Academic

Key publications

  • Mirella Klomp, Marten van der Meulen, Erin Wilson & Anita Zijdemans, “‘The Passion’ as public reflexivity. How the Dutch in a Ritual-Musical Event Reflect on Religious and Moral Discussions in Society”, Journal of Religion in Europe11 (2018), 195-221; https://doi.org/10.1163/18748929-01102007.
  • Mirella Klomp & Marcel Barnard, “Sacro-Soundscapes. Interpreting Contemporary Ritual Performances of Sacred Music through the Case of The Passion in the Netherlands”, International Journal of Practical Theology21/2 (2017), 240-258; https://doi.org/10.1515/ijpt-2016-0030.
  • Mirella Klomp & Marten van der Meulen, “The Passion as ludic practice. Understanding public ritual performances in late modern society: a case study from the Netherlands”, Journal of Contemporary Religion32/3 (2017), 387-401; http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13537903.2017.1362879.
  • Mirella Klomp & Danie Veldsman, “After God, but behind the Cross: the Procession as a Way to Re-encounter God in a Culture beyond Classical Liturgy”, Studia Liturgica47/1 (2017), 15-29 [= republished as Mirella Klomp & Danie Veldsman, “After God: Screening the Passion as Ana-Liturgy”, in: Richard Kearney & Matthew Clemente (eds.), The Art of Anatheism, London: Rowman & Littlefield 2018, 237-250]. 

Full list of academic publications

  • “Passio – Compassio. J.S. Bach’s Passions Transformed Into a Passion Transcending Christianity” in Frits de Lange and Julie Claassens (eds.), Retrieving Compassion: Global Ethics, Human Dignity, and the Compassionate God, Eugene OR: Wipf and Stock 2018, 187-202.
  • Mirella Klomp, Marten van der Meulen, Erin Wilson & Anita Zijdemans, “‘The Passion’ as public reflexivity. How the Dutch in a Ritual-Musical Event Reflect on Religious and Moral Discussions in Society”, Journal of Religion in Europe11 (2018), 195-221; https://doi.org/10.1163/18748929-01102007.
  • Mirella Klomp & Marcel Barnard, “Sacro-Soundscapes. Interpreting Contemporary Ritual Performances of Sacred Music through the Case of The Passion in the Netherlands”, International Journal of Practical Theology21/2 (2017), 240-258; https://doi.org/10.1515/ijpt-2016-0030.
  • Mirella Klomp & Marten van der Meulen, “The Passion as ludic practice. Understanding public ritual performances in late modern society: a case study from the Netherlands”, Journal of Contemporary Religion32/3 (2017), 387-401; http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13537903.2017.1362879.
  • Mirella Klomp & Danie Veldsman, “After God, but behind the Cross: the Procession as a Way to Re-encounter God in a Culture beyond Classical Liturgy”, Studia Liturgica47/1 (2017), 15-29 [= republished as Mirella Klomp & Danie Veldsman, “After God: Screening the Passion as Ana-Liturgy”, in: Richard Kearney & Matthew Clemente (eds.), The Art of Anatheism, London: Rowman & Littlefield 2018, 237-250]. 
  • ‘Staging the Resurrection. The Public Theology of Dutch Production and Broadcasting Companies’, in International Journal of Public Theology 9/4 (2015) 446-464.
  • Cas Wepener & Mirella Klomp, ‘D(i)e verhouding prediking, mus(z)iek en liturgie’iHTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 71/3 (2015), 1-8.
  • ‘Die “Passion-zum mitsingen”. Christliche Musik im öffentlichen Raum’, in IAH Bulletin 41 (2013) 97-110 [published in 2015].