• Presentation of the paper: “Raincoat or ‘jamberloek’: fashion among the Dutch in early-modern Istanbul according to probate inventories, final wills and personal correspondence” at Exploring Early Modern Dress: The Merits and Challenges of Diverse Sources at Niki (Nederlands Interuniversitair Kunsthistorisch Instituut/ Dutch University Institute for Art History), Florence, Italy, 19 September 2015. Programme_Florence_2015
  • Presentation of the paper: “The trials and tribulations of a Dutch merchant in Istanbul. Auctions at the Dutch embassy in the eighteenth-century Ottoman capital” at the Third International Conference on Ottoman Istanbul. Istanbul, May 25-26, 2015. Osmanli_Istanbulu_3_Program
  • Presentation of the paper “The afterlife of goods: auctions at the Dutch Embassy in eighteenth-century Istanbul” at The Global Trade of Textiles and Clothing in the Early Modern Period: Exchange, Meaning and Materialities (International PhD and Postdoctoral Workshop, organized by the CCCC – The Danish National Foundation’s Centre for Textile Research, University of Copenhagen and the Global History and Culture Centre, University of Warwick). Coventry, University of Warwick, November 27-28, 2014. Global_Textile_Trade_Workshop_programme
  • Presentation of the paper “Paintings, powder puffs, and porcelain chocolate cups in Pera: the private world of the Dutch Ambassador’s sister in early 18th-century Istanbul” at the Second International Conference on Ottoman Istanbul. Istanbul, May 27-29, 2014.
  • Presentation of the paper “Gifting in early Ottoman history: material culture and the construction of cultural memory” at the 7th annual conference of the ISCH: Artefacts, Culture, and Identity, Istanbul, September 11-14, 2013.
  • “Material culture at the Ottoman court: Jacobus Colyer, a debt-ridden ambassador in early modern Istanbul” at the 14th annual Colloquium of the Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Birmingham. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK May 25, 2013.
  • “South Africa: An Ottoman Colony?” at the Conference Rethinking the Modern: Colonialism, Empire and Slavery. Organized by The British Sociological Association and the University of Warwick. Birmingham Midlands Institute, Birmingham, UK, July 12, 2011.
  • “Ottoman Museology as a Cultivation of Culture” at the Graduate Workshop The Well-connected Domains: Ottoman History in a Transcultural Perspective. Organized by Heidelberg University and Sabanci University. Istanbul, Sakip Sabanci Museum, December, 19-20, 2009.