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Sarah Josephine Adams is a PhD candidate in Dutch Literature at Ghent University (2016-2020). Her FWO funded project Slavery on Scene. Representations of Slavery on the Dutch Stage of 1800 examines performances of slavery in the Netherlands in an age of significant ideological and political change (1770s-1830s). Read more… 



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Maaheen Ahmed is a Flemish Research Council (FWO) postdoctoral fellow at Ghent University’s English Department. She has held fellowships at the Université catholique de Louvain and Jacobs University Bremen, where she obtained her PhD. Read more…


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Berber Bevernage is Assistant Professor of philosophy and theory of history in the Department of History at Ghent University. Much of his current research focuses on the uses of history and memory after violent conflict Read more…


 

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Marieke Breyne holds degrees from Ghent University (Licentiate in Educational Sciences, 2008, and Initial Academic Teacher Training in the Sciences of Pedagogy, 2009) and the University of Antwerp (Advanced Master Read more…


After having finished her studies in History and African Studies, Inge Brinkman received a Ph.D. degree from Leiden University (The Netherlands) in 1996 with a thesis on oral and written literature, identity and gender in Central Kenya. Read more…


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Sara Buekens is currently working on a PhD in French literature at the University of Ghent. With Pierre Schoentjes as supervisor, she studies post-war and 21st century French literature from an ecopoetic perspective. “L’écopoétique” Read more…


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Gert Buelens is a professor of English at Ghent University. He holds degrees from the University of Sussex (DPhil, 1990) and Ghent (Lic. English and German, 1984; Teacher training, 1985), and was a visiting scholar at Harvard n 1996-1997.  Read more…


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Stef Craps is a professor of English literature at Ghent University, where he directs the Cultural Memory Studies Initiative. He is the author of Postcolonial Witnessing: Trauma Out of Bounds (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) Read more…


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Sofie de Smet holds a Master’s degree in Psychology (KU Leuven) and a Bachelor’s degree in Performance Studies and Film (Ghent University). In October 2014 she started her interdisciplinary doctoral research into post-narrative modes of trauma Read more…


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Maarten Geeroms obtained an MA in Spanish Literature and Linguistics from Ghent University (2016), where he is currently reading for a PhD in Hispanic literature. His research focuses on literary memory formation Read more… 


Catherine Gilbert is a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Ghent University working on a project entitled ‘Genocide Commemoration in the Rwandan Diaspora’, which investigates Read more…


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Jelena Juresa is a visual artist working primarily with photography and video. Her visual research is based on testing the representational limits of the “image”. Her artistic sensitivity directs the focus  Read more…


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Evelyne Ledoux-Beaugrand is a postdoctoral research fellow affiliated with the Department of Literary Studies. She holds degrees from the University of Montreal (PhD in French Literatures, 2010) and the University of Quebec  Read more…


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Ilse Logie has been teaching modern Latin-American literature at Ghent University since October 2005. She obtained her PhD, with a dissertation titled La omnipresencia de la mímesis en la obra de Manuel Puig, at the University of Antwerp Read more…


Mahlu Mertens, originally from the Netherlands, is a PhD candidate at Ghent University. She holds degrees from the Theatre Academy Maastricht (B.A. Drama Director and B.A. Drama Teacher) and Ghent University (B.A. in Linguistics and Read more…


Ida Marie Olsen, originally from Norway, is a PhD student in Literary Studies at Ghent University. She holds a BA degree from the University of Oslo, and an MA degree from the University of Exeter. Read more…


CMSIRiver Ramuglia, originally from Anchorage, Alaska, is a PhD candidate at Ghent University. He holds a B.A. from the University of Oregon and an M.A. from King’s College London. Most recently he taught at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas and  Read more…


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Pierre Schoentjes holds a full professor position at Ghent Univeristy, where he teaches French literature. As a specialist in irony (Poétique de l’ironie, Seuil, 2001; Silhouettes de l’ironie, Droz, 2007) and (First) World War Read more…


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Désirée Schyns is a professor (“docent”) in translation studies and translation (French-Dutch) at Ghent University. Before taking up her current post she worked as a translator of literature and as a literary critic in the Netherlands. Read more…


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Anneleen Spiessens is a postdoctoral assistant at Ghent University and is affiliated with the Department of Translation, Interpreting, and Communication. She holds degrees from Ghent University (PhD) and KU Leuven  Read more…


 

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Christel Stalpaert (°1971) is a Professor of Theatre, Performance and Media Studies at Ghent University and co-director of the research unit S:PAM (Studies in Performing Arts and Media). Her main field of study is performing Read more…


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Yves T’Sjoen (°1966) is an associate professor in the Department of Dutch Literature and Literary Theory at Ghent University. He specializes in the study of interbellum literature in Flanders and the Netherlands, and also does research Read more…


Tine Vekemans is a postdoctoral fellow at the department of Languages and Cultures at Ghent University (2019-2023). Her FWO funded project Remember Africa? The effects of twice-migration on the religious and cultural lives of British ‘East-African’ Jains Read more…


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 Annelies Verdoolaege (°1975) obtained MA degrees in Germanic Languages and in African Languages and Cultures from Ghent University, and an MA degree in Africana Studies from the State University of New York at Albany. Read more…


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Kristiaan Versluys is a full professor of American literature and culture at Ghent University and the founding director of the Ghent Urban Studies Team (GUST). He obtained his Ph.D. degree from Harvard University in 1979. Read more…


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Rozemarijn Vervoort is a PhD student in Scandinavian literature at Ghent University. She obtained a BA in Scandinavian Studies and an MA in Literary Studies from the University of Amsterdam, and started her PhD in Ghent in 2014. Read more…