"Caring for Cultural Materials" presented to the Association of King County Historical Organizations, March 2015.
"The use of Vellux in the cleaning of fragile objects" and "U.V. marking of beadwork restorations", Presentations for the Pacific Conservation Group Meeting, Museum of Vancouver BC, June 2013
"Marking Bead Restorations with U.V. fluorescing markers" presented at Objects Specialty Group Tips Session, AIC annual conference, 2013.
"Conservation 911: Preserving our Art Heritage" Presentation given at Preservation Fair Puget Sound Navy Museum, April 2012.
“Treatment Considerations of an Egyptian Polychrome Wood Coffin” talk presented to Objects Group Meeting of the AIC Annual Conference, Portland, June 12, 2004
“The Conservation of The Burke Museum Mummy and Coffin” for 5th grade History class, Cathcart Elementary School, Snohomish, 2004.
“Science Applications in Art Object Conservation” Lecture to Washington Section Meeting of the American Chemical Society, University of Washington, Seattle, WA January 2003.
"Art Conservation Issues for Small Museums” a lecture given at the Registrar’s Committee-Western Region Workshop “Caring for Objects on Long Term Exhibit”, Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle, June 12, 1996.
“Restoration vs Conservation” a lecture given to art docents and the public at the Duke University Museum of Art, March 4, 1991.
“To Clean or Not to Clean”, a lecture given at the Brummer Collection Symposium, Duke University Museum of Art, 1990.
“CMC Paper Pulp Fills for Wood Objects” a talk given at the Objects Group meeting of the AIC Annual Conference in Richmond, VA 1990.
“Treatment of a Bronze Vessel Excavated in Ban Don Ta Phet, Thailand” lecture to the Conservation Department, Senior Project, University of London Institute of Conservation, 1982.
Laura S. Phillips and Linda Roundhill “Caring for an Egyptian Mummy and Coffin” essay in Human Remains, eds. Cassman, Odegaard and Powell, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc, NY, 2007.
Roundhill, L.S. “The conservation treatment considerations for an Egyptian Polychrome Wood Coffin” paper presented at the 2004 AIC Object Group Session, Portland Oregon, OSG Postprints, Vol.11.
Roundhill, L.S. "The use of methyl cellulose and paper pulp as a gap-fill for wood objects" published as an AIC Objects Group Occasional Paper, 1994.
"Comments on the Conservation of Selected Objects in the Brummer Collection" an essay in The Brummer Collection of Medieval Art, Bruzelias, et. al., Duke University Press, 1991.
Roundhill, L.S., Reents-Budet, D., McGovern, P. and Michel, R. "Maya Blue: a fresh look at an old controversy” Seventh Palenque Round Table, 1989 Volume IX, (M.G. Robertson and V.M. Fields, eds.) Pre-Columbian Research Institute: San Francisco, pp.253-256.
Roundhill, L.S. "The History, Deterioration and Conservation of Cellulose Nitrate Objects" unpublished thesis, University College London, Institute of Archaeology, 1982 PDF COPY AVAILABLE HERE