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Sylvie Bekaert

Holding an M.A.T specializing in foreign languages from the Université François Rabelais in tours, France, as well as a Masters in Social Sciences focusing on sexuality and family planning from the Université Catholique de Louvain, Sylvie Bekaert has taught French as a foreign language (FLE) in a number of establishments. She has also worked in the field of social work.

Chantal Kesteloot

Researcher in history of the twentieth century, senior scientist at CEGES (Archives and Research Center on War and Contemporary Societies), Chantal Kestelroot is Editor-in-Chief of the well-known revue CHTP-BEG (Cahiers d’Histoire du Temps Présent), as well as member of the steering committee of the European Science Foundation project "Representations of the Past: The writing of national histories in Europe". At IFE Chantel teaches a course on the history of Belgium in a European context.

Marcel Roelandts

A geographer specializing in urban and socio-economic problems, teacher-researcher in the Hautes Ecoles and university system in Belgium and France, Marcel Roelandts has also pioneered the field of geomarketing for business firms. His published work reflects his long involvement with the public sector, from local to European levels. He has organized international scientific seminars on urban themes. He also teaches pedagogy to future professors of geography. At IFE Marcel teaches a course on European Urban Sociology as seen through Brussels and Belgium.

William Vonnèche

A graduate of the school of literature and philosophy at the University of Liège, William Vonnèche holds two master’s degrees in Romance Philology. Passionate about 19th and 20th century francophone literature, he is currently conducting research on French writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline.

Virginie Van Ingelgom

Virginie Von Ingelgom
Holding a joint PhD in international politics from Sciences Po (Paris) and the Catholic University of Louvain (CULouvain), Virginie Van Ingelgom was awarded a post as Research Associate Professor with the Belgian National Research Foundation and CULouvain’s European Institute of Political Science. Her research interests focus on the issue of democracy and legitimacy at the subnational, national, European and global levels, on indifference and ambivalence in citizens’ attitudes, on policy feedbacks and in qualitative and mixed methods.Virginie has won numerous awards for her research publications and is the recipient of a Starting Grant from the European Research Commission (ERC) to fund a large project on citizens’ disaffection, as well as serving as co-leader or PI on other major research programs on political perceptions. Virginie has been a visiting fellow or visiting professor at Oxford University, Sciences Po, University of Montreal, and the Graduate Institute of Geneva, among others.
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