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Belgian Academy of Culture and History

The Belgian Academy of Culture and History is a brand-new private academy, dedicated to bringing you an unbiased, multi-lingual and concise overview of Belgian history. We offer original evening courses that are unavailable elsewhere, as well as historical excursions, and provide you with an opportunity to find out what’s new in historical research. All of our events provide ample opportunity to connect to like-minded people and share your ‘feeling’ for history. At the academy we believe learning should be experience-based and interactive. We therefore encourage discussion during our evening courses, while also providing the rare opportunity to connect with actual historical artifacts and places during our safaris.


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This is the sort of thing I wish I didn’t have to put on the internet. 1 in 9 women in Belgium will develop breast cancer. About 10.500 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in Belgium each year and sadly, this year, I am one of those women. This means I have to stop all
26 April 2018 | 1:26 pm

 7 Unexpected Reasons Why Expatriates Don’t Understand Belgium: a free email course
As of Monday 22 January 2018 you can take a free email course at the Belgian Academy of Culture and History, titled “7 Unexpected Reasons Why Expatriates Don’t Understand Belgium”.  This is a completely free course.   First of all, this means you don&
19 January 2018 | 12:18 pm

 Resources for the history of Belgium
In the coming weeks, you will notice a new feature on our website: a webpage with the name ‘Resources’. What can you expect from that new feature? I’ve noticed that a lot of people are looking for material about the history and culture of Belgium. Now, I don&rs
12 November 2017 | 6:03 pm

 Politics in Belgium: my article in The Bulletin Autumn issue
The article A few months ago I was contacted by the editor of The Bulletin, to see if I wanted to write a piece on Belgian politics. This is a theme I am quite passionate about. There is a reason I put so much emphasis on political issues in the History of Belgium course. If [&h
29 October 2017 | 11:04 am

 LFL@School: my community project
LFL@School​Already some years ago, I had the idea of setting up a Little Free Library (TM). When I first heard about that initiative, I knew I wanted to join the community. I’ve always been very fond of reading. As a teenager I read about 5 books a week, no joke. Min
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