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Spring 2015

Editorial

Editoriaal

Adelheid Ceulemans

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Tekstualiteit versus lichamelijkheid. De leesbaarheid van het lichaam

Neal Leemput

Despite the focus on words and literary texts in the Art of Speech programme of the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp, Neal Leemput be- came fascinated by the narrative power of the body. His Master's …

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'Eene onloochenbare verwantschap'. Muziek en literatuur in Vlaamse liedbundels uit de negentiende eeuw

Adelheid Ceulemans

In the nineteenth century, a remarkably strong connection existed between music and li- terature, between musicians and authors. Curiously enough, until recently, research into nineteenth-century …

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Le nozze di Figaro tussen droom en daad

Luc Joosten

  • Le nozze di Figaro is one of the best-known and most frequently performed operas from the repertoire. There is little doubt about that. But do we know precisely to what we refer when we discuss …

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Visuele poëtica. Onderzoek van theater, film en verwante kunsten

Esther Tuypens, Nele Wynants

Visual Poetics is the name of a research centre at the University of Antwerp. It serves as an interdisciplinary platform for studying theatre, lm and related arts. The resear- chers share an interest …

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De eerste Antwerp Academy Art Book Fair. Een terugblik (en een vooruitzicht)

Johan Pas

In the autumn of 2014, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp organized its rst interna- tional art book fair. This initiative turned outto be a hit. Its mix of antiquarian and current publications …

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