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I frequently give popular lectures and workshops on various topics on request (general evolution, human evolution, history of evolutionary theory, plant evolution, evolution vs. creationism). If you are interested in such a lecture, please contact me to work out the details.

Here I give some examples of past lectures:

Lecture about the evolution of the human hand for the Dutch Society of Hand Therapists (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Handtherapie) in Houten during a symposium that focuses in the thumb (20 May 2016).

Kidzcollege lecture for children (7-12 years) at Mondo Verde in Kerkrade initiated by the Limburg University Fund (26 May 2016).

Lecture for "De ontbijtclub" about belief (esp. why I believe in evolution), Den Bosch (text available in Dutch at the Blog tab).

20PK lecture for Naturalis after Dark about the possibility to evolve gills when The Netherlands flood.

Lecture on the "Evolutionary necessity of sex" for Studium Generale Rotterdam.

Lecture series (5 lectures) on "The evolutionary history of our body"  for Studium Generale Maastricht.

Five mini lectures for "de Universiteit van Nederland" on general evolutionary theory

Lectures for the "Regionaal Genootschap Fysiotherapie Midden Nederland" about the evolution of the human hand.

Lecture for Stichting Brein in Beeld on the evolution of the Amazonian rainforest.

Lecture at the Ambrosiusgilde (bee keepers association) in Rotterdam and NVM Amstelland about fertilization and pollination in flowering plants.

Lecture at University Museum Utrecht about the evolution of the plant kingdom titled "from algae to angiosperm".

Opening-lecture exhibition “Darwin Now” on recent advances in evolutionary research, University College Utrecht

Lecture for “Friends of the University Museum" about the history of evolutionary theory, University Museum Utrecht

High school lectures about a general introduction on evolutionary thinking (e.g. SGS Sophianum high school, Gulpen; Helen Parkhurst high school, Almere; Sint Maartens College high school, Maastricht; De Vrije School high school, Tilburg)

Studium Generale lectures about the role of coincidence in evolutionary theory, Utrecht University, and
general introduction on evolutionary thinking, Utrecht University, Tilburg University and Delft University.

Workshop about evolution vs. creationism, Helen Parkhurst high school, Almere.