On titles and chapters. Investigations into the nature of patristic and Byzantine literature. KU Leuven
Manuscript production and the formation of corporate identities in high medieval monasteries in the bishopric of Liège Ghent University
Monasteries from the bishopric of Liège (late 11th and 12th centuries) found themselves at a cultural crossroads between the German Empire and the French region and consciously maintained relations with abbeys from both regions. I will analyze how manuscripts were used to shape the identities of the Liège monasteries through a comparative study of their textal contents and material presentation.
Augustine's sermons on the New Testament Letters. Critical edition and contentanalysis from a rhetorical point of view. KU Leuven
MITT - Mobility of Ideas and Transmission of Texts Vernacular Literature and Learning in the Rhineland and the Low Countries (ca.1300-1550). University of Antwerp
Picturing the Roman Army in Third-Century Egypt. Roman Tombstones from the Military Necropolis at Nicopolis. KU Leuven
Tituli honorarii: honorary monuments. Comparative and social research on the epigraphic habit on the Italian peninsula, the western provinces and Asia Minor. Ghent University
Monumental commemorative monuments form the basis of epigraphic research, shedding new light on aspects of Roman society, such as social mobility. Did the degree of romanization in the provinces ensure an imitation of the model? The influence of provincial subcultures will be investigated. Attention is paid to the social stratification and mobility within the provinces and the relationship to the Roman model of society.