Huws, S, John, A and Kidd, J. 2018. ‘Olion/Traces Creating a bilingual subtle mob for Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales’ at Digital Pasts conference, University of Aberystwyth. 6-8 Feb 2018.
Kidd, J, and Sayner, J. 2017. ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London and on Tour’ paper at the Memory Studies Association Conference, 14-16 December 2017, University of Copenhagen.
Huws, S, John, A and Kidd, J, 2017, ‘Traces/Olion a ‘subtle mob’ for National Museum Wales’ presentation at DCDC conference, 27-29 Nov, The Lowry, Salford Quays.
Huws, S, John, A and Kidd, J, 2017, ‘Questioning museums’ responsibilities to truth in a ‘post-truth’ world‘ presentation at MCG Museums+Tech, 3rd Nov, IWM.
Kidd, J and Sayner, J, ‘Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red: The poppies at the Tower and on tour’ at Newcastle University MCH seminar series. 18th May 2017.
Kidd, J, ‘Infrastructures that democratise? cultural heritage, citizen humanities and digital labour’ at The University of Oslo. 8th May 2017.
Kidd, J, John, A and James, D. ‘Launching Traces/Olion: A ‘subtle mob’ for St. Fagans’, Cardiff University 22nd March 2017.
Kidd, J, ‘Pokemon No: Digital heritage ethics as a new professional literacy’ invited lecture at University of York, 2nd March 2017.
Jewell, J and Kidd, J, ‘Creativity and Conflict: Student responses to WW1 then and now’ at International Artistic Creation During WW1 symposium, Cardiff University. 11-12 November 2016.
Burness, A, Estep, M, Kidd, J, Weinard, C, ‘Putting people in the picture: Learning from visitors’ social photos’ at Museum Computer Network Conference 2016: The Human-Centred Museum. Nov 1-4, New Orleans.
Kidd, J, ‘Virtual Heritage: performed, embodied and affective digital encounters’ invited presentation as part of the Lost and Found workshop, Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany, 28-29 October 2016.
Kidd, J, ‘Dealing with difficult issues in digital work’ invited talk as part of the Hadrian’s Wall Education Forum Sharing Day at Vindolanda Fort and Museum, 10th August 2016
Gooch, M, Sayner, J, and Kidd, J, ‘Blood-Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London and on Tour’ at Re-Imagining Challenging History conference 29-30 June 2016, Cardiff.
Kidd, J, 2016, ‘An Introduction to Digital Humanities’ invited presentation at the AHRC SW and Wales Doctoral Training Event on Digital Humanities.
Kidd, J, ‘Ethics and Impacts in Digital Cultural Heritage Research’ keynote at the Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network, University of Edinburgh, at National Museums of Scotland. 22nd March 2016.
Kidd, J, ‘The Museum Visitor and the Virtual World’ invited lecture at Christie’s Education, London, 22nd January 2016.
Kidd, J, invited keynote at the Danish Research Centre on Education and Advanced Media Materials, Hindsgavel Manor, 16-17 November 2015.
Kidd, J, ‘With New Eyes I See: Writing fact/fiction in digital heritage experiences‘ at Mix 03: Writing Digital, Bath Spa University, 2-4 July 2015
Kidd, J, ‘The Transmedia Museum’ at Museums and the Web 2015, Chicago, April 8-11.
Kidd, J, ‘Territoriality in the Social Mediascape: Participation, Playfulness and Principles‘ invited keynote at the ‘Claims and Contestations in Urban Cultural Heritage: European Perspectives’ conference, ENSA Paris Val de Seine, 11-13 December 2014.
Kidd, J, John, Alison, and James, Dafydd, ‘With New Eyes I See: An Immersive Journey Through WW1’, Museums Association conference, 9-11 October 2014.
Kidd, J, ‘Provocation: What Use is the Digital Memory Archive‘ at the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling Symposium 2014: Storytelling and the Voice. 4-5 April 2014. University of South Wales.
Kidd, J, ‘Towards MA Conference 2014’ workshops for the Welsh Museums Federation at Cardiff Story and in Llandudno, 15th and 17th Jan 2014.
Kidd, J, ‘Museum Online Games and Affective Experience’ at AHRC Affective Experiences conference, 9th December 2013, Parasol Unit, London.
Kidd, J, ‘Museum Online Games: A misuse of empathy?’ at Challenging Memories conference, 17-19 July 2013. Buckfast Abbey.
