theatre Revolutionary? The Marriage of Marat and Beaumarchais in Revolutionary prints’, IAS Colloquium, 8 March 2012, University of Warwick.
  • ‘Théâtre de l’ombre: Visions of Afterlife in Prints of the French Revolution’, Department of French Studies Postgraduate Conference, 9 March 2012, University of Warwick.
  • ‘The Spectacle of Science: the Art of Illusion in Prints of the French Revolution’, British Society for the History of Science Postgraduate Conference4-6 January 2012, University of Warwick.
  • ‘The Spectacle of Science: the Art of Illusion in Prints of the French Revolution’, Arts Faculty Seminar Series, 16 November 2011, University of Warwick.
  • ‘Le Monde à L’Envers: The Rôle of the Carnivalesque in prints of the Fête de la Fédération of 1790’, Society for the Study of French History Annual Conference, 14-15 July 2011, Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge
  • ‘The Spectacle of Science: (dis)illusion in prints of the French Revolution’, Department of French Studies Postgraduate Conference, 11 March 2011, University of Warwick.
  • Hercules versus Harlequin: The Conflicting Images of Festivals in the French Revolution’, The French Revolution in 2010: the Bicentenary comes of age?, 5-6 July 2010, University of Portsmouth
  • ‘Topsy Turvy: The Rôle of the Carnivalesque in the Fête de la Fédération of 1790’, Transgressions and its limits29-30 May 2010, University of Stirling.

Impact Talks

  • Waddesdon Manor, 6 October 2011, Special Interest Day: Can You Judge a Book by its Cover: Magnificent Books and Bindings at Waddesdon.
  • Widening Participation, 25 May and 11 July 2012, Revolution!
  • History of Art in the Pub, 21 August 2012, Caricaturing Charlatans: Depictions of Science in French Revolutionary Prints.
  • Beaconsfield Twinning Association AGM, 24 November 2012, Diderot, La Religieuse, and the French Revolution.
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