June 2021: ‘Old and new Andalusians: elites and minorities in Tunisia today’ ‘; International Onlineworkshop ‘The Concept of Minority, a Critical Appraisal’, University of St Gallen.
September 2019: ‘Sensing the body to dilute the self: the corporeal acquisition of a Sufi identity’; International conference ‘Sufism and the body’, University of Utrecht.
April 2019: ‘Dinámicas de 'otredad' en la etnogénesis andalusí en Túnez: búsquedas identitarias motivadas por el otro’; International conference ‘Túnez y el Mediterráneo en la Edad Moderna: Identidades, conflictos y representaciones, Homenaje a Slimane Mostafa Zbiss y Mikel de Epalza’, National Archives, Tunis, Tunisia.
December 2018: ‘The translatable and un-translatable in transnational religion; Moroccan Sufism beyond Arabic and the performative acts of ‘explaining’ Islam’; International conference ‘European Languages as Muslim Lingua Francas’, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
April 2016: ‘Between two or three worlds; Reversion to Islam, marocanité and Western Sufism in the ṭarīqa Būdshīshiyya’; Sufism East and West, Mystical Islam and Cross-cultural Exchange between the West and the Muslim World, International Workshop in Memory of Professor Annemarie Schimmel (1922–2003), Universität Erfurt, Germany.
October 2015: ‘El sufismo marroquí en Europa a través de sus prácticas – una mirada antropológica a la ṭarīqa Būdshīshiyya’; Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid, Spain.
October 2015: ‘El Sufismo Contemporáneo y las disputas por el “corazón” del Islam’; Seminario de Historia y Religión, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain.
October 2014: ‘Debunking Some Myths on the Study of Contemporary Islam, the case of the Moroccan Sufi Order Qādiriyya Būdshīshiyya’; Seminar für Nahoststudien, Universität Basel, Switzerland.
October 2013: ‘My Civilisation, your Barbarianism; Religious Identity and the Re-appropriation of al-Andalus in the Moroccan-Spanish Borderland.’ at the ‘Religion at the Borderland; Conceptualizing “Borders” through the Study of Religion’ Anthropology Symposium, University of St Gallen, Switzerland.
January 2013: ‘The “Swiss Umma” Project; the struggles and dilemmas of a nascent Muslim Umbrella Organisation’ at the ‘Muslim Participation in Contemporary Governance’ Conference, Bishopgate Institute London, University of Bristol and AHRC/ESRC project on Muslim Participation in Contemporary Governance, United Kingdom.
September 2011: ‘Dying the same way? A comparative perspective on Jewish and Muslim understandings of death’, at the ‘Intertwined Worlds: The Judaeo-Islamic Tradition’ Symposium, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
September 2010: ‘Transplanting Moroccan Sufism or Enacting New Eclecticisms? Transnational Identities and Regional Religiosities in the Qādiriyya Today’, at the ‘Religions and Migrations in Southern Europe’ Conference, University of Porto, Portugal.
May 2010: ‘The way you live is the way you die: Framing religious narratives in Muslim and Jewish mortuary religiosities in Britain today’, at the ‘Death Day’ Conference, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Winchester, United Kingdom.
February 2010: ‘End of life, death and Bereavement among Muslims in the UK’, College of Healthcare Chaplains, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
November 2009: ‘Transculturating Sulami. Readaptation of the Central Asian Medieval Sufi Heritage for Western European Audiences Today’, at the ‘International Conference on Central Asian Islamic Identites’, International Kazakh-Turkish University, Turkestan, Republic of Kazakhstan.
October 2008: ‘Mediating between Sulami’s Kitab al-Futuwah and Modern Sufi Readers. Agency and Transmission of Medieval Sufism in the Tariqa Budshishiyya Today’, at The ‘Cambridge Symposium on Middle Eastern Studies: Knowledge and Language in Middle Eastern Societies,’ Department of Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
June 2008: ‘Islamic Journeys Of The Soul Expressed In European Female Bodies. Religious Conversion as Bodily Enactments’, at the ‘Perspectives on Intercorporeality and Intersubjectivity Conference’, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
May 2008: ‘The European Budshishiyya, a Plural Map of Islamic Religiosities Within a Global Sufi Movement Today’ at the Postgraduate Conference, School of Oriental and African Studies, Faculty of Languages and Cultures, University of London, United Kingdom.
April 2008: ‘Spanish Budshishiyya: Local Embodiment of a Global Sufi Order’ at the 2008 International Conference: ‘Twenty Years and More: Research into Minority Religions, New Religious Movements and ‘the New Spirituality’, Cesnur, Center for Studies on New Religions, London School of Economics, United Kingdom.