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Masterclass:  Making Things to Make Sense of Things: Inventive practice in the archive, Australian Centre for Public History, UTS, 1 Nov
Installation: Bikes and Bloomers on show at the Institute of Engineering & Technology, London Oct – summer 2019
Keynote: Cambridge Cycling Campaign Cycling Festival, 29 Sept
Conference paper: More than Human Encounters with Clothing: Experiments with Sociological Sewing, 4S Annual  Conference, University of Sydney, 29-31 Aug
Workshop speaker: Creative Methods for Social Mapping, RMIT Europe, Barcelona, Spain, 9-10 July
Panelist: RADA’s Fierce Feminist Forum, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, 4 July
Exhibition and costume sessions: London Cycling Campaign Cycling Festival, 14 June
Exhibition and sewing workshop : Field Day Music Festival, London, 2 June
Talk: Bikes & Bloomers: Victorian women inventors and their extraordinary cycle wear, Google, Central London Office, 12 Apr.
Talk and exhibition: Acton Depot Open Weekend: Capitol Design, London Transport Museum, 22 Apr.
Panel speaker, Rise Up Women! Celebrating one hundred years of the vote, Waterstones, London. 29 Jan.
Pechakucha talk and installation, London Transport Museum’s Late Debate: Women of The Future, Feb 8.

Keynote: Secret Cycling Selves: How Victorian Women Negotiated Multiple Mobile Identities Through Keynote: Patented Cycle Wear, Mobilities, Literature, Culture Conference, Lancaster University, UK.
Invited speaker: Sociological Sewing: Sensory Encounters with Women’s Invention in the Archive, Gender, Sexuality and The Sensory, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.

Conference paper: Urban Methods on the Move – BSA Cities and Mobilities Study Group Workshop, Goldsmiths, Sept 15.
Conference paper: Making Inventions Count: the gender politics of design patents, for the panel: Counting by Other Means, 4S/ EASST combined conference, Barcelona, Sep 1-3.
Art & Design by Other Means: Research, Methods & Practices, Museu del Disseny de Barcelona, Aug 31.
Links & Shifts: Nikki Pugh in conversation with Kat Jungnickel & Emily Chappell, Birmingham Open Media, Aug 21.
Research Seminar for MA Fashion Communication (Fashion Critical Studies), Central Saint Martins, UAL, London,  June 8.
(with Shelia Hanlon) SPIN London: the cycling festival, for London Bike Kitchen, Old Truman Brewery, London May 20-22.
Patterns of Patents talk /workshop, Parsons, New School, New York, Apr 5.
Enquiry Machines, Critical Breaking and Repair, Cornell University event with NYC Fixers Collective, New York, April 1.
Invited speaker for Microsoft Cambridge’s ‘HCI after interaction: A Mobile Life & Microsoft workshop on humans, computers and the role of interaction’, Cambridge. March 9.


Defiant Design: Stories of Victorian women cyclists, material invention and convertible costumes, Textile Institute’s Annual Roy Godden Lecture, Royal College of Art, London, Jan 20.
(with Shelia Hanlon) Politics of Pockets and other stories about gender, mobility and invention, WAGFEST 2 – London Bike Kitchen Women and Gender Variant Festival, DIY Space for London, Nov 28.
Bikes & Bloomers at the Science Museum ‘Late’ on Wearable Technology, London, Apr 29. Program here.
Closing Plenary: Transmissions and Entanglements: making, curating and representing research , ‘Creating and Communicating’ – London ESRC Doctoral Training Centre Annual Conference, London School of Economics, Mar 23-24.
Invited panelist for The Ladies Bridge Documentary Screening with Panel Discussion, Somerset House, London, Mar 9.
Visualising Research Online, AHRC Digital Literacy for Early Career Researchers, in collaboration with University of East Anglia & Queen Mary, Norwich, Feb 26.
Patterns of Patents; Material Stories of Cycling, Sewing & Sociology, Launch of the Goldsmiths Global Fashion Unit, London, Feb 18.


Designing Mobile Bodies: The story of Alice Bygrave, Rational Dress and the changing nature of mobile public space in late C19th Britain, INvisible Design Conference, The Institute of Design Projects, Państwomiasto, Warsaw, Poland, Dec 6-7
Show & Tell & Dress Ups, Invited talk at London Bike Kitchen, Women and Gender Variant (WAG) Night, Nov 24.
Bikes & Bloomers: Cycling, sewing and suffragette storytelling, Invited talk and workshop at Feminism in London Conference, Oct 25.
Invited chair and panel curator of V&A Design Culture Salon – ‘How is the urban cyclist designed?’, V&A Museum, The Clore Centre, London, Oct 10.
Invited panelist for London Cycle Campaign’s 15th Policy Forum Seminar, Held at Department of Planning and Transport Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, University of Westminster, Sept 23.
Invited panelist for Women in Tech: an Intel Centre for Social Computing & FemTechNet collaboration, The New School, NYU, April 22.
(Extra) Ordinary Cycle Wear: Historic patents, convertible clothing and the contested nature of gendered mobility in Victorian Britain,  Invited talk at College of Art. Edinburgh, Scotland, March 10.
Dresses and Data: Methods for making archival materials matter. Invited talk for Data Practices: The Design & Social Science Seminar Series 2013-14, Goldsmiths, UK, Feb 5.



(with L. Forlano) Globally local, digitally material and the amateur professional: hacking hybrid socio-technical cultures
Accepted paper for 4S (Society for the Social Studies of Science), San Diego, Oct 9-12
You’re Going to Make What? Reflecting on critical making practice at INCITE.
Invited talk for INCITE-ING Transformation in Social Research: inventive dialogues between sociology, technology development and creative practice, Goldsmiths, Oct 12.
Freedom of Movement: the bike, bloomer and women’s im/mobility in late nineteenth century Britain (outline here)
Invited talk to Fashion Studies/ Design Culture: Convergences and Divergences, Design Research Conference Series, University of Southern Denmark, Nov 21.
DiY Bloomer workshop I: stitching a sociological material practice
Invited lecture/workshop for MA Fashion, Department of Design, Goldsmiths, Nov 25.
RMIT’s Digital Ethnography Research Centre – Locating the Mobile workshop
Invited workshop session for RMIT’s Digital Ethnography Research Centre ‘Locating the Mobile workshop’, Melbourne, Australia, 13-14th Dec.


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