Publications

Copyrights permitting, publications are included as PDF or hyperlinks.

  • The Bible and Global Tourism. With J.S. Bielo (eds). London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2021. Series: The Bible in Contemporary Culture.
  • Music, Scripture, and the Sacred: Negotiating the Postsecular at a Dutch Arts Festival.‘ In: J.S. Bielo, L. Wijnia (eds). The Bible and Global Tourism. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2021. Series: The Bible in Contemporary Culture. 221-241.
  • Book review of Hans Janssen, Michael White, Marek Wieczorek. Mondrian and De Stijl. Exhibition Catalogue, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid. The Burlington Magazine, 163 (Feb) 2021. 173-175.
  • Het Gospel van Jezus’ Vrouw. Van wensdenken naar waarheid, en weer terug. De Nederlandse Boekengids (The Dutch Review of Books). Feb-March 2021. 28.
  • Relocated Heritage: An Artistic Via Dolorosa in the Heart of Amsterdam’International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage 2020. 8(5):70-82 (article 7).
  • ‘Maria Magdalena in Utrecht: van de middeleeuwen tot nu’. With A. Dijkema. Jaarboek Oud Utrecht 2020. 234-251
  • Piet Mondrian’s Abstraction as a Way of Seeing the Sacred.’ In: L. Child, A. Rosen (eds). Religion and Sight. Sheffield: Equinox, 2020. Series: Religion and the Senses. 143-159.
  • Medievalism: Visual Arts.’ In: Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception 18. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2020. 406-410.
  • The Current Crisis in Dutch Study of Religion and the Role of the NGG: A Short Rejoinder.’ With W. Arfman, S. Loukili, B. Meyer, J. Wiering, and E. Venbrux. NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion 2020, 74 (4): 315-318.
  • De Waalse Kerk als Kruiswegstatie’, Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Kerkgeschiedenis 2020, 23 (3): 254-259.
  • Religious Art, LSE Forum for Philosophy, online event. 09 December 2020: co-panelists Ben Quash and Mehreen Chida-Razvi. Also available as podcast.
  • Ik zat 28 uur in een kluis. Het was weldadig.Nederlands Dagblad, Gulliver. 24 July 2020: 3. Also published on the website of Via Jacobi.
  • ‘Proverbs 4.’ Comparative and individual commentaries of Hendrik Valkenburg, ‘Een Stichtelijk Uurtje’; Giorgio Andreotta Calo, ‘Anastasis’; Doreen Reid Nakamarra, ‘Marrapinti.’ Website The Visual Commentary on Scripture, King’s College London: 2020.
  • Book Review of Wessel Stoker, Marcel Barnard (eds). ‘God in Hedendaagse Kunst.’ NTT Journal for Theology and the Study of Religion, 2020, 74 (1): 90-92.
  • Book Review of TJ Clark, Heaven on Earth: Painting and the Life to Come. Website Reading Religion, American Academy of Religion. July 28, 2020.
  • De Kunst van het Wonder.’ With R. van der Houwen-Jelles. Catharijne Magazine. February 2020. 12-13.
  • Beyond the Return of Religion: Art and the Postsecular’. Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and the Arts 2018, 2 (3).
  • Framing Encounters, Performing Difference.’ In: A. Rosen (ed). Encounters. The Art of Interfaith Dialogue. Turnhout: Brepols, 2018. Series: Arts and the Sacred. 92-103.
  • Victimhood in Reverse: Art in the Age of Apology.’ In: M.J.M. Hoondert, W. Arfman, P. Mutsaers (eds). Cultural Practices of Victimhood. London: Routledge, 2018. Series: Victims, Culture, Society. 104-119.
  • Bringing Mondrian’s Lozenge Composition with Yellow Lines to The Netherlands.’ The Burlington Magazine 2018, 160 (February): 118-125.
  • Book review of Jacqueline van Paaschen, ‘Mondriaan en Steiner, Wegen naar Nieuwe Beelding.’ Material Religion. 2018, 14 (3): 560-561.
  • Book review of Helena Wulff (ed.) 2016. ‘The Anthropologist as Writer: Genres and Contexts in the Twenty-first Century.’ Anthropological Journal of European Cultures 2018, 27(2): 144-146.
  • Book Review of Frank Burch Brown (ed). ‘The Oxford Handbook of Religion and the Arts.’ Website Reading Religion, American Academy of Religion. 5 July 2018.
  • Chronologie Piet Mondriaan, 1912-1919.’ In: Piet Mondriaan en Bart van der Leck: De Ontdekking van een Nieuwe Kunst. Exhibition Cat. Gemeentemuseum The Hague. Zwolle: WBooks, 2017. 11-53.B.
  • Piet Mondriaan. De Man die Alles Veranderde. With B. Tempel, H. Janssen. Zwolle & The Hague: Waanders, Gemeentemuseum, 2017.
  • ‘’Doing it for the Right Reasons’: The Ritual Dimensions of Festival Musica Sacra Maastricht.’ In: P. Post, L. Sparks (eds). The Study of Culture through the Lens of Ritual. Groningen, Amsterdam, 2015. Series: Netherlands Studies in Ritual and Liturgy 15. 131-146.
  • Everything You Own in a Box to the Left: Reclaiming the Potential of the Sacred in Music.’ Marginalia Review of Books. 9 June 2015. Book review of Christopher Partridge, ‘The Lyre of Orpheus. Popular Museum, The Sacred, and the Profane’ (Oxford University Press, 2013)
  • Book review of Petra van Langen, ‘Muziek en Religie. Katholieke Musici en de Confessionalisering van het Nederlandse Muziekleven, 1850-1948.’ Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 2015, 128 (2): 337-339.
  • Vanuit Nederland: De Moderniteit en Parijs in drie Stappen.’ In: Parijs 1900-1960: Hoofdstad van de Moderne Kunst. Exhibition Cat., Gemeentemuseum The Hague. Antwerp: Ludion, 2011. 14-23.
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