2018: The Woman Artist-Producer: locating gender in genre in Bennett, S. and Bates, E., eds., Critical Approaches to the Production of Music and Sound (Bloomsbury Academic, New York). https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/critical-approaches-to-the-production-of-music-and-sound-9781501332081/
2016: ‘I write the songs. He’s the eye candy’: the female singer-songwriter, the woman artist-producer and the British Broadsheet Press in Green. S and Marc. I., eds., The Singer-Songwriter in Europe:Politics, Paradigms and Place (Routledge, London, New York) https://www.routledge.com/The-Singer-Songwriter-in-Europe-Paradigms-Politics-and-Place/Marc-Green/p/book/9781472452108
2012: A Studio of One’s Own: music production, technology and gender.Journal on The Art of Record Production, Issue 7. http://arpjournal.com/content/issue-7/
2018: Women in the Studio: Creativity, Control and Gender in Popular Music Sound Production (Routledge) https://www.waterstones.com/book/women-in-the-studio-creation-control-and-gender-in-popular-music-sound-production/paula-wolfe/9781472474872
2018. DIY: identity, community and the politics of independence. Keep It Simple Make It Fast Conference (KISMIF), University of Porto, Portugal. 4-7 July.
2016.‘When the screen disappears, and even though you’re looking at it you’re only hearing and listening to music, only then I know that I may have something good’ (Juana Molina, 2016): music production, creativity, genre and gender. 11th Art of Record Production Conference (ARP), University of Aalborg, Denmark.2-4 December.
2016. Kobalt, new industry and the female singer-songwriter: disruptive technology and gender in a fractured space. IASPM UK and Ireland Conference, British and Irish Modern Music Institute, Brighton. 8-10 Sept.
2015. Female Singer-Songwriter to Artist-Producer: music production, media representation and gender. The Gendered Politics of Production: Girls and Women as Media Producers, Middlesex University, London. 16 June.
2014. Between the Private and the Public: the artist-producer and hybrids of production practice in the digital era. 9th ARP Conference, University of Oslo, Denmark. 4-6 Dec.
2014. ‘I’ve got to trust myself coz there’s no A&R dad who’s gonna take the rap for me’ (Little Boots, 2013). Self-production, self-releasing: new industry and gender. IASPM UK and Ireland Conference, University of Cork,Republic of Ireland. 12- 14 Sept.
2010. ‘Feel it and Catch a Vibe’ (Isabella Summers, 2010): Music Production and Gender.Symposium, University of Liverpool, UK. 15 March.
2009. ‘Face It Guys, She’s A Genius’ (Kitty Empire, 2006): Production, Gender and the Independent Music Industry. 5th ARP Conference, University of Glamorgan, Wales. 13-15 Nov.
2008. Just Ask George: self-production, self-promotion, gender and the British independent artist. 4th ARP Conference, University of Massachusetts,USA. 14-16 Nov.
2007.Will you be my Friend? Digital technology, the fan, the artist, the label: democracy for all? 14th IASPM Biennial Conference, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City. 25-29 June.
2005. A Studio of Her Own: Self-production and the Female Independent Artist. 1st ARP Conference, University of Westminster, London. 17-18 Sept.
2005. Sounds a bit like Dido: the British music press and the female singer-songwriter. 13th IASPM Biennial Conference, Univ. of Rome, Italy. 18-23 July.
2003. Hotbedders Unite! Female Musicians, Networking and the Music Industry. IASPM 11th Biennial International Conference, McGill University, Montreal. 3-7 July.