Marianne Van Remoortel
Marianne Van Remoortel is Assistant Professor at the Department of Literary Studies, Ghent University. Read more
Julie M. Birkholz is a postdoctoral researcher. Her research focuses networks in digital data; using a network perspective to approach periodical research. She holds a doctorate in Organization Sciences from the VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Read more
Maria Alesina is a PhD student at the Department of Literary Studies, Ghent University. After the completion of her bachelor studies in Philosophy, she obtained her master degrees in European and German Studies in Kiev-Mohyla Academy in Ukraine and Friedrich Schiller University in Germany. Read more
Christina Bezari is a PhD candidate at the Department of Literary Studies of Ghent University under the supervision of Marianne Van Remoortel. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree in translation studies from the Ionian University of Corfu and a Master’s degree in comparative literature from the University of Sorbonne (Paris-IV). Read more
Charlotte D’Eer is a PhD student at the Department of Literary Studies, Ghent University. She completed her master studies in English and German literature and obtained a second master’s degree in Comparative Modern Literature at Ghent University, specializing in gender studies, women authors and research on emotions. Read more
Eloise Forestier is a PhD student at the Department of Literary Studies, Ghent University. She completed her master studies in English literature at la Sorbonne University, Paris, specializing in Victorian literature. Read more
Amélie Jaques is an intern at the WeChangEd project in the Spring of 2019. Read more.
Marjolein Goethals is an intern at the WeChangEd project in the Spring of 2019. Read more.
Jasper Schelstraete (Sept 2015-Sept 2016)
Dr. Jasper Schelstraete worked as a post-doctoral researcher on the WeChangEd project from September 2015 to September 2016.
Guillaume Vanhulle (Feb-May 2016)
Guillaume Vanhulle worked as an intern on the WeChangEd project from February to May 2016.
Nikki De Grave-Geeraert (May-July 2016)
Nikki De Grave-Geeraert worked as an intern on the WeChangEd project from May to July 2016.