Events

  • August 2016, British Association of Victorian Culture, Cardiff University.

‘Armchair settling: Consuming the university and social settlement movement through their photographs’

  • July 2016, organiser of Household Gods: Religious Domesticity in Britian 1700 to the present day in conjunction with the Centre for the Studies of Home and LJMU. 

‘Unhomely Religious Domesticity in Working-Class Memoirs’

  • May 19-20, World Victorians, University of Warwick.

‘Translocal Settling in Cardiff’ [Read paper here] invited by Pablo Mukherjee

  • March 2016, Centre for the Studies of Home, Insitute of Historical Research. 

‘Settling at home: Class, gender and domesticity in the Settlement House, 1880-1914.’ [Audio version here]

  • August 2015, British Assocation of Victorian Studies, Leeds Trinity. 

Panel participant for ‘Victorian Studies Journals: Coming of Age’

  • April 2015, Social History Conference, University of Portsmouth.

‘Friendship: Affective correspondence and connections in the settlement movement’

  • March 2015, Urban History Conference, University of Wolverhampton.

‘The Clergyman as Expert: The Rev. Samuel Barnett and his St. Jude’s Vicarage, 1873-1903’

  • March 2015, History Seminar Series, University of Teesside. 

‘A Room of their Own: Eating and Dining in Toynbee Hall, 1883-1914’

  • Feburary 2014, History Seminar Series, Liverpool John Moores University. 

‘‘I still remain one of the old Settlement boys’: Cross-class Friendship in the Trench Letters of Cardiff University Settlement Lads Club, 1914-1918’

  • November 2014, History Seminar Series, Leeds Beckett. 

‘‘I still remain one of the old Settlement boys’: Cross-class Friendship in the Trench Letters of Cardiff University Settlement Lads Club, 1914-1918’

  • October 2014, Victorian Cities: Heritage and History Conference, University of Huddersfield/ Middlesbrough

At Home in the Slum: A Case Study of St. Jude’s Vicarage, East London, 1873-1892

  • April 2014, Nineteenth-Century Seminar Series MMU

‘Settling at Home: Gender, Class and Domesticity in Toynbee Hall, 1883-1914’

  • April 2014, Urban History Conference, Warwick Univeristy

‘Poverty of Life: Eating and Dining in Toynbee Hall, c.1883-1914’

  • October 2013, University of Liverpool History Seminar

‘Settling at Home: Gender, Class and Domesticity in Toynbee Hall, 1883-1914’

  • July 2013, VAHS, University of Huddersfield

‘Making the Settlement House into a Home: Gender, Class and Domesticity in Toynbee Hall, 1883-1914’

  • June 2013, The Global and the Local, NAVSA/ BAVSA/ AVSA conference, Venice

‘The Parable and the Mantelpiece: Material Religion in the Rev. Samuel Barnett’s Whitechapel Study’. This paper can be read here.

  • May 2013, North American Victorian Studies Professionalization Workshop, Venice

‘Why Blog? ’ (Invited by Dr. Dino Franco Felluga)

  • May 2013, The Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, MMU

with Dr. Helen Rogers, ‘Doing things Differently: Academic Journals and Social Media in the Digital World’ (Invited by Professor Berthold Schoene)

  •  March 2013, History Lab+ and University of Glaglow 

‘At home in the temporary History Department’ (Invited by Dr. Melodee Beales)

  •  Nov 2012, Institute of Historical Research Metropolitan Research Seminar

‘Sanctifying the street: urban space, material religion and the G.F. Watts mosaic ‘Time, Death and Judgement’ in London, c.1880-1970’ Audio version available here [Invited by Professor Richard Dennis] 

  •  March 2012, Institute of Historical Research Modern British History Seminar Series

‘Sunday Preaching in the People’s Park: Oxford House and the Performance of Religious Belief’, [Invited by Dr. Kate Bradley].

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