Virginie Arantes

PhD in Social and Political Sciences (ULB)

Virginie Arantes

PhD in Social and Political Sciences (ULB)

Virginie will undertake a research project entitled “Effective ‘Collaborative’ Governance: A Comparative Look at Environmental NGOs roles in China and Taiwan”.

Oxford supervisor:  Prof. Anna Lora-Wainwright (School of Global and Area Studies).

Orvil Collart

MA in Biomedical Engineering (ULB) and MA in Translational Medicine (Berkeley & UCSF)

Orvil Collart

MA in Biomedical Engineering (ULB) and MA in Translational Medicine (Berkeley & UCSF)

With the support of the Foundation, Orvil will carry out the third year of the Accelerated Medicine Course at the University of Oxford

Julie Dainville

PhD in Languages, Literature and Translation Studies (ULB)

Julie Dainville

PhD in Languages, Literature and Translation Studies (ULB)

Julie will undertake a research project entitled “Ancient rhetorical theory in papyrological sources”.

Oxford supervisor: Dr Daniela Colomo (Faculty of Classics)

Julie’s stay in Oxford, initially scheduled for 2020/2021, has been postponed to 2021/2022 due to the sanitary crisis.

Hannah De Corte

PhD in Art and Arts Sciences (ULB)

Hannah De Corte

PhD in Art and Arts Sciences (ULB)

Hannah will undertake a project entitled “Emergent Images. Technical and Aesthetic Role of Canvas in ‘Impressionist’ Paintings, with a Particular Focus on Ashmolean Museum’s Collection”.

Oxford supervisor: Prof. Ian Kiaer (Ruskin School of Art).

Anissa Maâ

PhD in Social and Political Sciences (ULB)

Anissa Maâ

PhD in Social and Political Sciences (ULB)

Anissa will undertake a research project entitled “An ‘indigenous’ migration control? The role of return migrants in the implementation of migration control in Western Africa”.

Oxford supervisor: Dr Ruben Andersson (Department for International Development).

Anissa’s stay in Oxford has been postponed to 2022/2023 due to the sanitary crisis.

Héritier Mesa

PhD student in Social and Labour Science (ULB)

Héritier Mesa

PhD student in Social and Labour Science (ULB)

Héritier will pursue his doctoral research on “Identity and Social Position in the informal Economy: A multidimensional analysis of social inequality in Kinshasa”.

Oxford supervisor: Prof. David Pratten (African Studies Centre).

Julien Pomarède

PhD in Social and Political Sciences (ULB)

Julien Pomarède

PhD in Social and Political Sciences (ULB)

Julien will undertake a research project entitled “The militarization of mobility control after 9/11: The rise of ‘mobility warfare’ at NATO”.

Oxford supervisor: Prof. Andrea Ruggeri (Department of Politics and International Relations).

Nuna Terri

PhD student in History (ULB)

Nuna Terri

PhD student in History at the ULB (promoter Aude Busine)

Nuna will pursue her doctoral research on “Saint Thekla in Seleukeia on the Kalykadnos : Nature and issues at stake of the implantation of a Christian cult in the religious landscape of a Greco-Roman city in Asia Minor (3rd-6th)”.

Oxford supervisor: Prof. Bryan Ward-Perkins (Faculty of History)

Nuna’s stay in Oxford, initially scheduled for 2020/2021, has been postponed to 2021/2022 due to the sanitary crisis.

Raphaël Van Daele

PhD in Philosophy (ULB)

Raphaël Van Daele

PhD in Philosophy (ULB)

Raphaël will undertake a research project entitled “Ontology and Transformations in Early Medieval Chinese Thought. Study on the Reception and Exegesis of the Book of Changes (Yijing)”.

Oxford supervisor: Dr Dirk Meyer (Faculty of Oriental Studies).

Simon Watteyne

PhD in History (ULB)

Simon Watteyne

PhD in History (ULB)

Simon will undertake a research project entitled “Belgian Fiscal and Financial Diplomacy at the League of Nations during the Inter-war Period”

Oxford supervisor: Prof. Martin Conway (Oxford Centre for European History).