Thanks for the kind words Matt and Tabman, Hey, how are you doin'? Long time no see.
Anyhow, I first put the program together for a literary society who asked that I do the presentation. This was a much smaller and shorter version of what I'm doing now. Dr. Lawrence Hass invited me to present an expanded version for the Theory and Art of Magic symposium at Muhlenberg College a few years ago. At his suggestion, I added the PowerPoint presentation as well as expanding the scale of information and routines performed. Since then, I have repeated it at The University of Delaware and for a few magic conferences, including the Harrisburg Day of Magic (actually two days, but who's counting) where Matt saw it and the MAES Convention last year. I will be presenting it for The New England Magic Collections Association in a few weeks in Watertown, MA and again in November for the McNichols Round Table group in Linden, NJ.
Clay, I don't have any collateral materials at present, but would be happy to discuss it with you off-line, or on-line if there is sufficient interest.
The name of the presentation is The History of Magic Through Performance, tho I've subtitled it, with apologies to The Complete Shakespeare Company, The Complete History of Magic (abridged).