Bibliografie

Lamberigts M. 342. Van bekende bisschoppen en hun onbekende gelovigen. In: Beyen M, Boone M, De Wever B, Huet L, Meijns BLI, Reynebeau M et al., editors. Wereldgeschiedenis van Vlaanderen. Antwerpen: Polis; 2018. p. 36-42.
Meijns BL. Between the Empire and the Reform Papacy: The Abbey of St Hubert and the Impact of its Papal Bull (1074) on Ecclesiastical Tradition and Monastic Identity in the Diocese of Liège. In: Vanderputten S, Snijders T, Diehl J, editors. Medieval Liège at the Crossroads of Europe. Monastic Society and Culture, 1000-1300 . Vol 37. Turnhout: Brepols; 2017. p. 219-50. (Medieval Church Studies; vol 37). Abstract
Lisson J. The Dark Side of Remembrance: How Medieval Chroniclers Demonized Bishop Adalbero of Laon (977-1033). In: Boodts S, Leemans J, Meijns BLI, editors. Shaping Authority. How Did a Person Become an Authority in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance? Vol 4. Turnhout: Brepols; 2016. p. 281-324. (Lectio; vol 4).
Meijns BL. Clerus en kloosterlingen. In: Lambert V, Stabel P, editors. Gouden tijden. Rijkdom en Status in de Middeleeuwen in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden. Tielt: Lannoo; 2016. p. 319-63.
Vandemeulebroucke E, Desplenter Y. How Jan van Leeuwen († 1378) Was Made an Author. Opera Omnia and Authority. In: Boodts S, Leemans J, Meijns BLI, editors. Shaping Authority. How Did a Person Become an Authority in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance? Vol 4. Turnhout: Brepols; 2016. p. 363-87. (Lectio; vol 4).
Signori G, Dlabačová A, Abram M. Between Norms and Books. Constructing Authority in the Fifteenth Century. In: Boodts S, Leemans J, Meijns BLI, editors. Shaping Authority. How Did a Person Become an Authority in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance? Vol 4. Turnhout: Brepols; 2016. p. 389-438. (Lectio; vol 4).