‘Strange Bites: Sonic Cues and the Integrated Soundtrack in the Vampire Film’, co-presented with Dr Eloise Ross, Cine-Excess 16 International Conference and Festival on Global Cult Film Traditions, October 2022.
Introduction to A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014) as part of the “Women Make Horror” section of “Horror: Messaging the Monstrous” at MoMA, August 2022.
‘House(s) of Wax: A Legacy of Wax Museum Movies‘, Fear 2000, July 2022.
‘Hungry girls: Desire, eating and coming-of-age in Yellowjackets‘, No Return: A Yellowjackets Symposium, BAFTSS Horror Studies SIG, June 2022.
‘Inner Hauntings: Memories, visions and haunted sites in women-led horror films’, Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, June 2022.
‘What Makes Horror “Horror”?’, BAFFTS Horror Studies SIG, January 2022.
‘Dr. Alison Peirse and Dr. Kate Robertson are joined by Filmmakers to Discuss Women, Horror, and Eating’, Ax Wound Film Festival, December 2021.
‘Three Ways to Dine Well: Screening and Live Discussion with Dr. Alison Peirse + Dr. Kate Robertson’, Ax Wound Film Festival, December 2021.
‘Animal Magnetism: The allure of the woman-as-animal in genre cinema’, Cine-Excess 15 Bodies as Bodies as Battlegrounds: Disruptive Sexualities in Cult Cinema, October 2021.
‘Trouble Every Day’, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, October 2021.
‘The Future of Horror is Female’, Nightstream Film Festival, October 2021. Panel moderated by Caryn Coleman, with Samantha Aldana, Ashlee Blackwell, Lisa Dreyer, A.K. Espada and Kate Robertson.
‘Girls Gone Wild: Autonomy, sexuality and resistance in representations of young women in horror films’, Final Girls Berlin Film Festival, February 2021.
‘Man-Eater: Cannibal Women in Contemporary Visual Culture’, The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies, New York, February 2020.
‘”Identity, community and Australian artists”: Book launch and Conversation’, Olsen Gruin Gallery, New York, January 2020.