“James Whitelaw, John Witherspoon, and a Presbyterian Scheme for a Protestant Vermont,” Society for Historians of the Early American Republic Annual Meeting, Cambridge, MA, scheduled July, 2019
“Transatlantic Anti-Popery: Scottish Propaganda and the fall of the later Stuarts, 1660-1690,” North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS), Providence, Oct 25th, 2018
“Refugee Imperialism: Creating Protestant Zealots in British North America, 1715-1763,” Religion and Politics in Early America, Society of Early Americanists, St. Louis, MO (2018) [panel organizer]
“Appropriating Empire: Scottish Sojourners in the Atlantic World,” AHA, Denver, CO (2017).
“British Caledonia: English America and the Scottish Darien Project, 1675-1702,” Early American History Seminar, Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS), Boston (2017)
“Darien Reconsidered: Scottish and British Ambitions on the Isthmus of Panama, 1675-1707,” Pacific Northwest Early American Seminar, University of Washington, Seattle (2017)
“Rethinking Research Logistics: Graduate Students and the Digital Archive” as part of “Early American History and the New Digital Archive: A Roundtable Discussion,” American Historical Association Annual Meeting (AHA), Denver (2017)
“‘To enter into an Intire frindship & Strict allyance’: the Scots at Darien, their Native Neighbors, and the Politics of Proselytization, 1695-1710,” AHA (2016) [organizer]
“Identifying as Exiles: the Scottish Diaspora in the English Atlantic World, 1660-1688,” Northeast Conference on British Studies (NECBS), Cochchester, VT (2016).
“‘Boston and Piscaquata are the windows for forrainers’: Reformed Protestantism and Clandestine Trade in the English Atlantic World,” Omohundro Institute Annual Conference, Worcester, MA (2016) [organizer]
“Networks of Faith and Finance: Boston’s Scottish Exile Community in the later Seventeenth Century”, Brown Bag Luncheon, MHS, Boston (2015)
“Faith, Family, and Finance: Scotland’s Exiled Covenanters and their Networks in the Atlantic World”, the Works-In-Progress Series, McNeil Center for Early American Studies, Philadelphia (2014)
“‘Much to our Prejudice’: Scottish Religious Networks in the English Atlantic World,” NACBS, Minneapolis, MN (2014) [organizer]
“Covenanted, Commercial, Clannish?: How Scots Formed Alliances in the Early Modern Atlantic World,” British Group on Early American History Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland (2014)