Vêtements et revêtements à l’Opéra Garnier : l’expérience du passé à travers la mode et l’architecture,” Conference “L’architecture à travers les arts visuels dans la France du XIXe siècle,” Musée d’Orsay, Paris, December 12, 2017.

 

“The Birth of Dress History in Nineteenth-Century France: Archaeology and the Historic Imagination,” Conference, The Society for French Historical Studies, Washington D.C (April 20-22, 2017).

 

“The History of Dress History in France and Germany: Two Nineteenth-Century Stories,” Conference “Franco-German Exchanges in Fashion,” Paris and Berlin, (October 6-7, 10-11, 2016). Presented with Dr. Frederun Scholz.

 

“The Musée rétrospectif du costume and the Palais du Costume: Costume Exhibitions, French Identity, and Material Authenticity at the 1900 Paris World Fair,” Conference, The Society for French Historical Studies, Nashville (March 5,2016).

 

“Exhibiting Dress at the 1900 Exposition Universelle: French Identity and Material Authenticity,” Inaugural Speaker, Rubin Forum, Zvi Yavetz School of Historical Study, Tel Aviv University (November 5, 2015).

 

“La Parisienne et le Poilu: Fictions and Fantasies of Fashionable Women during the Great War,” ‘Fashion, Dress, and Society in Europe during World War I,’ International conference, IFM, Paris (December 12-13, 2014).

 

“The Trials and Triumphs of French Couture During WWI,” ‘Fashion and Conflict: Not Living in Khaki’ London College of Fashion Study Day (October 18, 2014).

 

“The birth of academic fashion thinking in nineteenth-century France: Jules Quicherat’s archaeology of French dress history,” Fashion Thinking – Theory History, Practice, University of Southern Denmark Kolding, Copenhagen (October 30-November 1st, 2014).

 

“Travestissement and historic dress revival in 19th-century France: Fancy dress at home,” 2013 Costume Society of America National Symposium, Las Vegas (May 29-June 1, 2013).

 

“Rehabilitating Jules Quicherat’s fashion historicism: the evolution of fashion history out of antiquarian studies in 19th-century France,” Association of Dress Historians New Research Day, London (February 16, 2013).

 

“Jules Quicherat: de l’image à l’histoire, ou comment visualiser l’histoire de la mode en France au 19e siècle,” INHA: “Du projet à l’objet: une approche critique de l’histoire du vêtement,” Paris (June 28-30, 2012).

 

“Researching Fashion for Renoir: Impressionism, Fashion, and the Full-Length Painting,” The Frick Collection Study Day on Renoir, NYC (May 8, 2012).

 

“From the ‘union parfaite’ to the ‘union brisée:’ The French Couture industry and the midinettes during the Great War,” Developments in Dress History, Brighton University, UK (December 8-10, 2011).