Kasteel Well Faculty
The Director/Executive Director of Emerson College's European Center at Kasteel Well, the Netherlands, since 1992. In addition to many scholarly articles, Ms. Meijers is co-author (with B. Aikema) of the book Nel Regno dei Poveri. Arte e storia dei Grandi Ospedali veneziani in eta moderna, 1474-1797 (1989), and author of De gouden schemer van Venetie. Een portret van de Venetiaanse adel in de achttiende eeuw (1991).
She has consulted with the city architects of Venice, Italy, on restoration projects, conducting archival research and art historical analysis of historically important buildings. In 1988 Ms. Meijers curated a retrospective exhibition of the artist Peter Goldschmidt (1923-1987) at the Museum of Rijswijk, and in 1991 she curated for the Historical Museum of Amsterdam the loan exhibition De Gouden Schemer van Venetie. Een portret van de Venetiaanse adel in de Achttiende eeuw. She is a member of the Board of Editors of the scholarly periodical Het Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, and secretary and treasurer of the foundation "Collection Mos" for the stimulation and development of the study and research of Italian Art in European context. Since 1986 Ms. Meijers has taught many courses at Kasteel Well in the areas of European Studies and Civilization, European Cultural History, and European Art History. Dr. Meijers co-teaches History of Western Art I: Renaissance and Baroque.
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