The proposed study region, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg and France, belongs during the Bronze Age to an area of contact between different cultural complexes. Its western part was integrated in ...read more
The project aims to explore the cognitive load of sign language interpreting and compare it with oral interpreting. The premise aims to establish whether sign language interpreters face a comparable ...read more
Owing to their visual essence and status as a popular, modern medium, comics – newspaper strips, comics magazines and graphic novels – provide valuable insight into the transformation of collective consciousness. This project advances ...read more
The Romans were the first to introduce communal bathing habits in northern Gaul (modern Belgium, Northern France and part of the Netherlands). These highly technological and richly decorated bathhouses were ...read more
Via corpus-based analysis and experimental research we investigate the presence and impact of non-standard language features (old and new vernacular) in public consumer comments and company responses on social media.
The principal aim of this research project is to compare the predominant concepts of the Ottoman and Burgundian political discourse in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. Even though reciprocal ...read more