Charlotte Rottiers

Charlotte Rottiers

Charlotte Rottiers is currently working as a PhD researcher at the KU Leuven’s Faculty of Architecture in Ghent. She obtained her Master’s degree in Art History in 2018 with great distinction and her Bachelor’s degree in East European Languages and Cultures in 2021 with distinction, both at the University of Ghent. Afterwards, she also enrolled in the Master in Urbanism and Spatial Planning. Her interests lie in architectural history, cultural and political representation combined with the formation of identity through art and architecture. Her current research investigates the role attributed to architecture and interior decoration in the deployment of the Belgian diplomatic network from the moment of its foundation until the outbreak of the second world war. The project is titled Housing the Nation Abroad. The Belgian Diplomatic Representation through Architecture and Interior Decoration, 1831-1940 and is supervised by Anne-Françoise Morel and Fredie Floré.

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