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.

omslag proefschrift        Atlas, the human dimension of changing space is an appendix to 'The little o’th’earth, Shakespeare’s Sustaining Allegory', dissertation of Dr. Iris Casteren van Cattenburch, Utrecht University, The Netherlands (2015, 56 pages). It comprises a summary and a few examples of the employment of Shakespeare’s sustaining allegory. You can obtain a free copy by sending an e-mail to iris [@] cvc [.] nu