• ‘Film Music in Concert: Who is it for?’, Film Music Between the Movies and the Concert Hall, University of Graz, Austria.
• ‘Tolkien before Jackson: The Music of the Animated Lord of the Rings and Hobbit films’, Sound on Screen II, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford.
• ‘Student-Choice Lectures: A Co-Produced Curriculum’, Oxford Brookes University International Teaching and Learning Conference 2023, Oxford.
• ‘Commonalities and Contrasts in the Music of Middle-Earth on Screen’, Music and the Moving Image XIX, Steinhardt NYU, New York City, USA
• ‘Musical Exoticism and Cultural Appropriation in Depictions of the Non-Human in The Lord of the Rings Online’, Ludo2023, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh.
•‘New sounds of a galaxy far, far away: inspirations, influences, and departures from John Williams in The Mandalorian (2019-), The Book of Boba Fett (2021), and Obi-Wan Kenobi (2022)’, John Williams, dernier des symphonistes?, Université d’Évry-Val-d’Essonne Paris-Saclay / Université de Versailles, France.
• ‘“That sounds just like the film!”: Intertextuality, Inspiration, and Imitation in Video Game Adaptations of Films’, RMA Annual Conference, Durham.
• Peak Television, ‘Off-Peak’ Scores: Establish the ‘peakness’ of music in Stranger Things (2016 – ), Tales From the Loop (2020), and Y: The Last Man (2021)’, Scoring Peak TV, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester.
• ‘The Traumantic Soundtrack: Film Music as Trauma and Traumatic Catharsis’, Music/Sound Through the Lens of Trauma, University of Utrecht, Netherlands.
• ‘Seriously Funny Music: the use of “serious” music for comedic effect in film’, BARN Virtual Colloquia, online.
• ‘Considering Hanns Eisler’s score to Nuit et Brouillard (1955)’, Sound on Screen I, Oxford Brookes University.
• ‘Film Music and Trauma’, RMA Annual Conference, RNCM/University of Manchester.
• ‘The Boys are Back in Town: Scarborough Athletic, and the sounds of exile and homecoming’, Get some chalk on your boots! The sounding cultures of football, Oxford Brookes University.
• ‘Three Germanies, One Holocaust: coming to terms with the past through film in East, West, and reunified Germany’, Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation, University of Oxford.
• ‘Soundtracks of Sanctuary: Musical Numbers as Escapism in Holocaust Cinema’, When The Music Takes Over, University of Salzburg, Austria.
• ‘Scoring the Holocaust: film music and the ethics of sentimentality’, RMA Annual Conference, University of Liverpool.
• ‘Music in German Holocaust cinema: politics and soundtracks in East, West and reunified Germany’, British Association for Holocaust Studies Annual Conference, UCL, London.
•‘The Resistant Soundtrack: the role of film music in promoting on-screen and offscreen resistance to genocide’, Music as Resistance to Genocide Workshop, USC SF Centre for Advanced Genocide Research, Los Angeles, USA.
• ‘Soundtracks of Shame? The function of film music in German Holocaust cinema’, Music and the Moving Image X, Steinhardt NYU, New York City, USA.
• ‘Film, Music, Politics: Composing for Holocaust Cinema in Germany’, The Holocaust and the Contemporary World, Krakow, Poland.
• ‘“What’s with the music?!” Incongruous Film Music and the Subversion of Audience Expectation’, Cutting Edge Postgraduate Conference, Edge Hill University.
• ‘The Music of Middle-Earth: Musical Representations of a Fictional World’, Music and Movies: National and Transnational Approaches, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
• ‘Film music as Holocaust memorialisation in the 21st Century’, The Future of the Past: Representing the Holocaust, Genocide and Mass Trauma in the 21st Century, Deakin University and the Jewish Holocaust Centre, Melbourne, Australia
• ‘The Jew Scored – The representation of Jewishness in German Holocaust film music’, Cutting Edge Postgraduate Conference, Edge Hill University.
• ‘Film Music as Holocaust memorialisation since 1980’, Memory in Post-1980s Music, University of York.
• ‘Holocaust film music in Germany: issues and theories’, PhD Conference, German Historical Institute, London.
• ‘Wiedergutmachung durch Filmmusik: The German film soundtrack and its role in coming to terms with the past’, RMA Research Students Conference, University of Birmingham.
• ‘Ethics and Empathy in Holocaust film music’, SEMPRE Music and Empathy Study Day, University of Hull.
• ‘Scoring the Holocaust’, Ethnicity, Race and Racism Symposium, Edge Hill University.
• ‘Film Music and the Holocaust’, War and Displacement Conference, Fremdspracheninstitut der Stadt München, Munich, Germany.
• ‘Hearing Atrocity’, Screening Atrocity Postgraduate Workshop, Newcastle University.
• ‘Scoring the Holocaust’, RMA Research Students Conference, University of Southampton.
• ‘Scoring the Holocaust: issues of musical representation in Holocaust film’, Music and Genocide Conference, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland.
• ‘Scoring the Holocaust: an introduction to issues of musical representation’, 3rd Postgraduate Symposium, Department of Theatre, Film and Television, University of York.