Davies, B. (Sept 2011) Playing with and against the forces of normalization: feminist narratives and lines of flight. Normalization and Gender

             Conference, Sundsval Sweden

Davies, B. (August 2010) Open listening: creative evolution in early childhood settings. Keynote address OMEP XXVI World Conference, August 11-13,

           2010, Gothenburg, Sweden

Davies, B. (January 2010) The struggle between the individualised subject of phenomenology and the multiplicities of the poststructuralist subject: the problem of agency. Qualitative Methods Conference: Individuality and Specificity in Qualitative Research. Brno, Czech Republic.

Davies, B. (June 2009) Listening. A radical pedagogy. Feminist Pedagogy Conference. Uppsala, Sweden.

Davies B. (September 2008) Difference and differenciation: embodied subjects in pedagogic spaces. Gender Education and the Body, Lancaster UK.

Davies, B. (2006) Re-thinking gender in terms of positioning, relations of power, and the ethics of responsibility, Nordic Language and Gender Conference, Uppsala Sweden.

Davies, B. (November 2006) The implications of poststructuralist theory for assembling and analysing data in a discourse analytic mode. Discourse

             and Health Conference, UWS, UNSW and University of Sydney,

Davies, B. (December 2004) The transformation of intellectual workers into neoliberal subjects. The Australian Sociological Association, Albury.

Davies, B. (November 2003) Identity and otherness: creating the self, creating difference? Centre for Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood,

            Melbourne University.

Davies, B. (December 1999) A collective biography of body/landscape relations. The Australian Sociological Association, Melbourne.

Davies. B. (28 February to 3 March 1996) Embodiment and gender in discourses of "the environment". Discourse and Cultural Practice Conference. 

Davies, B. (September 1996) Teachers and researchers working together. School Days: Past, Present and Future Conference, Research Centre

            for Gender Studies and Faculty of Education, University of South Australia, Adelaide