Ralph Dekoninck is a professor of art history in the Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Letters, a member of the Institute for the Study of Civilisations, Arts and Letters (INCAL) and co-director of the Centre for Cultural Analysis of Early Modernity. His teaching and research subjects are baroque art history, early modern art theories, and the relationship between art and religion from a transhistorical perspective.
Mandate : Manage UCLouvain cultural policy across all campuses, by stimulating, promoting and coordinating creative practices both internally for the university community and externally through quality cultural programming. The goal is to highlight our university’s creative potential by making culture a laboratory for looking at the world from different angles and a realm for exploration, exchange and discovery.
Reports to : Vice-Rector for Science and Technology Sector, responsible for culture