"The Seeds of Financialization: Some Social and Economic Considerations from the Past", Institute for Future Studies, Stockholm, March 2018.
"Women and the Management of Land in Eighteenth-Century France", ESSHC, Belfast, 2018.
"Informal Credit Networks in Pre-Industrial France", Early Modern Debts Symposium Bamberg University, September 2017.
"Queens Consort as Political Agents: A Tentative Research Framework through the example of Queen Louisa Ulrika of Sweden (1720-1782)", Enlightened Princesses symposium, Kensington Palace, October 2017.
"Women and the Land Market in Early Modern France", The Social Science History Association Annual Conference, Chicago, USA, November 2016
"Understanding Debt. Lessons from the Past", French-Swedish Research Day, 19th Edition, Kungliga Vetenskapakademinen, Stockholm, Sweden, October 2016
"Louisa Ulrika of Sweden and her Political Legacy", Workshop The Lasting Effects of Cultural Encounters, HERA project, Stockholm, Sweden, September 2016
"Credit and the Empowerment of Women in Eighteenth Century France", workshop Women and Credit in Pre-industrial Europe, Umeå University, May 2016
"Rethinking Debt in pre-Industrial Europe", Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study, Uppsala, March 2016
"Pride and Prejudice: Luise Ulrike of Sweden, the Pomeranian War and the Question of Loyalty", Workshop Marrying Cultures, Warsaw, Poland, April 2016
"The (R)Evolution of French Rural Credit Markets in the Eighteenth Century", ESSHC, Valencia, Spain, April 2016
"Rural Credit and the Empowerment of Women in Early Modern France", Rural History Conference, Girona, Spain, September 2015
"Rural credit markets and mortgages in 18th-century France: changes and challenges", Workshop Land and Credit: Mortgages and Annuities in the Medieval and Early Modern European Countryside, Cambridge University, England, July 2015.
“Transition to Modernity: The Evolution of French Rural Credit Markets (1700-1789)” 14th International Congress for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, July 2015
"Queens Consort as Political Agent", G14 Conference, National Gender Studies Conference, Umeå, November 2014
"A Cosmopolitan Queen: Luise Ulrike of Sweden and Cultural Transfer", Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Berlin, March 2015
"Luise Ulrike of Sweden and the Mechanisms of Cultural Transfer", Workshop "Dynastic Networks as Vehicles for Cultural Transfer", July 2014, Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Germany.
"The Rise of Institutions before Capitalism", Max Weber Fellows June Conference, European University Institute, June 2014
"Women and Credit", March 2014, Lund University, Seminar, Lund University
"The Challenge of Patriarchy in Early Modern France", April 2014, Seminar, Gender History Seminar Series, Lund University
"Single Women, Social Capital, and Empowerment in Preindustrial France" Tenth Swedish Economic History Meeting, Lund University, Sweden, October 2013
"Trust in Traditional Communities Before Capitalism" seminar, Universitá Bocconi, Milan, Italy, June 2014
“Mechanisms of Collective Resentment: Gender Wars and the Alteration of Patriarchy in Eighteenth-Century Rural France”, Workshop on resentment, Institute for the History of Medicine and Health, Université de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland, October 2011.
“Civil Court Records in Early Modern France: Use, Current Trends and Perspectives in Recent Research” Workshop Justice and Authority in East and West before 1800, Swedish Research Institute, Istanbul, Turkey, September 2011.
“Emotions of the Indebted Peasants in Early Modern France” Max Weber Post-doctoral Studies Annual Conference, European University Institute, Florence, Italy, May 2011.
“Seigneurial Justice and the Local Economy in Eighteenth Century France” Western Society for French History, Lafayette, Louisiana, October 2010.
“Peasants and the Reformation in Sixteenth Century Montbéliard” Medieval and Renaissance Studies Lecture Series, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, December 2009
“Female peasants and the Credit Market in Eighteenth Century France”, Western Society for French History, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, October 2009.
“Lutheran Peasants and the Process of Confessionalization in Montbéliard, 1524-1660”, Sixteenth Century Studies and Conference Annual Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland, May 2009.
“Women and Money in the Early Modern French Countryside”, Western Association of Women Historians Annual Conference, University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, April 2009.
“Insult Trials and the Challenge of Patriarchy in the Early Modern French Countryside”, Western Society for French History Annual Conference, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, November 2007.
“Justices Seigneuriales et Communautés Rurales sous l’Ancien Régime”, Colloquium Belfort 1307, Belfort, France, October 2006.
"Informal Credit Market Networks in Pre-Industrial France", WEHC, Boston, 2018.
Debt and Wealth Accumulation in Early Financial Markets, A Marcus Wallenberg Symposium, International Conference, Stockholm School of Economics, September 14-15, 2018.