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Naar een beter begrip van onderliggende mechanismen van verminderde controle van de dynamische balans na een beroerte middels een combinatie van experimenten en computermodellen. KU Leuven
BOF 2008: Short stay Dr. Balazs Hajgato Hasselt University
The HandmaidenU+2019s Balancing Act? The (Re)Presentation of East European Literatures in Weltliteraturgeschichte and Younger U+2018World Literary HistoryU+2019 Ghent University
In 1877 the Austro-Hungarian Hugó Meltzl warned his colleagues: U+201CAs every unbiased man of letters knows, modern literary history, as generally practiced today, is nothing but an ancilla historiae politicae [U+2018handmaiden of political historyU+2019]U+201D. At the time, Europe was dominated by the five powers of the U+2018Vienna SystemU+2019 (after the 1815 Congress of Vienna): England, France, Prussia, Austria and ...
Masculinities, vulnerability and victimhood: male survivors of conflict-related sexual violence in Bosnia and Croatia KU Leuven
SIGNALING VALUES: Europeanisation and Memory Politics in Croatia and Serbia KU Leuven
In this study I examine the ways in which ‘Europe’ has been built as a mnemonic community based on a shared past. Numerous academics and practitioners have argued for the emergence of a ‘European memory’ – i.e. a shared narrative about the past as an instrument to strengthen a sense of common European identity across populations in Europe. Over the last 30 years EU institutions and political elites have been promoting this approach – i.e. the ...
Integral Yugoslavism during the royal dictatorship (1929-1935) in Yugoslavia - content, distribution and interaction with other national ideas Ghent University
This project investigates the national idea of integral Yugoslavism as it was fixed by the state during the royal dictatorship in Yugoslavia (1929-1935). It will focus on the way Yugoslav national identity was defined, how that national consciousness was spread and the interaction with other forms of national thought in Yugoslavia during this period.
Genetic engineering of saponin production in medicinal Maesa sp. Ghent University
A method of Agrobacterium mediated transformation of Maesa lanceolata, M. perlarius, M. Balansae, and M. argentea has been developed. Thes plants will be transformed with an expression cassette driving the expression of U+03B2-amyrin sythase as well as hairpin constructs to reduce native gene expression. The quantitative and qualitative aspects of saponin production in these transgenic lines will be analysed.