• The Lion and the Sphinx. An entangled history of Belgian diplomacy in Egypt, 1830-1914
Auteur:Huskens, Gert
Président du jury:Bertrams, Kenneth
Promoteur:Bavay, Laurent; Verbruggen, Christophe
Co-Promoteur:Warmenbol, Eugène; Vandersmissen, Jan
Membre du jury:Auwers, Michael
Informations sur la publication:Université libre de Bruxelles, Faculté de Philosophie et Sciences sociales - Histoire, histoire de l'art et archéologie, Bruxelles
Date de défense:2023-06-28
Sujet CREF:Diplomatique
Histoire contemporaine [de 1800 a 1914]
Histoire coloniale
Histoire de l'islam et du moyen orient
Histoire politique
Volumes/pages:695 p.
international relations
global history
entangled history
Intitulé du diplôme:Doctorat en Histoire, histoire de l'art et archéologie
Note générale:This research was made possible thanks to the generous support of the FWO and FNRS-funded EOS (Excellence of Science)-project No. 30885993 ‘Pyramids and Progress. Belgian expansionism and the making of Egyptology, 1830-1952’.The “Commission de classement des crédits internationaux (CCCI)” of the Université libre de Bruxelles awarded me an additional grant allowing a research stay in Egypt in the summer of 2022 during which I was able to do research in the Dar al-Wathaiq al-Qawmiyah in Cairo as well as numerous libraries of foreign research institutes in Egypt.The Fondation Jaumotte-Demoulin, Fondation Héger-Masson, and the Fonds David et Alice Van Buuren awarded me in June 2022 the Prix Van Buuren thanks to which I was able to continue my research after my term at ‘Pyramids and Progress’ had ended in November 2022.
Anneé académique:2022-2023
Institution de co-tutelle:Ghent University, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, History Department - PhD in History