Conferences and presentations
A Recipe for a Virtual Conference
Invited presentation, Learning Spaces: Education Conference, Colchester, United Kingdom, 11/1/2018
'The Multiple Meanings of an Eighteenth-Century Caesarean Section'
British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom, 4/1/2018
Chance encounters with the past: crowdsourcing early modern recipes
Invited presentation, Digital History Seminar, London, 12/12/2017
'Recipe Books and Family Histories'
Keynote presentation, Essex History Group, Essex Records Office, 15/11/2017
'Seventeenth-Century Saturday Kitchen, or Hanna Woolley's Recipes for Queen-Like Living Every Day'
Keynote presentation, The Plume Lecture, Thomas Plume's Library, Maldon, 11/11/2017
'Sir Hans Sloane's Supernatural Correspondence'
Keynote presentation, Community Science Programme, Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall, London, 26/10/2017
'Easing Childbirth Pain in Early Modern France'
Invited presentation, Knowledge in Context: Colloquium in Honour of Laurence Brockliss and Colin Jones, Oxford, United Kingdom, 23/9/2017
'What is a Recipe? The Editors' Final Panel Livestreamed'
What is a Recipe? A Virtual Conversation, The Wellcome Library, 10/7/2017
'Historical Pang-Relievers and Birth Quickeners: A Twitter Panel'
What is a Recipe? A Virtual Conversation, @historybeagle, 22/6/2017
'Introducing Margaret Baker, a Twitter essay'
What is a Recipe? A Virtual Conversation, @historybeagle, 15/6/2017
'Imagining Inexpressible Suffering in the Eighteenth Century'
Invited presentation, Early Modern Group Seminar, Durham, United Kingdom, 7/6/2017
'Gender and the Circulation of Hans Sloane's Books'
Invited presentation, The Material Culture of Citizen Science Workshop,, Oxford, United Kingdom, 12/5/2017
'Imagining the Hidden: Inexpressible Suffering in the Eighteenth Century'
Keynote presentation, Gender and Pain in Modern History Conference,, London, United Kingdom, 25/3/2017
Invited presentation, Source of Knowledge: Teaching with Archival Collections, The Gerald Aylmer Workshop,, London, 25/2/2017
'Collaborating with Students on the Digital Recipe Books Project'
Invited presentation, From Strongroom to Classroom: Archives and Teaching in Higher Education, The Gerald Aylmer Seminar, London, 24/2/2017
'Finding Hans Sloane'
Invited presentation, Celebration of Science: Science, Fiction, and Storytelling, London, 22/10/2016
Roundtable on 'The Place of the Digital History of Medicine', (organiser and participant)
Society for the Social History of Medicine Conference, Canterbury, United Kingdom, 9/7/2016
'Hans Sloane's Human Fossils'
', Corpses, Cadavers and Catalogues: The Mobilities of Dead Bodies and Body Parts, Past and Present,, London, 17/5/2016
'Recipes to improve your love life: advice from the eighteenth century'
Keynote presentation, In Sickness and in Health: Recipes for Relationships, Whipple Museum of the History of Science, Cambridge, 31/3/2016
'Finding Hans Sloane'
Social History Society Conference, Lancaster, United Kingdom, 22/3/2016
'Close-reading and Crowd-sourcing'
Invited presentation, Citizen Science in Historical Perspective, Berlin, Germany, 19/2/2016
'Fragments from an Eighteenth-century Family Scandal'
Invited presentation, History of Medicine Group, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 17/2/2016
'Considering an Account of an Eighteenth-Century Caesarean Section'
Invited presentation, The Medical World of Early Modern Ireland, Dublin, Ireland, 3/9/2015
'Hans Sloane and the Huguenots: Crossing Borders in the Republic of Letters'
Social Networks Conference 1450-1850, Sheffield, United Kingdom, 16/7/2015
'Reconstructing Dr. Sloane: Gender, Expertise and Identity for an Eighteenth-Century Physician'
Invited presentation, History of Medicine Unit, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 4/6/2015