"Grieving Musically in the Middle Ages." Paper read at the conference Des pleureuses aux deuils planétaires held in Tours, France, 5-6 December 2013.
"A Soldier of Great Prowess: St Martin of Tours in a Motet (Yet Again) Attributed to Ockeghem." Paper read at the annual Medieval-Renaissance Conference, Certaldo, Italy, 4-7 July 2013.
"St Gatien vs. St Martin: Trial by Music and Liturgy." Paper read at the annual meeting of the International Medieval Congress, in Leeds, UK, July 2013.
"The Vocabulary of Nascent Polyphonic Practices." Paper read at the 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, 9-12 May 2013.
"A Counterpoint of Allusions in a Mass by Ockeghem." Paper read at the annual meeting of the Israeli Musicological Society held at the Open University, Ra'anana, 3 July, 2011, in Hebrew.
“Singing the Praises of God without Words: The Meaning of Neumas in Medieval Liturgy.” Paper read at the annual meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, Scottsdale, AZ, 13-17 April 2011.
"Jubilare sine verbis" Paper read at the 1000 ans de chant grégorien conference held in the Abbey of Solesmes (France), 9-10 September, 2010.
"Deux Saints-Évêques, une ville, et la définition des communautés civiques."Paper read at the Espace sacré, mémoire sacrée: les Saints-Évêques et leurs villes conference held in Tours (France), 10-12 June 2010.
Co-organizer of the Studium Conference: Espace sacré, mémoire sacrée: Les Saints-Évêques et leurs villes conference held in Tours (France), 10-12 June 2010.
"Singing the Praises of St Martin: The Prosas for the 11 Nov. in the Medieval Office.” Paper presented in Journées d’études martiniennes. L’apothéose de Saint-Martin : rites, musique, arts liturgiques, conference held in Centre Augustin Thierry, Orléans (France), 29 April 2010.
"Renewing Contacts: Ockeghem's Missa De plus en plus." Paper read at the annual Medieval-Renaissance Conference, at The University of Bangor, UK, 23-27 July, 2008.
"Locating Ancient Music in the Modern Classroom." Paper read at the Sounds from the Past: Music in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean Worlds conference, held at the Bible Lands Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, January 2008.
The Importance of Being First: Liturgy as Propaganda in Medieval European Cities.” Paper read at the annual meeting of the International Medieval Congress, in Leeds, UK, July 2007.
“A New Feast is Born: The Prosas for the Feast of Corpus Christi in Tours.” Paper read at the Medieval-Renaissance Conference, Tours, France, July 2005.
“The Choir of Saint-Martin of Tours and the Evolution of Performing Forces in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.” Paper read at the International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2004.
“Late Medieval Use of St Martin’s Liturgy: A St Martin Antiphon in the Tenor of Machaut's Motet 5.” Paper read at the annual meeting of the American Musicological Society in Houston, TX, November 2003.
“Two centuries of Liturgical Reform in Saint-Martin of Tours, 1204-1395.” Paper read at the annual Midwest Medieval History Conference, South Bend, IN, October 2003.
“The Tenor of Machaut’s Motet 5: A Reevaluation of the Sources.” Paper read at the International Musicological Society, Leuven, Belgium, July 2002.
“Dana Goes International: Representing the Nation, Crossing Musical, Cultural and Sexual Borders.” Paper read at the annual meeting of the Society of Ethnomusicology in Austin, TX, November 1999.
“The Singing of Boys in Medieval Monasteries.” International Voice Day, Shiba Hospital, Tel Ha-Shomer, Israel, 8 April, 2011, in Hebrew.
The Medieval and Renaissance Society at Haifa University. “Piety and Unorthodoxy in Medieval Liturgy.” Paper read in 17 May, 2007.
Sociology Departmental Seminar at The Hebrew University, Jerusalem. “The Politics of Nostalgia in Popular Israeli Music.” April 2007.
Augsburg College, St Paul, MN. Offered two classes on the interpretation of chants from medieval manuscripts to students of musicology and of religious studies, 17 November 2004.
Gave a workshop on medieval music and manuscripts at the Minneapolis Public Library, 17 November 2004.
“On the Provenance of the MS Bibliothèque Municipale de Tours 159 and its Significance.” Paper delivered in a colloquium held at the University of Minnesota, Center for Medieval Studies, 18 November 2004.
Led three pre-concert lectures in Duluth and in Minneapolis entitled “St Martin in Poetry and Prose.” Lectures were offered in conjunction with the Rose Ensemble performance of chant and polyphony inspired by Martinian themes. November 2004.
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