What do the people want? The problem with populist theory presented at the 2020 Arts and Social Sciences Conference: Relevance, Responsiveness and Impact, The University of New South Wales, September 2020.

Before liberalism: How populism built the liberal world order presented at the Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation Annual Conference, Deakin University, November 2019.

‘The Language of Security: Reassessing Australia’s Policies of Free Trade and Offshore Detention’, 2019, Australian Journal of Politics and History, https://doi.org/10.1111/ajph.12566.

Existentialism is a better liberalism presented at the Australian Political Theory and Philosophy Conference, University of Canberra, February 2019.

Pretend populism and power politics: The irony of Brexit and the triumph of two-party control presented at the Australian Political Studies Association Conference, Monash University, September 2017.

Deliberative demagogy: Elite discourse, popular ideology and class fidelity in the EU referendum campaign presented at the Political Organisations and Participation Group, The University of Melbourne, July 2017.

‘Big-League Little Lives’, May 2017, a review of the Quarterly Essay The White Queen for Australian Book Review.

‘Pyrrhic dissolution: Transaction costs of the Turnbull coup’, Jan 2017, a review of The Turnbull Gamble for Australian Book Review.

‘Thinking like hawks’, August 2016, a review of the Quarterly Essay Firing Line for Australian Book Review.

‘First as tragedy, second as farce’, June 2016, a review of The Road To Ruin and Credlin & Co. for Australian Book Review.