Lectures

Critical psychology: the individual and the social

Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 1989.

New approaches to the social study of psychology

Department of Social Psychology, London School of Economics, 1989.

Rationalities and technologies of government (with Dr. Peter Miller)

Colloquium on Language and Politics, University of Helsinki, 1988.

The uses of history in critical legal studies: analysing the public and the private

First Annual Critical Legal Conference, University of Kent, 1986.

Calculable minds and manageable individuals

International Conference for the History of the Human Sciences, University of Durham, 1986.

Regulation through privacy: governing the family home

Conference on Policy Aspects of the Public-Private Division, University of Edinburgh Centre for Criminology, 1986.

Thinking about the history of the psycho-sciences

University of Cambridge Group for the History of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis and Allied Sciences, Symposium, 1986.

Unreasonable rights

Socio-Legal Group Annual Conference, 1985.

Deregulating childhood and privatising the family

Child Care and Development Seminar, University of Cambridge, 1985

The administration of children

British Psychological Society (Developmental Section) Annual Conference, 1984.