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Dr. E.S. (Ellinoor) Bergvelt

Cultural Studies
Faculty of Humanities
Capaciteitsgroep Algemene Cultuurwetenschappen
Photographer: Eduard Lampe

Visiting address
  • Turfdraagsterpad 15
  • Room number: 3.12
Postal address
  • Postbus 94551
    1090 GN Amsterdam
Contact details
  • Dr. Ellinoor Bergvelt

    Dr. Ellinoor Bergvelt is a specialist on collections and museums. She wrote a Ph.D. on the 19th-century history of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Pantheon der Gouden Eeuw (1998); was co-editor of the two volumes about Dutch collecting in the 17th century, accompanying the exhibition, De wereld binnen handbereik (Distant worlds made tangible; Amsterdam Historical Museum, 1992), of the Dutch Open University volume: Kabinetten, galerijen en musea (20133, 20052 and 19931 ), and of several publications on interior design, including Van neorenaissance tot postmodernisme (1996).

    She is, with dr Debora Meijers (UvA) , dr Lieske Tibbe (Radboud University Nijmegen) and dr Elsa van Wezel (Berlin, Institut für Museumsforschung) coordinator of the research project of the Huizinga Instituut: National Museums and national identity (Europe and the United States, c. 1760-1918). See for the assessment (published 23 January 2012): http://hdl.handle.net/11245/1.351258.

     

     

     

  • Publications

    2021

    • Meijers, D. J., & Bergvelt, E. S. (2021). Purpose and Structure of the Book. In E. S. Bergvelt, & D. J. M. (Eds.), Teyler's Foundation in Haarlem and its 'Book and Art Room' of 1779.: A Key Moment in the History of a Learned Institution. (pp. 3-18). (Scientific and Learned Cultures and their Institutions; Vol. 29). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004441446_002
    • Meijers, D. J., & Bergvelt, E. S. (Eds.) (2021). Teyler's Foundation in Haarlem and its 'Book and Art Room' of 1779. A Key Moment in the History of a Learned Institution. . (Scientific and Learned Cultures and their Institutions; Vol. 29). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004441446

    2013

    • Bergvelt, E. (2013). The Colonies in Dutch National Museums for Art and History (1800-1885). In H. Dunthorne, & M. Wintle (Eds.), The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Britain and the Netherlands Countries (pp. 87-112). (National Cultivation of Culture; No. 5). Leiden/Boston: Brill. [details]

    2012

    2013

    • Bergvelt, E. (2013). De Britse Parlementaire Enquête uit 1853: De 'modernisering' van de National Gallery in Londen. In E. Bergvelt, D. J. Meijers, & M. Rijnders (Eds.), Kabinetten, galerijen en musea: het verzamelen en presenteren van naturalia en kunst van 1500 tot heden. - 3e dr. (pp. 335-358). Heerlen/Zwolle: Open Universiteit/WBOOKS. [details]
    • Bergvelt, E. (2013). Tussen geschiedenis en kunst: Nederlandse nationale kunstmusea in de negentiende eeuw. In E. Bergvelt, D. J. Meijers, & M. Rijnders (Eds.), Kabinetten, galerijen en musea: het verzamelen en presenteren van naturalia en kunst van 1500 tot heden. - [3e dr.] (pp. 359-388). Heerlen/Zwolle: Open Universiteit/WBOOKS. [details]
    • Bergvelt, E., Meijers, D. J., & Rijnders, M. (2013). Kabinetten, galerijen en musea: het verzamelen en presenteren van naturalia en kunst van 1500 tot heden. - [3e dr.]. Heerlen/Zwolle: Open Universiteit/WBOOKS. [details]

    2012

    • Bergvelt, E. (2012). Great narratives or isolated statements? History in the Dutch national museums (1800-1887). In D. Poulot, F. Bodenstein, & J. M. Lanzarote Guiral (Eds.), Great Narratives of the Past: Traditions and Revisions in National Museums : conference proceedings from EuNaMus, European National Museums: Identity Politics, the Uses of the Past and the European Citizen, Paris 28 June-1 July & 25-26 November 2011 (pp. 115-131). (EuNaMus report; No. 4), (Linköping electronic conference proceedings; No. 78). Linköping: Linköping University Electronic Press. [details]
    • Meijers, D., Bergvelt, E., Tibbe, L., & van Wezel, E. (2012). National museums and national identity, seen from an international and comparative perspective, c. 1760-1918: an assesment. Amsterdam: Huizinga Instituut [etc.]. [details]

    2011

    • Bergvelt, E. (2011). The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam: ideals and reality (1798-1848). In E. Weisser-Lohmann (Ed.), Kunst als Kulturgut. - Bd. 2: ‘Kunst’ und ‘Staat’ (pp. 251-274). (Neuzeit und Gegenwart). München: Wilhelm Fink. [details]
    • Bergvelt, E. (2011). The decoration programmes of Cuypers’ Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Berliner Schriftenreihe zur Museumsforschung, 29, 311-323. [details]
    • Bergvelt, E., Meijers, D. J., Tibbe, L., & van Wezel, E. (2011). Museale Spezialisierung und Nationalisierung ab 1830: das Neue Museum in Berlin im internationalen Kontext = Specialization and consolidation of the national museum after 1830: the Neue Museum in Berlin in an international context. (Berliner Schriftenreihe zur Museumsforschung; No. 29). Berlin: G + H Verlag. [details]

