The Ruusbroec Institute Online Sources are a platform for unpublished research output (text editions, bibliographies, etcetera) and additions to publications by members of the Ruusbroec Institute. Work on this platform is in progress.
Ruusbroec: Sources, Parallel Passages, Index of Sources (2014) (pdf - 1 Mb)
Text by prof. em. dr. Guido de Baere s.j.
Repertorium of Middle Dutch sermons in manuscripts from before 1550. vols 1-7. Leuven: Peeters, 2003 and 2008.
Addenda and errata - version 2010B (pdf - 0.1 Mb).
Text (in Dutch) by dr. Daniël Ermens.
3 December 2010: Word of thanks (pdf - 0,1 Mb, in Dutch) by Guido de Baere when he was given the liber amicoris De letter levend maken (Kees Schepers and Frans Hendrickx, reds), Leuven: Peeters, 2010.
The indices of approbations in early printed books from the Low Countries have been created by Theo Clemens and result from his own research.
Version: 7 August 2006 (in Dutch)
These indices have been used as documentation in Hilde Noë's research project In een verwonderen van al deser rijcheit. Het beeldgebruik in Jan van Ruusbroecs Dat rijcke der ghelieven, Leuven: Peeters, 2001 (Antwerpse Studies over Nederlandse Literatuurgeschiedenis, 7), 326 pages.
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Hadewijch's Liederen (Songs) online.
Jan van Ruusbroec's works can now be searched via the Ruusbroec Concordance.