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“Breaking Windows and Redefining Crime in Defoe’s Moll Flanders,” British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. Oxford, England, January 2014.
“I was Framed”: How Windows Redefined Crime in Early Modern England,” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. Cleveland, Ohio, April 2013.
“From Casement to Sashes: How Windows Redefine Crime in Early Modern England,” London Lives, 1690-1800. University of Hertfordshire, July 2010.
“The Literary History of the Sash Window,” British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Oxford, January, 2008.
“The Politics of Shopping at the Royal Exchange,” Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Chicago, 2007.
“Modern Conceptions of Charity in Early Modern London.” Invited Lecture. Founders Day Weekend. West Virginia Wesleyan College, October, 2006.
“Shopping in Early Modern London,” Literary London Conference, University of Greenwich, London, 2006.
“‘One of the Greatest Glories and Ornaments of London’: The Literary Rebuilding of the Royal Exchange,” British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Oxford, UK, 2004.
“Daniel Defoe and Urban Design in Early Modern London,” Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, October 2003.
“Fear of Flames, Fires and Buildings: Narratives of Urban Expansion in London,” Representing the Unimaginable: Narratives of Disaster, Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat, Munster, Germany, May 2003.