Comic Modernism: The Reception of Aristophanes in British Poetry, Fiction, and Criticism, 1900-1940 KU Leuven
This research project aims to examine the presence and effect of ancient Greek comedy in British modernist literary culture. The dominant view of modernist literature as a profoundly serious endeavor has so far prevented a sustained study of the status of comedy in modernism’s literary legacy. By focusing on the reception of Aristophanic comedy, this project proposes an untrodden path into this field. It uncovers the keen interest modernist ...
Silent voices: A Digital Study of the Herne Charterhouse as a Textual Community (ca. 1350-1400). University of Antwerp
'Authorship', composition and textual interconnectedness of three 16th-century mystical texts. Die evangelische peerle, Vanden tempel onser sielen, and the Arnhem mystical sermons. A stylometric approach. University of Antwerp
CATCH 2020: Computer-Assisted Transcription of Complex Handwriting. University of Antwerp
Biased Books: A Data-driven Analysis of Representation in Illustrated Children's Literature in the Low Countries (1800-1940). University of Antwerp
From Aksara to Corpora: Tracing the Development of Buddhist Textuality and Manuscript Networks in Greater Gandhara Ghent University
The foundation of the academic study of the development of Buddhism lies in research of surviving textual material first composed in Indic languages over centuries before and into the first millennium. In the last several years, fantastic manuscript finds have surfaced opening new windows into the history of Buddhist literature. I am one of the few scholars to have access to such material. This project centers around the study of two large, ...
The diaspora kino-eye: A multi-methodological research project on diaspora film policies and representations in Flanders (2002-2021) Ghent University
Over the last decades a major upswing of diaspora cinema in Europe took place. In Flanders, this flux of diaspora filmmaking is specifically relevant as cross-cultural identities have assumed a prominent role in contemporary cinematic narratives. The importance of diaspora cinema is that it is considered to be one of those symbolic sites of struggles within a multicultural society that can help in the deconstruction of Eurocentric and ...