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mat Immerzeel

Assistant Professor

Name
Dr. M. Immerzeel
Telephone
+31 70 800 9512
E-mail
m.immerzeel@hum.leidenuniv.nl

Mattheus Immerzeel is an assistant professor at International Studies.

More information about mat Immerzeel

Research

Cultuur en Kunst van het Christelijk Oosten, in het bijzonder van het Syrische gebied 

Doel van het onderzoek: - door middel van bronnenonderzoek te komen tot opheldering van bepaalde problemen m.b.t. de Syrische cultuurgeschiedenis (gezien in een ruim verband). - wetenschappelijk verslag te doen van documentatie- en conserveringsactiviteiten van (hoofdzakelijk Christelijke) kunstobjecten in het Midden-Oosten

Publications

  • Immerzeel, M. (2005). Proskynataria from Jerusalem. Souvenirs of a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land.  Series Byzantina, 3, pp. 9-24.
  • Immerzeel, M. (2005). Proskynetaria - Inventory.  Series Byzantina, 3, pp. 25-34.
  • Aalst, V. van & Immerzeel, M. (2005). The Proskynetarion of Hernen Castle.  Eastern Christian Art, 2, pp. 83-92.
  • Immerzeel, M. (2005). The Wall Paintings in the Church of Mar Elian at Homs: A 'Restoration Project' of a nineteenth-Century Palestinian Painter.  Eastern Christian Art, 1, pp. 149-166.
  • Immerzeel, M. (2005). The Decoration of the Chapel of the Prophet Elijah in Ma'arrat Saydnaya. In Schmidt, A. & Westphalen, S. (Ed.),  Christlichen Wandmalereien in Syrien. (SKCO, 14, pp. 28-155). Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag.

Assistant Professor

  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculteitsbureau
  • International Studies

