Academic presentations

“Making models: the production and exchange of anatomical knowledge around 1800”, casting workshop and lecture, The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 4 December 2018 (invited speaker)

“The visual wit of Paul Hannong’s tromp l’oeil table pieces”, workshop Early Modern Visual Wit, University of Cambridge, 27-28 June 2018 (invited speaker)

“Building the ARTECHNE Database: New directions in Digital Art History”, DHSI Conference and Colloquium, University of Victoria, Canada, 9 June 2018

“Anatomical modelling and the production and exchange of knowledge around 1800”, Conference Ordering knowledge, from Bacon to the Shelleys, Strasbourg, 16–17 March 2018


“De verbeelding van het brein in de beeldende kunst, 1500-heden” (Imaging the Brain. Depictions of the brain in the visual arts from 1500 until today), invited public lecture, Monika Auch / Weeflab en de Brainshow, Amsterdam, 6 December 2018.

“Beproefd of bespot? Over de transformatie van alchemie naar chemie in Nederland” (Tried or ridiculed? The transformation from alchemy to chemistry in the Netherlands), invited public lecture, Historical chapter of the Royale Dutch Chemical Society (CHG-KNCV), Utrecht, 23 November 2018.

“Blankaart en Bontekoe: smaak, geneeskunde en gezondheid rond 1700” (Blankaart and Bontekoe: taste, medicine, and health around 1700), invited lecture, Annual conference VFG (Dutch Society for Philosophy and Medicine), Leiden, 17 November 2018.

Invited participant, Folger Library Miranda workshop. Washington DC, 21-22 September 2018.

“What are you going to do with that? A plea for interdisciplinarity”, invited lecture for Stichting Art, Utrecht, 13 February 2018

With Jenny Boulboullé, “De kracht van het geschreven woord: Tinctoria-technologieën in vroegmoderne receptenboeken”, Publieksdag Utrecht Centre for Early Modern Studies, Utrecht, 3 February 2018