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Juliette Roding

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Name
Dr. J.G. Roding
Telephone
+31 71 527 2727
E-mail
j.g.roding@hum.leidenuniv.nl
ORCID iD
0000-0003-4767-7492

Juliette Roding is a University Lecturer at the Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society.

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Fields of interest

Dr. Juliette Roding's interests concern Architectural history, history of urban planning

 

Research

For the last fifteen years I have been intensely engaged with the issue of the cultural interaction between the Netherlands and the North and Baltic Sea areas in the period 1550-1800.
At present my research focuses on an important phenomenon in European court culture of the sixteenth and early half of the seventeenth century, in which European rulers, in great number, chose the Biblical king Solomon as a typological role model. Some of those who identified themselves with Solomon are Philip II of Spain, Rudolph II, Ferdinand of Tirol, Henry IV of France, James I of England and a number of important German rulers. Solomon was also an important role model and example for the sixteenth-century Turkish sultan, Suleiman the Magnificent. An in-depth comparative study of the way in which each of the above-mentioned royals demonstrated their Solomonic wisdom (f.i. in their ‘Castle of Love’ with its hortus conclusus and the Kunst- und Wunderkammer) can shed much light on the diversity of interpretations regarding the Solomon-motif. Architecture, decoration programmes and individual artworks, together and in correlation with literary expression in the forms of odes, inaugural and marital sermons, as well as libretti for court festivals, were important means for this expression. The theoretical concept of Intermediality serves as a particularly suitable framework with which to approach the remarkable overlap and dynamic processes between art, technology, and science, which flowed from this Solomon ideology in early modern Europe.

 

Curriculum Vitae

2002 - present University lecturer Art History Institute; scientific coordinator Pallas Institute for Art Historical and Literary Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University
1992 - 2002 University lecturer (a.o. research clusters The Republic and Europe in Early Modern History, Leiden Centre for Early Modern Studies), Faculty of Arts, Leiden University
1991 Doctorate Nijmegen University
1987 - 1991 Research assistant Mauritshuis, Den Haag
1985 - 1987 Research assistant NWO
1979 - 1982 Assistant lecturer Art History Department, University of Amsterdam
1979 Master’s (‘Doctoraal’) Art History Institute, Utrecht Univeristy

 

Teaching activities

Architectural History and the History of Urban Planning 1550-present
Renaissance Court Culture in Northern Europe
Cultural relationships between the Netherlands and the North Sea and Baltic Areas

 

Publications

‘De Utrecht’. Een Nederlands voorbeeld van Art Nouveau architectuur, Utrecht/Antwerpen (Het Spectrum) 1977/1978.

Schoon en net. Hygiëne in woning en stad, ’s-Gravenhage (Staatsuitgeverij) 1986.

Christiaan IV van Denemarken (1588-1648). Architectuur en stedebouw van een Luthers vorst (diss.), Alkmaar (Cantina Architectura) 1991.

The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800) (= Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden, 21-22 April 1995), Hilversum (Verloren) 1996 (met L. Heerma van Voss).

Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625). Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy, Turnhout (Brepols) 2007 (met B. Noldus)

Guest

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Centre for the Arts in Society
  • KG Architectuurgeschiedenis

