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2020
More, A., & Mulder-Bakker A. B. (2020).  Striving for religious perfection in the lay world of Northern Europe. (Beach, Alison, Cochelin, Isabelle, Ed.).The Cambridge History of Medieval Monasticism in the Latin West. II. The High and Late Middle Ages. 1057-1073.
Toomaspoeg, K. (2020).  Templars, Hospitallers, and Teutonic Knights. (Pansters, Krijn, Ed.).A Companion to Medieval Rules and Customaries. 93, 225-252.
Cordez, P. (2020).  Treasure, Memory, Nature: Church Objects in the Middle Ages. Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History.
Jeschke, T. (2020).  Unum antiquum problema: Denys the Carthusian and John Capreolus on the Question Whether the Soul’s Essence Is Distinct from Its Potencies. A Late-Medieval Starting Point. (Brinzei, Monica, Schabel, Christopher D., Ed.).Philosophical Psychology in Late-Medieval Commentaries on Peter Lombard’s Sentences. Acts of the XIVth Annual Colloquium of the Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale, Radboud Universiteit, 28-30 October 2009. 21, 155-195.
Schalley, N. (2020).  Van sinte digne der h. maghet. De cultus van de heilige Dimpna in beeld en gebed. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Zot van Dimpna. Acht panelen vol passie, lef en rebellie. 282-294.
Schalley, N. (2020).  Van sinte digne der h. maghet. The Cult of Saint Dymphna in Image and Prayer. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Crazy about Dymphna. The Story of a Girl who Drove a Medieval City Mad. 282-294.
Van Dorst, S., & Weissenborn H. (2020).  The Vanished Triptych: The Dymphna altarpiece digitally reconstructed. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Crazy about Dymphna. The Story of a Girl who Drove a Medieval City Mad. 24-34. Abstract
Lefevere, J. (2020).  The Whole World under the Spell of Dymphna. (Van Dorst, Sven, Ed.).Crazy about Dymphna. The Story of a Girl who Drove a Medieval City Mad. 300-306.
Simons, W. (2020).  Worlds Apart? Beguine Communities of Nivelles and the Abbey of St Gertrude, from Marie d’Oignies (d. 1213) to the Liber ordinarius (c. 1300). (Hamburger, Jeffrey F., Schlotheuber, Eva, Ed.).The Liber ordinarius of Nivelles (Houghton Library, MSLat 422). Liturgy as Interdisciplinary Intersection. 111, 97-131.
Nissen, P. (2020).  ‘Allene met minnen’. De spiritualiteit van de cisterciënzerinnen in de dertiende eeuw. (Bruggen, Hein van der, Caris, Erik, Wolters, Luk, Ed.).De Munsterabdij van Roermond. Een ontdekkingstocht door achthonderd jaar geschiedenis van een vrouwenklooster. 304-321.
Palmer, N. F. (2020).  ‘Antiseusiana’: Vita Christi and Passion Meditation before the Devotio Moderna. (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, 87-119.
Callewier, H. (2020).  “Ubi plura sunt capita, ibi sunt diverse opiniones”: des tensions au chapitre de Saint-Donatien à Bruges (XVe siècle). (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, 97-105.
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