CV

For a more extensive version of my cv, please have a look at my LinkedIn page. Here, I will provide a brief overview.

Work Experience | Teaching | Conferences and TalksPublications


Work experience

  • 2021-present: Assistant Professor of Political Theory, at the Radboud University Nijmegen, Faculty of Management Sciences, Department of Political Science.
  • 2021-present: postdoctoral researcher at the Vive la Commune! project, funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation.
  • 2021-present: Member of the FOC, faculty co-determination board.
  • 2015-2021: PhD candidate at the Radboud University Nijmegen, Faculty of Management Sciences, Department of Political Science.
    • Apart from tasks regarding research and education, I served as member of the Examination Board and the Programme Committee of Political Science. Moreover, I am the organizer of the Political Science Lunch Sessions and I was a member of the Junior Faculty Consortium.
  • 2013-present: Supervisor at the Radboud Honours Academy.
  • 2018-2019: Programme Director of the Interdisciplinary Master Programme of the Radboud Honours Academy.
  • 2014-2015: Trainee at the Dutch Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS) in The Hague.

Teaching

Political Science:

Radboud Honours Academy:


Conferences and Talks


Publications

Academic:

Non-academic:

  • (2017) ‘Blijvend in de schaduw van Rusland? Hoe de ‘Grootste Revolutie’ in Duitsland verdrongen raakte in de geschiedschrijving en herinneringscultuur’,  Liberale Reflecties, 58 (2), 31-43 (PDF).
  • ‘Communist of ambtenaar? Johan Wilman (1921-2009)’, in: Jeroen Pepers en Davied van Berlo (ed.) Ambtenaren! 200 jaar werken aan Nederland in 100 portretten (Den Haag 2015), pp. 146-147 (pre-print version (pdf, 118 kB)).
  • ‘Infiltreren bij de Maagdenhuisbezetting. Peter IJzerman (1944)’, in: Jeroen Pepers en Davied van Berlo (ed.) Ambtenaren! 200 jaar werken aan Nederland in 100 portretten (Den Haag 2015), pp. 170-171 (pre-print version (pdf, 104 kB)).
  • ‘Slachtoffer van terrorisme. Arie Kranenburg (1931-1977)’, in: Jeroen Pepers en Davied van Berlo (ed.) Ambtenaren! 200 jaar werken aan Nederland in 100 portretten (Den Haag 2015), pp. 186-187 (pre-print version (pdf, 111 kB)).
  • ‘On the way to a new dialogue. A policy advice on the European Commission’s dialogue with religious, philosophical and non-confessional organisations’, in: Radboud Honours Academy (ed.), One European political identity? Reflections on science 2011-2012 (Nijmegen 2012) 13-33,available online.
  • Gaard Kets, Parlement: Ideaal en Werkelijkheid. Parlementshervorming in Nederland en Duitsland in de jaren zestig (Jonge historici schrijven geschiedenis 56; Amsterdam 2012), available online.