Work address

Arsenaal
Arsenaalstraat 1
2311 CT Leiden

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  • Roding J.G. (2020), Persia in Gottorf - Towards a new interpretation of Friedrich III's Pleasure House and Gardens. In: Baumann K., Küster C., Kuhl U. (Eds.) Wissenschaft und Kulturimport der Frühen Neuzeit. Die Niederlande und Schleswig-Holstein. Petersberg: Michael Imhof Verlag. 277-286.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2017), Denmark, Norway and Sweden: the flirt with the French and its long-term effects. In: Mallgrave H.F. (Ed.) Companion to the History of Architecture. no. vol. 2 New York: Wiley-Blackwell. Chapter 12.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2015), Karel van Mander III in Context: Aaron as High Priest and the Danish Court Culture in the 1640s. In: Cholcman T., Pinkus A. (Eds.) The Sides of the North. An Anthology in Honor of Professor Yona Pinson. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 176-195.book chapter
  • Boegh Rasmussen M., Burmeister Kaaring D., Kosten, J., Leeuwen R. van, North M. & Roding J.G. (Eds.) (2015), Gerson Digital: Denmark (Dutch and Flemish art in European perspective 1500-1900, Part II) no. II. The Hague: RKD.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (2015), Gerson Extended. In: Leeuwen R. van, Roding J.G. (Eds.) Gerson Digital: Denmark. no. II The Hague: RKD. chapter 4.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2015), Staging Diplomacy at the Danish Court: The Writings of the Permanent Ambassador of Spain, Don Bernardino de Rebolledo (1648-1659), and the Dutch Special Ambassador Adriaen Schagen (1656). In: Boeggild Johannsen B., Ottenheym K. (Eds.) Beyond Scylla and Charybdis. European Courts and Court Residences outside Habsburg and Valois/Bourbon Territories 1500-1700. no. 24 Copenhagen: University Press of Southern Denmark/Nationalmuseet. 109-120.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2015), Bonas website and database Nederlandse architecten, stedenbouwkundigen, interieurontwerpers 1795-heden; www.bonas.nl (editor). [website]other
  • Roding J.G. (2015), Karel van Mander III's Aethiopica Series', Conference SMK Copenhagen, 24 June 2015, at the occasion of the launching of the e-publication and database: Gerson : Digital Denmark.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2015), The inventory of Antonie van Steenwinckel (d. 1688), Studiegroep Gouden Eeuw, Amsterdam, 19 February 2015. [other]other
  • Roding J.G. (2015), Women and Dogs. The Paintings in the Wainscot of Christian IV's Writing Closet At Rosenborg Castle', RSA Conference Berlin, 25-28 March 2015 (with pre-meeting on digital humanities at the Leibnitz Gesellschaft).conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2014), Karel van Mander III (1609-1670), hofschilder van Christiaan IV en Frederik III. Kunst, netwerken, verzameling no. 34. Hilversum: Verloren.book
  • Roding J.G. (2014), Ganymedes. From Alciati via Rembrandt to Karel van Mander III', RSA-Conference, New York, 27-29 March 2014.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2014), Paper on Giuseppe Borri, UB-Series Books and Crooks, Leiden 23 September 2014.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2014), RKD Gerson Digital Project; guest editor for Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Norway, 2014-. [other]other
  • Roding J.G. (2014), Utopia in architecture and urban planning', TU Aachen, 18 December 2014. [other]other
  • Hijman N. (2013), In between the secular and the relogious: the meaning, function and role in society of the funeral monument of Reinoud III of Brederode, Lord of Vianen (1491-1556), and his wife Philipotte de la Marck (+1537) in the Reformed Church of Vianen.. In: Kodres K., Mänd A. (Eds.) Images and Objects in Ritual Practices in Late Medieval and Early Modern Northern and Central Europe. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 143-163.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2013), North(s) in Memory, Symposium at Rijksmuseum van Oudheden Leiden (co-organizer/Van Gogh Grant).conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2013), North(s) in Memory, Symposium at Université de Lille (co-organizer/Van Gogh Grant), Lille, 3-4 October.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2013), The joyous entree of Karel V in Utrecht 1640', Palatium Conference European Court Residences: Making Space for Festival, Venice, 21-23 March 2013.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2012), Staging Diplomacy at the Danish Court […]', Palatium Conference European Court Residences: Beyond Scylla and Charybdis. European Courts and Court Residences outside Habsburg and Valois/Bourbon Territories, Copenhagen, 30 April -2 May 2012 (published).conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2012), The Dutch-Danish court painter and collector Karel van Mander III (1609-1670), conference organized by J. Roding in collaboration with The Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle, Leiden, 19-21 April 2012.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2011), King Solomon and the Imperial Paradigm of Christian IV (1588-1648). In: Andersen M., Boggild Johannsen B., Johannsen H. (Eds.) Reframing the Danish Renaissance. Problems and Prospects in a European Perspective. no. 16 Copenhagen: PNM Publications of the National Museum - Studies in Archeology and History. 234-242.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2010), 'The Copenhagen Exchange (1619-1624) Designed by the Van Steenwinckel Brothers: "not for the secret arts of Mercury and Laverna..."'. In: Ottenheym K., Chatenet M., Jonge K. de (Eds.) Public Buildings in Early Modern History. Turnhout: Brepols. 241-248.