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Mertens, T., & van der Ploeg D. (2020).  Individuality and Scripted Role in Devout Song and Prayer. (Hofman, Rijcklof, Caspers, Charles M.A., Nissen, Peter, Dijk, Mathilde van, Oosterman, Johan B., Ed.).Inwardness, Individualization, and Religious Agency in the Late Medieval Low Countries. Studies in The 'Devotio Moderna' and its Contexts. 43, 159-179.
Hofman, R. (2020).  Individualization’ and ‘Personalization’ in Late Medieval Thought. (Hofman, Rijcklof, Caspers, Charles M.A., Nissen, Peter, Dijk, Mathilde van, Oosterman, Johan B., Ed.).Inwardness, Individualization, and Religious Agency in the Late Medieval Low Countries. Studies in The ‘Devotio Moderna’ and its Contexts. 43, 35-50.
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.
Carnier, M., & Meijns B. L. I. (2020).  Introduction. (Carnier, Marc, Meijns, Brigitte L.I., Ed.).De canonicis qui seculares dicuntur. Treize siècles de chapitres séculiers dans les anciens Pays-Bas. Thirteen Centuries of Chapters of Secular Canons in the Low Countries. 105, 203.
van Dijk, M. (2020).  Inventing Secular Devotion: Dirc of Herxen and Dionysius the Carthusian on the Life of Married People. (Rubin, Miri, Ed.).Modus Vivendi: Religious Reform and the Laity in Late Medieval Europe. 19, 71-87.
Hofman, R. (2020).  Inwardness and Individualization in the Late Medieval Low Countries: An Introduction. (Hofman, Rijcklof, Caspers, Charles M.A., Nissen, Peter, Dijk, Mathilde van, Oosterman, Johan B., Ed.).Inwardness, Individualization, and Religious Agency in the Late Medieval Low Countries. Studies in The 'Devotio Moderna' and its Contexts. 43, 1-34.
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.
Blary, F. (2020).  La question des clos symboliques et fortifiés des établissements cisterciens (XIIIe-XVe s.). Bulletin du centre d’études médiévales d’Auxerre. Hors-série 12, online.
Heemels, M. (2020).  Laatste relicten van een rijke begraafcultuur. De grafzerken in de Munsterkerk anno 2020. (Bruggen, Hein van der, Caris, Erik, Wolters, Luk, Ed.).De Munsterabdij van Roermond. Een ontdekkingstocht door achthonderd jaar geschiedenis van een vrouwenklooster. 238-251.
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.
Oger, C. (2020).  Les bibliothèques des anciennes congrégations religieuses à l’origine des fonds patrimoniaux des bibliothèques de l’Université de Liège. (Pierre-Yves Kairis, Ed.).Nouveaux regards sur les saisies patrimoniales en Europe à l'époque de la Révolution française. 193-208.
Maillard-Luypaert, M. (2020).  Les chapitres séculiers dans le diocèse de Cambrai (800-1560). (Carnier, Marc, Meijns, Brigitte L.I., Ed.).De canonicis qui seculares dicuntur. Treize siècles de chapitres séculiers dans les anciens Pays-Bas. Thirteen Centuries of Chapters of Secular Canons in the Low Countries. 105, 61-70.