Bibliografie

Faesen R. Begijnen en het ontstaan van de literatuur in de volkstaal: De raadselachtige Hadewijch. In: De Preter A, Gielis M, Lamberigts M, editors. Gelovige en verstandige vrouwen maken geschiedenis. Over begijnen en begijnhoven in context. Antwerpen: Halewijn; 2019. p. 57-73.
Faesen R. Hervormer van het kloosterleven in Frankrijk. In: Dlabačová A, Hofman R, editors. De Moderne Devotie. Spiritualiteit en cultuur vanaf de late Middeleeuwen. Zwolle: Wbooks; 2018. p. 178-9.
Arblaster J. The Eulogy of John of Ruusbroec by Jan van Leeuwen. In: Arblaster J, Faesen R, editors. A Companion to John of Ruusbroec. Vol 51. Leiden-Boston: Brill; 2014. p. 389-92. (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition; vol 51).
Schepers K. Ruusbroec in Latin: Impulses and Impediments. In: Arblaster J, Faesen R, editors. A Companion to John of Ruusbroec. Vol 51. Leiden-Boston: Brill; 2014. p. 237-85. (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition; vol 51).
Noë H. Ruusbroec the Author. In: Arblaster J, Faesen R, editors. A Companion to John of Ruusbroec. Vol 51. Leiden-Boston: Brill; 2014. p. 100-29. (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition; vol 51).
Faesen R. “We Were Perplexed by What he Wrote”. The Carthusians and a Crucial Moment in the Development of Mystical Literature in the Low Countries. In: Pansters K, editor. The Carthusians in the Low Countries. Studies in Monastic History and Heritage. Vol 4. Leuven: Peeters; 2014. p. 217-32. (Studia Cartusiana; vol 4).
Uyttenhove L. Ruusbroec as a Theologian: The Holy Spirit. In: Arblaster J, Faesen R, editors. A Companion to John of Ruusbroec. Vol 51. Leiden-Boston: Brill; 2014. p. 179-203. (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition; vol 51).
Arblaster J, Faesen R. Mysticism in the Low Countries Before Ruusbroec. In: Arblaster J, Faesen R, editors. A Companion to John of Ruusbroec. Vol 51. Leiden-Boston: Brill; 2014. p. 5-46. (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition; vol 51).
McGinn B. Essential Themes in Ruusbroec’s Mysticism. In: Arblaster J, Faesen R, editors. A Companion to John of Ruusbroec. Vol 51. Leiden-Boston: Brill; 2014. p. 130-78. (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition; vol 51).