30 January 2015: Dissertation ‘The little o’th’earth, Shakespeare’s Sustaining Allegory’ available through National Academic Research and Collaborations Information System, published by Utrecht University when I earned my doctorate (PhD). Research focus: role of the circle metaphor in Shakespeare’s allegories and their creative power in current sustainability debates. In line with sustainability theory Klaas van Egmond, Professor of Geosciences at Utrecht University.
2 February 2015: Radio interview (in Dutch) by Mark Beekhuis on BNR Duurzaam (scroll to 51:30).
24 January 2015: Belminuut in de Volkskrant.
January 2017: Peer-reviewed article ‘The Globe Sustained: Shakespeare’s allegory for sustainable development’ in Futures (watch the introductory 5-minute audioslide presentation here).
October 2017: Atlas, the human dimension of changing space. Includes an explanation of ‘Shakespeare’s Sustaining Allegory’ and its employment in logistics, water management and finance. Please fill in your name and e-mail address in the right side column to receive the link – downloads are free.
2015- to date: Research affiliate at Utrecht University
March 2019: Peer-reviewed article in Futures, in co-operation with Mike Duijn, Erasmus University Rotterdam: Shakespeare’s learning futures: The application of Shakespeare’s allegory as interpretative scheme for sustainable decision-making. Presenting our method to apply Shakespeare’s allegorical O to strategic challenges in business.