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Degryse Iadine


Iadine Degryse holds a master’s degree in History and Anthropology of America (2014, UCM – Madrid) and a second master’s degree in Population and Development Sciences (2016, ULB – Brussels). Alongside her studies, she is carrying out a toponymic analysis of the streets of the Brussels-Capital Region for the electronic journal Brussels Studies (unpublished). On completing her studies, she spent three years in the communications department of the King Baudouin Foundation before joining the Brussels Studies Institute in 2020 as assistant to the director and researcher.

Since then, she has been coordinator of the first three-language MOOC on Brussels, entitled ‘Brussels Decrypted‘, and works mainly on the history of Brussels and contested historical symbols in the public space. Since August 2021, she has been working on recontextualising the frescoes in the Comic Strip Route for the City of Brussels. Between September and December 2022, she accompanied, led and facilitated the working group on the future of the bust of Roger Nols, located in the Schaerbeek town hall and the subject of strong protest. She is also a member of the scientific committee of the Brussels museum and has been a member of the Commission consultative de toponymie ixelloise since September 2023.







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