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Paul Nnodim and Austin Okigbo | Ubuntu

Paul Nnodim and Austin Okigbo | Ubuntu
  “Individuals from various backgrounds and cultures can adopt and integrate this philosophy into their daily lives.”   Ubuntu, as a philosophy or...

Peter J. Freeth and Rafael Treviño | Beyond the Translator’s Invisibility

Peter J. Freeth and Rafael Treviño | Beyond the Translator’s Invisibility

Beyond the Translator’s Invisibility demonstrates the value of understanding the visibilities of translators and translation in the plural and adds much-needed nuance to one of translation studies’ most pervasive, polarizing, and imprecise concepts. A Q&A with editors Peter J. Freeth and Rafael Treviño

Markéta Hánová, Yuka Kadoi, and Simone Wille | Collecting Asian Art

Markéta Hánová, Yuka Kadoi, and Simone Wille | Collecting Asian Art
Collecting Asian Art: Cultural Politics and Transregional Networks in Twentieth-Century Central Europe examines museum collections of Asian art in the region of Central Europe, rather than the well-known collections of Western European and North American museums.

Peter De Cuyper | Newcomers Navigating the Welfare State

Peter De Cuyper | Newcomers Navigating the Welfare State
In Newcomers Navigating the Welfare State the authors explore the policies and practices related to social assistance and labour market activation for newcomers and the factors that influence individuals’ access to their rights. Q&A with editor Peter De Cuyper.

Willem Bruls | Georges Bizet : Les Pêcheurs de perles

Willem Bruls | Georges Bizet : Les Pêcheurs de perles
Auteur en dramaturg Willem Bruls gidst de lezer door dit bijzonder jeugdwerk uit 1863 van de Franse componist Georges Bizet.

Who does Leuven University Press help #SpeakUP?

Who does Leuven University Press help #SpeakUP?
From Monday November 13 to Friday November 17, members of the Association of University Presses celebrate University Press Week. Nienke Roelants, managing director, explains WHO Leuven University Press helps #SpeakUP.

What does #SpeakUP mean at Leuven University Press?

What does #SpeakUP mean at Leuven University Press?
From Monday November 13 to Friday November 17, members of the Association of University Presses celebrate University Press Week. Mirjam Truwant, acquisitions editor, explains WHAT #SpeakUP means at Leuven University Press.

Sandra Križić Roban and Ana Šverko | Watching, Waiting

Sandra Križić Roban and Ana Šverko | Watching, Waiting
In the aftermath of Covid-19, the theme of ‘empty places’ has taken on a new relevance topicality and resonance. “It seemed that everyone was suddenly capturing emptiness through photography,” clarify editors Sandra Križić Roban and Ana Šverko.

Wendy Wiertz | Adellijk en artistiek

Wendy Wiertz | Adellijk en artistiek
In haar boek Adellijk en artistiek toont Wendy Wiertz hoe amateurkunsten voor vrouwen een krachtig instrument waren om de eigen identiteit vorm te geven, om een plaats in een sociaal-cultureel netwerk te verwerven en om tastbare herinneringen na te laten.

Raluca Soreanu, Jakob Staberg, Jenny Willner | Ferenczi Dialogues

In Ferenczi Dialogues, the authors Raluca Soreanu, Jakob Staberg, and Jenny Willner present the contribution of Sándor Ferenczi to a psychoanalytic theory of trauma and discuss the philosophical, political and clinical implications of Ferenczi’s thinking.

Eva Van de Wiele | Sugar, Spice, and the Not So Nice

Eva Van de Wiele | Sugar, Spice, and the Not So Nice
'Sugar, Spice, and the Not So Nice' offers an innovative, wide-ranging and geographically diverse book-length treatment of girlhood in comics.

KuroDalaiJee | Anarchy of the Body

KuroDalaiJee | Anarchy of the Body
In 'Anarchy of the Body', art historian KuroDalaiJee sheds light on vital pieces of postwar Japanese avant-garde history by contextualizing the social, cultural, and political trajectories of artists across Japan in the 1960s.

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  • Landscapes of Liberation
  • The Book of Requiems, 1550-1650
  • Adellijk en artistiek
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  • TSEG - Volume 19 - Issue 2 - 2022
  • Living Politics in the City
  • Unfinished Histories
  • Immanent Transcendence
  • History of Japanese Art after 1945
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