- The Shopkeepers of St Dunstan’s: From Blind Veterans to Businessmen and Breadwinners, Voluntary Action History Society research seminar, TBC September 2021
- Charity Retail in Modern Britain and Ireland: Historical Perspectives with Dr Georgina Brewis (UCL), Dr Sarah Roddy (Maynooth University), Ruth Macdonald (Salvation Army International Heritage Centre) and Robin Osterley (Charity Retail Association), Social History Society Online, 9.30-11am, Thursday 8 July 2021
- The Meanings of Buying and Selling Second-Hand in Modern Britain with Dr Henry Irving (Leeds Beckett University), Dr Cheryl Roberts (Royal College of Art) and Dr Natalie Mann (University of Warwick), Secondhand Cultures in Unsettled Times virtual symposium, 15-16 June 2021
‘Social Enterprise as Self Help: The Blind Shopkeepers of St Dunstan’s’ for the Social History Society in June 2020 – starts at 14.45
- Teaching the History of Voluntary Action with Dr Helen McCarthy, Liverpool (September 2013)
- Making Connections: Transnational Networks in European Welfare History with Prof Virginia Crossman, Oxford (March 2012)
- Social Work, Health and the Home: New Directions in Historical Research with Prof John Stewart, Glasgow – Wellcome History (December 2011), p. 16.
- Medicine and Charity in History in VAHS New Researchers workshop series, Oxford (February 2009)
- History of Medicine Research Student Conference, with Michael Stanley-Baker, London (June 2008)
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