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Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2018a. Howling wolves and other beasts: Animals and monstrosity in the Middle Ages. In: Animals, animality, and literature, 43–56. doi:10.1017/9781108595278.003,
---. 2018b. Beastly devices: Early printers’ marks and their medieval origins. In: Typographorum emblemata: The printer’s mark in the context of early modern culture, 51–77.


von Contzen, Eva und Luuk A. J. R. Houwen, Hrsg. 2016. Writing identity in medieval and early modern Scotland. Medievalia et humanistica. Bd. N.S.,41. Lanham [u.a.]: Rowman & Littlefield.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2015. Burns, E. Jane; McCracken, Peggy (Eds.): From beasts to souls: gender and embodiment in Medieval Europe. In: Studies in medieval and Renaissance culture, 151–158.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2014. Pahta, Päivi; Jucker, Andreas H., eds., Communicating Early English Manuscripts. (Studies in English Language.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Speculum 89, Nr. 2: 529–531. doi:10.1017/S0038713414000323,


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2013a. Leonie Franz: Wahre Wunder. Tiere als Funktions- und Bedeutungsträger in mittelalterlichen Gründungslegenden. Arbitrium 31, Nr. 3: 292–294. doi:10.1515/arb-2013-0110,
---. 2013b. Liturgical and sacramental imagery in the disputation between a Christian and a Jew. In: In honor of Paul Maurice Clogan, 47–62.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2012a. Cacophonous catalogues: The Complaynt of Scotland and the „Monologue Recreative“. Journal of the Northern Renaissance 4.
---. 2012b. The sedentary swallow in Henryson’s The Preaching of the Swallow: natural history, genre problems and the battle between the body and the soul. In: Literature and religion in late medieval and early modern Scotland: essays in honour of Alasdair A. MacDonald, 35–52.
MacDonald, Alasdair A. 2012. Literature and religion in late medieval and early modern Scotland: essays in honour of Alasdair A. MacDonald. Hg. von Luuk A. J. R. Houwen. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. N.S., 18. Leuven: Peeters.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2011a. Taguchi, Mayumi: The historye of the patriarks. Heidelberg, 2010. Bulletin Codicologique: 53–54.
---. 2011b. Bestiaries in wood?: Misericords, animal imagery and the bestiary tradition. In: The playful Middle Ages: essays in memory of Elaine Block, 199–235.
---. 2011c. Gameson, Richard: The earliest books of Canterbury cathedral : manuscripts and fragments to c. 1200. London, 2008. Bulletin Codicologique: 18–19.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2010a. Enenkel, Karl Alfred Engelbert: Early modern zoology : the construction of animals in science, literature and the visual arts. Neulateinisches Jahrbuch 12: 399–410.
---. 2010b. The Beast within: the animal-man dichotomy in the „Consolation of Philosophy“. In: Boethius Christianus?: Transformationen der „Consolatio Philosophiae“ in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit, 247–260. doi:10.1515/9783110214161.247,
---. 2010c. Conolly, Margaret: The Index of Middle English Prose : handlist XIX ; manuscripts in the University Library, Cambridge (Dd-Oo). Bulletin Codicologique 64, Nr. 2: 374.
---. 2010d. Mann, Jill : ’From Aesop to Reynard: beast literature in medieval England". The Medieval Review.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2009a. Machan, Tim William: Chaucer’s Boece: A Critical Edition Based on Cambridge University Library. Anglia 127, Nr. 2: 334–336. doi:10.1515/angl.2009.040,
---. 2009b. Nichols, Ann Eljenholm (ed.): ’An index of images in english manuscripts from the time of Chaucer to Henry VIII, c. 1380-c. 1509. Bulletin Codicologique: 179–180.
---. 2009c. Meier, Nicole (Ed.): The Poems of Walter Kennedy. Anglia 127, Nr. 3: 528–532. doi:10.1515/angl.2009.076,
---. 2009d. Keller, Wolfram R.: „Selves and nations: the troy story from Sicily to England in the middle ages“. Journal for the study of British cultures 16, Nr. 2: 186–190.
---. 2009e. Bestiaries in wood?: misericords, animal imagery and the bestiary tradition. Ikon 2: 203–216. doi:10.1484/J.IKON.3.43,


