History Needs Collecting, a Conversation with Sid Lapidus and Karin Wulf at the Institute for Tom Paine Studies, Iona College. October 19, 2022.
“Humanity Needs the Humanities,” MUSE Meets Keynote, April, 2022.
“Whole Library Digitization and Discovery, keynote for NISO+, March 2022
“Shouting from the Archives: Libraries and Why We Know What We Know about Early America,” Providence Atheneum, March 25, 2022.
Histories of Genealogy, with Francesca Morgan for the US National Archives, October, 2021
“Revolutionary-Era Buildings as Monuments, Panel for Revolutionary Spaces, Boston. April 8, 2021.
REV250 Podcast on Georgian Papers
“Remembering and Rediscovering Mary Ball Washington,” moderator for Mount Vernon Annual Martha Washington Lecture, June 30, 2020.
Moderator, “The 1619 Project: Slavery and the American Revolution, a Historical Dialogue.” March 6, 2020, Times Center, New York
“Slavery and the Shaping of Early America: A Conversation,” The New York Times, March 12, 2020
George III: the Eighteenth Century’s Most Famous Mental Health Patient. November 5, 2019.
Impeachment and the Founding Fathers, for William and Mary News, October, 2019.
Moderator, “The Second Amendment in Historical Context: U.S. Gun Rights and Regulations,” Congressional Briefing, National History Center, April 2019 (and on C-SPAN)