'With his theatre he urged people to remember their duties'. Social Criticism in the Seventeenth-Century Theatre of the Low Countries. University of Antwerp
Moving Language: An Investigation into Text's Kinetic Potential in Theatre. University of Antwerp
Repertoire at stake. A discourse analysis of the struggle to define repertoire in Flemish theatre from 1945 until today. University of Antwerp
Literature and media innovation: the question of genre transformations (LMI) Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Older discussions treat the taxonomy of genres as well as the nature of literary ...
Outcast or Embraced? Clusters of Foreign Immigrants in Belgium, c. 1840-1890 University of Antwerp
Timemachine. University of Antwerp
Towards a New Cinematic Realism. The Cinema of Wang Bing. University of Antwerp
Many cultural heritage collections are nowadays going through a phase of mass-digitization, whereby heritage objects are digitized, catalogued and published at an unprecedented scale using computational means. This process is challenging because of the rapid pace at which it progresses: the digitization of cultural artefacts itself is already an expensive, and time-consuming process and yet, in the end, it only yields low-level data (e.g. raw ...