According to Antwerp, Reformed to Rome: Music, Liturgies, and Identities in the Bishopric of Antwerp (1559-1801) KU Leuven
Liturgy and ritual formed the foundations of institutional, municipal and regional religious identities in Counter Reformation Europe. Plainchant was the essential sonic element of the liturgy and an integral part of the worship experience for all segments of society. Yet there is a dearth of research on chant and its role in crafting and communicating Catholic identities in the sixteenth through eighteenth centuries. The present project aims ...
According to Antwerp, Reformed to Rome: Music, Liturgies, and Identities in the Bishopric of Antwerp (1559–1801) Alamire Foundation
Antwerp Cinema City. A media-historical investigation into the post-war evolution of film exhibition and reception in the city of Antwerp (1945-2010) with a focus on the Rex-group. University of Antwerp
Trust, diversity and quality in the Antwerp tapestry production and trade (1660-1720). An inclusive approach to the social and entrepreneurial strategies of 'coopman-tapissiers' via art historical research and data visualisation and analysis. KU Leuven
This doctoral dissertation takes an inclusive look at the Antwerp tapestry industry (1660-1720) through art historical research, data visualisation and data analysis. The study forms part of the research project MapTap (Research Foundation-Flanders/KU Leuven, 2013-2016) ‘Mapping the Antwerp-Brussels-Oudenarde tapestry complex (1600-1700) via network analysis’ (www.maptap.be) and is supervised by Prof Dr Koenraad Brosens (Art History/KU ...