Here are a few PDFs of recent research presentations:
"Certain Modern Ideas and Methods: Charlotte Angas Scott's Philosophy of Mathematics" Association for Women in Mathematics Research Symposium, Los Angeles, April 2017.
"Anschauliche Geometrie in 1832: Jakob Steiner, the illustrated figure, and the imagination" Philadelphia Area Society for the History of Mathematics, Villanova, Pennsylvania, December 2016.
“Vorstellungskraft without sensory media: Jakob Steiner and the figure in geometry” AMS/MAA Joint Meeting, Seattle, Washington. January 2016.
“Radical, Ideal and Equal Power: Renaming Points and Lines in Modern Geometry” Doing Mathematics in Different Cultural Contexts, A Conference in honor of Judith V. Grabiner, Pitzer College, Claremont, October 2015.
"Examining the opposition between synthetic and analytic geometry in the early research of Jakob Steiner and Julius Plücker" Colloque “1750–1850 : ruptures et continuités en géométrie” Nancy, France. June 2015.
"Visualizing geometry in pictures, symbols, and words" Pitzer Job Talk, Claremont, California. March 2015.
“Polemics in public: Controversies around the principle of duality in early nineteenth century geometry.” AMS/MAA Joint Meeting, San Antonio, Texas. January 2015.