Workshop / Panel Organisation
2019. 'Art MANIFESTOS: The Future of an Evolving Form' (with Panos Kompatsiaris). London Conference in Critical Thought. London, UK, 5–6 July.
2014. ‘Collaborative Intimacies in Music and Dance: Anthropologies in/of Sound and Movement’ (with Panas Karampampas). Collaboration, Intimacy & Revolution – Innovation and Continuity in an Interconnected World. Biennial Conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA). Tallinn, Estonia, 31 July–3 August.
2014. ‘When Means and Ends Coincide: Beyond “Utility”’. Anthropology and Enlightenment. Decennial Conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth (ASA). Edinburgh, UK, 19–22 June.
2012. Social Anthropology: Creative Practices and Social Scientific Research – Material Dialogues between Art and Anthropology (with Mike Anusas, Jen Clarke, Marc Higgin and Sara Schroer). Summer School of the Scottish Graduate School of Social Science (SGSSS). Edinburgh, UK, 13–22 June.
2019. 'Introduction. Art MANIFESTOS: The Future of an Evolving Form' (with Panos Kompatsiaris). London Conference in Critical Thought. London, UK, 5–6 July.
2018. 'Infrastructural Bricolage: Politics and the Absence of Arts Infrastructure'. Art, Materiality and Representation. Major Conference of the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI). London, UK, 1–3 June.
2017. ‘DiY Musical Pathways as a Regime of Living: Ethical Value and Cultural Improvisation’. The Industrialization of Creativity and its Limits: Value, Self-expression and the Economy of Culture in Times of Crisis. International Conference. St. Petersburg, Russia, 23–24 June.
2016. ‘What is DiY? Reflections from Glasgow’. //BUZZCUT// Side Burns – Strengthening Communities in Precarious Times. Symposium. Glasgow, UK, 6 April.
2016. ‘Professionalism and Ethical Careers among Scottish Do-it-Yourself Music Actors’. Working in Music: The Musicians’ Union, Musical Labour and Employment. International Conference. Glasgow, UK, 14–15 January.
2016. ‘Urban Musical Pathways as Spaces of Ethical Action’. The Hidden Musicians Revisited. International Conference. Milton Keynes, UK, 11–12 January.
2015. ‘On the Ethical Value of (Value) Production’. Crafting Values: Art and its Economies. International Symposium. Edinburgh, UK, 23 January.
2014. ‘Music, Affect and the Sensuous Embodiment of Ethics’. Collaboration, Intimacy & Revolution – Innovation and Continuity in an Interconnected World. Biennial Conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA). Tallinn, Estonia, 31 July–3 August.
2014. ‘DiY and the Ethics of Freedom: Beyond “Resistance”’. Keep It Simple, Make It Fast! Underground Music Scenes and DIY Cultures. International Conference. Porto, Portugal, 8–11 July.
2014. ‘Music Practice as Ethics’. Anthropology and Enlightenment. Decennial Conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth (ASA). Edinburgh, UK, 19–22 June.
2014. ‘Towards a Local Ethos: Glasgow and the Ethics of Music-Making’. Atlantic Sounds: Ships and Sailortowns. International Conference. Liverpool, UK, 14–15 March.
2014. ‘Ethnographic Soundings’. Social Sounds Project: THINK SOUND. Lecture Series. Edinburgh, UK, 17 February.
2013. ‘The Virtue of Sharing: DiY Music-Making and Ethical Practice in Glasgow’. Scottish Pop Academic Network (SPAN) Meeting. Glasgow, UK, 25 January.
2012. ‘“A Sense of Togetherness”: Nae Wave and the DiY Music Community in Glasgow’. Imagining Communities Musically: Putting Popular Music in its Place. Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM UK/Ireland). Salford, UK, 5–7 September.
2012. ‘“Do-it-Yourself”: Grassroots Music-Making and the DiY Music Community in Glasgow’. 2nd Global Conference: Urban Popcultures. International Conference. Prague, Czech Republic, 9–11 March.
2012. ‘On Gig Posters and Stage Clothing’. Popular Music Seminar Series, Department of Music. Edinburgh, UK, 15 February.
2012. ‘Doing Fieldwork among Musicians in the Margins of the Industry: Methodological Reflections on an Ethnographic Experience’. ‘Hands-on’ Ethnography. Workshop. Edinburgh, UK, 7–8 February.