Rudi Laermans

Rudi Laermans (BE) is a researcher.

Rudi Laermans

Understanding Media Theory - book presentation: Rudi Laermans

Rudi Laermans is Professor at the University of Leuven (Louvain), Belgium, where he lectures in cultural sociology and sociological theory. He is an essayist, author of several books, and his main fields of research are social systems theory, theories of (post)modernity, and sociology of the arts.

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