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Muschiol, G. (2020).  Gender and monastic liturgy in the Latin West (high and late Middle Ages). (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.)..), The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 43, 803-815.
Koopstra, A. (2020).  Goossen Van der Weyden and his Workshop. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Crazy about Dymphna. The Story of a Girl who Drove a Medieval City Mad. 250-261. Abstract
Borchert, T. - H. (2020).  Goossen Van der Weyden and the Flemish Primitives. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Crazy about Dymphna. The Story of a Girl who Drove a Medieval City Mad. 132-152. Abstract
Van Dorst, S. (2020).  Goossen Van der Weyden en zijn werkplaats. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Zot van Dimpna. Acht panelen vol passie, lef en rebellie. 250-261. Abstract
Jasper, K. L., & Howe J. (2020).  Hermitism in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.)..), The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 36, 684-696.
van Engen, J. (2020).  Historiographical approaches to monasticism in long twelfth century. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages Century. 649-666.
Melville, G. (2020).  The institutionalization of religious orders (12th–13th c.). (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 783-802.
Rosé, I. (2020).  Interactions between Monks and the lay nobility (from the Carolingian Era through the eleventh century). (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.)..), The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. I. Origins to the Eleventh Century. 579-598.
Timmermans, L. (2020).  Kleding en gebruiksobjecten als attributen op het Dimpnaaltaarstuk. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Zot van Dimpna. Acht panelen vol passie, lef en rebellie. 362-374.
Lusset, E., & Roest B. (2020).  Late medieval monasticism: historiography and prospects. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 923-940.
Berman, C. A. (2020).  Later monastic economies. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 831-847.
Cassidy-Welch, M. (2020).  Lay brothers and sisters in the high and late Middle Ages. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 1027-1038.
Van Dorst, S. (2020).  A Look behind the Scenes: The creation of the Dymphna altarpiece. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Crazy about Dymphna. The Story of a Girl who Drove a Medieval City Mad. 220-247.
Griffiths, F. (2020).  The mass in monastic practice: Nuns and Ordained Monks, c. 400-1200. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 729-746.
Brenner, E. (2020).  The medical role of monasteries in the Latin West, c. 1050-1300. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 865-881.
Raaijmakers, J. (2020).  Missions on the Northern and Eastern frontiers, c. 700-1100. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. I. Origins to the Eleventh Century. 485-501.
Cohen, A. (2020).  Monastic art and architecture, c. 700-1100: material and immaterial worlds. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. I. Origins to the Eleventh Century. 519-541.
Rolker, C. (2020).  Monastic canon law in the tenth, eleventh and twelfth centuries. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. I. Origins to the Eleventh Century. 618-630O.
Cochelin, I. (2020).  Monastic daily life (c. 750–1100): a tight community shielded by an outer court. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. I. Origins to the Eleventh Century. 542-560.
Devroey, J. - P. (2020).  Monastic economics in the Carolingian Age. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. I. Origins to the Eleventh Century. 466-484.
Röckelein, H. (2020).  Monastic landscapes. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 816-830.
Boynton, S. (2020).  Monastic liturgy, 1100–1500: continuity and performance. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 958-975.
Baker, T. M., & Kienzle B. (2020).  Monastic preaching and the sermon in medieval Latin Christendom to the twelfth century. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 710-728.
Clark, J., & Bush K. E. (2020).  Monastic preaching, c. 1350-1545. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 1125-1139.