The reception of Augustine and Pelagius in the Carolingian commentary on Romans preserved in Paris Bibl. Nat. lat. 11574. Cultural forgetting in medieval theories on grace, free will, and predestination. KU Leuven
Mystical Heritage and Modern Identities. Reception and Appropriation of the Medieval 'Flemish' Mystic Hadewijch in Interwar Belgium. University of Antwerp
Sabbatical Wim François: Bible Translation and Bible Reading in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Low Countries KU Leuven
The further rendering of an English-language monograph with the history of vernacular Bible translations in the Netherlands, from the late medieval spiritual reform movements to the period of the Counter-Reformation, is urgently needed. It should focus on its genesis against the background of the religious reform movements between 1400 and 1550, which influence text and para text, theological discussions and censorship measures, as well as ...
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 ...