Publications & Editorial activities

 

Publications

Zexu Guan, Sophia Hendrikx, Andries Hiskes, Leanne Jansen, Glyn Muitjens, Jun Nakamura, Merel Oudshoorn, Liselore Tissen (editors), Animals (un)tamed: Human-Animal Encounters in Science, Art, and Literature, Journal of the LUCAS Graduate Conference, Issue 8, Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society, 2020. 

 

 


Sophia Hendrikx, Merel Oudshoorn, Lieke Smits, Tim Vergeer (editors), Arts in Society, Academic Rhapsodies. Leiden University Library, 2020.

 

 

 

De verliefde brasem en de verleidelijke zalm. Een (on)realistische portrettering van waterdieren in Joachim Camerarius de Jongere’s embleemboek Symbola et Emblemata (1595-1604). Article, 24. Natuur, model der kunsten. Stichting Art Utrecht, 2020.

 

 

 

Gessner’s taxonomical skill exhibited in his discussion of Felchen. In: Urs B. Leu, Peter Opitz (editors), Conrad Gessner (1516-1565) Die Renaissance der Wissenschaften/ The Renaissance of Learning. De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2019.

 

 

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Monsters, Sea-Monks, and Mermaids. Strange Creatures from the Sea from Antiquity to the Modern Age. In: Marlise Rijks, Paul J. Smith & Florike Egmond (editors), Fish & Fiction. Aquatic Animals between Science and Imagination (1500-1900). Leiden University, 2018 (exhibition catalogue)

 

Anthropozoologica Monstrosities from the SeaMonstrosities from the Sea. Taxonomy and tradition in Conrad Gessner’s (1516-1565) discussion of cetaceans and sea-monsters, in JACQUEMARD C., GAUVIN B., LUCAS-AVENEL M.-A., CLAVEL B. & BUQUET T. (éds), Animaux aquatiques et monstres des mers septentrionales (imaginer, connaître, exploiter, de l’Antiquité à 1600). Anthropozoologica 53 (11): 125-137. http://sciencepress.mnhn.fr/en/periodiques/anthropozoologica/53/11

 

emblems and the natural world

Ichthyology and emblematics in Gessner’s Historia Piscium and Camerarius’ Symbola et Emblemata.  In: Paul J. Smith and Karl A.E. Enenkel (Eds.), Emblems and the Natural World , Leiden: Brill, 2017. https://brill.com/abstract/book/9789004347076/B9789004347076_006.xml

 

 

Zoology in Early Modern CultureIdentification of herring species in Conrad Gessner’s ichthyological works, a case study on taxonomy, nomenclature, and animal depiction in the sixteenth century. In: Paul J. Smith and Karl A.E. Enenkel (Eds.), Zoology in Early Modern Culture. Intersections of Science, Theology, Philology and Political and Religious Education Leiden: Brill, 2014. http://www.brill.com/products/book/early-modern-zoology

 

De Natuur op PapierHet eerste en misschien ook wel het kleinste en mooiste boek over waterdieren. In: Hans Mulder en Erik Zevenhuizen (Red.), De natuur op papier. 175 jaar Artis Bibliotheek. Athenaeum-Polak & Van Gennep, 2013. http://www.athenaeum.nl/boek/?authortitle=erik-zevenhuizen/de-wereld-in-de-stad-9789025301156

 

Accepted for publication:

Hoe maak je een draakje. Co-publication with Robbert J. Striekwold. In: Eulàlia Gassó Miracle en Tiny Monquil (red.), Van onschatbare waarde, 200 jaar Naturalis. Walburg Pers, Zutphen, 2020.

 

Ichthyology in translation: Conrad Gessner’s fish books. Co-publication with P.J. Smith, Droz, Geneve.

 

 

Currently working on:

Learn, cook, cure. Ichthyology and emblematics in the sixteenth century.

 

 

 

 

 

Editorial activities

2019: Sophia Hendrikx, Merel Oudshoorn, Lieke Smits, Tim Vergeer (editors), Arts in Society, Academic Rhapsodies. Leiden University Library, 2020. Editor in chief.

2018-current: Editorial Board Journal of the LUCAS Graduate Conference

[2019: Editor in chief of issue 8, Animals: Theory, Practice, Representation.]

[2018: Editor of issue 6, Landscape in Perspective: Representing, Constructing, and        Questioning Identities]

2015- 2019: Leiden Arts in Society Blog, editor in chief