'J'ai deffault de la dance' : The place of Arbeau's Orché sographie in histories of western social dance, for the Early Dance Circle 6th Biennial Conference, 2008: Dancing Master or Hop Merchant? The role of the dance teacher through the ages.
'Mockmusic' and the Revival of Antimasque Traditions in the Restoration, at Early Dance Circle conference Charles II - Restoration or Continuation, 2002.
John Playford's accidental misprints?: Tunes in The English Dancing Master (1651) ), for the conference John Playford and The English Dancing Master 1651; published with proceedings, Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society (2001).
Honneur a la Dance. A Musical Analysis of Le Premier Ballet in Le Balet Comique de la Royne, 1581, at the Institute for Historical Dance Practice international conference Terpsichore 1450-1900, Ghent, Belgium, and published as part of proceedings (2000). IHDP, Schedelstr. 109, B-9040, Gent, Belgium.
The minuet remembered (on the survival and revival of the minuet in the 19th and 20th centuries), given as The Early Dance Circle Annual Lecture, 1998.
Music for Domestic Pleasure (on 17th English harpsichord music in MSS and published collections, including an examination of the saraband's transformation from a fast into a slow dance over time), at the Museum of London Purcell Tercentenary conference Music for a While, April 1995.
Ground, hornpipe, dump and jig: English vernacular keyboard style, 1530-1700, at the National Early Music Association Conference The Hornpipe, and published as part of conference proceedings 1993.
When is dance music intended for dancing? , at the National Early Music Association international conference The Marriage of Music and Dance, August 1991.
Music for the Basse Dance, at University of Leeds/North East Early Music Forum conference The Art and Instruction of Good Dancing, 1987.