Conferences

Presentations:

Ag History Society – “What makes a Breed: Who’s in, Who’s out, and What is left behind.”         June 2019, D.C

Living With Animals – “Horse Human Relationships in Post-secondary Ed.”
Mar. 2019, Lexington, KY

ASEH Tweets – Global Gaits
Apr. 2019, Online

SHOT 2018 – “The Future of SHOT.”  Oct. 2018, St. Louis, MO

WHEATS 2018 – “Manufacturing the Horse.”
Oct. 2018, Riverside, CA

ASEH 2018 – “Heritage Livestock & Distributive Preservation”
       Mar. 2018, Riverside, CA

ASEH Tweets – “Heritage Livestock & Distributive Preservation”
       Mar. 2018, Online

WSECS: Persistence of the Baroque – “Seeing Spots: Finding the Baroque Breed”
       Feb. 2018, Las Vegas, NV

       Oct. 2017, Philadelphia, PA

Natures 2017– “Two Hearts: Nobility of the Horse in Early Modern Literature”
        Apr. 2017, La Sierra University, Riverside, CA
 
WSECS: 18th C Science – “Reining in the Beast”
        Feb. 2017, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
 
(Dis)junctions – “Two Hearts: Nobility of the Horse in Early Modern Literature”  

        Oct. 2016, University of California, Riverside, CA

IMC Leeds: Food, Feast & Famine – “Bread for my Horses”
        July 2016, Leeds University, Leeds, UK

Crossroads: The Future of Graduate History Education – “Is the MA Dead?”
      Mar. 2016, Drew University, Madison, NJ

WSECS: Encounters – “Genetic History: White Horses”  
        Feb. 2016, University of California, Riverside, CA

Grad Research & Creative Activities Symposium – “The White-born Horses of Hanover”
      May 2015, California State University, Fresno, CA

Phi Alpha Theta N. CA – “The Case of the Confusingly Named Hanoverian Creams”
      April 2015, California State University, Stanislaus, CA

Fresno State HGSA Symposium – “A Horse of a Different Color”
      March 2015, California State University, Fresno, CA

Reading Animals – “Horses as Status Symbols in Medieval Europe”
      July 2014, Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK

Inter-disciplinary.net: The Animal/Human Bond – “A Different Sort of Horsepower” 
      July 2014, Mansfield College, Oxford University, Oxford, UK
 
Graduate Research and Creative Activities Symposium – “Horses in Medieval Society”
        May 2014, California State University, Fresno, CA
 
Fresno State HGSA Symposium – “Horse Power: Social Evolution in Medieval Europe”
        March 2014, California State University, Fresno, CA
 
URECA – “Horses as Status Symbols in Medieval Europe”
        April 2013, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

Organization:
WHEATS 2018
SHOT 2018 ECIG Events
UCR HGSA 2019
SHOT 2019 ECIG Events
Attendance: 
     Huntington Library, San Marino, CA
“Remember Me”: Shakespeare in 2016 April 2016
     Huntington Library, San Marino, CA
Teaching Development Day May 2016
     University of California, Riverside, CA

(Dis)Junctions Oct. 2015
     University of California, Riverside, CA