For an outline of my career and a full list of my publications, please look here: https://www.flinders.edu.au/ehl/englishandcreativewriting/staff/joost-daalder-pub.cfm.
Primarily interested in English Renaissance Literature (especially drama). Also in modern literature. I have extensively published in both fields, particularly the Renaissance. A full - complete - list of my publications can be found on the Flinders website here: https://www.flinders.edu.au/ehl/englishandcreativewriting/staff/joost-daalder-pub.cfm. By contrast the list that appears on this "Staff Page Admin" page is quite incomplete, as all publications from 1969-1989 (inclusive) are not listed. Yet during those 20 years I published very extensively on serious academic topics, as the link just quoted will show. Please click on that list, which conveniently arranges items by subject, not chronologically. Most of my publications can be accessed through the "Flinders Commons". That approach has proved effective: my publications have been accessed by many thousands of readers via the Flinders Academic Commons portal. For example, by 1 November 2019 more than 53,000 readers had viewed an article on Shakespeare's *Much Ado About Nothing* by me.
From 1976-2001 taught extensively at Flinders University - mostly in the area of English Renaissance literature. Prior to that taught at the University of Otago (New Zealand) from 1966-76.
Adviser and referee, on literature in English (particularly that of the Renaissance) for publishers of learned journals and periodical publications. Member of the International Editorial Board of Parergon (Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies). Member of the (international) Advisory Board of "Digital Renaissance Editions". Supplier of information about visual art objects to a number of Australian museums and art galleries. My wife Truus and I gifted the Daalder Contemporary Jewellery Collection to the Art Gallery of South Australia in 2017. We are, as governors, members of the Gallery's Foundation. We regularly lend art objects to such institutions as the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in Sydney and the National Gallery of Australia. I also contribute to Facebook with regularity, usually on the visual arts. My wife is known for her books on the visual arts, notably her Ethnic Jewellery and Adornment (2009).
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