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dr. J.L. de Jong

Senior Lecturer, Art History of the Early Modern Period
dr. J.L. de Jong
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1981

Doctorandus-degree University of Leiden

Major: Art History, Thesis: Uitbeeldingen van de Aeneis van Vergilius in de Italiaanse kunst, 1400- 1600.

Minors: Latin literature, Intellectual history 1400 – 1900

1983

Dissertation research in Rome, with a grant from the Netherlands In­sti­tu­te in Ro­me

1984- 1985

Research assistant, Institute for Art History, University of Leiden

1987

Doctoral promotion from the University of Leiden with the disserta­tion De Oudheid in Fresco. De interpretatie van klassieke onderwerpen in de Italiaanse wandschilderkunst, inzonderheid te Rome, circa 1370- 1555

Since 1987

Assistant professor, Institute for the History of Art and Architecture, University of Groningen

1988

Jan van Gelder prize 1987, for the best publication within the previous year by an art historian under 31 (awarded for dissertation)

January – May 2001

Visiting Lecturer in Renaissance and Baroque Art, Department of Art History, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

February –June 2009

Fellow, Netherlands Institute for Advances Studies (NIAS), Wassenaar


 

Functions

 

1988 -

Various and diverse functions within the Institute for Art History, Universi­ty of Groningen

1988 – 1993

Board of Governors, Netherlands Art History Institute in Florence

1989 – 1993

Grant Committee Member, Dutch Organization of Art Historical Research

1989 - 2012

Treasurer of the Horst Gerson Lectures Foundation, Groningen

1993 – 2006

Secretary of the Advisory Committee, Netherlands Institute in Rome

1994 – 2000

Member of the Board of the Society of Dutch Art Historians (V.N.K.)

1996 – 2000

Membre suppléant of the C.I.H.A. (Comité International d’ Histoire de l’ Art

1997 – 2000

Secretary of the Society of Dutch Art Historians (V.N.K.)

2006 - 2012

Board of Governors, Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome

 

 

 

Editorial Functions

1990 – 2006

Editorial Board, Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek (Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art)

1996 – 2000

Editorial Board, Scrinium. Monographs on History, Archaeology and Art History

1998 – 2006

Editor of Amore Romae. Bulletin voor de Vrienden van het Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut in Rome

1999 -

Editorial Board, Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture

2017 - 

Editor in Chief, Incontri. Rivista Europea di Studi Italiani 

 

 

1990

With V.M. Schmidt and R.H.C. Vos: Werk. Opstellen voor Hans Locher, Groningen (Institute for Art History, R.U.G.) 1990

1993

With Dulcia Meijers, Hanna Pennock and Victor Schmidt, Nederland - Italië. Relaties in de beeldende kunst 1400 - 1750 / Artistic relations between the Low Countries and Italy 1400 - 1750 (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 44) Zwolle 1993

1995

With Reindert Falkenburg, Herman Roodenburg and Frits Scholten, Beeld en zelfbeeld in de Nederlandse kunst, 1550 - 1750 / Image and Self-Image in Netherlandish Art, 1550 – 1750 (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 46) Zwolle 1995

1996

With Mark Meadow, Herman Roodenburg and Frits Scholten, Pieter Bruegel (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 47) Zwolle 1996

1996

With E.A. Koster, Onverwacht bijeengebracht. Opstellen voor Ed Taverne en Lyckle de Vries ter ere van hun 25-jarig jubileum in dienst van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Groningen (Instituut voor Kunst- & Architectuurgeschiedenis) 1996

1997

With Reindert Falkenburg, Mark Meadow, Bart Ramakers, Herman Roodenburg and Frits Scholten, Natuur en landschap in de Nederlandse kunst, 1500 - 1850 / Nature and landscape in Netherlandish art, 1500 - 1850 (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 48) Zwolle 1997

1998

With Reindert Falkenburg, Mark Meadow, Bart Ramakers and Herman Roodenburg, Hof-, staats- and stadsceremonies / Court, state and city ceremonies (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 49) Zwolle 1998

1999

With Reindert Falkenburg, Dulcia Meijers, Bart Ramakers and Mariët Westermann, Kunst voor de markt, 1500 - 1700 / Art for the market, 1500 - 1700 (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 50) Zwolle 1999

2000

With Bart Ramakers, Herman Roodenburg, Frits Scholten and Mariët Westermann, Wooncultuur in de Nederlanden, 1500 - 1800 / The art of home in the Netherlands, 1500 - 1800 (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 51) Zwolle 2000

2001

With Mark Meadow, Bart Ramakers and Frits Scholten, Prentwerk 1500 - 1700 / Print work 1500 - 1700 (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 52) Zwolle 2001

2001

With Karl Enenkel and Jeanine De Landtsheer, Recreating Ancient History. Episodes from the Greek and Roman Past in the Arts and Literature of the Early Modern Period (Intersections. Yearbook for Early Modern Studies, 1), Leiden / Boston / Cologne 2001

2002

With Toon van Houdt, Zoran Kwak, Marijke Spies and Marc van Vaeck, On the Edge of Truth and Honesty. Principles and Strategies of Fraud and Deceit in the Early Modern Period (Intersections. Yearbook for Early Modern Studies, 2), Leiden / Boston 2002

2002

With Bart Ramakers, Herman Roodenburg, Frits Scholten, Mariët Westermann and Joanna Woodall: Het exotische verbeeld 1550 – 1950. Boeren en verre volken in de Nederlandse kunst / Picturing the Exotic 1550 – 1950. Peasants and outlandish peoples in Netherlandish art (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 53) Zwolle 2003

2003

Visual Resources. An International Journal of Documentation XIX (December 2003), nr.4. Special Issue: ‘Describing Depictions vs. Depicting Descriptions’, Guest Editor: Jan L. de Jong

2004

With Arie-Jan Gelderblom and Marc van Vaeck, The Low Countries as a Crossroads of Religious Beliefs (Intersections. Yearbook for Early Modern Studies, 3), Leiden / Boston / Cologne 2004

2004

With Dulcia Meijers, Mariët Westermann and Joanna Woodall: Virtus, virtuositeit en kunstliefhebbers in de Nederlanden 1500 – 1700 / Virtus, virtuoso and virtuosity in Netherlandish Art 1500 – 1700 (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 54) Zwolle 2004

2006

With Bart Ramakers, Frits Scholten, Mariët Westermann and Joanna Woodall: Rubens and the Netherlands / Rubens en de Nederlanden, (Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek / Netherlands Year­book for the History of Art, 55) Zwolle 2006

2010

With Siegfried Huigen and Elmer Kolfin: The Dutch Trading Companies as Knowledge Networks (Intersections. Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture, 14). Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2010

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