"'Nothing but a dream'? Revival and church conflict in the First Baptist Church, Calais, Maine, 1835-1855," International Conference on Baptist Studies VII, Manchester, England, 17 July 2015

 "Gender, Lay Exhortation, and Baptist Churches in Maine, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, 1820-1855," Canadian Society for Church History, University of of Ottawa, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 1 June 2015

 "'Towards a socio-cultural history of Baptist women in the 19th century Maritimes and Maine," Atlantic Canada Seminar Series--Works in Progress for Congress 2015, University of New Brunswick-Fredericton, 6 May 2015

 "Home and Away or Home and Nearby? Children and Youth in Southeastern New Brunswick, c 1861," 20th Atlantic Canada Studies Conference, St. Thomas University and University of New Brunswick-Fredericton, 2 May 2014

 "Churches and anti-slavery in the Maine-New Brunswick borderlands, 1835-1845" 22nd Biennial Conference of the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, Tampa, FL, 22 November 2013

 "Congregationalism in eastern Maine and southern New Brunswick, 1825-1881," Canadian Society of Church History, University of Victoria, BC, 3 June 2013

 "'Agitation, falsehood, slander, politics, money, influence, threats, fire': church conflict and reform movements in a Maine-New Brunswick borderlands community, 1831-61," Atlantic Canada Studies Seminar, University of New Brunswick, 5  February 2013   

"Families, denominational identity/ies, and the 1861 New Brunswick census,"  Religion and the Household: the 51st Summer Conference of the Ecclesiastical History Society, Bangor, Wales, 18-21 July 2012

 "'The industrious exiles of Erin': Irish immigrants in mid-nineteenth century St. Stephen, New Brunswick, and Calais and Baring, Maine," The Irish in New England, Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, Deerfield, MA, 22-24 June 2012

"Freemasonry and denominational identity/ies in nineteenth century Maine and southern New Brunswick," The 19th Atlantic Canada Studies Conference, University of New Brunswick, Saint John, NB, 4-6 May 2012

 "Maine and New Brunswick freemasons and contested political geographies, 1770 - 1870," 3rd International Conference on the History of Freemasonry, Alexandria, VA, 27-29 May 2011

"Sackville Women in History: from the Mi'kmaq to the mid 20th century," Tantramar Heritage Trust Annual Dinner, public talk, Sackville, NB, 15 May 2011

"Wealth-holding and the life course in mid-nineteenth century St. Stephen, New Brunswick, and Calais and Baring, Maine," Understanding the Populations of the Past: New Developments and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Canadian Population Society, the Canadian Federation of Demographers, and the Canadian Historical Association), Concordia University, Montreal, PQ, 1-2 June 2010

"The Midwife's Tale: the historian, the diarist, and their times," Tantramar Heritage Trust: Under the Sky Festival, public talk, Sackville, NB, 3 August 2010

"Freemasonry and identity/ies in nineteenth century New Brunswick and eastern Maine," Symposium on American Freemasonry and Fraternalism, National Heritage Museum, Lexington, MA, 9 April 2010

 "Evangelical churches and freemasonry in Washington County, Maine and Charlotte County, New Brunswick," Organization of American Historians, Hilton - New York City,  27-30 March 2008"

"Revivalism, Historians, and Lived Religion in the Eastern Canada -United States borderlands," Summer Conference, Ecclesiastical History Society, University of Cardiff, Wales, 19-22 July 2006"

 "From 'repulsive looking grave-yards' to the 'City of the Dead': the Rural Cemetery Movement in St. Stephen, New Brunswick," North Eastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference - The Eighteenth Century Everyday: Remembrance and Representation, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, 30 September - 2 October 2005

 "Congregations in the Atlantic Region," Roundtable on Religion, Gender, and Class in Canadian History, Canadian Historical Association, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, May 2003

 "Devouring the Mother? Gender, Piety, and the Religious Critique of Mid-Nineteenth Century Economic Life," Canadian Historical Association, Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, PQ, June 1999

 "Tribalism, Proselytism and Pluralism: Protestant Families and Denominational Identity in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, 1861-1871," 10th Annual Church History Workshop (Anglican Diocese of Fredericton, University of New Brunswick, and the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick), Fredericton, NB, May 1999

 "'Wooden Comb Gentry' or 'Man of Business': the Clerk in Mid-Nineteenth Century St. Stephen, New Brunswick and Calais, Maine," Symposium in Atlantic Regional History in honour of T. W. Acheson, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, November 1997

 "'The Church of His Choice': Lay Protestantism and Denominational Identity in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, 1841-1871," Canadian Historical Association, Brock University, St. Catherine's, ON, 1996

 "'Wife, Mother, Sister, Friend': Methodist Women in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, 1861-1881," Atlantic Canada Workshop, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, 1991   

 "Matthew Richey Knight: 'A Canadian First and Always'," Printing and Publishing in Atlantic Canada, 1751-1987--the Fifth Annual Anchorage Symposium, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB, 1987