(1993) is working on a PhD project on ‘The Reception and Translation of Foreign Literatures in British Romantic Periodicals’. More specifically, he is concerned with the dynamics governing editorial practices in literary magazines of the Late-Romantic period. What do the reception and translation policies of Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, The New Monthly Magazine, and The London Magazine tell us about their ideology? What happens when literature from the other side of the channel is presented to the British reading audiences? Veneration? Appropriation? Or are those different cultural identities and ideologies rather mutated and mutilated, even annihilated? The project is supervised by Tom Toremans (KU Leuven) and Frederik Van Dam (Radboud University).