Jeroen Goudeau, Ph.D. (2005), Utrecht University, is Assistant Professor of art and architectural history at Radboud University Nijmegen. He has published mainly on Early Modern architectural theory, including a monograph on the seventeenth-century scholar Nicolaus Goldmann (Groningen 2005).
Mariëtte Verhoeven, Ph.D. (2010), Radboud University Nijmegen, is postdoctoral researcher at that university. She has published a monograph The Early Christian Monuments of Ravenna. Transformations and Memory (2011). Her field of research is the cultural history of Early Christian and Byzantine architecture.
Wouter Weijers, Ph.D (2012), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, is Assistant Professor of modern and contemporary art at Radboud University Nijmegen. His dissertation Verbeelde herinnering (Represented Memories) focuses on aspects of cultural memory in post-war visual arts, including responses to World War II.
Contributors are: Hanneke van Asperen, Sible de Blaauw, Katja Boertjes, Mette Gieskes, Jeroen Goudeau, Bram de Klerck, Rudie van Leeuwen, Anneke Schulenberg, Daan Van Speybroeck, Mariëtte Verhoeven, and Wouter Weijers.
All interested in art and architectural history, from the Early Christian times to the present, and anyone concerned with the history and the visual representation of Jerusalem.
Table of contents
List of Illustrations
List of Contributors
Introduction – Recollection in Patches
Part 1 - Competing Memories and Contrasting Meanings
1 Sites and Senses: Mapping Palestinian Territories in Mona Hatoum’s Sculpture Present Tense
2 The Green Line: Potency, Absurdity, and Disruption of Dichotomy in Francis Alÿs’s Intervention in Jerusalem
3 Jerusalem as Trauerarbeit: On Two Paintings by Anselm Kiefer and Gerhard Richter
4 Ezekiel for Solomon: The Temple of Jerusalem in Seventeenth-century Leiden and the Case of Cocceius
5 Jerusalem as Palimpsest: The Architectural Footprint of the Crusaders in the Contemporary City
6 Translations of the Sacred City between Jerusalem and Rome
Sible de Blaauw
Part 2 - Imitation and Translocation
7 The Reconquered Jerusalem Represented: Tradition and Renewal on Pilgrimage Ampullae from the Crusader Period
8 ‘As if they had physically visited the holy places’: Two Sixteenth-century Manuscripts Guide a Mental Journey through Jerusalem (Radboud University Library, Mss 205 and 233)
Hanneke van Asperen
9 Jerusalem in Renaissance Italy: The Holy Sepulchre on the Sacro Monte of Varallo
Bram de Klerck
10 Overdetermination of a Heavenly Jerusalem: Contemporary Windows by Gérard Garouste and Jean-Michel Alberola
Daan Van Speybroeck
11 ‘You want to take us to Jerusalem …’: Medinat Weimar: A Second Jerusalem in Contemporary Visual Arts and Klezmer Songs
Rudie van Leeuwen