OSL Research Groups
Our group aims to promote collaborative research revolving around the concept of innovation across Law and Literature (as well as the broader Humanities), with a particular but not exclusive focus on the following questions: 1) How can literary studies help us understand the dynamics of legal innovation, including the tension between tradition (authority) and deviation? […]
There is a lot of research being done in the Low Countries concerning travel literature and the relationship between literature, travel, transnationalism and tourism. This group aims to bring together researchers and research groups to facilitate collaboration on a regular basis.
Over the past two decades, the field of cultural memory studies has established itself internationally as an important and fertile area of inter- and multi-disciplinary research. Institutionalized through dedicated journals (Memory Studies was started in 2008), associations (Memory Studies Association was inaugurated in 2016) and standing committees (e.g. at MLA), with its own canon of theoreticians, the field has not only matured, but also grown and diversified.