Conferences & Presentations
British Society for the History of Science (BiPoC Network)
I co-hosted the first-ever BSHS BiPoC/BAME history of science panel alongside John Shorter (UWI) where our theme was 'Science, Racism & Colourism: A Global Historical Analysis'. The panel featured a mix of six academics ranging from PhD to ECR to seasoned scholars, mainly from an ethnic minority background. This panel was made possible thanks to the BiPoC Network of the BSHS.
7th July 2021
Christian "universalism" and the non-Western "Other": Science, Religion and Racial Boundaries
STEMM and Belief in Diverse Contexts: Publics, Praxis, Policy and Pluralism (INSBS)
19th Feb 2021
Friends of the Argyll Papers Seminar Series 2020-2021
Title of Paper: 'Victorian ornithology and the domestic laboratory: Argyll's hope for aerial navigation'
23rd June 2020
Epistemic Insight and Big Questions Conference
I gave a presentation entitled 'Why does it persist? A historical and cognitive perspective on science-religion narratives' at the 2020 Epistemic Insight and Big Questions Conference
Tyndale House Fellowship Conference
Title of paper presented: 'From Natural Theology to Methodological Naturalism and the Role of the Media in Our Understanding of Scientific Practice'