Work address

Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague

Contact

  • Immerzeel M. (2013), The Decorated Syrian Orthodox Churches of Saddad (Syria), Eastern Christian Art 8(2011): 57-82. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2010), A Representation of St Julian Saba in Deir Mar Musa’, Eastern Christian Art 7: 35-41. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2010), The Last Judgement in Saydnaya, Eastern Christian Art 7: 17-34. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2009), The Drawing of Grigorovich-Barsky, Eastern Christian Art 6: 111-118. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2010), ‘Het Klooster van Saydnaya (Syrië)’, ZemZem 2 (2010), 57-68., ZemZem. Tijdschrift over het Midden-Oosten, Noord-Afrika en islam 2: 57-68. article in magazine/newspaper
  • Immerzeel M., Jeudy A. & Snelders B. (2011), A Mixed Company of Syrians, Saracens and Greeks. Artistic Interaction in Middle Eastern Christian Art in the Middle Ages. In: Knipp D. (Ed.) Siculo-Arabic Ivories and Islamic Painting 1100-1300, Proceedings of the International Conference, Berlin, 6–8 July 2007’. München: Hirmer Verlag. 223-253. conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. & Kleiterp L. (2011), The Church of Deir Mar Tuma in Saydnaya: A Reused Roman Temple, Eastern Christian Art 8(2011): 83-100. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Jeudy A. (2010), Christian Art in the Mamluk Period. In: Haddad M. (Ed.) Towards a Cultural History of the Mamluk Era. Beirut: Ergon Verlag. 45-66. conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2009), A Play of Light and Shadow. The Stuccoes of Deir al-Surian and Their Historical Context. In: Mikhail M., Moussa M. (Eds.) Christianity and Monasticism in Wadi al-Natrun. Cairo: AUB Press. 246-271. conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2009), Identity Puzzles. Medieval Christian Art in Syria and Lebanon. Leuven: Peeters Publishers. book
  • Immerzeel M. (2009), Medieval Syrian Orthodox Church Decoration: Deir al-Surian and Deir Mar Musa3-238.. In: Teule H., Fotescu Tauwinkl C., Haar Romeny B. ter, J. van Ginkel J. van (Eds.) The Syriac Renaissance. Leuven: Peeters Publishers. 223-244. conference paper
  • Haar Romeny R.B. ter, Atto N., Ginkel J.J. van, Immerzeel M. & Snelders B. (2009), The Formation of a Communal Identity among West Syrian Christians: Results and Conclusions of the Leiden Project, Church History and Religious Culture 89(1-3): 1-52. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2008), Playing with Light and Shadow. The Stuccoes of Deir al-Surian and Their Historical Context,, Eastern Christian Art 5: 59-74. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Icon Painting in the County of Tripoli of the Thirteenth Century. In: Hourihane C. (Ed.) Interactions, Artistic Interchange Between the Eastern and Western Worlds in the Medieval Period. Penn State: Penn State university Press. 67-83. conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Les peintures murales de Kaftûn, Bulletin d’Archéologie et d’Architecture Libanaises 11: 315-316. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Hélou N. (2007), Les peintures murales de Kaftûn, Bulletin d’Archéologie et d’Architecture Libanaises 11: 315-316. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Les pères de l’Eglise dans les peintures murales médiévales du Liban et de la Syrie. In: Schmidt A., Gonnet D. (Eds.) Les Pères grecs dans la tradition syriaque. Paris: Geuther. 185-194. conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Monasteries and Churches of the Qalamun (Syria): Art and Pilgrimage in the Middle Ages, Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies 7: 74-98. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), Some Remarks about the Name of the Monastery and an Enigmatic Scene, Eastern Christian Art 4: 127-131. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), The Inscriptions, ECA 4, Eastern Christian Art 4: 133-185. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2007), The Monastery of Our Lady of Saydnaya and Its Icon, Eastern Christian Art 4: 13-26. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Hélou N. (2005), Kaftun. The Wall Paintings, Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 16: 453-458. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2005), Proskynataria from Jerusalem. Souvenirs of a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Series Byzantina 3: 9-24. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2005), Proskynetaria - Inventory, Series Byzantina 3: 25-34. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2005), The Decoration of the Chapel of the Prophet Elijah in Ma'arrat Saydnaya. In: Schmidt A., Westphalen S. (Eds.) Christlichen Wandmalereien in Syrien. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag. 28-155. book chapter
  • Aalst V. van & Immerzeel M. (2005), The Proskynetarion of Hernen Castle, Eastern Christian Art 2: 83-92. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2005), The Wall Paintings in the Church of Mar Elian at Homs: A 'Restoration Project' of a nineteenth-Century Palestinian Painter, Eastern Christian Art 1: 149-166. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2004), A Play of light and shadow: The Stuccoes of Dayr al-Suryan and their Historical Context, Coptica. Journal of the Saint Mark Foundation and Saint Shenouda the Archimandrite Coptic Society 3: 104-129. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Vliet J. van der (Eds.) (2004), Coptic studies on the threshold of a new millennium. Proceedings of the seventh International congress of Coptic studies, Leiden, 27 August-2 September 2000. Leuven: Peeters. editorship of book
