With Daylene Sliz. "Sugar in Settler Colonial Culture in Canada: What Home-Ec Cookbooks Reveal." University of Regina, 26 August 2020, 2:00-3:00 PM Central Time. Online via Zoom. Register here to obtain the Zoom link. Free and open to the public.
"Whiteness and Race Construction in Canadian Consumer Culture." University of Regina, Saskatchewan, 27 May 2020. Zoom info available by registering at https://eventbrite.ca/e/living-heritage-in-saskatchewan-a-sharing-series-tickets-106010048910
“White Sugar: Anti-Black Racism and the Making of ‘Canadian’ Cane.” Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Food and Society and the Agriculture, Food, and Values Society 2020 Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, 27-30 May 2020. *Canceled due to COVID-19.
"Eating Whiteness: Rogers Sugar, Racism, and the Making of 'Canadian' Cane." Keynote Lecture, Pathways to the Past Graduate Student Conference, Western University, London, ON, 12-14 March 2020. *Canceled due to COVID-19.
"From Fiji to Canada and Beyond: Voices of Unfree Labourers in the History of BC Sugar.” Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Food and Society and the Agriculture, Food, and Values Society 2019 Conference, University of Alaska, Anchorage, 26–29 June 2019.
“Bittersweet: Preliminary Findings in the Canadian History of Sugar.” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association, University of Regina, 28–30 May 2018.