Going Back to Dixie: a cultural fusion through ragtime and the cake walk, from Swansea’s theatre stages to the Union Workhouse 1905-1926, presented at NAASWCH Conference, University of Wales, Bangor.
Jazz in Wales Between the Wars 1919-1939, presented at NAASWCH Conference, University of Wales Bangor.
Jazzing the Hwyl: Women in Wales and the African American Legacy, presented at CREW University of Wales, Swansea.
A Nobler Strife: Swansea Women Abolitionists 1820-1900 presented at University of Wales, Cardiff.
A Nobler Strife: Swansea Women Abolitionists 1820-1900 presented at UNISON Conference, Cardiff.
A Nobler Strife: Swansea Women Abolitionists 1820-1900 presented at University of Wales, Swansea.
Wales and Negro Minstrelsy: a socio-cultural interchange 1830-1910 presented at Writing Race and Ethnicity: Minority Perspectives on Welsh National Identity, Swansea Institute, University of Wales.
Black Soul Welsh Hwylpresented at Overseas Blues: European perspectives on African American Music, University of Gloucestershire.
Spies, Traitors and Pacifists: Jessie Donaldson the Swansea Abolitionist and the Cincinnati Trail presented at NAASWCH Conference, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, New York.
The Devil’s Music in Wales: A Socio-cultural Perspective on Race, Class and Gender 1859-1939 as perceived by the Welsh media presented at Leeds International Jazz Education Conference.
Jazzwomen and the Media presented at Chard Festival of Women in Music.
Race, Class and Gender in Welsh Popular Culture: African-American music in Wales from 1850 presented at NAASWCH, University of Rio Grande, Ohio, USA.
Women in Music: Baroque to Blues presented at Battersea Arts Centre, London.
Gospel to Blues in Wales presented at 26th International Ballad Conference, University of Wales, Swansea.