‘Reading Movement: A Performative Critique’ for Dance Fields: Staking a Claim for Dance Studies in the 21st Century @ Roehamptom University, London (19-22nd April 2017). ‘SAPling Innovation: Language Ecologies’ for LAND/CHANGE curated by Samantha Walton (Bath Spa) at Hamilton House, Bristol (25th Feb 2017).
“Performative Reflections on ‘Reading Movement’ in Palestine” for Words on the Move @ Birkbeck, University of London (1st Nov, 2016).
'Reading Movement: A Performance Lecture' for Contemporary Poetry: Thinking Feeling at Plymouth University (20-22nd May 2016).
‘Entropological Ecopoetics: A Hybrid Model of Creative-Critical Practice’ in Flow and Fracture from North America, Europe & Beyond: Reflections, Refractions and Diffractions within the Ecopoetic Avant-Garde (Poetry Lab) at Université Libre de Bruxelles (4-5th Dec 2014). ‘Methods to Match Our Mountains: Language-Making as Environmental Praxis’ in Green Connections: Environmental Response and the Arts, Exeter University (5th September 2014) ‘Collaging Environment: Rethinking Environment through Environmental Reform’ in The Poetics of Collage at The Centre for Creative Collaboration, London (16th May 2014). ‘Things Fall Apart: Entropological Poetics as Practical Deconstruction’ Conference on Ecopoetics University of Berkeley, California (February 22nd-24th 2013). ‘Reading and Writing with a Tree: Environmental Utterance as Mind Formation’ Environmental Utterance: A Performative Conference, Falmouth University (1st & 2nd Sep 2012). ‘Material’ Conservation: The Presence of ‘Nature in Literature’ Literature and Conservation: Responsibilities Trinity College, Dublin (2nd-4th September, 2011). ‘Reading and Writing with a Tree: An Enquiry into the Performance of ‘Nature Writing” Emergent Environments: Where Next for the Humanities? Queen Mary University, London E1 (9th & 10th September, 2011). ‘Reading and Writing with a Tree: Reading Embodied Experience & Embodied Reading Experience’ Interfaces: encounters beyond the page/screen/stage Exeter University (29th January, 2011). ‘The Importance of Being There: A Discussion of Alec Finlay’s Mesostic Herbarium and Heidegger’s ‘Dasein’ Cosmopoetics: Mediating a New World Poetics Durham University (8th-10th September, 2010).