Projects often generate new questions and discussions. In addition the insights that have been developed, these are important and/or interesting for a wider public. Below you can see the
publications, lectures and other media output I generated.
'The coffee commodity chain: connecting global history to cultural landscapes', European University Institute [EUI], Florence, September 9th 2019;
‘At the Mercy of Global Trade Dynamics: the Frisian Village Molkwerum, Extremely Vulnerable Yet Resilient’, European Society for Environmental History (ESEH),
Zagreb, 29 June 2017 [Abstract];
‘Rock solid or build on quicksand?’, International Committee for the History of Technology (ICOHTEC), Porto, 27 July 2016 [Abstract];
‘The influence of conventions, techniques and mental stereo-types on the reproduction of landscape-images. Presenting an alternative method by analysing
hunebed-pictures’, European Association of Archaeologists (EEA), Glasgow, 3 September 2015 [Abstract] [Video];