Whitham, B. (2018) 'A Postmodern Neo-Marxist's Guide to Free Speech', Responding to Peterson: An Intervention in Lieu of a Debate, Victory Farm Center for the Humanities / Boise State University, Idaho, October 2018.
Whitham, B. and Ali, N. (2018) ‘Living With Scandal: Intersecting Anti-Muslim Racism and Austerity’, 5th EISA European Workshops in International Studies, University of Groningen, June 2018.
Whitham, B. (2017) ‘Elements of the neoliberal way of war’, European International Studies Association (EISA) annual convention, Barcelona, September 2017.
Whitham, B. and Ali, N. (2017), ‘The unbearable anxiety of being’, European International Studies Association (EISA) annual convention, Barcelona, September 2017.
Whitham, B. (2017) [invited speaker], ‘Critical discourse analysis in international politics: Rationale, opportunities and challenges’, a research methods workshop for postgraduate students in the School of Public Policy, University College London (UCL), 13th March 2017.
Whitham, B. (2017) ‘Ways of seeing, ways of being: Re-assessing neoliberalism as ideology and governmentality’, accepted for presentation at Neoliberalism in the Anglophone World, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3.
Whitham, B. (2016) ‘Seeking asylum from poverty: Contesting the refugee/migrant paradigm’, presented at Green Economics Institute Conference on Climate and Migration, University of Oxford.
Whitham, B. (2015) ‘Ways of seeing, ways of being: analysing ideological discourse and governmental practice’, presented at Mind the Gap, Please!, Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Warwick.
Ali, N. and Whitham, B. (2014) ‘The unbearable anxiety of being Muslim’, presented at Politics in Times of Anxiety, University of Manchester.
Heaven, C. and Whitham, B. (2014) ‘Practicing what you preach? Approaching Discourse and Practice in International Relations’, presented at International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, Toronto.
Whitham, B. (2013) ‘The Neoliberal Way of War: the diffusion of market ideology in discourses of state violence’, presented at International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, San Francisco.