Skip to ContentSkip to Navigation
ResearchThe Groningen Research Institute for the Study of Culture (ICOG)ResearchOnderzoeksprojectenCities of Readers: Religious Literacies in the Long Fifteenth Century

Publications

Sabrina Corbellini, Margriet Hoogvliet & Bart Ramakers (eds.)

  • Discovering the Riches of the Word: Religious Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Leiden: Brill, 2015).

Sabrina Corbellini

  • “Uncovering the Presence: Religious Literacies in Late Medieval Italy”, in: Sabrina Corbellini, Margriet Hoogvliet & Bart Ramakers (eds.), Discovering the Riches of the Word: Religious Reading in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Leiden: Brill, 2015), 68-87.
  • Corbellini, S., G. Murano &G. Signore, Late Medieval Personal Miscellanies (Turnhout, planned for March 2017).
  • Corbellini, S., ‘Sitting Between Two Sisters: Reading Holy Writ in a Community of Tertiaries in Sint-Agnes, Amersfoort’, in V. O’ Mara, V. Blanton & P. Stoop (eds.), Nuns’ Literacy in Medieval Europe. The Antwerp Dialogue (Turnhout 2017), in print.
  • Corbellini, S., ‘Donne e Bibbia nell’ Italia tardomedievale: letture e lettere’, in E. Boillet (ed), Femmes et Bible (Paris 2017), in print.
  • Corbellini, S., ‘Creating a Domestic Sacred Space. Religious Reading in Late Medieval Italy’, in M. Faini, A. Meneghin & M. Corry (eds.), Domestic Devotions in Early Modern Italy (Leiden 2017), under review.

Bart Ramakers

  • “Books, Beads and Bitterness: Making Sense of Gifts in two Table Plays by Cornelis Everaert”, in: Sabrina Corbellini, Margriet hoogvliet & Bart Ramakers (eds.), Discovering the Riches of the Word: Religious Reading in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Leiden: Brill, 2015), 141-170.
  • “Discerning Vision: Cognitive Strategies in Cornelis Everaert’s Mary Compared to the Light (ca. 1511)”, in: Walter S. Melion & Lee Palmer Wandel (eds.), Image and Incarnation: The Early Modern Doctrine of the Pictorial Imag e (Leiden: Brill, 2015), 264-312.
  • Walter S. Melion & Bart Ramakers (eds.), Personification: Embodying Meaning and Emotion, Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2016 (Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture; vol. 41).
  • Walter S. Melion & Bart Ramakers, 'Personification: An Introduction', in: Walter S. Melion & Bart Ramakers (eds.), Personification: Embodying Meaning and Emotion, Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2016, 1-40 (Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture; vol. 41).
  • Bart Ramakers, 'Dirty from Behind, Pearly in Front: Lady World in Rhetoricians' Drama', in: Walter S. Melion & Bart Ramakers (eds.), Personification: Embodying Meaning and Emotion, Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2016, 284-336 (Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture; vol. 41).

Margriet Hoogvliet

  • “Middle Dutch Religious Reading Cultures in Late Medieval France”, in: Samuel Mareel & Dirk Schoenaers (eds.), Literature and Multilingualism in the Low Countries (1100-1600), special issue Queeste 22/1 (2015), 29-46.
  • “Religious Reading in French and Middle Dutch in the Southern Low Countries and Northern France (ca. 1400-ca. 1520)”, in: Nicola Morato & Dirk Schoenaers (eds.), Medieval Francophone Literary Culture Outside France (Turnhout: Brepols, forthcoming).
  • “‘Car Dieu veult estre serui de tous estaz’: Encouraging and Instructing Laypeople in French from the Late Middle Ages to the Early Sixteenth Century”, in: Sabrina Corbellini, Margriet Hoogvliet & Bart Ramakers (eds.), Discovering the Riches of the Word: Religious Reading in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Leiden: Brill, 2015), 111-140.
  • “Une archéologie de la lecture : interventions des scribes et traces des lecteurs dans les manuscrits de la Bible en français (XIVe-XVe siècles)”, in: Chiara Ruzzier & Xavier Hermand (eds.), Comment le Livre s'est fait livre. La fabrication des manuscrits bibliques (IVe-XVe siècle): Bilan, résultats, perspectives de recherche (Turnhout: Brepols, 2015), 207-229 (peer reviewed).
  • “Nicole de Bretaigne and a collection of religious texts in French: Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, MS 5366 (15th century)”, Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Studies 5/2 (in print 2016).
    “ ‘Mez puy que je le enten, je suy conten’: French-Middle Dutch Bilingualism in the Towns of the southern Low Countries and Northern France (c. 1400-c. 1550)”, Maria Selig, Susanne Ehrich, eds., Mittelalterliche Stadtsprachen, Regensburg: Schnell & Steiner, 2016 (in print), pp. 43-59.
  • “« Une petite instruction pour femme séculière » : lectures religieuses des femmes et bibliothèques à la fin du Moyen Âge et au 16e siècle”, Revue de la Bibliothèque Nationale Universitaire (Strasbourg) 14 (2016, in print), pp. 34-41.
  • Review of Die Welt Im Übergang: der diskursive, subjektive und skeptische Charakter der Mappamondo des Fra Mauro (Heidelberg, 2014) by Nikolaus Egel, Speculum 91/2 (2016), p. 489-490.
  • Review of Literatuur en observantie. De Spieghel der volcomenheit van Hendrik Herp en de dynamiek van laatmiddeleeuwse tekstverspreiding (Hilversum, 2014) by Anna Dlabańćová, Nederlandse Letterkunde, 21/1 (2016), pp. 89-91.

Johanneke Uphoff

  • “Instruction and Construction: Sermons and the Formation of a Clarissan Identity in Nuremberg”, in: Bert Roest & Johanneke Uphoff (eds.), Religious Orders and Religious Identity Formation, ca. 1420-1620 (Leiden: Brill, 2016), 48-68.
  • Bert Roest & Johanneke Uphoff (eds.), Religious Orders and Religious Identity Formation, ca. 1420-1620 (Leiden: Brill, 2016).
Last modified:07 March 2017 2.12 p.m.