Dutch Literature, Brussels Campus KU Leuven
Topics of this research group Dutch Literature are Medieval literature and Middle Dutch stories.
The research group FunC consists of researchers conducting research in the field of cognitive-functional linguistics. Over the last decade the research group FunC has mainly been concerned with the semantics and pragmatics of different types of verbal and (pro)nominal constructions, both synchronically and diachronically.
Campus Brussels works closely with the research group Quantitative Lexicology and Variationist Linguistics (QLVL), of Leuven, QLVL is a research group at the University of Leuven that focuses on empirical, corpus-linguistic studies of language variation, with a specific emphasis on lexical variation.
Department of Psycho-analysis and clinical consulting Ghent University
Dutch Literature, Antwerp Campus KU Leuven
Dutch Literature Research Campus Sint-Andries
Hilde Van Belle’s main research interests are: non-fiction and narrative journalism, rhetoric and argumentation, and literary translation. In her publications on Dutch literature, narrative journalism and rhetoric, both literary and critical analyses are performed. Currently she’s focusing on the work of Joris Van Casteren, Chris De Stoop, Gerard van Westerloo, and on the Gonzo ...