“Campus Activism and College Radio,” Grassroots Radio Summit, October 2020.
“The Square Origins of the Left of the Dial: College Radio in the 1960s,” University of Connecticut, Department of History, Brown Bag Series, April 2019.
“Constructing the Collegiate Sound: College Radio in New York City since the 1960s” Cold War Lecture Series, NYU Tamiment Library, September 2018.
Exhibit Opening Remarks, “Journey to Equality: The History of the LGBTQ Civil Rights Movement” October 10, 2017
“Vietnam Memory and the Public,” Bolton Public Library, September 21, 2017.
Panel Member, “President Trump’s First 100 Days: Looking Back, Looking Forward”, The Center for Conflict Studies and the Major in Political Science, May 1, 2017.
“From Counterculture to Indie Rock: Tracing a New History of Student Activism in College Radio,” The Department of History and American Studies Joshua B. Stein Works in Progress Lecture Series, Roger Williams University, November 2016.
“Explaining Trump: The Historical Origins of an Unconventional Candidacy,” Fitchburg State University, March 2016.
“Worlds Collide: The Boston Marathon Bombing, digital History, and the Public Scholar,” Fitchburg State University Harrod Lecture, April 1, 2015.Trump Flyer
“The Army-Navy ‘E’ for Production in World War II” New Ipswich Historical Society, New Ipswich, NH, July 2014.
“Dixie Rises: John Edgerton, the New Deal, and the Emergence of the Modern South” Cumberland University History Society Annual Lecture, Cumberland University, Lebanon, TN, September 2013