Conferences

‘Now she sits yonder in the window like a cat: perceptions of the witch and the familiar in early modern England’, at Medieval and Early Modern Studies Festival, University of Kent, Canterbury, 15 Jun 2019.

‘Encountering the Familiar: An Accuser’s Perspective’, at Living in a Magical World: Inner Lives, 1300-1900, St Anne’s College, Oxford, 19 Sep 2018.

‘”Contrary to nature, kind, proportion and likeness”: witches and their animal familiars in early modern England’, at the British Animal Studies Network Meeting: Working With Animals, University of Southampton, 7 Oct 2017.

‘Transmitting Beliefs: The Witch’s Animal Familiar in Print’, at Communication, Correspondence and Transmission in the Early Modern World, University of Leeds, 12 May 2016.

‘The Witch’s Ghost Familiar: Scottish and English cases’, at Interdisciplinary Approaches and Regional Variations in European Witchcraft Studies, University of Bristol, 29 Jan 2016.

‘The Transmogrified Witch: beliefs about witch to animal transformations in early modern England’, at Moments of Becoming, University of Limerick, 21 Nov 2015.

‘Early Animal Familiars, 1530-1566’, at REMS Summer Symposium, University of Bristol, 1 Jul 2015.