Steven Vanden Broeck

Biographie

Adresse

steven.vandenbroecke@ugent.be

Domaine de recherche

Chronological/geographical :
Ancient, Medieval, Early modern Europe

Thematic :
1. Relations between language, body, and sociability
2. Belief as a social practice
3. Theological, and medico-philosophical discipline
4. Social and institutional contexts of early modern Catholicism

Formation

- PhD in History, University of Leuven (B), 2000
- Licentiaat in history ( BA/MA), University of Leuven (B) and Université François Rabelais/Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, Tours, 1993
- Speciaal Baccalauraat in Philosophy( minor degree), University of Leuven (B), 1992

Rattachement institutionnel

Dept. Of History, Universiteit Gent, Belgium

Titre et responsabilité

- Co-founder and member of the Scientific Research Network Circulating Knowledge in the Early Modern Low Countries-V, Belgium) (2006- ).
- President of the Historical Section of the Koninklijke Zuid-Nederlandse Maatschappij voor Taal- en Letterkunde en Geschiedenis (2008- ).
- Member of the National Committee for (KVAB, Belgium) (2007- ).
- Core member of the editorial board of Lias. Journal of Early Modern Intellectual Culture and its Sources (2006- )

Activités passées

Sept. 2004-Jan. 2008 : Senior Lecturer, Dept. Of History, K.U. Brussel, Belgium

Sept. 2001-Sept. 2004 : Post-doctoral Fellowship, Dept. of History of Science,
Medicine, and Technology, The Johns Hopkins University(USA)

Jan. 2001-Apr. 2001 : Frances A. Yates fellow, Warburg Institute, London

Sept. 1998-June 1999 : Occasional PhD-student, Warburg Institute, London Advisors : Charles Burnett and Jill Kraye

Oct. 1996-Sep. 2000 : Doctoral Fellowship -V (Fund for Scientific Research, Flanders), Belgium

Oct. 1993-Sep. 1996 Departmental Tutor , University of Leuven, Belgium

Publications

Activités présentes

Jan. 2008- : Senior Lecturer, Dept. Of History, Universiteit Gent, Belgium



















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