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Katell Lavéant and Malcolm Walsby

manuscript at the beginning of the sixteenth century, at least in French, in the Burgundian territories. 6 Although similar cases have been studied in other contexts, there is still much to say about this poetic production on the news in the Southern Low Countries. 7 Analysing the books in which they were


Ralph Dekoninck, Maarten Delbeke, Annick Delfosse and and Koen Vermeir

four authors. The project aims to understand how, over the course of the seventeenth century, “spectacle” was an occasion for, and agent of, artistic, religious, and scientific exchange between Italy and the Southern Low Countries. See Ralph Dekoninck et al., “Mise en image du spectacle et

Sarah Joan Moran

the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Southern Low Countries, considering how girls and women would have been prepared for Beguinage leadership through education and experience, and how the ambitious among them could have viewed it as a potential career path. figure 2 Anon ., Portrait of Ferdinadine

Steven Vanderputten

Hagiography and the literalization process. In search of signi fi cant changes in the transmission of texts in manuscripts from the Southern Low Countries (tenth to early thirteenth centuries) In spite of the growing use of non-written sources, historical research into medieval society for the greater part


Kelly DeVries

Céline Drèze

contribution is situated within these ongoing studies and sets forth an initial synthesis of the musical practices of the Marian sodalities established in the territory of the southern Low Countries and the principality of Liège, a territory enclosed initially within the “Provincia Germanica Inferior ” (or