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Académie royale de Langue et de Littérature françaises (Royal Academy for French Language and Literature)
  Founded in 1920, the academy is formed of 40 members. The academy promotes culture by granting prizes and publishing books.
  This site exists in  FR
Archives et Musée de la Littérature (AML) (Archives and Museum of Literature)
  Situated inside the Royal Library of Belgium (KBR), the AML carry out the preservation and the promotion of the literary and theatre heritage of French-speaking Belgium. The collections consist of manuscripts, letters, books, pictures and other iconographic support, audiovisual documents or press articles about French-speaking Belgian authors.
  This site exists in  FR
Argo, Centre d'études comparées des civilisations anciennes
  Argo groups experts from various disciplines of the classical and oriental studies: Greek and Roman civilizations, Egypt, Mesopotamy, European prehistory, Judaism and christinism. Argo collaborate with the Centre de Philosophie Ancienne of the Free University of Brussels (ULB).
  This site exists in  FR
Center for American Studies
  The Center for American Studies promotes research in relation with the United States of America, in all fields of human and social sciences. It is located at the Royal Library of Belgium.
  This site exists in  EN
Centre d'études canadiennes (CEC - Center of Canadian Studies)
  The Centre d'Etudes canadiennes (CEC - Center of Canadian Studies) tackles Canadian studies using a multidisciplinary and comparatist approach. Its members are specialists in various domains such as literature, linguistics, sociology, law, history, politics, economics, media, computer science, etc.
  This site exists in  FR
Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde (Royal Academy for Dutch Language and Literature)
  The Academy supports the edition and publication of culturally important texts from the Southern Netherlands.
  This site exists in NL
Royal Library of Belgium (KBR)
  The Royal Library of Belgium - a Federal Scientific Institution - is Belgium's central scientific and conservation library. Its main mission is to manage and preserve the cultural heritage as well as to acquire Belgian publications and ease the access to them.
  This site exists in NL FR
Royal Museum for Central Africa (MRAC-KMMA)
  Federal Scientific Institution carrying out museum and scientific research activities focused on Central Africa (geology, zoology, ethnology, ...)
  This site exists in NL FR EN
Scriptorium - Revue internationale des études relatives aux manuscrits médiévaux
  The digitized version of the journal Scriptorium and the Bulletin codicologique makes it possible to illustrate the mediaeval European written culture on the World Wide Web through: - a cumulative index, sorted by date and preservation institute, of the manuscripts kept in the whole world and described in Scriptorium since 1946, which will represent in the long run a total of 200,000 manuscripts shelf-marks; - an exhaustive list of the papers published in the journal since 1946; - a catalographic index of works reviewed in the Buletin codicologique since 2000.
  This site exists in  FR EN
Service des Langues Régionales Endogènes (Regional Endogen Languages Department)
  This department's task is to follow the work of the Regional Endogen Languages Council, notably at a technical and/or scientific level. It also manages the support for publishing journals and monographs on regional languages. The department depends on the French Community.
  This site exists in  FR

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