Here you’ll find a list of forthcoming talks and a back catalogue of ones given at conferences and events.
Teaching online workshop – co-hosting with Dr Elizabeth Ward (Hull University) at Women in Germans Studies Conference (WIGS), November 2020
Dancing on a Volcano: Exhibiting and Emotionality – Association for German Studies Great Britain and Ireland (AGS), September 2020
“Man kann der Verantwortung nicht entrinnen.” Remembering Rosenstrasse 75 Years On. Association of German Studies Conference, Bangor University, 29-31st August 2018
“On The Year Abroad Experience and Positive Mental Health” The Year Abroad Conference, Newcastle University, 14th September 2018
Re-integrating Returning Year Abroad Students (Workshop) The Year Abroad Conference, Newcastle University, 14th September 2018
Transnationalism, Nationalism, Ahistoricisation and Recycling in Babylon Berlin? ‘Watching the Transnational Detectives: Showcasing Identity and Internationalism on British Television, School of Histories, Languages and Cultures, University of Hull, 8-9th November 2018.
Otherness? On the intersections of identity WIGS 30th Anniversary Conference, Aston, Birmingham, 10th November 2018
‘Applied Language for the A Level Classroom: Teaching Translation through Film Subtitling’, Languages Live Show, London, 15th October 2017
‘Remembering Rosenstrasse. History, Memory, Identity in Contemporary Germany’, GRASS Research Seminar, University of Leeds, May 2017
‘Re-purposing landscapes of memory: Kriegsgefangen in Skipton as a multi-authorial form of commemoration’, Symposium: International Artistic Creation during WWI, Cardiff University, November 2016
Imagining place as a metonym for values in cultural representations of the Rosenstrasse protest Shared Spaces, Shared Memories, Shared Visions: Contemporary Visual Representations of the Second World War in German Cities Workshop, Newcastle University, 5th November 2015
Memory Politics and the Site: Shifting Perspectives in Exhibitions in and about Berlin’s Rosenstraße, Tracing Topographies: Revisiting the Concentration Camp Seventy Years after the Liberation of Auschwitz. The Jewish Museum, London, 6-8th January 2015