- "The singing and painted ape: an aposematic theory of human evolution" Presentation, 2016, Anti-Predator Coloration Symposium. Exeter University UK.
- "Conspicuousness and Behaviour in Human Evolution" Joseph Jordania's paper presented on August 3rd, 2017. 35th Ethological Conference in Estoril, Portugal.
- Fumio Koizumi Prize in Ethnomusicology complete Lecture at Koizumi Ceremony, May 2010.
“In recognition of his contribution to systematic analysis of folk polyphonies of the world, proposing a new model for the origins of traditional choral singing in a broad context of human evolution”
You can read here thePrize Lecture full text(Not for Citation)
- Shaping Ethnomusicology: from 19st to 21st Centuries. XXXIII ESEM – Georgia. Ethnomusicology in the 21st Century. 5-9 September 2017 Tbilisi.
Joseph Jordania (Australia/Georgia) – Shaping Ethnomusicology: from 19st to 21st Centuries.<br />XXXIII ESEM – GEORGIA. Ethnomusicology in the 21st Century. 5-9 September 2017 Tbilisi