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Developing User-centred Approaches to Technological Innovation in Literary Translation (DUAL-T) Ghent University
Recent years have seen a growing research interest on the application of translation technology to literary translation workflows, mostly in the form of Machine Translation (MT) or post-editing of MT output. In these studies, literary translators' voices are virtually absent. This project will address the discrepancy between research in Computer Science/AI and Translation Studies, as well as the absence of literary translators from the ...
Reading in Europe today - Reading and writing literary texts in the age of digital humanities. University of Antwerp
Salva nos, Domine: A study of chanted confraternity liturgies and their social contexts in the Southern Low Countries, 1300-1550 (ConfLit). KU Leuven
Everyday Writing in Graeco-Roman and Late Antique Egypt (I - VIII AD). A Socio-Semiotic Study of Communicative Variation Ghent University
Non-literary, U+2018documentaryU+2019 texts from Ancient Egypt have provided and continue to provide a key witness for our knowledge of the administration, education, economy, etc. of the Ancient world. This project argues that since documentary texts represent originals, their external characteristics should also be brought into the interpretation. The projectU+2019s driving hypothesis is that U+2018communicative variationU+2019 U+2013 ...
Morphosyntactic language skills in deaf children with cochlear implant: a cross-linguistic study on Dutch and German (MORLAS). University of Antwerp
Constructing Age for Young Readers (CAFYR). University of Antwerp
Children in Comics: An intercultural history from 1865 to today Ghent University
Owing to their visual essence and status as a popular, modern medium, comics - newspaper strips, comics magazines and graphic novels - provide valuable insight into the transformation fo collective consciousness. This project advances the hypothesis that children in comics are distinctive embodiments of the complex experience of modernity, channeling and tempering modern anxieties and incarnating the freedom denied to adults. In testing this ...
Novel Saints. Ancient novelistic heroism in the hagiography of Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages Ghent University
The novel is today the most popular literary genre worldwide. Irs early history has not been writen yet. My
project aims to generate a paradigm shift (conceptually. cross-culturally and interdisciplinarily) in our
understanding of this history. It offers the first comprehensive reconstruction and interpretation of the persistence
of ancient novelistic material in (Greek, Latin. Syriac, Arabic, Annenian. ...
Fifties in Europe Kaleidoscope KU Leuven
The action aims at leveraging photographic content form 1950's in Europe, increasing the engagement of citizens with the Europeana content, involving user interaction, crowssourcing and co-curation of digital content.