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 Selected Research/Academic talks

Invited Panellist on Professional Resilience and Careers in the Arts

The Palladians Society, Melbourne 2023

Situated, embodied, distributed: Interaction and cognition in the orchestral rehearsal

PhD Completion Talk, University of Melbourne, Melbourne 2020

Linguistic analysis as a basis for conducting pedagogy

International Conducting Studies Conference, Sydney 2019

Conductor gesture from an interactional perspective 

Louise Crossley Workshop, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Hobart 2018 

Outsiders-in: Two women in a room full of men

Gender diversity in music-making conference, Melbourne 2018

Tick Tock Performance - To Conduct is to Move (discussant)

Royal Music Association Music & Philopshy Group. London 2017 

Meaning and the organisation of conductor beating gestures

OCI Conducting Studies Conference, Oxford 2016

Topic shifts and epistemic validity in orchestral gesture

Performing Knowledge Conference, Cambridge 2016

Object-directed gesture as epistemic stance

Performance Studies Network 3rd International Conference, Cambridge 2014

Gesture and hierarchy in orchestral rehearsal

Plenary (Student Prize), International Society for Gesture Studies Conference, Frankfurt (Oder) 2010

Complex conductor gestures in orchestral interaction

International Society for Gesture Studies Conference, Frankfurt (Oder) 2010

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