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The research group ''Literary, Philological and Textual Studies'' regards texts as complex, multidimensional objects and examines literary phenomena in the broadest sense from both a comparative and an interdisciplinary perspective. This group seeks to bring to light the meanings of texts and the context of their production. As a result, it encompasses already established fields of study concerned with language and the materiality of texts but also embraces the new disciplines and approaches of the humanities. In this way, it contributes to the fields of cultural theory and the history of representations. (Trad. S. Vranckx)
Research at the Center aims to provide a better understanding of European and Mediterranean societies in the period spanning from Antiquity to the 19th century. Resolutely comparative and transdisciplinary in its approach, the Center is founded on the collaboration between historians, art historians, and literary historians.
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