Upcoming in 2019: Philosophy Club (St Paul’s School), Scottish Learning Festival (Glasgow), Edinburgh Legal Theory Group (University of Edinburgh), Civic Virtues Conference (University of Nottingham (Keynote)), Philosophy Speaker Series (Queen’s University Belfast), Epistemic Vices Conference (University of Liverpool (Keynote)).

Selected presentations (invited and peer-reviewed):

2019 ‘Questioning and P4C’, Advanced P4C Seminar, University of Winchester.

2019 ‘Vices of Questioning in Public Discourse’, Vice Epistemology Conference, University of Connecticut.

2019 ‘Questions and Power’, Language and Power Workshop, University of Connecticut.

2019 ”Knowledge is Power’: Barriers to Intellectual Humility in the Classroom’, Fellows’ Talk, University of Connecticut.

2019 ‘What are Epistemic Rights and when are they violated’, Social Epistemology Working Group, University of Connecticut.

2018 ‘What are Epistemic Rights’, Social Epistemology Network Meeting, University of Oslo.

2018 ‘Educating for Curiosity’, SPECS Workshop, University of Edinburgh.

2018 ‘The Right to Know and the Right to Ask’, Political Polarization and Epistemic Arrogance, Humility and Conviction in Public Life conference, University of Connecticut, CT, US.

2018 ‘Curiosity: An Epistemic Emotion’ World Congress of Philosophy, Peking University.

2018 ‘The Epistemology of Education’ World Congress of Philosophy, Peking University.

2018 ”Knowledge is Power’: Barriers to Intellectual Humility in the Classroom and what we can do to remove them’, Virtue Epistemology Conference, University of Glasgow.

2018 ‘Virtue and Vice in the Media’, Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues annual conference, University of Oxford, UK.

2017 ‘The Epistemology of Education: A Role for Questioning and Inquisitiveness.’ Presentation tour: Nihon University, University of Hiroshima, University of Kyoto, and Sofia University, Japan

2017 ‘Vices of Questioning in Public Discourse’, Changing Attitudes in Public Discourse conference, University of Cardiff, UK.

2017 ‘The Problem with Educating for Inquisitiveness by Example’, Aretai Centre, University of Genoa, Italy.

2017 ‘What are Epistemic Rights and When are they Violated’, Epistemic vice and corruption workshop, University of Nottingham, UK.

2017 ‘Educating for Inquisitiveness by Example’, Bled Philosophical Conference, Bled, Slovenia.

2017 ‘Systematic Epistemic Rights Violations in the Media: A Brexit Case Study’, Joint Session, University of Edinburgh, UK.

2017 ‘Why We Should Educate for Inquisitiveness in a Democracy’, Beacon Project Workshop, Wake Forest University, SC, US.

2017 ‘Systematic Epistemic Rights Violations in the Media: A Brexit Case Study’, Virtue Epistemology Conference, University of Oklahoma, OK, US.

2016 ‘Why We Should Educate for Inquisitiveness in a Democracy’, Values and Leadership in Education Conference, Western University, Ontario, Canada.

2016 ‘Why We Should Educate for Questioning’, series of invited lectures, University of New Mexico, University of Oklahoma, and Loyola Marymount University, USA.

2016 ‘Educating for Inquisitiveness’, Disagreement and Education Workshop, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

2015 ‘Asking Virtuous Questions: Perspectives from Indian Philosophy’, Indian Philosophy Workshop, University of Durham, UK.

2015 ‘Knowledge is a Questioning-Relative State: A virtue-based contrastive account’, Virtue Epistemology Conference, KU Leuven, Belgium.

2015 ‘Virtuous Questioning’, Virtuous Adversariality Conference, University of Durham, UK.

2014 ‘What is a Question’, Philosophy ThinkTank, University of Edinburgh, UK. Watch a video of this public presentation where I present some empirical results from my questionnaire exploring what a question is:

2014 ‘The Value of Questioning in Applied Epistemology’, Language and Epistemology Workshop, Yonsei University, South Korea.

2014 ‘Why Should Philosophers Study Questioning’, Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference, University of Oxford, UK.

2014 ‘Why Should Philosophers Study Questioning’, Intellectual Virtues, Group Knowledge and Education workshop, University of Edinburgh, UK.

2013: ‘A Theory of Good Questioning’, Edinburgh Epistemology Workshop, University of Edinburgh, UK. Watch a video of this presentation where I presented some of my preliminary theoretical considerations concerning good questioning:

2013: ‘Why Should We Educate For Inquisitiveness’, Educating for Intellectual Virtues, Loyola Marymount University, USA.

2012: ‘The Value of Questions: Third Time Lucky’, Edinburgh Epistemology Workshop, University of Edinburgh, UK.

2012: ‘Questions of Epistemic Value’, Understanding Value, University of Sheffield, UK.

2012: ‘The Virtue of Inquiring’, Aims of Inquiry and Cognition workshop, University of Edinburgh, UK.

2012: ‘Questions of Epistemic Value’, Work-In-Progress Seminar, University of Edinburgh, UK.

2011: ‘The Value of Questions: Revisited’, Edinburgh Epistemology workshop, University of Edinburgh, UK.

2010: ‘The Value of Questions’, Edinburgh Epistemology workshop, University of Edinburgh, UK.