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researcher , Humanities educator

Dominique Émile Longrée, Belgian humanities educator, researcher. Qualification lettres classiques University National Committee, France. Recipient Joseph Cochez, Louvain Catholic University, 1987. Member of Belgium Linguistic Society, Paris Linguistic Society, Paris and Linguistic Society Belgium, Linguistic Society Paris.

Background

Longrée, Dominique Émile was born on April 22, 1962 in Etterbeek, Belgium. Son of Pierre Longrée and Nicole Longrée-Kinkin.

Education

Bachelor in archeology, University College London, 1985. Master in Oriental Philology and History, University College London, 1985. Master in Classical Philology, University College London, 1985.

Doctor of Philosophy in Classical Philology, University College London, 1991.

Career

Research assistant Belgian National Funds Science Research, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium, 1986—1990, senior research assistant, 1991—1993. Invited professor Facultés University Saint-Louis, Brussels, 1991—2005. Maître de conférences Angers University, France, since 1993.

Professor Faculties University Saint-Louis, Brussels, since 2005. Member, international committee International Colloquium Latin Linguistics, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Qualification lettres classiques University National Committee, France.

Membership

Member of Belgium Linguistic Society, Paris Linguistic Society, Paris and Linguistic Society Belgium, Linguistic Society Paris.

Connections

Married Brigitte Niederkorn, July 28, 1966.

father:
Pierre Longrée

mother:
Nicole Longrée-Kinkin

spouse:
Brigitte Niederkorn