'The Practices of Lantern Lectures, They Are a-Changin’. Cultural policies and changing lanternscapes in German-occupied Antwerp and Brussels during the Great War

Lantern Lectures at the Vlaamsche Kring in Mortsel: activism, avant-garde, and commerce in occupied Flanders

Projecting a Nation in Ruins. Lantern Lectures and the Spectacle of War-Struck Belgium in the Neutral Netherlands (1914-1918)

“You’ve seen a lot of movies”: Rereading Paul van Ostaijen’s Occupied City in Light of the Contemporary Cinema Culture in Belgium

Film Distribution and Exhibition in the Light of German Cultural Policy in Occupied Belgium (1914-1918)

The Movie Theatre in Occupied Belgium at the Crossroads of Different Cultures of Spectacle (1914-1918). The case of Louvain Palace

Opera Performances in Antwerp During the First and Second World War

One Orchestra, Two Artistic Policies, One Censor: Symphonic Music by the Great Symphony Orchestra of Belgian Radio (1940-1944)