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Roel Smeets | Character Constellations

Roel Smeets | Character Constellations

Fiction plays a key role in shaping the image of social groups within societies? In his book Character Constellations, Roel Smeets delves into 170 contemporary Dutch-language novels, and using data-driven, statistical models, he analyses depictions of characters in terms of gender, race, ethnicity, class, age, sexuality, and other identity categories to understand the influence behind cultural representation and identity, and the role fiction and art have on these topics.

Wim Van Petegem, JP Bosman, Miné De Klerk, and Sonja Strydom | Evolving As a Digital Scholar

As the world keeps evolving towards a digitalized future, developing technologies also find their way into the higher education institutions and the need to design courses by incorporating necessary educational tools and materials is present more than ever. In this book, scholars Wim Van Petegem, JP Bosman, Miné De Klerk, and Sonja Strydom aim to provide both a framework and a guideline to help scholars acquire the necessary skills and qualifications to curate a digital approach to their work.

Hilde Van Gelder | Ground Sea

Hilde Van Gelder | Ground Sea

Imagine a world in which every individual has the fundamental right to be reborn. This vain dream haunts Ground Sea, Hilde Van Gelder's associative travelogue.

 

Stel je een wereld voor waarin elk individu het fundamentele recht heeft om herboren te worden. Deze ijdele droom waart rond in Ground Sea, Hilde Van Gelder's associatief reisverslag.

Mohit Chandna | Spatial Boundaries, Abounding Spaces

Mohit Chandna | Spatial Boundaries, Abounding Spaces
The colonial project is far from over and it continues to determine our lives through the borders that surround us. In order to understand here and now, one needs to start with there and then.

Ernst Wolff | Martin Versfeld

Ernst Wolff | Martin Versfeld
Go and read Versfeld! His philosophy develops this basic orientation in an ethics of simplicity, in critique of injustice, often with irony and humor, but without ever being frivolous.

Bruno Yammine | Fake news in oorlogstijd

Bruno Yammine | Fake news in oorlogstijd

Ik hoop dat de lezer met een kritischere blik dan voorheen feiten bestudeert. En ook: dat hij/zij zich realiseert dat wat een gemeenschap vorm geeft, nationalistische verhalen, in grote mate een nevenproduct is van propaganda.

Patrick Develtere, Huib Huyse, and Jan Van Ongevalle | International Development Cooperation Today

Today's challenge is to make modern international development cooperation a principled approach that seeks win-wins wherever possible, in tandem with programmes that address long-term structural challenges and promote the interests of more vulnerable partners.

Jo Shaw | The Art of Being Dangerous

Jo Shaw | The Art of Being Dangerous
The Art of Being Dangerous offers many different images of women, some humorous, some challenging, some well-known, some forgotten, but all unique. In a dazzling variety of creative forms, artists and writers of diverse identities explore what it means to be a dangerous woman.

Peter Ludlow | European Council Studies

Peter Ludlow | European Council Studies

Launched twenty years ago and based on a wide range of published and unpublished sources, the European Council Studies written by Peter Ludlow provide a continuous, highly readable and independent narrative of the politics and policies of the European Council. 

Alexandra Moschovi | A Gust of Photo-Philia

Alexandra Moschovi | A Gust of Photo-Philia
In her book A Gust of Photo-Philia Alexandra Moschovi tells the story of photography’s accommodation in and as contemporary art in the art museum.

Ernst Wolff | Mongameli Mabona

Ernst Wolff | Mongameli Mabona

Ernst Wolff's book 'Mongameli Mabona. His Life and Work' is the first study of any kind devoted to Mongameli Anthony Mabona (1929), a South African scholar with an exceptional life path.

Olha Lehka-Paul | Personality Matters

Olha Lehka-Paul | Personality Matters

In her book Personality Matters Olha Lehka-Paul explores the psychological and cognitive characteristics of a translator. 

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