The origin, development and standardization of the medieval historia in the Low Countries (10th-14th centuries): a contribution to the repositioning of chant in Early Music historiography. KU Leuven
Frivolity in church. A study of the cultural transfer of French air de cour melodies into sacred songbooks in the seventeenth-century Southern Low Countries. University of Antwerp
RETHINKIN – Family and family law studies in the Low Countries University of Antwerp
Transnational Normativity in an Age of Estrangement. Loans and Credit in Consilia and Decisiones in the Northern and Southern Low Countries (ca. 1500-1680). KU Leuven
In the early modern period, the Low Countries performed a key role in trade and commerce on the European continent. In their ‘Golden Ages’, Antwerp and Amsterdam attracted merchants from all over Europe, and even beyond. The development of commerce and finance within this transregional reality raised new normative questions on how to deal with novel financial techniques. At the same time, public, private and ecclesiastical debtors were in a ...
RETHINKIN_ Rethinking Family and Family Law in the Low Countries Hasselt University
The Make-Up of the City: A Transdisciplinary Study of Urban Society in the Pre-Modern Low Countries Vrije Universiteit Brussel
With theatre he urged people to remember their duties. Social Criticism in the Seventeenth-Century Theatre of the Low Countries. University of Antwerp
The House of Polyphony:.International Centre of Excellence for the Valorisation of Low Countries Musical Heritage. KU Leuven
The importance and value of the musical heritage of the Low Countries is recognised worldwide. The musical heritage from the Renaissance period in particular, when the Low Countries held sway over Europe as a musical leader for more than two hundred years, is comparable to the achievements of painters such as Van Eyck and Rubens. However, the musical contemporaries of these painters remain far too little known by the general public. Musical ...