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Narratives of The Therapeutic Encounter - book published from major conference

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The conference focused on the therapeutic encounter, depicted via the patient's experience, expressed through the creative act, and as counter-weight to the practitioner's 'case study'.

Brussels Conference, November 2018: Résilience et Modernité dans les Littératures francophones

Directors of the Belgian Centre in Edinburgh, Susie Bainbrigge and Edouard Notte, recently took part in an International conference on Francophone Literatures in Brussels, organised by Marc Quaghebeur and Laurence Boudart of the Archives et Musée de la Littérature.

Our City

Theatrical poster for the film Our City by Maria Tarantino
The CFRB presents a portrait of the city of Brussels and its inhabitants (in French, with subtitles in English). This free screening will be followed by a discussion with film director Maria Tarantino.

Colloque: Récits de l’expérience thérapeutique: psychanalyse, thérapies par la parole, et créativité

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Nous invitons des propositions de communication (de 20 minutes) de chercheurs/-euses, auteur(e)s, cinéastes, artistes, thérapeutes clinicien(ne)s qui s’intéressent aux liens entre la psychanalyse, les thérapies par la parole et l’expression artistique pour ce colloque qui aura lieu le 7-8 décembre 2017.

L’Homme qui répare les femmes

The Man Who Mends Women
L'Institut Français Écosse and WBI-Wallonie Bruxelles International are pleased to present the avant premiere of “L’Homme qui répare les femmes” at Filmhouse Cinema.

UK's first Professor of Graphic Fiction and Comic Art appointed

Benoit Peeters
Benoit Peeters, the well known comics creator, curator, critic and Hergé biographer has been appointed the UK's first Professor of Graphic Fiction and Comic Art at Lancaster University.

Perceptions of "Poor little Belgians" in the West of Scotland during the First World War

The Triumphal arch in the Parc du Cinquantenaire
Dr Caroline Verdier (French, University of Strathclyde) will give a paper on ‘Perceptions of “Poor little Belgians” in the West of Scotland during the First World War’, as part of a conference 'Perceptions of the Other'.

Intercultural encounters and Amélie Nothomb

Amelie Nothomb
A two day event exploring adaptations of Amélie Nothomb’s writings on Japan with special guest Tokyo Fiancée director Stéfan Liberski.

Francophone Comics at the Lakes international Comic Art Festival

The Leaning Girl
Comics creator, curator, critic and Hergé biographer Benoit Peeters will be guest speaker at the third Lakes International Comic Art Festival.

Remembering Chantal Akerman (1950- 2015)

Chantal Akerman
Screening of 'Hotel Monterey' in remembrance of pioneering film-maker and artist Chantal Akerman.

Le corps problématique du personnage de théâtre. Marivaux, Beckett, Guillaume Galienne

The Triumphal arch in the Parc du Cinquantenaire
Professor Pierre Piret (Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium)

Introduction à la littérature francophone de Belgique

The Triumphal arch in the Parc du Cinquantenaire
Professor Pierre Piret (Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium)

L'Enfant qui...

Performers in the Fringe play "L'Enfant qui..."
Acrobatics, puppetry and live music come together to create a whimsical journey through the imagination of a sick child.

'Lest we forget' : WWI and Belgian Refugees in Scotland

Caroline Verdier, Research fellow of the CRFB, is involved in a project organised by the Scottish Refugee Council, entitled ‘Lest we forget’.

Study Day: 'Belgium and Postcolonial Paradigms'

Study day in the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities on 15 May 2015.

Student Masterclass with Jeannine Paque

Information on the Masterclass by Jeannine Paque on 18 March 2015.

Comic strip competition

DELC and the Centre de Recherches Francophones Belges are delighted to launch a comic strip competition, open to all.

Les Européens regardent les Européens

The Division of European Languages and Cultures and the Centre de Recherches Francophones Belges are delighted to host an exhibition on Belgium’s 9th art: la bande dessinée/comic strip.

Conference: Belgium Into Great War

The University of Glasgow will be hosting a study day on the 31st of October entitled "Nations Facing War : Neutrality, Refusal, Engagement?" with guest speaker Laurence Van Ypersele (UCL).

Seminar: 'Le multilinguisme en Belgique'

Information on the seminar by Dr Caroline Verdier on 21 January 2015.

Seminar: Marie Gevers et Paul Willems: un héritage littéraire et culturel familial

Information on the seminar by Julien WIllems on 22 May 2014.

Seminar: 'Le multilinguisme en Belgique'

Information on the seminar by Dr Caroline Verdier on 3 April 2014.

Seminar: Christian Dotremont and the Cobra movement

Information on the seminar by Professor Nathalie Aubert on 19 March 2014.

Albert Camus lit L’Etranger / REMIX

A stroll under the devastating Algerian sun in the company of Albert Camus.