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nr. 10: Family Portrait. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 269-269.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nr. 17: Full-lenght Portrait of Christian IV with Horse and Page. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 273-274.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nr. 26: A Bathhouse. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 279-279.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nr. 27: Saturn and the Scholar or Death and Old Age. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 279-279.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nr. 28: Presentation in the Temple. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 280-280.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nr. 39: Danaë. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 285-286.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nr. 40: Frederiksborg Castle from the South-East. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 287-287.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nr. 8: Allegory of Vanity. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 267-268.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nrs. 14a and 14b: Two halves of a family portrait. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 271-272.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné nrs. 24-25: Giants Attacking Olympus/Banquet of Gods. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 277-278.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), Catalogue Raisonné; Works known by contemporary sources only. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 293-293.book chapter
  • Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2007), Hendrik Willem Valk (1886-1973). Moderne bouwtechniek - neoromantische esthetiek (auteur: J.M.M. van der Vaart). Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.
  • Noldus B.V.C.M. & Roding J.G. (Eds.) (2007), Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (2007), The Isaacsz Family - Constant Travellers between Holland and Denmark. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 131-137.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2007), The Seven Ages of Man - The Decorative Scheme for the Great Hall at Rosenborg Castle. In: Noldus B., Roding J. (Eds.) Pieter Isaacsz (1568-1625) Court Painter, Art Dealer and Spy. Turnhout: Brepols. 181-203.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (2011), 'King Solomon and the Imperial Paradigm of Christian IV (1588-1648)'. In: Andersen, M., Boeggild Johannsen, B., Johannsen, H. (Eds.) Reframing the Danish Renaissance. Problems and Prospects in a European Perspective. Copenhagen: University Press of Southern Denmark. 234-242.conference paper
  • Roding J.G. (2006), Beelden van Leiden. Inleiding. In: Roding J., Sneller A.A., Thijs B. (Eds.) Beelden van Leiden. Zelfbeeld en representatie van een Hollandse stad in de Vroegmoderne Tijd, 1550-1800. Hilversum: Verloren. 9-14.conference paper
  • Roding J.G., Thijs B. & Sneller-Van Veen A.A. (Eds.) (2006), Beelden van Leiden. Zelfbeeld en representatie van een Hollandse stad in de Vroegmoderne Tijd, 1550-1800. Hilversum: Verloren.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (2006), The 'Kunst und Wunderkammer': The library and collection of paintings of Karel van Mander III (c. 1610-1670) in Copenhagen, Tijdschrift voor Scandinavistiek 27(1): 25-42.article in journal
  • Bordewijk-Knotter J.M., Roding J.G. & Veldheer V. (2005), Wat geeft die Comedie toch een bemoeijing! De Leidse Schouwburg 1705-2005. Amsterdam: Boom.book
  • Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2004), A.C. NicolaÏ (1914-2001). Bouwstenen voor een moderne woonomgeving [auteur: A. Gielen]. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2004), Cora Nicolaï-Chaillet (1919-1975): interieurarchitecte en woonpedagoge (auteur: W. van Moorsel). Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (2004), Geen 'herbouwd oud' in binnensteden. In: Kam R. de (Ed.) De 'Utrecht', toekomst voor een verdwenen gebouw?. Utrecht: Gemeente Utrecht/Uitgeverij Matrijs. 78-81.conference paper
  • Hoftijzer P.G., Dijkhuizen J.F. van, Roding J.G. & Smith P.J. (Eds.) (2004), Living in posterity. Essays in honour of Bart Westerweel. Hilversum: Verloren.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. & Stapel L.L. (2004), Perspectives in Early Stuart Portraiture: the Imaginary Palace in Court Portraits. In: Dijkhuizen J.F. van, Hoftijzer P.G., Roding J.G., Smith P.J. (Eds.) Living in Posterity: Essays in Honour of Bart Westerweel. Hilversum: Verloren. 205-220.conference paper
  • Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2003), [auteurs: A. van de Pijpekamp (m.m.v. B. Jansen)], A. Eibink (1893-1975), J.A. Snellebrand (1891-1963). De lange weg van de Amsterdamse School tot Forumlange weg. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G., Sluijter E.J., Westerweel B., Meij-Tolsma M. van der & Domela Nieuwenhuis E. (Eds.) (2003), Dutch and Flemish Artists in Britain 1550-1800. Leiden: Primavera Pers.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (2003), Philip de Lange (ca. 1704-1766). Het indrukwekkende oeuvre van een onbekende architect uit de Republiek in dienst van de Deense Marine. In: Akveld L., Broeze F., Gaastra F.S. (Eds.) In het kielzog. Maritiem-historische studies aangeboden aan Jaap R. Bruijn bij zijn vertrek als hoogleraar zeegeschiedenis aan de Universiteit Leiden. Amsterdam: De Bataafsche Leeuw. 494-504.conference paper
