Impact

Impact

An overview of citations, mentions and acknowledgements in works of others. 

The Etruscan Myth in the Early Florentine Renaissance

[book] Joost Keizer, The Realism of Piero della Francesca, Routledge, 2017. 

[book] Virginia Cox, The prodigious muse: Women’s writing in Counter-Reformation Italy, John Hopkins University Press, 2011.

[book] Antonino de Francesco, The Antiquity of the Italian Nation: The Cultural Origins of a Political Myth in Modern Italy 1796-1943, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013, p. 244.  

[book] David A. Levine: Frans Hals and the Vernacular, in The Transformation of Vernacular Expression in Early Modern Arts, ed. by Joost Keizer and Todd M. Richardson, Brill Uitgeverij, Leiden, 2011, p. 193. 

[book] Han Lamers, Greece Reinvented: Transformations of Byzantine Hellenism in Renaissance Italy, Brill Uitgeverij, Leiden, 2015, p. 181. 

 [PhD thesis] Timothy Neal, A Labour of Leisure, an Ethnographic Account of a Village in Rural France, Department of Town and Regional Planning, 2015, pp. 204, 316.

[PhD thesis] Lucy Shipley, Experiencing Etruscan Pots: Ceramics, Bodies and Images in Archaic Etruria, University of Southampton, 2013, pp. 47, 369. 

[Article] Lucy Shipley: Guelphs, Ghibellines and Etruscans: Archaeological Discoveries and Civic Identity in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Tuscany, in Bulletin of the History of Archaeology, 23(1): 4, pp. 1-9.

[article] Lucy Shipley: Etruscans Online, in Blogging Archaeology, edited by Doug Rocks-Macqueen and Chris Webster, Landward Research Ltd in Association with Succinct Research and DIGTECH LLC, pp. 199, 211.

[article] Martijn Eickhoff: Meaningful Silence? Alexander W. Byvanck and his Attitude Towards the Archaeology of Fascist Rome, in Fragmenta, Journal of the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome, 2008, volume 2, p. 263.

[master thesis] Katherine Coty, A Dream of Etruria. The Sacro Bosco of Bomarzo and the Alternate Antiquity of Alto Lazio, University of Washington, 2013, pp. 45, 200. 

[thesis] Veronica Leoni, La storiografia al servizio della politica? La questione delle origini a Firenze, nascita e fortuna del passato etrusco, Zurich University, 2012, pp. 31, 45, 49.  

[newsletter] Etruscan News, Newsletter of the American Section of the Institute for Etruscan and Italic Studies, Winter 2012, page 28. Mention of the lecture ‘The Origin of the Etruscan Myth in Florence’ at the Fifth Zenobia Congress: The Etruscans and the Seas, University of Amsterdam, October 29, 2011.

[paper] [Author unknown] Etruscan themes in Michelangelo’s New Sacristy: Reflections of a Medici Myth, paper delivered at the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, 2013.

Dante Alighieri

[review] Per una rilettura del ‘legno lucido e sereno’ di Purgatorio VII, in International Medieval Bibliography, Volume 43, issue 2, University of Leeds, 2009, p. 212. 

[review] by Gabriele Becheri: Per una rilettura del ‘legno lucido e sereno’ di Purgatorio VII, in La rassegna della letteratura italiana, 2009, nr. 1, p. 161-162.

[book] Evelien Chayes, L’Éloquence des Pierres précieuses. De Marbode de Rennes à Alard d’Amsterdam et Rémy Belleau. Sur quelques lapidaires du XVIe siècle, Honoré Champion, Paris, 2010.

[PhD thesis] Nella Coletta, La pietra dei filosofi: dispositive analogici e sostituti figurali dall’alchimia alle Petrose di Dante, Università degli Studi di Bergamo, 2015, pp. 177, 178, 479.

[article] Cristina Meschiari: Gorgon e Vis Lapidificativa. Elementi di mineralogia tra Alberto Magno e Dante, in Saggi e studi, I Castelli di Yale, Anno II, numero 1, 2014, p. 10.

[article] Amy Golahny, Professor of Art History, Lycoming College, Williamsport PA: The Marbles of the James V. Brown Library, The Italian Neoclassical in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, in The Magazine of The Victorian Society in America, vol. 27, no. 2, Fall 2007, 19-26; reprinted in The Journal of the Lycoming County Historical Society, 44, Fall 2008, 6-16, acknowledgements on pp. 11, 16.

[online] Medievalists.net, Trees of Gold, http://www.medievalists.net/2013/11/trees-of-gold-royal-adaptations-of-paradise-in-dantes-purgatory/

Louis Couperus

[article] Evert Paul Veltkamp: Het echtpaar Soulier, in Arabesken 48, 2016, acknowledgement on p. 42.

Albert Verwey

[book] Madelon de Keizer, Als een meeuw op de golven. Albert Verwey en zijn tijd, Uitgeverij Prometheus, 2017, acknowledgement on p. 739.  

Humanities, general

[book] G. Gemert, Von Kosch bis Kluge. Achtzig Jahre Germanistik in Nijmegen, Utrechter Blätter, 2009, issue 1, p. 139, reference.

[online] Gary Schwartz Art Historian, Frederik Hendrik gets the hots, acknowledgement,  http://www.garyschwartzarthistorian.nl/330-frederik-hendrik-gets-the-hots/

 Jewellery

[blog] La Tour Eiffel en diamants: qu'elle-est devenue?, article by Jean-Jacques Richard on his blog. I provided the initial find of the subject of this blog post. https://www.xn--bijouxetpierresprcieuses-rfc.com/2018/05/la-tour-eiffel-en-diamants-de-1889.html

[blog] La tombe d'Oscar Massin en direct du Cimetière Montmartre, blog post by Jean-Jacques Richard, presenting the grave of Oscar Massin in its current state, after my question if it could be found by someone in Paris, which Mr. Richard immediately arranged. https://richardcourrierdeslecteurs.blogspot.com/2018/02/la-tombe-doscar-massin-en-direct-du.html

[blog] Oscar Massin dans la collection Royale Néerlandaise, translation by Mr. Richard of my article, https://www.xn--bijouxetpierresprcieuses-rfc.com/2018/02/oscar-massin-dans-la-collection-royale.html

[book] Marit Eisses and Madelief Hohé, Haagse Chic, Steltman, 100 jaar sieraden & zilver, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, Waanders Uitgevers, Zwolle, 2017, references to my article in Royalty 6/2016 on page 141.

[journal] The Fife Tiara, in: Jewellery History Today 32, mention of the article on Massin in JHT 31, 2018.

[book] Josine Droogendijk, De magie van Máxima, Pepper Books, 2018, short interview on p. 84.

[book] Els Smit, De nieuwe mode van Oranje, Spectrum, 2017, acknowledgement on p. 206.

[online] Fabergé Research Newsletter Winter 2015, mention of article on demantoid and diamond bangle https://fabergeresearch.com/newsletter-2015-winter/

In literature

Rijk de Jong [Aristide von Bienefeldt], Er zat weer een Paul Newman in de keuken, Uitg. Marmer, 2014.