"Unwilling Nomads: The Transnational Consequences of Forced Migration in Europe, 1910-1955", Oxford Brookes University (online), 15-16 October 2017
"Migrants & Refugees: Histories, Memoirs and Narratives", Oxford Brookes University, 24 March 2017
Selected conference papers:
“The role of German Vertrauensärzte in the compensation of victims of Nazi medical experiments”, Workshop on Compensation for the Victims of Nazi Medical Experiments, German National Academy of Sciences – Leopoldina, Halle (Saale), Germany (November 2019).
“Challenging national periodization in the history of medicine: a case study of Polish refugee anaesthetists", Rethinking Period Boundaries: Hidden Continuities and Discontinuities in European History and Literature from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Centuries, Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference, University of Oxford (May 2018).
“Migration and Medicine: The Case of Polish Refugees in Britain”, History Research Day, Oxford Brookes University (January 2017).
“Towards a Transnational History of Polish Medical Refugees in Great Britain: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges”, Persecution, Forced Migration and Resettlement of Medical Practitioners, Medical Scientists, and Healthcare Occupations 1930s/40s, German National Academy of Sciences – Leopoldina, Halle (Saale), Germany (September 2016).
“The Theory and Practice of ‘Diasporic Religion’ at the Polish School of Medicine in Edinburgh, 1941-1949”, Edinburgh History of Christianity Conference, School of Divinity, New College, University of Edinburgh (May 2014).
“All Roads Lead to Edinburgh: A Theoretical Study of the Polish Medical Refugee Movement, 1941-1949”, Forced Migration: Global Perspectives and Practices, UCL Migration Research Unit Student Conference, University College London (June 2013).