Project

The reception of Scandinavian Literature in the Netherlands and Flanders 1860-1940. A comparative Analysis of the role of Networks and the Impact of the Ethnolinguistic Discourse.

Duration
01 January 2008 → 30 December 2013
Funding
Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO)
Research disciplines
  • Humanities
    • History
    • Language studies
    • Literary studies
    • Theory and methodology of language studies
    • Theory and methodology of linguistics
    • Theory and methodology of literary studies
    • Other languages and literary studies
    • Study of regions
  • Natural sciences
    • Information sciences
    • Other information and computing sciences
  • Social sciences
    • Economic history
    • Applied sociology
    • Policy and administration
    • Social change
    • Social psychology
    • Social stratification
    • Social theory and sociological methods
    • Sociology of life course, family and health
    • Other sociology and anthropology
    • Information sciences
    • Library sciences
Keywords
database national and european identity 19th century international networks reception theory language ideology 1st half of the 20th century cultural transfer literary criticism the Netherlands cultural history scandinavian literature social network analysis history of literature flanders ethnolinguism
 
Project description

This research aims at mapping and analyzing the networks of Dutch and Flemish cultural transmitters who, between 1860 and 1940, had a particular interest in Scandinavian literature. The analysis is based on a model of Social Network Analysis that is designed specifically for cultural transfer. A contrastive Dutch-Flemish perspective makes it possible to bring up language ideology abd the ethnolinguistic discourse.