Publications
Louis Couperus at his writing desk, 1923.

Publications

Academic, peer reviewed
- A Literary Invention: The Etruscan Myth in the Early Florentine Renaissance, in Renaissance Studies, vol. 24 no. 4 (2010), pp. 459-471 
- Per una rilettura del 'legno lucido e sereno' di Purgatorio VII, in Incontri, rivista europea di studi italiani, 22/2 (2006), pp. 123-130. 
- Fra Dio e l'imperatore: il simbolismo delle pietre preziose nella Divina Commedia, in Dante, rivista internazionale di studi su Dante Alighieri, III (2006), pp. 69-93. 

Other
- Het koningspaar dat wegbleef, in Vorsten 7/2018, pp. 50-55, on the planned but cancelled visit by King Rama VII and his wife to the Netherlands in 1934 and the design drawings made for this visit found in the Jac. Vos & Co. archive in the ABN Amro Historical Archives.
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A very Parisian affair: Oscar Massin’s jewels in the Dutch Royal Collection, in Jewellery History Today, the magazine of the Society of Jewellery Historians, Issue 31, Winter 2018, pp. 6-7. For the original, annotated long form version with many images, go here
- Queen Wilhelmina’s Fabergé Neo-Renaissance Nephrite Presentation Tray, in the Spring Newsletter of the website fabergeresearch.com, June 2018. 
- Italiaans voor Dummies, editor of the 2nd edition of the Dutch version of Italian For Dummies, Pearson Education, Amsterdam, 2008. 

On royal jewels in magazines (2009-2017)
As Editor of Royalty Magazine I published on a very wide range of subjects, not exclusively but mostly relating to jewels in the Royal Collections of Europe and beyond. Given the historical character of these collections, I was able to do a lot of relevant research and present my own findings, for example in the Van Kempen, Begeer & Vos archives at RKD in the Hague and about Fabergé in the Dutch Royal Collection. In 2011 I wrote a glossy magazine giving a quite complete overview of the several royal collections in Europe. For a few years I had my own 2-page jewellery column. 
Examples of subjects covered in my publications: the collections of the European Houses, many articles on the Dutch Royal Collection, Queen Anna Pavlovna of the Netherlands' jewellery, Steltman Juwelier, Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia as patron of jewellers, the Begum Inaara Khan collection, the jewellery auctions of Sotheby’s and Christie’s, Sapphires and Spitfires (about sapphires donated by Queen Wilhelmina for the Spitfire-fund in World War II), Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, Mellerio dits Meller, the sapphire jewellery of the Dutch royal house, insect jewellery, snake jewellery, flowers jewellery, jewellery with letters, etc.

Interviews with prominent Dutch authors (2003-2008)
In Arabesken, journal of the Louis Couperus Genootschap: 
- Willem Melchior: Het belang van onvolmaaktheid 
Bas Heijne: Couperus, visionair premodernist 
Adriaan van Dis: Tegen de smaak van de tijd, opinies en columnistengeklets
- Hella Haasse: 
Schrijven is mijn manier van aanwezig zijn 
Arthur Japin: Fantasie als toevluchtsoord 
Antoine Bodar: Beschaving en het spel van de conversatie 
Aristide von Bienefeldt: De verschrikkingen van het alledaags 
Anna Enquist: Floreren bij de grote vorm 
Helga Ruebsamen: De stem van het boek 
Liesje Schreuders: 'Neernijgen, opnijgen en weer neerzijgen'.