Members

EVA ANDERSEN

SARAH ARENS

SOKHIENG AU

PAULINE BACQUAERT

RENAUD BARDEZ

KENNETH BERTRAMS

RAF DE BONT

STEVEN VANDEN BROECKE

TINNE CLAES is a postdoctoral fellow of the University of Leuven. In 2017, she defended her dissertation Nobody’s Dead, The Trajectories of the Corpse in Belgian Anatomy, ca. 1860-1914. Her current research project Baby Fever. Defining Infertility in Postwar Belgium reassesses our understanding of infertility as a medicalized condition. By elucidating the diverse ways in which infertility was defined and experienced, Tinne questions the privileged position of medical approaches in historical research

VERONIQUE DEBLON

PIETER DHONDT

LISA VAN DIEM

LAURA DISPURIO

WANNES DUPONT

JULIE DE GANCK

VINCENT GEENEN (born in Verviers on 06.02.1958) has been graduated as medical doctor (MD, 1982), philosophy doctor (PhD, 1987), and Agrégé de l’Enseignement Supérieur (AES, 1996) at the University of Liège (ULiège). He is Research director at the Fund of Scientific Research of Belgium, professor of embryology and history of biomedical research at the ULiège, and head of clinics in the division of endocrinology at the University Hospital of Liège. Since 2013, he is a Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine of Belgium.
List of publications: https://orbi.uliege.be/simple-search?query=vincent+geenen

JOLIEN GIJBELS prepares a doctoral dissertation on the religious beliefs and ideological convictions of Belgian physicians in the context of the research project “Beyond ideological conflict: religion and free-thought in the Belgian medical press (1840-1914)”. She analyses how Catholic and liberal doctors dealt with divergent views on religion in scientific debate in the nineteenth century. Her research focuses on strategies of debate within the subfield of gynecology and obstetrics, where ideological division was most clearly at play.

GAUTHIER GODART

GREGORY GOURDIN

ANDREA GRAUS

DAVID GUILARDIAN

BOB VAN HEE

PIETER HUISTRA

REINOUT VANDER HULST

CARA JANSSEN

MAARTEN LANGHENDRIES

VALÉRIE LECLERCQ

JOFFREY LIÉNART

BENOÎT MAJERUS

RUBEN MANTELS

VEERLE MASSIN

CHRISTA MATTHYS

MICHIEL MEEUSEN

JORIS MERCELIS

MYRIAM MERTENS

LUC DE MUNCK

LIESBET NYS

TINE VAN OSSELAER

MARISA DE PICKER

KATRIN PILZ

MANON PINATEL

NELE REYNIERS is a PhD candidate at the Centre for History of Education of the University of Leuven. She graduated as Master of Arts in History at the University of Ghent in 2016. In 2018 she started her PhD project about the origins of education for children with mental disabilities in Belgium between 1850 and 1940. The analysis of this history departs from an acoustic perspective, paying attention to sounds and silences in the past.

SOPHIE RICHELLE

HENK DE SMAELE

FILIP VAN ROOSBROECK

VINCENT VAN ROY

KAROLINE JOHANNA TIETJE

JO TOLLEBEEK

JORIS VANDENDRIESSCHE is a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO). He obtained a master’s degree in Cultural History at KU Leuven and in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine at the University of Minnesota (USA). His research interests comprise the history of (scientific) knowledge, medicine and university in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He is currently finishing a book on the history of the Leuven academic hospitals. In addition, he is working on a new project on publishing practices and piracy in nineteenth-century science.

LUC VANDEWEYER

GEERT VANPAEMEL

KAREL VELLE

CHRISTOPHE VERBRUGGEN

EVELYNE VERHAEGEN

PIETER VERSTRAETE

KAAT WILS

GENEVIÈVE XHAYET

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