Dr. Lieke Wijnia
Lieke Wijnia (1985) is affiliated as postdoc with the CRH, where she runs the research cluster “Art and religious heritage”. She works as chief organizer for the international conference “Religious Heritage in a Diverse Europe”, which takes place in June 2019 in Groningen. Furthermore, she is co-convener of the international research network “Visionary Artists, Visionary Objects (1800-now)”, together with Dr. Naomi Billingsley (Manchester University), and she is co-editor of the volume “The Bible and Global Tourism” (Bloomsbury Press), together with Dr. James Bielo (Miami University, Ohio).
In her research, she applies interdisciplinary methods in studying the dynamics between artistic practices, contemporary manifestations of religion, and cultural heritage. In 2016, she cum laude defended her PhD dissertation on contemporary perceptions of the sacred during festival Musica Sacra Maastricht, at Tilburg University. She received an MA Art History at the Courtauld Institute, London (2008), an MA Heritage Studies at Utrecht University (2007, cum laude), and a BA in Humanities at University College Utrecht (2003, cum laude).
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