  • Roding J.G., Derks A. & Kuyt J.-J. (Eds.) (2002), A.J. Kropholler (1881-1973). Terugkeer tot de Hollandse architectuurtraditie. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2002), (D.Geneste, A. Gielen, R. Wassenaar) L. van der Laan (1864-1942), J.A. van der Laan 1896-1966. Een katholieke architectenfamilie - rechtzinnig, maar veelzijdig en pragmatisch.. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Dikken J. den, Roding J.G. & Boersma T. (Eds.) (2002), Liem Bwan Tjie (1891-1966). Westerse vernieuwing en oosterse traditie. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Claassen T., Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2001), A. Bodon (1903-1993). Lichtheid en transparantie - architectuur als dienend ambacht. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (2001), George Willem van Heukelom, ingenieur en architect Den Haag: Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis.book
  • Grieken L. van, Meijer P.D., Ringer A., Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2001), Harry Elte Phzn (1880-1944). Architect van de joodse gemeenschap tijdens het interbellum. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Jong S. de, Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2001), J.H. Leliman (1829-1910). Eclecticisme als ontwerpmethode voor een nieuwe bouwkunst. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Piek M., Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2001), K.J. Muller (1857-1942). Sportcomplexen, buitenplaatsen en tuindorpen - gezondheid als leidraad in architectuur. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (2001), Tekst en beeld in het trompe-l'oeil van Cornelis Norbertus Gijsbrechts. De 'perspectiefkamer' van Frederik III en Christiaan V van Denemarken uit de periode 1668-1672. In: Bostoen K.J.S., Kolfin E.E.P., Smith P.J. (Eds.) "Tweelinge eener dragt", Woord en beeld in de Nederlanden (1500-1750). Hilversum: Verloren. 275-297.book chapter
  • Segaar-Höweler D.C., Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2000), A.F. Aalbers (1897-1961). Ondogmatische modernist in een moderne samenleving. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Galema W., Hutjes G., Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2000), E.H. Kraaijvanger (1899-1978), H.M. Kraaijvanger (1903-1981). Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. & Bakker M. (2000), George Willem van Heukelom (1870-1952). Innovatieve constructies en sobere monumentaliteit. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.book
  • Hoogerwerf W., Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2000), H. Knijtijzer (1914-1994). Architectonische waarden achter de rooilijn verscholen. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Holsappel E., Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (2000), Ida Falkenberg-Liefrinck (1901-). De rotan stoel als opmaat voor een betere woninginrichting. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (2000), recensie Review of: Leeuwen T.A.P. van (2000) The Springboard in the Pond. An Intimate History of the Swimming Pool, Archis 12: 84-85.book review
  • Roding J.G. (2000), Van beschilderde balk tot bloemetjesbehang. Het onderzoek naar het Bossche interieur van de Middeleeuwen tot heden. In: Willems H., Tussenbroek G. van, Gruben R. (Eds.) De onderste steen boven. 25 Jaar bouwhistorie in 's Hertogenbosch. Utrecht: Matrijs. 160-166.book chapter
  • Roding J.G., Boersma T. & Segaar D. (Eds.) (1999), A.L. van Gendt (1835-1901), J.G. van Gendt (1866-1925), A.D.N. van Gendt (1870-1932). Architecten in zaken. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. & Tjon a Kauw M. (1999), Behangselonderzoek in 's Hertogenbosch, Nieuwsbrief Stichting Historische Behangsels en Wanddecoraties in Nederland 15: 8-9.article in journal
  • Roding J.G. & Dijk T. van (1999), J.C. van Epen (1880-1960). Van Villabouw tot volkshuisvesting. Rotterdam: Stichting BONAS.book
  • Jongste J.A.F. de, Roding J.G. & Thijs B. (Eds.) (1999), Vermaak van de elite in de vroegmoderne tijd. Hilversum: Verloren.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (1999), Voorstellingen van vermaak in de plafonddecoratie van de grote zaal in het lustslot Rosenburg te Kopenhagen (circa 1620). In: Jongste J.A.F. de, Roding J.G., Thijs B. (Eds.) Vermaak van de elite in de vroegmoderne tijd. Hilversum: Verloren. 262-287.book chapter
  • Jorink E. & Roding J.G. (Eds.) (1999), Wetenschap en wereldbeeld in de Gouden Eeuw. Hilversum: Verloren.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. & Stompé M. (1997), Pieter Isaacsz (1569-1625). Een Nederlandse schilder, kunsthandelaar en diplomaat aan het Deense hof. Hilversum: Verloren.book
  • Roding J.G. (1997), Recensie Review of: Nielsen J.O. (1997) Dwelling at home, in community, on earth. The significance of tradition in contemporary housing, Archis 12: 86-87.book review
  • Roding J.G. & Heerma van Voss L. (1996), Conclusions. In: Roding J.G., Heerma van Voss L. (Eds.) The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800). Proceedings of the International COnference held at Leiden, 21-22 April 1995. Hilversum: Verloren. 492-498.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (1996), Gerrit de Veer, I tre viaggi per mare di Willem Barentsz. Balsamo: Cinisello.book
  • Roding J.G. & Heerma van Voss L. (Eds.) (1996), The North Sea and Culture (1550-1800). Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden, 21-22 April 1995. Hilversum: Verloren.editorship of book
  • Roding J.G. (1996), The North Sea coasts, an architectural unity?. In: Roding J.G., Heerma van Voss L. (Eds.) The North Sea and CUlture (1550-1800).Proceedings of the International Conference held at Leiden, 21-22 April 1995. Hilversum: Verloren. 96-106.book chapter
  • Roding J.G. (1995), Rebel, mijn hart. Amsterdamse kunstenaars 1940-1945 [tekst, keuze foto's, over Koen Limperg]. Amsterdam: NN.book

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