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Christoph Fasbender
Von der Wiederkehr der Seelen Verstorbener: Untersuchungen zu Überlieferung und Rezeption eines Erfolgstextes Jakobs von Paradies. Mit einem Abdruck des Autographs, Heidelberg, 2001, 384 p. (= Jenaer germanistische Forschungen. Neue Folge, 12)
[Fasbender 2001]
Ingrid Falque
Les manuscrits de la bibliothèque de la chartreuse d’Utrecht au XVe siècle. Mystique, affect et images, in: Marieke Ambram, Susanne Bernhardt, Gilbert Fournier & Balázs J. Nemes (eds.), Mystik unterwegs. Theologia mystica und revelationes in kartäusischen Händen, Leuven, 2022, 245-286, 7 ill. (= Miscellanea Neerlandica, 49 / Studia Cartusiana, 7)  
[Falque 2022]
Ingrid Falque
In the secrecy of the cell: Late Medieval Carthusian devotional imagery and meditative practices in the Low Countries, in: Ralph Dekoninck, Agnès Guiderdoni & Walter Melion (eds.), Quid est secretum? Visual representation of secrets in Early Modern Europe 1500–1700, Leiden, 2020, 13–36, ill. (= Intersections, 65:2)
[Falque 2020]
Ingrid Falque
The Exeter Madonna by Petrus Christus. Devotional portrait and spiritual ascent in early Netherlandish painting, in: Ons geestelijk erf, 86 (2015), 219-249, 8 ill.
[Falque 2015] PDF-pictogram Falque_The Exeter Madonna by Petrus Christus.pdf (729.72 KB)
Cecilia Falchini
La mort de Bruno et son retentissment, d'après le rouleau funèbre, in: Alain Girard, Daniel Le Blevec & Nathalie Nabert (eds.), Saint Bruno et sa postérité spirituelle. Actes du Colloque international des 8 et 9 octobre 2001 à l'Institut catholique de Paris, Salzburg, 2003, 97-102 (= Analecta Cartusiana, 189)
[Falchini 2003]
Rob Faesen
Ruusbroec at the charterhouse of Herne. How did the Carthusians react to the Eckhart shock?, in: Stephen J. Molvarec & Tom Gaens (eds.), A fish out of water? From contemplative solitude to Carthusian involvement in pastoral care and reform activity. Proceedings of the Symposium Ordo pre ceteris commendatus held in Zelem, Belgium, Septermber 2008, Leuven, 2013, 107-125 (= Miscellanea Neerlandica, 41 / Studia Cartusiana, 2)
[Faesen 2013]
Rob Faesen
We were perplexed by what he wrote: The Carthusians and a crucial moment in the development of mystical literature in the Low Countries, in: Krijn Pansters (ed.), The Carthusians in the Low Countries. Studies in monastic history and heritage, Leuven, 2014, 217-232 (= Miscellanea Neerlandica, 43 / Studia Cartusiana, 4)
[Faesen 2014]

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