U+201CEmpire of PrintU+201D studies the work of four late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century authors in the colonial and postcolonial press. Unlike the little magazine, the newspapers of the British Empire have not yet been fully examined in relation to moderni
Film, media and nation-building in Flanders. University of Antwerp
Event : Digital Fortress Europe (30-31 October 2019) Vrije Universiteit Brussel
A Multi-method Study to Investigate PeopleU+2019s Attitudes and Intention to Pay for Online News Ghent University
Newspapers suffer from a decline in advertising income, but peopleU+2019s willingness to subscribe to online news remains limited. This project aims to understand peopleU+2019s attitudes and intention to pay for online news and examines peopleU+2019s motivations, expectations and preferences regarding online news.
Streams of music, identity and diversity: A qualitative study of identity-related practices on music streaming services Ghent University
This qualitative research project explores, identifies and interprets contemporary identity-related practices that music streaming services and their users engage in to mediate LGBTQ and diasporic identities, LGBTQ and diasporic identity politics, and LGBTQ and diasporic music cultures.