Bram Lambrecht is an Assistant Professor of Dutch and Translation Studies in the Department of Translation, Interpreting, and Communication. He previously worked as a PhD and a postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Literary Studies, KU Leuven, and was invited at several universities abroad (Groningen, Bucharest, Budapest, Wrocław). His research is situated at the intersection of Dutch studies, literary studies, and translation studies. He is particulary interested in poetry and popular culture from the early twentieth century to the present day. Bram has published several journal articles and book chapters on his research interests. He is the author of a Dutch-language monograph on popular literature in interwar Flanders (Garant, 2018) and an editor of Writing Literary History 1900-1950 (Peeters, 2018).
Bram mostly teaches courses on the culture and literature of the Low Countries. He also advises Flanders Literature on grants for prose writers and is a member of the editorial board of the Lage Landen Studies (an academic book series in Dutch on the language and culture of Belgium and the Netherlands) and TNTL (a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to Dutch literature and linguistics).