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In Press
G. Bil, Ambivalent Ethnobotany: John Buchanan and Māori Plant Knowledge in Imperial Context, in Art in the Service of Science: Dunedin's John Buchanan, 1819-1898, L. Tyler and Galloway, D. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, In Press.
2015
G. Bil, Between Māori and Modern? The Case of Mānuka Honey, in Appreciating Local Knowledge, E. Kapferer and Koch, A. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015.
G. Bil, 'A sort of evil out there': Indigenous Appropriation and Surrealist Representation, Twenty-Five Years Later, in I'll See You Again in 25 Years: The Return of Twin Peaks and Generations of Cult TV, University of Salford, Salford UK, 2015.
2014
G. Bil, From Ethnoscience to Ethnology: Indigenous Plant Names in Imperial Context, in British Society for the History of Science, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews UK, 2014.
2013
G. Bil, Between Māori and Modern? The Case of Mānuka Honey, in Appreciating Local Knowledge, University of Salzburg, Salzburg AT, 2013.
G. Bil, Indexing the Indigenous: Plants and Peoples in Transcolonial Context, in Department of History, University of Sussex, Brighton UK, University of Sussex, Brighton UK, 2013.
G. Bil, What's in a (Plant) Name? The Māori-Latin Index and Scientific Botany in New Zealand, in Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Victoria, Victoria BC , 2013.
2012
G. Bil, As Clover Killed the Fern': Ethnobotany and Enchantment in New Zealand Anthropology, in Department of Anthropology, Victoria, University of Wellington, Wellington NZ, 2012.
G. Bil, John Buchanan and Māori Plant Knowledge in Imperial Context (electronic presentation), in A Celebration of John Buchanan FLS (1819-1898): Explorer, Artist, Botanist and Geologist, University of Otago, Dunedin NZ, 2012.
G. Bil, 'Must the Karaka Trees be Hidden?': Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf and the Indigenous, in Midwest Conference on British Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto ON, 2012.
G. Bil, The Nature of Ethnology: Plants and Peoples from Colenso to Katherine Mansfield, in Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington NZ, 2012.
2011
G. Bil, Racial Ambivalence, Colonial Governance: Boers, British, and the Scientific Construction of Whiteness in Colonial South Africa, in Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, University of Washington, Seattle WA, 2011.
2008
G. Bil, Power or Pleasure? The Value of Science in Colonial New Zealand, in Imperialisms: New and Old, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo ON, 2008.