Dr. J.J. (Jan) van Ginkel

Position:
  • Affilated fellow


Telephone number: +31 (0)71 527 2171
E-Mail: j.j.van.ginkel@hum.leidenuniv.nl
Faculty / Department: Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen, Leiden Institute for Area Studies, SMES APT
Office Address: Witte Singel-complex
Witte Singel 25/M. de Vrieshof 4
2311 BZ Leiden
Room number 2.02b


Publications

  • Ginkel, J.J. van (2002). Heraclius and the Saints. The "popular" image of an emperor. In G.J. Reinink & B.H. Stolte (Eds.), The Reign of the Emperor Heraclius: Crisis and Confrontation  (pp. 227-240). Leuven: Peeters.
  • Ginkel, J.J. van (2002). Jakob von Edessa in Michael Syrus' Chronografie. In M. prof. dr Tamcke (Ed.), Syriaca: Zur Geschichte, Theologie, Liturgie und Gegenwartslage der syrischen Kirchen  (pp. 115-124). Münster/Hamburg/London: Lit Verlag.
  • Ginkel, J.J. van (2005). Monk, Missionary, and Martyr. John of Ephesus, a syriac orthodox historian in Sixth Century Byzantium. Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 5, pp. 35-50.
  • Ginkel, J.J. van, Murre-Van Den Berg, H.L., & Lint, T.M. van (2005). Redefining Christian Identity: Cultural Interaction in the Middle East since the Rise of Islam (Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta, 134). Leuven: Peeters.
  • Ginkel, J.J. van (2005). History and Community. Jacob of Edessa and the West Syrian Identity. In J.J. van Ginkel, H.L. Murre van den Berg, & T.M. van Lint (Eds.), Redefining Christian Identity: Cultural Interaction in the Middle East since the Rise of Islam  (pp. 67-76). Leuven: Peeters.

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