‘Fangirls of Burnside’. Comics Forum. September 2017.
‘Hopelessly in love with a psychopathic clown’: Connecting the superhero and romance genres in Harley Quinn. The Eighth International Graphic Novel and Comics Conference. University of Dundee. June 2017
‘Romancing Harley: Sexuality and Subversion in DC’s Harley Quinn’. Canadian Society for the Study of Comics Conference 2017. Toronto. May 2017
‘No-one Does it Better: Frank Quitely and the Birds of Prey’. Comic Invention Lunchtime Talk. Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow. June 2016
‘#BatgirlofBurnside: How Moving to Burnside Transformed Batgirl’. International Graphic Novels and Comics/International Bande Dessinée Conference, University of London Institute in Paris. June 2015
‘Did Cyborgs Wear Corsets? Reading the Cyborg in Victorian Literature’. The Big Geek-End, Glasgow. March 2014
Articles & Reviews
Jackson, C. (2017). Harlequin Romance: The Power of Parody and Subversion. The Ascendance of Harley Quinn: Essays on DC’s Enigmatic Heroine (ed. Barba & Perrin). McFarland.
Jackson, C., (2015). A Review of Wonder Woman: Bondage and Feminism in the Marston/Peter Comics 1941–1948. The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship.. 5(1), p.Art. 8. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/cg.be
For UofG PGR Blog –
#PGRSelfCare: Unwind with Yarn. November 2017.
Glasgow In Panels. July 2017.
PGR Experience: Part-Time Researcher. March 2017.
Defeating Self-Sabotage. February 2017.
Wrangling MyCampus. January 2017.