    2010

    • Bergvelt, E. (2010). Louis Bonaparte et les beaux-arts: le cas des artistes vivants et du Musée royal. In A. Jourdan (Ed.), Louis Bonaparte: roi de Hollande (1806-1810) (pp. 319-349, 483-488). (La bibliothèque Napoléon. Série biographie). Paris: Nouveau Monde. [details]
    • Bergvelt, E. (2010). Potgieter’s 'Rijksmuseum' and the public presentation of Dutch history in the National Museum (1800-1844). National Cultivation of Culture, 2, 171-195. https://doi.org/10.1163/ej.9789004180291.i-334.63 [details]
    • Bergvelt, E., & Hörster, C. (2010). Kunst en publiek in de Nederlandse rijksmusea voor oude kunst (1800-1896): een vergelijking met Bennetts 'Birth of the museum'. De Negentiende Eeuw, 34(3), 232-248. [details]

    2009

    • Bergvelt, E., Meijers, D. J., Tibbe, L., & van Wezel, E. (2009). Napoleon’s legacy: the rise of national museums in Europe, 1794-1830. (Berliner Schriften zur Museumsforschung; No. 27). Berlin: G + H Verlag. [details]
    • Meijers, D. J., Bergvelt, E., Tibbe, L., & van Wezel, E. (2009). Introduction. In E. Bergvelt, D. J. Meijers, L. Tibbe, & E. van Wezel (Eds.), Napoleon's legacy: the rise of national museums in Europe, 1794-1830 (pp. 7-15). (Berliner Schriften zur Museumforschung; No. 27). Berlin: G + H Verlag. [details]

    2007

    • Bergvelt, E. S. (2007). 'Lodewijk Napoleon, de levende meesters en het Koninklijk Museum (1806-1810)'. Nederlands kunsthistorisch jaarboek = Netherlands yearbook for history of art, 56/57, 257-299. [details]
    • Bergvelt, E. S. (2007). Are National Museums of Protestant Nations Different? The process of modernizing 19th-century national art museums in the Netherlands and in Great Britain 1800-1855. In P. Aronsson, & M. Hillstrom (Eds.), NaMu, Making National Museums Program, Setting the Frames [details]
    • Bergvelt, E., Knegtmans, P. J., & Schilder, M. (2007). Kleurrijke professoren: 375 jaar portretkunst in de collectie van de Universiteit van Amsterdam = Colourful professors : 375 years of portraiture in the collection of the Universiteit van Amsterdam. Amsterdam: Vossiuspers - Amsterdam University Press. [details]
    • Bergvelt, E., Meijers, D., Tibbe, L., & van Wezel, E. (2007). National museums and national identity seen from an international and comparative perspective, c. 1760-1918. In P. Aronsson, & M. Hollstrom (Eds.), NaMu: Making National Museums program: Setting the Frames, 26-28 February, Norrköping, Sweden (pp. 17-28). Linköping: Linköping University Electronic Press. [details]

    2006

    • Bergvelt, E. S. (2006). The process of modernization of 19th-century art museum: the national museums in the Netherlands and in Great Britain 1800-1855. In B. Graf, H. Möbius, & J. A. Forkel (Eds.), Zur Geschichte der Museen im 19. Jahrhundert 1789-1918 (pp. 41-55). (Berliner Schriften zur Museumskunde; No. 22). Berlin: G + H Verlag. [details]

    2013

    • Jonker, M., & Bergvelt, E. (2013). [Review of: S. Avery-Quash (2011) The travel notebooks of Sir Charles Eastlake]. Journal of the History of Collections, 25(1), 141-142. https://doi.org/10.1093/jhc/fhs010 [details]

    2012

    • Bergvelt, E., & Jonker, M. (2012). Leven en werk van een kunsthistoricus [Bespreking van: J.F. Heijbroek (2010) Frits Lugt: 1884-1970: leven voor de kunst: biografie]. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 125(2), 289-290. [details]

    2009

    • Bergvelt, E., & Jonker, M. (2009). [Bespreking van: T.H. von der Dunk (2007) Een Hollands heiligdom: de moeizame architectonische eenwording van Nederland]. Bijdragen en Mededelingen betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, 124(1), 116-117. [details]

    2007

    • Bergvelt, E. S. (2007). [Review of: J. Conlin (2006) The Nation's Mantelpiece. A History of the National Gallery]. Journal of the History of Collections. [details]

    Talk / presentation

    • Delhaye, C. (speaker) & Bergvelt, E. S. (speaker) (21-4-2016). Fashion exhibitions in the Netherlands: between visual spectacles and community outreach. And what about the future?, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
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