Bibliografie

Diehl J. Masters and Schools at St Laurent: Rupert of Deutz and the Scholastic Culture of a Liégeois Monastery. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 151-82. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
van Engen J. The Religious Women of Liège at the Turn of the Thirteenth Century. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 339-70. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
Vanommeslaeghe H. Wandering Abbots: Abbatial Mobility and stabilitas loci in Eleventh-Century Lotharingia and Flanders. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 1-27. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
Diehl J. Masters and Schools at St Laurent: Rupert of Deutz and the Scholastic Culture of a Liégeois Monastery. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 151-82. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
Moens S. The mulieres religiosae, Daughters of Hildegard of Bingen? Interfaces between a Benedictine Visionary, the Cistercians of Villers, and the Spiritual Women of Liège. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300 . Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 301-38. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
Reilly D. Reims, Liège, and Institutional Reform in the Central Middle Ages: Flavius Josephus as a Father of the Church. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 109-50. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
Margue M. Identités monastiques dans un monde bouleversé: Représentations identitaires dans la Chronique de Saint-Hubert, dite Cantatorium (diocèse de Liège, début XIIe s.). In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 251-99. (Medieval Church Studies ; vol 37). Abstract
Snijders T. Near Neighbours, Distant Brothers: The Inter-Monastic Networks of Benedictine Houses in the Southern Low Countries (900-1200). In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 69-108. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
Meijns BL. Between the Empire and the Reform Papacy: The Abbey of St Hubert and the Impact of its Papal Bull (1074) on Ecclesiastical Tradition and Monastic Identity in the Diocese of Liège. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300 . Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 219-50. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
Krönert K. Between Identity, History, and Rivalry: Hagiographic Legends in Trier, Cologne, and Liège. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300. Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 49-68. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract