Bibliografie

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Book Chapter
Deploige, J. (2005). Anonymat et paternité littéraire dans l'hagiographie des Pays- Bas méridionaux (ca. 920 - ca. 1320): autour du discours sur l'"original" et la "copie" hagiographique au Moyen Âge. In E. Renard, Trigalet, M., Hermand, X., & Bertrand, P. (Red.), 'Scribere sanctorum gesta'. Recueil d’études d’hagiographie médiévale offert à Guy Philippart (Vol. 3, pp. 77-107). Turnhout: Brepols.
Milis, L. J. R., & Voordeckers, E.. (2005). The Byzantine Cross of Eine. In J. Deploige, De Reu, M., Simons, W., & Vanderputten, S. (Red.), Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries. Selected Essays (pp. 291-326). Turnhout: Brepols.
Milis, L. J. R. (2005). The Church in the Low Countries between Gregorian Reform and Avignon. In J. Deploige, De Reu, M., Simons, W., & Vanderputten, S. (Red.), Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries. Selected Essays (pp. 81-152). Turnhout: Brepols.
Milis, L. J. R. (2005). Conversion: A Never-Ending Process II - Hermits & Canons. In J. Deploige, De Reu, M., Simons, W., & Vanderputten, S. (Red.), Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries. Selected Essays (pp. 153-168). Turnhout: Brepols.
Milis, L. J. R. (2005). The Conversion of the Low Countries and Church Institutions until c. 1070 . In J. Deploige, De Reu, M., Simons, W., & Vanderputten, S. (Red.), Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries. Selected Essays (pp. 53-80). Turnhout: Brepols.
Deploige, J., & Vanommeslaeghe, H.. (2011). De wereld van Lambertus. Over de betekenis van Sint-Omaars tot in de vroege twaalfde eeuw. In K. De Coene, De Reu, M., & De Maeyer, P. (Red.), Liber Floridus. 1121. De wereld in een boek (pp. 35-55). Tielt: Lannoo.
Milis, L. J. R. (2005). Dispute and Settlement in Medieval Cenobitical Rules. In J. Deploige, De Reu, M., Simons, W., & Vanderputten, S. (Red.), Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries. Selected Essays (pp. 271-290). Turnhout: Brepols.
Milis, L. J. R. (2005). Hermits and Regular Canons in the Twelfth Century. In J. Deploige, De Reu, M., Simons, W., & Vanderputten, S. (Red.), Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries. Selected Essays (pp. 181-248). Turnhout: Brepols.
Deploige, J. (2013). How Gendered was Clairvoyance in the Thirteenth Century? The Case of Simon of Aulne. In T. de Hemptinne, Fraeters, V., & Gongora, M. E. (Red.), Speaking to the Eye. Sight and Insight through Text and Image (1150-1650) (Vol. 2, pp. 95-128). Turnhout: Brepols.
Deploige, J. (2018). Omgang met emoties. In A. Dlabačová & Hofman, R. (Red.), De Moderne Devotie. Spiritualiteit en cultuur vanaf de late Middeleeuwen (pp. 140-141). Zwolle: Wbooks.
Milis, L. J. R. (2005). The Regular Canons and Some Socio-Religious Aspects about the Year 1100. In J. Deploige, De Reu, M., Simons, W., & Vanderputten, S. (Red.), Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries. Selected Essays (pp. 169-180). Turnhout: Brepols.
Deploige, J. (1999). Social profiles and religious interiorization in the hagiographic production of the Southern Low Countries, 1000-1300. In M. Derwich & Dmitriev, M. V. (Red.), Fonctions sociales et politiques du culte des saints dans les sociétés de rite grec et latin au Moyen Âge et à l'époque moderne. Approche comparative (pp. 53-60). Wroclaw: Institut Historyczny Uniwersytetu Wroclawskiego.
Paul, N. L. (2020). Writing the Knight, Staging the Crusader: Manasses of Hierges and the Monks of Brogne. In D. Crouch & Deploige, J. (Red.), Knighthood and Society in the High Middle Ages (Vol. 48, pp. 167-191). Leuven: Leuven University Press.
Journal Article
Deploige, J., & Fraeters, V.. (2018). 750 Years On. Beatrice of Nazareth Revisited. Ons Geestelijk Erf, 89(3-4), 211-224.
Deploige, J. (2007). Twisten via heiligen. Hagiografische dialogen tussen de Gentse abdijen Sint-Pieters en Sint-Baafs, 941-1079. Handelingen der Maatschappij voor Geschiedenis en Oudheidkunde te Gent, 61, 31-82.