‘From Economic Crisis to Economic Miracle. The Citizen-Consumer in German Political Culture’, Research Seminar, Department of Germanic Studies, University of Sheffield, 30 April 2014

‘Prosperity for All? Consumption and Citizenship in German History, 1918-1973’, Work in Progress seminar, Department of German, University College London, 5 February 2014

‘Das “Girl” als Staatsbürgerin. Die Aushandlung des Frauenbilds in der Presse der Weimarer Republik’
Geschlechterordnung und Politik in der Weimarer Republik, Reichspräsident‐Friedrich‐Ebert‐Gedenkstätte, Heidelberg, 28-29 June 2013

‘”Die Zeitung der Zeit” – Die Tageszeitung Tempo und das Ende der Weimarer Republik’
“Der ganze Verlag ist einfach eine Bonbonniere”. Der Verlag Ullstein in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, 25-27 April 2013

‘A View of Things to Come: The Newspaper Tempo and the Continuities of German History’
German Studies Association Annual Conference, Milwaukee, 4-7 October 2012

‘The Newspaper Tempo and the Fight for Weimar Democracy’
Periodicals Across Europe (conference to mark the foundation of the European Society for Periodical Research), Manchester, 9-10 December 2011

‘”Der deutschen Jugend!” The Newspaper Tempo and the Public Discourse on the “Young Generation”‘
German History Society Annual Conference 2011, King’s College London, 8-10 September 2011

‘The Spirit of Kochstrasse – The Role of Ullstein and Springer in the Reception of the Weimar Republic’
15th Postgraduate Students’ Conference, German Historical Institute London, 13-14 January 2011

‘The Newspaper Tempo and the Generational Public Sphere of the Weimar Republic’
History by Generations. Generational Dynamics in Modern History, Washington, D.C., 9 – 11 December 2010

‘Questioning the Generational Concept in Weimar Research. The Newspaper Tempo and the Young Generation of the Weimar Republic’
Beyond Glitter and Doom: New Perspectives of the Weimar Republic, London, 30 September – 01 October 2010

‘”Frau und Buch.” Erika Mann – female journalist’
Invited lecture, as part of When all the World Becomes a Stage. International Women’s Day 2010 at Goethe-Institut Glasgow, 8 March 2010, and Opening Pandora’s Box: Erika Mann and Marta Astfalck-Vietz at Glasgow Women’s Library, 9 March 2010

‘Tempo – a Newspaper in Search of an Audience’
14th Postgraduate Students’ Conference, German Historical Institute, London, 14-15 January 2010

‘”Not thinking of the sun, but tanned by it.” Sport, Politics and Anti-Intellectualism in the Weimar Republic’
Ideology in Motion. On the Relationship of Sport and Politics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 4-5 December 2009

Generalprobe – Erika Mann’s early journalistic work for Tempo’
45th National Postgraduate Colloquium in German Studies, Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, London, 2-3 April 2009