An intense desire to resume the Adamic adventure: the rise and impact of the neo-avant-garde in Flemish literary periodicals (1949-1965) Ghent University
This project examines the dynamics and impact of the neo-avant-garde in Flemish literary
periodicals of the postwar period (1949-1965). I employ discourse analysis of critical texts on poetic
innovation to trace key metaphors and discursive strategies regarding image building and
legitimation. This analysis is further elucidated through a dynamic network visualization of the
periodicals and published authors involved.
Literature and teh Extended Mind: A reassessment of Modernism. University of Antwerp
Language as a predictor of academic achievement. A validity argument of a low-stakes post-entry academic language proficiency screening for first year university students. KU Leuven
The transition from secondary to tertiary education is often conceived as difficult, into a new culture with specific rules, conventions and language use (van Kalsbeek & Kuiken, 2014). In Flanders, where, except for Medicine and Dentistry, there are no entry requirements or selection mechanisms, the follow-up of incoming students is important. Success rates of first-year students are low, at the KU Leuven in 2015-2016 for example, less ...
How to stimulate reflection on the disciplinary future self through internships: challenges and opportunities. KU Leuven
Disciplinaire persoonsvorming via stages en praktijkervaringen: opleidingsspecifieke en facultaire uitdagingen en kansen
In het onderwijsbeleidsplan van de KU Leuven (2014-2017) wordt sterk de nadruk gelegd op het belang van het voortdurend aanspreken en ter discussie stellen van het disciplinaire future self van studenten en op de bijdrage die de universiteit op die manier kan leveren tot hun ...
‘Boek to Book’ uses a sociology of translation approach to ask, ‘How do books from Flanders travel beyond its boundaries?’ Focusing on agents of production, it examines the people (translators, acquisitions editors, distributors, critics, national literature fund officers, rights managers, literary agents, academics, etc.), institutions (source and target publishers, national literature funds, non-profit organizations, literary prizes, etc.) ...