Reilly, P.J. (2022) Digital Contention in a Divided Society: a year on, interview with John Coster, Documentary Media Centre, 19 January.
Reilly, P.J. (2021) Digital Contention in a Divided Society, invited seminar, Arkın University of Creative Arts and Design, North Cyprus, 2 November.
Reilly, P.J. (2021) in conversation with Emily Harmer, Political Studies Association Media and Politics Group Seminar, 14 July. [video]
Reilly, P.J. (2021) Social media, parades and protest in a Divided Society: Reflections from post-conflict Northern Ireland, invited seminar, School of Arts and Humanities, Nottingham Trent University, 28 April.
Reilly, P.J. (2021) Peace on Facebook? Problematising Social Media as spaces for intergroup contact in divided societies, invited seminar, Communication and Media Research Institute, University of Westminster, 4 March.
Reilly, P.J. (2021) Digital Contention in a Divided Society, invited book talk hosted by Dublin City University, 25 February.
Reilly, P.J. (2021) Digital Contention in a Divided Society, invited book talk, ICTs and Peacebuilding, Hub for the Study of Hybrid Communication in Peacebuilding, University of Sheffield, 19 January.
Ditchfield, H., Reilly, P.J., and Vasconcelos, A.C. (2020) Social Media Research Ethics Workshop, White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership, University of Sheffield, 3 June.
Reilly, P.J. (2019) You can’t eat a flag! Social media and political polarisation in contemporary Northern Ireland, Invited talk at Reportage Club, Documentary Media Month, Leicester, 8 March.
Reilly, P.J. (2017) Social media, citizen empowerment and crisis communication during the 2014 UK Floods, invited presentation at ESRC CASCADE-NET Seminar, The role of civil society’s agency in governance and contingency planning: citizenship, participation and social learning, University of Sheffield, 1 December.
Reilly, P.J., Serafinelli, E., Petersen, L., and Fallou, L. (2017) Enhancing critical infrastructure resilience through effective crisis communication: identifying best practices for European CI Operators, invited presentation to Information School, University of Sheffield, 15 November.
Reilly, P.J. (2017) Twitter, affective publics and contentious parades in divided societies: The 2014 and 2015 Ardoyne parade disputes, Invited presentation to Faculty of Media and Communication, Bournemouth University, 24 May.
Reilly, P.J. (2016) Summary of research interests, Invited presentation to Library and Information Societies research group, Information School, University of Sheffield, 9 June.
Reilly, P.J. (2016) YouTube, sousveillance and the policing of the 2013 flag protests in Northern Ireland, invited presentation to Social Media and Politics symposium, Ulster University, Belfast, 3 June.
Reilly, P.J. (2015) Screencasts in Media Studies, invited presentation as part of symposium ‘EAP Lecturers and subject specific lecturers at University of Leicester, British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes Annual Conference, University of Leicester, 18 April.
Reilly, P.J. (2015) Tweeting the Twelfth: How citizens used Twitter during the Orange Order parades in July 2014, Media and Democracy Group, University of Leicester, 25th March.
Reilly, P.J. (2015) Social media, citizen empowerment and crisis communication during the 2014 UK Floods, Risk and Social Media, Association française pour la prévention des catastrophes naturals (AFPN), Bâtiment Bienvenue, Cité Descartes, Marne-la-Vallée, 24 January.
Reilly, P.J. (2014) Invited interview at Reportage Club, Documentary Media Month, Leicester, 26 November.
Reilly, P.J. (2014) The mobile phone: a tool for sousveillance? The Social World in 100 Objects, ESRC Festival of Social Science, New Walk Museum, 7 November.
Reilly, P.J. (2014) Invited presentation at Holistic Approaches to Reducing Marginalisation: An Irish Perspective, RCUK Partnership for Conflict, Crime & Security Research, Durham University, 26 September.
Reilly, P.J. (2014) Summary of research interests, Invited presentation to Scoping Questions of Privacy, Surveillance and Governance, Digital Society Network, University of Sheffield, 16 July.
Reilly, P.J (2013) Social media and Northern Irish politics: an overview, Invited presentation at Transformative Networks? Social media, politics and protests, University of Ulster, Belfast Campus, 10 December.
Reilly, P.J. (2013) Invited Participant in New Media, New Politics: Social media and conflict transformation in Northern Ireland, Roundtable, Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Trinity College Dublin, 18-19 October.
Reilly, P.J. (2013) Social media, sousveillance and riots: Challenges for UK Police Forces, invited presentation to Social Media and Crowds, European Police College Webinar, 3 July.
Reilly, P.J. (2013) Social media, sousveillance and civil unrest in the UK, invited presentation to Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research, Birmingham City University, 5 June.
Reilly, P.J. (2012) Social media and Social unrest: Challenges and Opportunities for UK Police, Invited presentation to Global MSC Security Seminar CCTV Budget Cuts & the Riots – How Did We Adapt? Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, Bristol, 6 March.
Reilly, P.J. (2012) invited Participant in Urban Operations – How the military can contribute to achieving effect in the urban environment, Exercise AGILE WARRIOR, Royal United Services Institute, London, 12 February.
Reilly, P.J. (2011) Policing and Social Media, Invited presentation to Westminster eForum Keynote Seminar eCrime, cyber-threats and protecting critical infrastructure, Princess Alexandra Hall, Royal Over-Seas League, Over-Seas House, Park Place, St James’s Street, London, 24 November.
Reilly, P.J. (2011) Making Northern Ireland safer? Policy responses to young people’s use of social media for organising street riots in Belfast, ESRC Seminar entitled ‘Digital Policy: Connectivity, Creativity and Rights’, University of Leicester, Leicester, 18 November.
Reilly, P.J. (2010) Facebook for Peace? An exploration of the dialogic potential of Web 2.0 in Northern Irish interface areas, Invited seminar presentation to Geography Department, University of Leicester, Leicester, 27 May.