Perspectives on Art Datis: Marieke Hendriksen

I am a historian of science, art, and knowledge with a strong interest in of the role of material culture and sensory perception in the production and circulation of knowledge. After stints as a postdoc, lecturer, and research fellow in London, Groningen, Berlin, Utrecht, Edinburgh, and Philadelphia I now work as senior researcher at NL-Lab, an interdisciplinary research group within the Humanities Cluster of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) in Amsterdam. In my research, I combine traditional methods such as close reading and visual analysis with performative and DH methods. I have a background in philosophy of art (MA), cultural studies (MRes) and early modern history of science (PhD). Hence, I am particularly interested in historical continuities and changes and in the intersections of art, craft, and science in glassmaking which are studied in the Art DATIS project using DH methods. For more information about my work, check