Kidd, J, ‘Remix Culture’ workshop at Forms of Innovation, 27th June 2013, Cardiff University. Slides: FORMS OF INNOVATION
Kidd, J, ‘The Mediated Museum Understood as a Site of Complex Interactivity’ paper at ICA pre-conference, Audiences/Elsewhere, Leicester University 17th June 2013. PDF: Kidd_ICA paper
Kidd, J, ‘Visitor generated Content and Ethics: What we might learn from the media and journalism’ at iSay: The Shape of Things conference, University of Leicester, 31Jan–1Feb 2013. PDF: UGC and ethics
Kidd, J, ‘Mediating our Difficult Past’ at MeCCSA conference ‘Space and Place’, University of Ulster, 9-11 Jan 2013. PDF: Kidd_Mediating Our Difficult Past
Kidd, J. 2012. ‘The Gamification of History. analysing the ‘game-story’ of 20 museum online games’ at the Digital Cultures Conference, Salford Media City. June 13-14 2012.
Kidd, J, ‘What is Challenging History?’ at Challenging History conference, City University London, Feb 23-25, 2012. PDF: Challenging History_Kidd
Kidd, J, Ntalla, I and Lyons, W. ‘Multi-touch interfaces in museum spaces: reporting preliminary findings on the nature of interaction’ at Re-thinking Technology in Museums: Emerging Experiences. University of Limerick, May 25-27 2011. http://www.idc.ul.ie/techmuseums11/paper/paper1.pdf
Kidd, J, ‘Heritage Performance and Authenticity’ presentation to the TAPRA conference, the University of Glamorgan, 9-11 Sept, 2010 PDF:
Kidd, J, ‘Fact/Fiction: Exploring the liminal in heritage performance’ presentation to the Acting with Facts conference, Reading University, 1-3 Sept, 2010 PDF: Fact_Fiction_Kidd
Kidd, J, ‘The Museum as Narrative Witness’ presentation to the Narrative Space conference, Leicester University, 20-22 April, 2010 PDF: narrative space_Kidd
Kidd, J, ‘The Performance of Lives Past’ presentation to the Performing Lives conference, Kingston University, 6-8 July, 2009 PDF: Performance of Lives Past_Kidd
Kidd J, ‘Using Participatory Performance in the co-production of ‘heritage’’ workshops at the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals Local Studies Conference, the National Archives, Kew, 8th June 2009
Kidd J, ‘Enacting Engagement Online: the cultural industries and the rhetoric of democracy’ presentation at the 2nd Digital Cultures Seminar, Salford University, 4-5 June 2009
Kidd, J, ‘Multimedia Narratives: co-production between museums and their audiences’ presentation at the LCACE Technical Invention for Museums roundtable event at City University, 2nd February 2009
Jackson, A, Kidd, J, and Brown, P, panel session on Performance, Learning and Heritage at the Museums Association Conference, 6-8 October, 2008, Liverpool. Jenny Kidd also chair of session.
Jackson, A and Kidd, J, ‘Performance as a Learning Medium’ presentation at the American Alliance for Theatre and Education conference, 22-28 July 2008, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Various contributions to the Performing Heritage conference, April 3-5, 2008. Including chairing sessions, presenting and running a workshop, and organisation of the conference timetable. University of Manchester.
Kidd, Jenny, ‘The Museum as Multimedia: Representation in the Digital Age’ at MECCSA conference, Cardiff University, 9-11 January 2008.
Jackson, Tony and Kidd, Jenny, ‘This Accursed Thing: Research into Practice’ at the 5th Biennial IMTAL conference, 20-23September, 2007, Belfast.
Jackson, Tony and Kidd, Jenny, ‘Museum Theatre: Cultivating human ideas through drama’ presentation to IDEA 2007, International Drama/Theatre in Education Association congress, 16-22 July 2007, Hong Kong.
‘Digital Storytelling at the BBC: the reality of innovative audience participation’ paper presented to the RIPE @2006 conference, 16-18 Nov 2006, Amsterdam.
Kidd, Jenny, ‘Performance, Learning and Heritage’, at the Museum Ethnographers Group Conference, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, 18 May, 2006
Kidd, Jenny, ‘‘I jumped into the pool and it wasn’t deep at all’: Capture Wales, Impact and Analysis’, MECCSA Postgraduate Conference, Cardiff University, 23 June, 2005
Meadows, Daniel and Kidd, Jenny ‘Capture Wales: The Parker Legacy’, Second Annual Charles Parker Day, University of Central England, Birmingham, 8 April, 2005