MYM Wong. (2019). Charles I’s execution and the destiny of monarchy in Britain and Europe.
Monarchy and Modernity since 1500, University of Cambridge.
MYM Wong. (2018).News of the king’s execution: newsbooks, temporality, and the regicide of Charles I.
8th Biennial Conference, Society for Renaissance Studies.
MYM Wong. (2018). Reacting to Shock and Uncertainty: Some observations from the seventeenth century.
Malaysia-Singapore Research Conference, Cambridge.
MYM Wong. (2018). The Regicide of Charles I and Its Impact on Visions of Time and the Future.
64th Annual Meeting, Renaissance Society of America.
MYM Wong. (2018). Wielding the Future: historians and the execution of Charles I.
Wolfson Research Event, Wolfson College Cambridge.
MYM Wong. (2018). ‘A Prognostication for the Time Present and Future’: Astrologers, Time, and the Regicide of Charles I.
Early Modern British and Irish History Seminar, University of Cambridge.
MYM Wong. (2017). ‘What the world counts losse is gaine’: national trauma and historians’ conceptions of the future in early modern England.
The Making of Humanities VI, The Society for the History of the Humanities, Oxford.
MYM Wong. (2017). Coming to terms with disruption: the impact of the execution of Charles I on historians and their treatments of the past.
Imitation and Innovation: Uses of the Past in the Medieval and Early Modern World, Durham University.
MYM Wong. (2017).‘Inward horror will be their first tormentor’: the public execution of Charles I and its impact on historians and the future.
Cruelty and Compassion: Postgraduate Conference, University of Leeds.
MYM Wong. (2017).‘If tho doest not beware in time’: crisis and temporality in the almanacs of the English Civil Wars. Rethinking Crisis, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH).
MYM Wong. (2017). ‘When the Bridegroome shall come’: Astrologers and time as rhetoric during the English Civil Wars.
Revolution, Reformation and Re-formation, Institute of Historical Research, University of London.
MYM Wong. (2016). Imagining Ice and Infinity: Constructions of Place in the Antarctic and Outer Space Treaties.
Imagined Worlds in the History of Political Thought, University of London.