2016: “Romancing the Who” PCA/ACA 2015 National Conference, Seattle, WA, March 2016.

2015: “La question des adhérents: les membres de deux associations écossaises a Montréal, 1890-1950”, IHAF, Montréal, October 2015.

2015: “The Family Farm: Transatlantic Strategy and the Newall Family of Dumfries, Scotland and Cornwall, Ontario,” Poster Session, Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting, Ottawa, June 2015.

2013: Doctor Who Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration Conference, panellist, DePaul University, Chicago, May 2013.

2013: “What of Doctor Who? Fan Opinions and Habits” PCA/ACA 2013 National Conference, Washington DC, March 2013.

2012: Doctor Who Regeneration panellist, Doctor Who Society of Canada, Toronto, October 2012.

2012: “Itchy Feet: Understanding the Emigrations of the Paulin Family from Henley-on-Thames to Points Far and Wide, and Back Again,” British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa, October 2012.

2012: “National Identity and Identifiers in Doctor Who” PCA/ACA 2012 National Conference, Boston, MA, April 2012.

2011:“Entre les tensions et les groupes de pression: les Britanniques de Montreal au temps des Rebellions” in Groupes de Pression, Université Laval, March 2011.

2011: “Trajectories: The Experience of Three British Families Immigration to Canada, 1832-1920″ at the Ottawa Historical Association, January 2011.

2010: “The Master: The Evolution of the Doctor’s Arch-enemy,”  PCA/ACA 2010 National Conference, St. Louis, MO, April 2010

2010: “The Importance of Being English: English National Identity in British Montreal, 1808-1864,” Locating the Hidden  Diaspora, Northumbria University, Newcastle-on-Tyne, July 2010.

2010: “When the Saints go Marching in: l’expansion des societes nationales a Montreal au XIXe siecle” at Institut d’Histoire de l’Amerique Francaise, Universite d’Ottawa, October 2010.

2009: “Robert Burns as a Symbol of Montreal Scottish Identity, 1801-1875,” 2009 Scottish Studies Fall Colloquium, Centre for Scottish Studies, University of Guelph, 26 September 2009.

2009: “Robert Burns as a Symbol of Montreal Scottish Identity, 1801-1875,” Robert Burns and the Scottish Diaspora Conference, Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 2009.

2009: “La construction d’un communauté irlandaise à Montréal, 1800-1850,” ACFAS, Université d’Ottawa, mai 2009.

2009:  “With WHOm He Travels: The Companions of Doctor Who” at the PCA/ACA 2009 National Conference, New Orleans, April 2009.

2008: “John Patrick Cuddy: Irlandais, Montréalais, bourgeois.  Les réseaux d’une famillie immigrante au dix-neuvième siècle.”  IHAF, Quebec City, October 2008.

2008: “Spinning the Doctor: from K-9 and Company to The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood” at the PCA/ACA 2008 National Conference, San Francisco, March 2008.

2008: “Celebrating Ireland and Scotland: Public Identity and Commemorations in British Montreal, 1800-1850″ at Diaspora Conference Series: Intellectual Frontiers, ARHC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen,23 February 2008.

2007: “The Canadians are Coming! A Patriot’s Guide to the Canadians SF/F Conspiracy” at PCA/ACA  2007 National Conference, Boston, April 2007.

2006: “The Importance of Being English?” Social Organisation and Ethnic Identity in British Montreal, 1800-1850″ at Toronto Area Early Canada and Colonial North America Seminar Series, University of Toronto, 28 September 2006.

2006:  “Voluntary Association Formation in Early Nineteenth-Century Montreal,” at the Canadian Historical Association, 85th Annual Meeting, York University, Toronto, 29 May 2006.

2006: “Doctor Who New and Old: Remaking a Science Fiction Classic for a New Generation” at PCA/ACA 2006 National Conference, Atlanta, April 2006.

2005:“L’Importance d’être Anglais? Identité ethnique et l’organisation sociale  Montréal britannique, 1800-1850″ at La Société historique de Montréal, Musée de Pointe-à-Callière, 3 December 2005.

2005:   Contributor (interviewed), “Past Lives, Series 5″ BBC Radio Scotland, aired the  22nd September 2005.

2005: “Le jour de St-Patrice, Montréal, 1836” at Ville, religion, transformation: 72e Congrès de la Société canadienne d’histoire de l’Église catholique, Montreal, September 2005.

2003:               “British Identity and Ethnic Associations in Early Nineteenth Century Montreal” at British World Conference II, University of Calgary, July 2003.

2003: “Scotsmen forget Scotlan’ sae far as to gie up a custom that brought them a thigether: The Scots in Montreal and their Quest to Stay Scottish” at Montreal-Glasgow: An interdisciplinary Conference, University of Glasgow, March 2003.

2003:  “Le Curling, le haggis, le loyalisme, la St-Andrew’s et ses celebrations au sources de l’identité écossaises à Montréal au 19e siècle” Groupe de recherche sur l’histoire de Montréal, UQAM, March 2003.

2002:               Table Ronde: “Créateurs de mémoires; créateurs d’identité” at 55e Congrès de l’Institut d’histoire de l’Amérique française, Sherbrooke, October 2002.

2002: “Montreal’s Mayoralty: Ethnicity and Politics in the Nineteenth Century (1832-1898)” at Sixth International Conference on Urban History, Edinburgh, September 2002.

2002: “Scottish Identity and British Loyalty in Early Nineteenth Century Montreal” at The Scots in Montreal and Canada, McCord Museum, Montreal, May 2002.

2002: “Community and Identity in Ninteenth Century Montreal: the Founding of Saint Patrick’s Church (1817-1847),”  (Guest speaker) at the Canadian Centre for Irish Studies, Concordia University, Montreal, April 5, 2002.

2001:               “L’identité ethnique dans les célébrations britanniques à Montréal au dix-neuvième siècle” at 54e Congrès de l’Institut d’histoire de l’Amérique française- Le Centre et les Périphéries, Ottawa, October 2001.

2001: “Communauté et identité: la fondation de l’église de Saint-Patrice de Montréal, 1817-1847″ at 8e Colloque Annuel du Département d’Histoire de l’Université de Montréal.  AEDDHUM, March 2001.

2000:               “The Irish Roman Catholics of Montreal in Body Assembled: Ethnic Identity and  Separate Worship in Montreal” at Constructions identitaires pratiques sociales:   Colloque en hommage  à Pierre Savard, University of Ottawa, October 2000.

2000:  “Irish Identity and the Founding of Saint Patrick’s, Montreal” at Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta, May 2000.