  • Immerzeel M. (2004), Holy Horsemen and Crusader Banners. Equestrian Saints in Wall Paintings in Lebanon and Syria, Eastern Christian Art 1: 29-60. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2004), Medieval Wall paintings in Lebanon: Donors and Artists, Chronos 10: 7-47. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Snelders B. (2004), The Thirteenth-century Flabellum from Deir al-surian in the Musée Royal de Mariemont (Morlanwelz, Belgium). with an appendix by Lucas Van Rompay on the Syriac Inscriptions, Eastern Christian Art 1: 113-140. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2003), Divine Cavalry. Mounted Saints in Middle Eastern Christian Art. In: Ciggaar K., Teule H. (Eds.) East and West in the Crusader States. Context-Contacts-Confrontations III, Acta of the congress held at Hernen Castle in september 2000. Leuven/Dudley: Peeters. 265-286. conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2004), The Stuccoes of Deir al-Surian: A waqf of the Takritans in Fustat?. In: Immerzeel M., Vliet J. van der (Eds.) Coptic Studies on the Treshold of a New Millennium. Proceedings of the seventh International Congress of Coptic Studies, leiden, 27 august - 2 september 2000. Leuven: Peeters. 1303-1320. conference paper
  • Zayat E. & Immerzeel M. (Eds.) (2000), Documentation and Conservation of Art in Syria. Papers of the Workshop held at Damascus University 16-19 September 1996. Leiden: CNWS/NVIC. editorship of book
  • Immerzeel M. (2000), Documentation Methods. A Manual for the Registration and Description of Art Objects. In: Zayat E., Immerzeel M. (Eds.) Documentation and Conservation of Art in Syria. Papers of the Workshop held at Damascus 16-19 September 1996. Leiden: CNWS/NVIC. 45-53. conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (2000), Inventory of Lebanese Wall Paintings, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 3: 3-19. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2000), Leiden's Egyptian Experience: The ENCCAP Project. In: Zayat E., Immerzeel M. (Eds.) Documentation and Conervation of Art in Syria. Papers of the Workshop held at Damascus University 16-19 September 1996. Leiden: CNWS/NVIC. 15-20. conference paper
  • Chavannes-Mazel C., Immerzeel M., Innemee K.C., Loon G.J.M. van, Rompay L. Van & Veelenturf I.K. (Eds.) (2000), P.P.V. van Moorsel, Called to Egypt. Collected Studies on Painting in Christian Egypt. Leiden: NINO. editorship of book
  • Immerzeel M. (2000), The Crowned Altar. The stuccoes of Deir al-Surian and their historical background, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 3: 40-62. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (2002), The 'Joint Problem'. Non-Monolithic Sarcophagi from the Fourth Century. In: Koch G., Kirchhainer K. (Eds.) Akten des Symposiums "Frühchristliche Sarkophage". Marburg, 30.06-07.07.1999. Mainz am Rhein: Philipp Von Zabern. 119-127. conference paper
  • Immerzeel M. (1999), A Matter of Lide and Death. The Mosaic from Shahba (Philippopolis) in the National Museum in Damascus, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 2: 63-71. article in journal
  • Innemee K.C., Immerzeel M., Rompay L. Van & Mols L.E.M. (1999), Member of editorial staff Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 2. editorship of journal
  • Immerzeel M. & Loon G.J.M. van (1999), Inventory of Coptic Wall Paintings. Part One. Wall Paintings in Monasteries and Churches. Additions and corrections, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 2: 6-12. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (1999), Proskyneteria from Jerusalem, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 2: 53-62. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (1999), Wandschilderingen in Libanon, Het Christelijk Oosten 51: 99-121. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (1999), Wonen in de woestijn. In: NN NN (Ed.) Catalogus Kopten en Ethiopiërs. Tweeduizend jaar mystiek en christendom langs de Nijl. Uden: Museum voor Religieuze Kunst. 24-34. book chapter
  • Immerzeel M. (1998), Iconen in het Nabije Oosten, Het Christelijk Oosten 49(3-4): 233-258. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M. (1998), Iconen uit Syrië en Egypte, Eikonikon 56: 3-12. article in magazine/newspaper
  • Innemee K.C., Mols L.E.M., Rompay L. Van & Immerzeel M. (1998), Member of editorial staff Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 1(1). editorship of journal
  • Loon G.J.M. van & Immerzeel M. (1998), Inventory of Coptic Wall-paintings. Part One: Wall-paintings in Monasteries and Churches, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 1: 6-55. article in journal
  • Immerzeel M., Innemee K.C. & Mommers M. (1998), Syrian Icons and Wall-Paintings, Essays on Christian Art and Culture in the Middle East 1: 56-72. article in magazine/newspaper
  • Immerzeel M. (1997), Coptic Art. In: Doorn-Hander N. van, Vogt K. (Eds.) Between Desert and City: the Coptic Orthodox Church Today. Oslo: NOWS. 275-288. book chapter
  • Immerzeel M. (1997), Syrische Iconen - Syrian Icons. Collectie / Collection Antoine Touma. Gent: Snoeck-Ducaju & Zoon. book
  • Jongste P.F.B. & Immerzeel M. (1995), Ancient Maps of Egypt, Essays on Coptic Art and Culture 2: 1-15. article in journal

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