‘Money Matters: Numismatics and Worcestershire’s History Past, Present, and Future’, at Revisiting Worcestershire’s Past, 7 April 2024, University of Worcester, Worcester, UK

‘Roman coins in Worcestershire’, at Malvern U3A Archaeology Group Lecture Series, 19 February 2024, Malvern, UK

‘All that glitters: new research on gold coinage in late medieval and early modern Norway’, at Norsk Numismatisk Forening medlemsmøter, 30 January 2024, Norsk Numismatisk Forening, Oslo, Norway

‘Medieval and Tudor coin finds from English and Welsh churches’, at Money, Methods, Sources: New Research in Numismatics and Monetary History (7th-18th centuries), 14 October 2023, Pembroke College, Cambridge, UK

‘Across the North Sea: British coins, tokens, and medals at Norway’s Museum of Cultural History’, at BANS Autumn Weekend, 10 September 2023, British Association of Numismatic Societies, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK

‘Small Change in an Age of Expansion: new research on the kvartpenninger of Eirik Magnusson (1280-99)’, at Feiring av forskning ved KHM, 25 August 2023, Kulturhistorisk Museum, Oslo, Norway [programme]

‘Counting the pennies: statistical approaches to coin hoarding’, at Coin Hoards: Discovery and Interpretation, 15 July 2023, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK [view]

‘Scandinavian coins in Britain during the ‘Age of Sterling”, at Nordisk Numismatisk Symposium 2023, 1 June 2023, Arkeologisk Museum, Stavanger, Norway

‘The Olavsklosteret (1933) Hoard and the Circulation of English Gold Coins in Medieval Norway’, at Cambridgeshire Numismatic Society Lecture Series, 23 May 2023, Cambridge, UK

‘Finding the ‘missing pieces’: late medieval and Renaissance coin weights from England and Wales’, at XVI International Numismatic Congress, 14 September 2022, Warsaw, Poland

‘Spanish silver coins in Tudor and Stuart England’, at Cambridgeshire Numismatic Society Lecture Series, 23 May 2022, Cambridge, UK

‘The numismatic evidence from London before c.760’, at London before Lundenwic, 28 March 2022, University College London, London, UK

‘Coin finds as sources of social, political, and cultural conditions in the Middle Ages: potential and limitations’, 22 September 2021, Kulturhistorisk Museum, Oslo, Norway

‘Money for the legions? Coin finds and military activity in early Roman Worcestershire’, at Worcestershire Archaeological Society Lecture Series, 9 February 2021, online

‘Hidden treasures: coin hoarding in medieval Europe’, at Festival of Coins, 17 September 2020, Coin Collecting Magazine, online [view]

Small is beautiful: coins in their contexts in Britain, Ireland, and Europe, 11 September 2020, British Academy, online (co-organised with Dr Fraser McNair)

The social production of money: archaeological perspectives’, at TAG 2019 London, 17 December 2019, University College London, London, UK (co-organised with Dr Olav E Gundersen)

‘Continental connections: cross-channel coin flows in the late middle ages’ at Archaeological perspectives on links between the South East and the Continent: joint CBA South-East and Kent Archaeological Society Conference 2019, 2 November 2019, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK

‘Pennies and pestilence: medieval European coin hoards and the Black Death’, at “The Long Black Death”: New Perspectives, 6 July 2019, University of York, York, UK

‘Picking and choosing? Selection, retention and ‘value’ in medieval English and Welsh coin hoards, AD c.973–1544’, at Hoarding and deposition in Europe from later prehistory to the medieval period – finds in context, 12 June 2019, Kings College London, London, UK

‘Hoarding medieval coins: new insights from archaeology’, at Lord Stewartby: the numismatic legacy, 28 June 2019, British Academy, London, UK [summary]

‘Pits, Pots, and Pennies: an archaeology of coin hoarding in medieval England and Wales’, at KHM SENKU-seminar, 28 February 2019, Kulturhistorisk Museum, Oslo, Norway [abstract]

‘Treasured Possessions? Heirlooms and antiquities in medieval coin hoards, AD c.1000–1550’, at TAG 2017 Cardiff, 20 December 2017, Prifysgol Caerdydd/Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK [video]

‘Patterns in (proto)pennies: analysing the EMC dataset’, at Finding the Past: Twenty Years of the Early Medieval Corpus of Coin Finds, 7 October 2017, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK

‘Tokens, trade, and the seventeenth-century small town: the case of Tenbury’, at BANS Autumn Weekend, 9 September 2017, British Association of Numismatic Societies, Shrewsbury, UK

‘Leeuwengroten over London: Flemish coins in medieval Britain’, at Money between Ireland, Britain, and Europe, 13 June 2017, British Academy, London, UK

‘Gold, goblets and geese: gift-giving and aristocratic baptisms in fifteenth century England and Wales’, at Objects and Possessions: Material Goods in a Changing World, 1200‒1800, 6 April 2017, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK [programme]

‘Rethinking the ‘purse hoard’: small hoards and the problems of interpretation’, at British Numismatic Society Lecture Series, 28 March 2017, Warburg Institute, London, UK

(with Rhiannon Comeau) ‘North vs South vs West? Coins, cows, and currency in early medieval Wales’, at Sixth International Symposium in Early Medieval Coinage, 29 October 2016, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK

‘Pennies in peculiar places? Interpreting coin hoards from England and Wales, 1351-1544’, at People, Places, and Possessions, 1350-1550, 3 September 2016, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

‘Pennies in peculiar places? Interpreting coin hoards from England and Wales, 1351-1544’, at Coins, hoards, and special deposits: current research , 22 June 2016, University College London, London, UK [programme]

‘Money in the Marches: agents of monetisation on the tenth to mid-thirteenth century Anglo-Welsh border’, at Evaluating Early Medieval Currency: Perspectives on Money and Coinage in Britain and Ireland c. 500-1150, 14 June 2016, British Academy, London, UK

‘Hoarding in the medieval countryside’, at Cambridgeshire Numismatic Society Lecture Series, 18 January 2016, Friends’ Meeting House, Cambridge, UK

‘What’s in a purse? ‘Purse hoards’ and classification in medieval numismatics’, at Medieval, Renaissance and Early Modern Studies Research-in-Progress Seminar, 19 November 2015, University College London, London, UK

”Noble, fair and fine’: single finds of English gold coins from later medieval England and Wales’, at XV International Numismatic Congress, 21 September 2015, Taormina, Sicily, Italy

‘From mint to mud: writing the biographies of medieval coins’, at Finding Money, London and Paris Diary discussion, 28 May 2015, Open School East, London, UK

‘Coins, containers and contexts – some archaeological aspects of medieval coin hoards from England and Wales’, at British Numismatic Society Lecture Series, 28 April 2015, Warburg Institute, London, UK