- (5 October 2019) . Encountering the Sacred. The Archaeology of Heritage and Pilgrimage Conference. ‘Pilgrimage in medieval Ireland’.
2019 (February) Waterford Historical & Archaeological Society. ‘Pilgrimage in Medieval Waterford’.
2017 (25-26 June) International Conference Holy Wells of Ireland. ‘Votive Offerings found at Holy Wells’ (Waterford City).
2017 (24th June) 7th Annual Galway City Heritage Conference, ‘The Irish Folk Art Project’.
2017 (8 April) Medieval Westmeath Conference, ‘Journeys of Faith. A medieval pilgrim from Mullingar.
2015 (16th July) The Douglas Hyde Conference “Saving the notes of nationality: a celebration of the protectors of Irish heritage.” Paper presented Holy wells, stones and trees. Caring for and protecting pilgrimage traditions and sites in modern Ireland.
2014 (25-27 April) Beyond The Grave Conference, at Mary Immaculate College, in Limerick City ‘Irish medieval pilgrim burials’.
2013 (October) Gathering of Archaeology Conference Sligo IT ‘Gatherings of faith: Pilgrimage in medieval Ireland’.
2013 (May) Hollywood Co Wicklow 25th May 8.00pm Hollywood Community Hall. Talk St Kevin’s road and the King’s River Valley.
2012 (November) South Tipperary Development Company 7th November 8.00pm Cashel at the Tipperary Regional Youth Services building, Hogan Square (just off Main Street behind the post office). Talk Rian Bó Phádraig: untangling the history of a medieval road.
2012 (November) Carlow Archaeological and Historical Society 21st of November Talbot Hotel , Carlow town 8.00pm Talk on “Medieval Pilgrimage”
2012 (October) South Tipperary Development Company 31st October 8.00pm. STDC offices Cahir Talk. The Rian Bó Phádraig: untangling the history of a medieval road.
2012 (September) Castledermot Historical Society 25th of September 8.00pm Castledermott community Hall. Talk on “Pilgrimage in medieval Kildare ”
2012 (June) ATLAS Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage Special Interest Group 7th of June NUI Maynooth ‘Learning from Pilgrimage in Medieval Ireland: Pilgrimage at Croagh Patrick from medieval to modern times’