Expertise

Lieselot De Taeye is a PhD Fellow of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO); she has been working for the VUB department of Literary and Linguistic Studies (TALK) since 2013. Her research is focused on the Dutch literature of the 1960s and 70s. Several literary works that were published during those years have been labelled as contributing to an experimental documentary trend, because they evoke a reality effect in a non-traditional, (neo-)avant-garde inspired way. She looks into how different textual strategies contribute to this factual rhetoric (such as: narrator strategies, montage, ready-mades, use of multiple media and references to non-fictional genres) and how factual and fictional signals interfere in these works.

Research output

  1. Mistroostige bevindingen van een bondgenoot. Herman Stevens over vrouwen in de literatuur

    Research output: Contribution to specialist/vulgarizing publicationBook/film/article reviewSpecialist

  2. Komedie zonder spot: Over De Pelikaan. Een komedie van Martin Michael Driessen

    Research output: Contribution to specialist/vulgarizing publicationBook/film/article reviewSpecialist

  3. Cees Nootebooms De Parijse beroerte (1968) [Paris, Mai 1968] – Ein Sammelsurium verschiedener Genres

    Research output: Contribution to specialist/vulgarizing publicationArticleVulgarizing

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Activities

  1. Between Minimalist Art and Documentary Literature: the Case of Enno Develing

    Activity: Talk or presentationTalk or presentation at a conference

  2. Oproer in de Nederlandse letteren. Tekst en contestatie in de jaren zestig

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

  3. Violence in the Postcolonial and Neocolonial World

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

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