‘Virtue Epistemology and Attitude Psychology: A Novel Framework’ @ Eidyn Epistemology Research Group, Edinburgh University, 28 February 2018
‘Epistemic Vice and Motivation’ @ University of Reading 11 January 2018 [Powerpoint]
‘Intellectual Servility, Timidity and the Psychology of Oppression’ New Directions in Social Epistemology speaker series, Glasgow University (9 November 2017) [Powerpoint]
“Vicious Attitudes” – Arrogance and Polarization in Debate – Cardiff 6-7 November 2017 [Powerpoint]
“Intellectual Servility and the Psychology of Oppression” Epistemic Vice and Corruption Workshop, University of Nottingham 12-13 September 2017.[Powerpoint]
Careers workshop SUMMER SCHOOL ON MATHEMATICAL PHILOSOPHY FOR FEMALE STUDENTS 2017 MCMP, LMU Munich 1-5 August 2017.
“Caring for esteem and intellectual reputation: some epistemic benefits and harms” Keynote address at Don’t know, don’t care 6th WFAP Graduate Conference June 6–8, 2017 at the University of Vienna, Austria Webpage. [Powerpoint][draft. June 2017]
“Eloquent Silences: Silence, Silencing and Dissent”, Voicing Dissent Workshop, University of Connecticut 15-17 May 2017. (Powerpoint too rough to share. Will post a draft under work in progress when ready)
“Collective Amnesia and Epistemic Injustice” Keynote address to 2017 SPA PGR Conference, Exeter 9-10 May 2017. (The Link is to the powerpoint)
“Intellectual Timidity and Servility” Invited Symposium on Epistemic Vice PACIFIC APA 2017 (Seattle, WA. 12-15 April 2017). (The link is to the Handout)
“The Mismeasure of the Self: intellectual arrogance and other intellectual vices of self-evaluation”, Series of Distinguished Lectures, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University, 18 January 2017.
“The impact of intellectual arrogance and servility on trust and self-trust”, Workshop on the Dimensions of Trust, University of Innsbruck, 15-16 December 2016.
“Arrogance and self-abasement as failures of intellectual autonomy” Epistemic Vices Workshop, Cardiff University 3 October 2016.
“‘Vices and Attitudes: A new Framework” , Aretai Center 1st Annual Conference Connecting Virtues. Theoretical and Educational Insights (Genoa, Italy) 27-30 September 2016.
Keynote Symposium on Intellectual Arrogance: Calm Down, Dear: Intellectual Arrogance, Silencing and Ignorance’, Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and Mind Association (Cardiff, 8-10 July 2016).
Roundtable contribution to Reparative Practices: Reading, Living, Loving (Interdisciplinary workshop, Cardiff, 20 June 2016)
“Intellectual Virtues and Vices of Epistemic Self-Evaluation (The psychology of a virtue and some vices of epistemic self-evaluation” NYC Epistemology/Psychology Conference (4-5 June 2016 at Fordham University, New York, USA)
“Intellectual Arrogance and Vanity and other related vices of epistemic self-evaluation”, Public Discourse Seminar, Humanities Institute, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT USA, 2 June 2016.
“Epistemic Injustice and Collective Amnesia”, University College Dublin, 25 February 2016.
‘The Epistemic Injustice of “Collective Amnesia”’ Post-Kantian Philosophy Seminars, University of Oxford, 26 January 2016
‘Active Ignorance’ –Cardiff University- Philosophy research seminars (9 December 2015).
‘Must we be either ignorant or biased?: A solution to Gendler’s dilemma’, Ways of Knowing: 4th Annual Conference of the Society for Women in Philosophy – Dublin, Ireland 27-28 November 2015.
‘The Epistemic Injustice of “Collective Amnesia”’ International Conference: Socially Extended Knowledge, 8-9 October 2015, Edinburgh, 2015 (Invited Plenary speaker)
Intellectual Arrogance, Silencing and Ignorance’, (Keynote presentation, International Conference on Epistemic vices, St John’s College, Durham, 2-3 September 2015).
‘I vantaggi della parzialità’ Seminario “Oggettività e disaccordo: scienza, politica, epistemologia” – Milano, Italy 15 May 2015
‘Humility, Ignorance and Arrogance’ (Eidyn Workshop on Humility and Education, Edinburgh, 5 May 2015).
‘Intellectual Humility and Its Vices’ (International Conference on Intellectual Humility, Ahmolean Museum, Oxford, 25 April 2015).
‘Must we be either ignorant or biased?: A solution to Gendler’s dilemma’, Edinburgh Women in Philosophy Group, Spring 2015 Workshop on Ignorance and Underrepresentation (Edinburgh 10-11 March 2015).