October 2016 What’s a Future for the Past?, Cambridge Festival of Ideas

September 2016 Human > Site > City, Architecture, Archaeology and Contemporary City Planning, London

September 2016 Sustainability and politically-engaged archaeology, World Archaeological Congress, Kyoto, Japan

September 2016 Site-specificity in an international context, World Archaeological Congress, Kyoto, Japan

February 2016 Prospection Goldsmiths University, Department of Archaeology Research Seminar

January 2016 Buildings Archaeology with Non-Archaeologists University of York Heritage Research Seminar

November 2015 Archaeology at the Margins of the City, HTF Annual Conference

September 2015 Buildings Archaeology Without Recording in ‘Creative Archaeologies’, EAA Conference, Glasgow

September 2015 Photographing Buildings in session ‘Photography and Archaeology’, EAA Conference, Glasgow

May 2015 Human-nature relations in built heritage and urban places, present and past, Archaeology, Architecture and Contemporary City Planning, Valencia

March 2015 Archaeology, Architecture and Planning UCL Society of Archaeological Masters Students

January 2015 The Spectre of Non-Completion UCL Research Seminar

June 2014 Archaeology and Public Art in Changing Urban Places Architecture, Archaeology and Contemporary City Planning, Florence

June 2014 Public Art and the Local on a Global Stage World In Denmark 2014: Nordic Encounters, Copenhagen

November 2013 Art and Archaeology in the Urban Landscape – legibility v habitability Sharing the Field: art in the landscape and landscape archaeology, UCL, London

September 2013 Speaker at People Tend To Sit Where There Are Places To Sit: a conversation in public space, Cricklewood, London

September 2013 First World War Art in Context Conflict and the Senses conference, Imperial War Museum, London

September 2013 Speaker at Tools of the City and Movements of Work, The Parlour Showrooms, Bristol

June 2013 An Archaeology of Modernism: The Case of Chapel House Street Estate in session ‘The Problem of Style’, Stylistic Dead Ends? conference, Oxford (with Dan Hicks, Oxford University)

May 2013 Participant in Tate Developmental Seminar on the conservation of Barbara Hepworth’s sculpture studio, St Ives, Cornwall

January 2013  Economies of Duration in Contemporary Archaeology in session ‘In The City: archaeology and the personal experience of urban transition’, SHA conference, Leicester

June 2012  The Spectre of Non-Completion* in session ‘Heritage and the Long-Term Future’, Critical Heritage Studies conference, Gothenburg, Sweden

October 2011 Discussant for Modern Conflict Archaeology conference, University of Bristol

May 2011 Discussant/Chair, Mellon Workshop in Human Creativity, Oxford University Centre for the Environment

April 2011 Chair of debate on ‘The Role of Tradition in Contemporary Art’, part of the ‘England, my England‘ festival, The Brewhouse, Taunton

December 2010  The Spectre of Non-Completion* Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, University of Bristol

December 2010  Is it good? A practical perspective on the art-archaeology relationship Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, University of Bristol

October 2009 The Case of Lakota Postgraduate conference in Modern Conflict Archaeology, University of Bristol

November 2009  Art and Contemporary Archaeology, Future Perfect: Art and Regeneration, Engage

December 2008  Archaeologist-in-Residence in session ‘Archaeological Ontologies’ Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, University of Southampton (with Lisa Hill)

December 2008  The role of flowerpots, lampposts and nightclubs in the creation and affirmation of identities in contemporary central Bristol in session ‘A Dynamic Relationship: exploring the complexities of representation in the museum/heritage experience. Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, University of Southampton

November 2008  Heritage…whose is it? The case of Lakota Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory conference, University College London

November 2008 Chair of a four lecture series on public art and urban planning at Arnolfini, Bristol

July 2008  Convenor of session ‘Method and the Machine: theorising an archaeological approach to technical processes’. World Archaeological Congress, University College Dublin (with Brent Fortenberry)

June 2008  Through the looking glass, and what the Archaeologist found there AHRC Landscape and Environment Network symposium, University of Bristol

April 2008  An Archaeological Avant-Garde Crossing Paths and Sharing Tracks, Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology, University of Leicester

March 2008 Panel member at AHRS Landscape and Environment Network event, University of Bristol

December 2007  Planes, trains and automobile collision scenarios in session ‘The Archaeology of Ephemerality’ Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, University of York

December 2007 Convenor of session ‘Fragmenting Archaeology, or; Taking a Leaf out of Shanks and Tilley’s Book’ Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, University of York

November 2007  Art, heritage and local identity in changing urban places Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory Conference, ARCUS, Sheffield

April 2007  Art and heritage in Bristol Broadmead “Not Yet…” Public Art and Heritage in the Context of Urban Renewal Conference, Arnolfini, Bristol

February 2007  Panel member at AHRC Landscape and Environment Network ‘Living in a Material World’ Seminar; ‘Text/Event/Image’, University of Bristol

January 2007  Public Art and Heritage in the Context of Urban Renewal Preserving Our Past Research Cluster ‘Consensus or Collision’, St Benet’s Hall, Oxford

November 2006 Approaching modern material on developer funded projects, Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory Conference, University of Bristol

December 2005 Archaeology, tours and performance in session ‘Archaeology and Tours’, Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, University of Sheffield

December 2005  Convenor of session ‘Archaeology and Tours’, Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, University of Sheffield (with Sarah May)

July 2005  Archaeological Approaches to the Heritage Tour Tourism and Performance Conference, Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change, Sheffield Hallam University (with Sarah May)

December 2004  Convenor of ‘Speed Conference’ session, Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, University of Glasgow (with Jane Ruffino, Sam Hardy and Tomas Kador)

December 2003  The Importance of ‘the Global’ in British Historical Archaeology in session, ‘Why all this ‘CHAT’ about British Historical Archaeology’, Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, University of Wales, Lampeter

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