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Organisation

Institute for the Study of Literature in the Low Countries (ISLN) (T_ISLN)

Research Group

Main organisation:Department of Literature
Lifecycle:1 Oct 2003  →  Today
Organisation profile:ISLN (Institute for the Study of Literature in the Netherlands) is a research group of the University of Antwerp. ISLN focuses on Dutch-language literature from the Middle Ages to the present. Specific attention goes to book history, multilingualism and the social context of literature.ISLN houses the documentation centers Louis Paul Boon and Hugo Claus and works structurally with other institutions in and around Antwerp that are active in the field of literary heritage: Ruusbroec Institute, Reynaertgenootschap, Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library, Plantin-Moretus Museum and Letterenhuis.Een bewerking voorstellenOver Google TranslateCommunityMobielOver GooglePrivacy en voorwaardenHelpFeedback verzendenKlik om te bewerken en alternatieve vertalingen weer te geven The Institute for the Study of Literature in the Netherlands (ISLN) is a research group of the University of Antwerp. The ISLN focuses on Dutch-language literature from the Middle Ages to the present. Specific attention goes to book history, multilingualism and the social context of literature.The ISLN houses the documentation centers around Louis Paul Boon and Hugo Claus and works structurally with other institutions in and around Antwerp that are active with literary heritage, namely Ruusbroec Society, Reynaert Society, Heritage Library Hendrik Conscience, Museum Plantin-Moretus and Letterenhuis.Een bewerking voorstellenOver Google TranslateCommunityMobielOver GooglePrivacy en voorwaardenHelpFeedback verzendenThe Institute for the Study of Literature in the Netherlands (ISLN) is a research group of the University of Antwerp. The ISLN focuses on Dutch-language literature from the Middle Ages to the present. Specific attention goes to book history, multilingualism and the social context of literature.The ISLN houses the documentation centers around Louis Paul Boon and Hugo Claus and works structurally with other institutions in and around Antwerp that are active with literary heritage, namely Ruusbroec Society, Reynaert Society, Heritage Library Hendrik Conscience, Museum Plantin-Moretus and Letterenhuis.
Keywords:LITERARY HISTORY, LITERARY STUDY, LOW COUNTRIES, BOOK HISTORY, FLANDERS
Disciplines:Language studies, Literary studies, Theory and methodology of language studies, Theory and methodology of linguistics, Theory and methodology of literary studies, Other languages and literary studies