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"The collaboration with Leuven University Press has been outstanding and comes with our highest recommendation. From the preliminary discussions to the final publication, every phase of the editorial process was marked by productive cooperation. We felt guided with the utmost professionalism, constructive feedback, and genuine warmth. It was a truly remarkable collaboration that we would wish to experience again!" - Ana Šverko and Sandra Križić Roban, editors of  'Watching, Waiting'

"Working with the editorial team at Leuven UP was a fantastic experience. The final product was carefully and elegantly put together. Thank you so much for being so efficient from the beginning to the end of this process." - Pierre-Philippe Fraiture, editor of 'Unfinished Histories'

“It was a pleasure to work with Leuven University Press. The most well-structured, friendly and supportive editorial process that I've ever been through! I am very grateful for the experience and for the result. The book could not have a better home.” – Raluca Soreanu, author of ‘Ferenczi Dialogues’

"The editorial team guided us swiftly, supportive and skillfully through the whole publication process. It has been an enriching experience and the resulting book is beautiful." - Eva Van de Wiele, editor 'Sugar, Spice, and the Not So Nice'

“I am very happy and honoured that my book is published with Leuven University Press. It is an amazingly professional team. The cooperation was indeed pleasant!” - Ioannis Papachristou, author ‘John Philoponus on Physical Place

“Thanks so much for this wonderful news. We are really glad with the whole process. It was fast and easy. We will strongly recommend our colleagues to publish with you." - Borja Franco, editor 'Lepanto and Beyond'

“Our shared efforts produced a very good book, of which we can all be proud. So thank you to you and to your colleagues for an extremely positive experience.” - Laura Stagno, editor 'Lepanto and Beyond'

"Thank you for an excellent job by UPL and your A-team. We are proud of this result. I hope this milestone handbook will contribute to realizing the objectives of the project, which is the strengthening of the academic Public Administration community in Ethiopia.", Geert Bouckaert, editor 'Public Administration in Ethiopia'

"I am really content with the book and would like to warmly thank you and your colleagues again for your very competent and agreeable cooperation." - Silvia Negri, editor 'Summa (Quaestiones ordinariae) art. XXV-XXVII'



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  • Immanent Transcendence
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  • Anarchy of the Body
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  • Stilte in de klas
  • Absent Presences in the Colonial Archive
  • Tot de bodem
  • Dekolonisering in verleden en heden
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  • Recharting Territories
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  • Giuseppe Verdi
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