‘The Future of Music is (Not) Digital’: Confronting our Love Affair with Music Technology. British Forum of Ethnomusicology, Bath Spa University, 2021.
"Catch My Disease" - Ethnographies of a Virus as Told by Contemporary Western Art Musicians. Musicological Society of Australia Annual Conference 2020 Monash University
“‘In Our Private Universe” - Exploring Immersive Sound, Intimacy and Recording Technology’, Musicological Society of Australia Annual Conference 2019 Monash University
Invited Speaker for the closing panel at the Electronic Music Conference, Sydney 2019.
Chaired panel on “Sustainability in the Australian Music Industries” Electronic Music Conference, Sydney 2019.
Panel “Cameo Appearances: Challenging Normativity through the Symbolic Force of the Abnormal”, 20th Biennial IASPM International conference at the Australian National University, Canberra in 2019. Panel consists of Prof. Henry Johnson (University of Otago), Dr Andrew Alter (Macquarie University), Dr Ian Collinson (Macquarie University) and myself.
“Doing Ethnomusicology in the Time of the Anthropocene” British Forum of Ethnomusicology, Annual Conference, April 2016, University of Kent, Chatham, Keogh B,
International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) Annual Conference, University of Otago 2014, Keogh B.
“Global Threats, Songs from the Wood: A consideration of the ecology trope as applied to the discourse of sustainability and global musical diversity.” Music and Environment Symposium UTS 2013,
“‘A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place’?: Questioning Music Ecology” Keogh B, International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM) Annual Conference Queensland Conservatorium of Music 2013; Keogh B, and Collinson I,
“Travelling Ideas, Travelling Theory: Tracking Movement and Change in the Discourse of World Music in Australia.” Music Society of Australia (MSA) Annual Conference Queensland Conservatorium of Music 2013:
“World Music is a Zombie.” Keogh B, 2013 Global Musician Colloquium Macquarie University 2013: Keogh B, 2013