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  2015 - Other output
T. van 't Hof (22.01.2015) Between sacred history and the history of religion. The ambivalent concept of true religion in Romeyn de Hooghe’s Hieroglyphica
T. van 't Hof (05.01.2015) Tussen ‘heilige geschiedenis’ en ‘de geschiedenis van religie’. Het ambivalente concept van ware religie in Romeyn de Hooghe’s Hieroglyphica
  2014 - Scholarly publications
van 't Hof, Trudelien (2014). Old Emblems, New Meaning: A Critical Visual Account of the Reformation in De Hooghe’s Hieroglyphica. In Walter S. Melion, James Clifton & Michel Weemans (Eds.), Imago Exegetica - Visual Images as Exegetical Instruments, 1400-1700 (pp. 885-922) (37 p.). Brill.
  2014 - Other output
T. van 't Hof (13.05.2014) No need to choose. The possibility of endorsing opposite notions of true religion in Romeyn de Hooghe’s Hieroglyphica (1735)
  2013 - Other output
T. van 't Hof (28.01.2013) Ambiguity in Romeyn de Hooghe's Hieroglyphica
T. van 't Hof (28.10.2013) Rede en Openbaring in De Hooghes Hieroglyphica
T. van 't Hof (29.11.2013) Romeyn de Hooghe and the reconceptualisation of religion
T. van 't Hof (19.01.2013) Seks in de schaduw. Prostitutie, pornografie, en andere verboden praktijken in de vroegmoderne tijd
T. van 't Hof (18.03.2013) Workshop 'Online visibility' (Dep religiewetenschappen en filosofie)
  2012 - Other output
T. van 't Hof (23.09.2012) Between evil priests and good shepherds. Anticlericalism in Romeyn de Hooghe’s Hieroglyphica
T. van 't Hof (21.01.2012) Humor als wapen. Satire in de vroegmoderne tijd
T. van 't Hof (03.12.2012) Religion (un)veiled. The search for pristine religion in Romeyn de Hooghe’s Hieroglyphica
T. van 't Hof (10.02.2012) The true faith? A cosmopolitan project in the early Enlightenment
T. van 't Hof (12.01.2012) Using and Adapting Religious Images: De Hooghe’s Presentation of the Reformation in his Hieroglyphica
T. van 't Hof (08.10.2012) Van priesterbedrog, leugentjes om bestwil en klerikale idealen Antiklerikalisme in Romeyn de Hooghe’s Hieroglyphica
  2011 - Other output
T. van 't Hof (21.11.2011) A layman’s view on a philosophical/ theological problem: Romeyn de Hooghe’s assessment of reason and revelation
T. van 't Hof (26.10.2011) Natural religion versus the bible. The case of the Creation in De Hooghe’s Hieroglyphica
T. van 't Hof (18.11.2011) Religious decline and reformation. De Hooghe’s partisan presentation of the Reformation in his Hieroglyphica
  2010 - Professional publications
Spaans, J.W. & van t Hof, T. (2010). Het beroerde Rome. Spotprenten op de paus in een pleidooi voor een ‘Nederlandse’ katholieke kerk, 1705-1724. Hilversum: Verloren.
  2010 - Other output
T. van 't Hof (21.10.2010) ‘De Hooghe on Mahumetan principles & religion’
T. van 't Hof (13.10.2010) INTEGON-congres ' Contesting Religious Identities' Departement Religiewetenschap en Theologie Universiteit Utrecht

Spaans,  Joke and Trudelien van ’t Hof, Het beroerde Rome. Spotprenten op de paus in een pleidooi voor een ‘Nederlandse’ katholieke kerk, 1705-1724 (Hilversum, 2010).

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Romeyn de Hooghe and the reconceptualization of religion

This research is part of the overall project Fault line 1700: early enlightenment conversations on religion and the state. As the idea of a changing view on true religion is known, this research will address the question of how this was done. How were criticism and new ideas on religion translated from the exclusive domain of radical thinkers into accepted practice? Instead of looking into the work of theologians of philosophers, the focus will be on the work of the etcher Romeyn de Hooghe (1645-1708). Producing plates on practically every subject he also worked on religious themes. High point in his career was a book written by the artist himself called Hieroglyphica, of merkbeelden der oude volkeren, namentlyk Egyptenaren, Chaldeeuwen, Feniciers, Joden, Grieken, Romeynen, enz. Nevens een omstandig Bericht van het Verval en voortkruypende Verbastering der Godsdiensten door verscheyde Eeuwen; en eyndelyk de Hervorming, tot op deze Tyden toe vervolgt (…)which was posthumously published in Amsterdam in 1735. The book consists of a genealogy of religion from the Ancients until De Hooghe’s own time in 63 elaborate etchings with prose commentary. It criticizes many forms of religion as products of priest craft, but also reflects ideals of reformation and true religion.A dynamic research of the Hieroglyphica, its sources, the people involved, and the various localizations of the work in the ongoing conversation on religion over the period from around 1650 to around 1740, will yield considerable insight in the changes in the religious and philosophical culture in the Dutch Republic, and its position within the wider European context.

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http://vkc.library.uu.nl/vkc/integon/research/ProjectsWiki/Fault%20line%201700%20Early%20enlightenment%20conversations%20on%20Religion%20and%20the%20State.aspx

 

 

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