Westby, Margaret (2013). "Asphyxia: A Feminist Journey Through Memory." Natasha Davis: Performance Film Installation. United Kingdom: Natasha Productions. Available: http://thisisunbound.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_book_info&cPath=7&products_id=402
Westby, Margaret (Spring 2013). "Exposing the Inner Workings: An Interview with Nancy Mauro-Flude". In the .dpi issue 27: Hacktivism. Studio XX, Montreal, Quebec, CAN. Available:http://dpi.studioxx.org/en/exposing-inner-workings-interview-nancy-mauro-flude
Westby, Margaret. (Spring 2012). “Reconnecting with the Body: Destabilizing Dyads in Artistic Practice”. Upcoming in Aparté, «ACTES SEXUÉS: postures subversives du genre dans les pratiques performatives», École Supérieure de Théàtre, UQAM. Available:http://apartecahiers.blogspot.ca/p/no-2.html
“From Weaving Rope to Dancing Objects: Yvonne Rainer’s Carriage Discreteness from 9 Evenings,” October 2017. Paper presentation at the Congress on Research in Dance and Society of Dance History Scholars annual conference entitled Transmissions and Traces: Rendering Dance. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
“Remixing Knowledge in Dialogue: Navigating Interdisciplinarity Panel.” March 24, 2017. Organizer and Participant of Research-Creation Panel, a round table discussion between Sofian Audry, Mélanie Binette, Joanna Donehower, Taien Ng-Chan, Annie Katsura Rollins, and Margaret Jean Westby (research-creation scholars) that addresses performative methodologies outside the boundaries of disciplinary and academic frameworks. The discussion focuses on research-creation works, looking at examples of specific performances and art practices, writings (scripts, dissertation chapters, poetry, scores, and more), and methodologies through the process of creation to the outcome of a dissertation. Part of the Concordia University Humanities PhD Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec, Canada.
“Making a Mess of Dance through Feminist STS.” August 31- September 3, 2016. Paper presentation at the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S/EASST) Conference: Science and Technology by other means: Exploring collectives, spaces, and futures. Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona (CCIB), Barcelona, Spain.
“Performativity Frameworks: Dancing Agents in STS scholarship.” November 11-15, 2015. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Conference. Sheraton Downtown in Denver, Colorado.
Westby, Margaret. “Dancing Agents.” (April 2015). Lightening Talk presentation at AdaCamp: Conferences for Woman in Open Technology and Culture in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Westby, Margaret and Nikolaos Chandolias. (June 2014). “Choreographing Computational Materiality: Interventions in Technologically Augmented Dance Performance.” Paper presentation at ATINER: the 5th International Conference of Visual and Performing Arts Conference in Athens, Greece.
Westby, Margaret and Ardath Whynacht. (October 2013). “Making a Method: Mess, Mutualism, Performance, Feminism.” Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Conference. Town and Country Resort and Convention Center, San Diego, California.
Westby, Margaret (September 2013). “Forum 2: Digital Feminism: Choreographing Digital Computing: A Case Study of Black Magic/White Magic.” Paper Presentation at the Corporeal Computing: A Performative Archaeology of Digital Gesture. University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom.
Westby, Margaret and Ardath Whynacht. (April 2013). "Making a mess: performance, agency and mutualism in feminist collaborative artistic process." At the Pressing (against) Methods- An Interdisciplinary Conference. Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Westby, Margaret. (April 2013). "Dance of Entanglements: Human and Non-Human Phenomena in Computational Performance." At the Congress on Research in Dance Special Topics: Tactical Bodies: The Choreography of Non-Dancing Subjects, University of California, Los Angeles, USA.
Westby, Margaret. (July 2011). “Feminist Approaches to Text in Live Performance and Installations including Palabras Aladas, Ricochet, and Thirty-One-Point-Ten.” At Futures of Feminism Conference, Brunel University, West London, UK
Westby, Margaret. (Sept. 2010). “Ricochet.” Performance in collaboration with Anne-Laure Misme and Jennifer McColl at the Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts, Brunel University, West London, UK.