I was Co-organiser of the ‘1215 - 2015: 800 Years of Riot and Protest’ Conference at the University of Winchester, June 2015.
Selected conference papers
“‘To be her men and wear her livery’: Were Women Bastard Feudal Lords?’ International Medieval Studies Congress, Leeds, July 2015.
‘Recording Violence in Late Medieval England’, International Medieval Congress, University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, May 2015.
‘Exporting English Government? IPMs in Scotland and Calais’. Second Inquisitions Port Mortem Conference, Winchester, September 2014.
‘Illegal Livery in the 15th Century: The Identity of the Indicted’. Fifteenth Century Conference, Aberdeen, September 2014.
‘Entourage, Affinity and Usurpation in Fifteenth-Century England’. Kings & Queens 3 – Entourage, Winchester, July 2014.
“‘Unto suche tyme as shal pleas us’: Royal Interference in Criminal Cases in Late 15th Century England. International Medieval Studies Congress, Leeds, July 2014.
‘Ritual and Regulation: Livery in Late Medieval English Towns’. The First Northumbria University Early Career Symposium in the Urban History of Pre-Modern Europe, June 2014.
‘Retaining Rebellion and Disorder in Late Medieval English Towns’. Late Medieval Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, London, February 2014.
‘Enforcing New Laws in Late Medieval England’. International Medieval Studies Congress, Leeds, July 2013.