Jake Snyder presented a paper to OERG on 17 March 2005 entitled 'Style I Interlace and the Structure of Beowulf'.
Members of OERG contributed to a session on Old English Riddles at the 2004 Leeds conference entitled 'New Perspectives on the Exeter Book Riddles'. Jane Page presented 'Structures of Power in Some Exeter Riddles'. Mel Heyworth presented 'Moral Regulation or Moral Resistance: Gendered Discourse in the Exeter Book Riddles'. Pirkko Koppinen presented 'Runes, Swords, and Semiotics in the Exeter Book Riddles'.
Pirkko Koppinen presented a paper on 7 May 2004 entitled 'Ond seo Cwen Numen (And the Queen Taken): Feud and the Ambiguity of Hildeburg's Marriage'.
Mel Heyworth presented a preview of her paper on Exeter Book Riddle 4 on 23 April 2004.
Jane Page has given talks to literary societies and book clubs on many aspects of English literature, but especially mediaeval. These have been received with enthusiastic acclaim.
In 2003 we worked together on the Old English poem, Judith, and managed to produce (after many, many weeks) our translation and a session at the 2003 Leeds conference: 'Feminine Force in the Old English Judith'. Jane Page presented 'Wundenlocc: Power and Status in a Tangle of Hair'. Pirkko Koppinen presented 'Judith Masquerading as a Man: Mimickery as an Empowering Force in the Old English Poem Judith'. Jennifer Neville Presented 'The Jewel in its Setting: Judith and Gendered Language'.
Pirkko Koppinen presented a paper to OERG on swords and Exeter Book Riddle 20 in 2002.