Why not power to the people? The problem with populist theory draft paper presented at PWIPS, School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Melbourne, October 2020.

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.