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2008a. Alan Chartier - the porteous of noblenes. In: The Chepman and Myllar prints: digitised facsimiles with introduction, headnotes, and transcription.
---. 2008b. Machan, Tim William; Minnis, Alastair J.: Sources of the Boece. Anglia 126, Nr. 2: 417–420.
---. 2008c. Driver, Martha W.; Orr, Michael T.; Scott, Kathleen L. (Eds.): An index of images in English manuscripts from the time of Chaucer to Henry VIII, c.1380-c.1509. Bulletin Codicologique 475, Nr. 2: 177–178.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2007a. Enenkel, K. A. E.; Smith, P.J.(Eds.): Early Modern Zoology: The Construction of Animals in Science, Literature and the Visual Arts. 2 Vols. Intersections: Yearbook for Early Modern Studies, Leiden: Brill, 2007. Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 42.
---. 2007b. Desmond, Marilynn: Ovid’s art and the wife of Bath. Bulletin Codicologique 425: 180–181.
---. 2007c. Kohnen, Thomas: Text, Textsorte, Sprachgeschichte. Anglia 125, Nr. 1: 127–130.
---. 2007d. Kubouchi, Tadao et al. (Eds.): The ancrene wisse. Anglia 125: 136.
---. 2007e. „From dumb beasts learn wisdom and knowledge“: animal symbolism in the ancrene wisse. Das Mittelalter 12: 97–118.
---. 2007f. Horner, Patrick J. : A Macaronic sermon collection from late medieval England. Bulletin Codicologique, Nr. 2: 231–232.
---. 2007g. Minnis, Alastair; Johnson, Ian (Eds.): The Cambridge history of literary criticism. Anglia 125: 127–130.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2006a. Watson, Andrew G.: Medieval manuscripts in post-medieval England. Bulletin Codicologique 648: 267–268.
---. 2006b. Irvine, Susan (Ed.): The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. Bulletin Codicologique 352: 139.
---. 2006c. „Every picture tells a story“: the importance of images in the wider dissemination and reception of texts. In: Language and text: current perspectives on English and Germanic historical linguistics and philology, 99–113.
---. 2006d. Bredehoft, Thomas A.: Early English metre. Mediaevistik 20: 265–269.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2005. Putting old and middle English studies back on the map: possible approaches and strategies. In: Englische Sprachwissenschaft und Mediävistik: Standpunkte - Perspektiven - neue Wege; proceedings of the conference in Bamberg, May 21 - 22, 2004, 53–64.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2004a. „Creature, heal thyself“: animal physicians, instinct and the „Hortus Sanitatis“. In: Imagination und Sexualität: Pathologien der Einbildungskraft im medizinischen Diskurs der frühen Neuzeit, 17–35.
---. 2004b. The noble lyfe: an early English version of the „Hortus Sanitatis“. In: Schooling and society: the ordering and reordering of knowledge in the western Middle Ages ; [selection of papers presented at the International Conference Knowledge and Learning held in Groningen in November 2001], 61–71.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2003a. Salter, David: Holy and noble Beasts: encounters with animals in medieval literature. Notes and queries for readers and writers, collectors and librarians 50: 224–225.
---. 2003b. Reynolds, Anna; Bolton Holloway, Julia (Eds.): Julian of Norwich, „Showing of Love“. Bulletin Codicologique 175: 83–84.
---. 2003c. World wide access to the aources. 15. Juli, Leeds.
---. 2003d. Bestiaries and mirabilia: the case of the English and the Dutch Hortus Sanitatis. 19. August, Louvain-la-Neuve.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2002a. Orton, Peter: The transmission of old English poetry. Bulletin Codicologique 641: 273.
---. 2002b. McKeown, Simon; Sheidley, William E. (Eds.): The shippe of Safegarde (1569) by Barnabe Googe. Bulletin Codicologique 619: 263.
---. 2002c. Blumreich, Kathleen Marie (Ed.): The Middle English “Mirror”. An Edition Based on Bodleian Library MS Holkham. Bulletin Codicologique.
---. 2002d. Fear and instinct in Chaucer’s „Nun“s Priest’s Tale'. In: Fear and its representations in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, 17–30.
---. 2002e. Smetana, Cyril Lawrence (Ed.): „The life of Saint Augustine“’ by John Capgrave edited from British Library additional MS 36704 together with Jordanus of Saxony's „Vita S. Augustine“ from Bibliothèque de l’Arsenal, MS 251'. Bulletin Codicologique 523: 216–217.
---. 2002f. Kerby-Fulton, Kathryn; Despres, Denise L.: Iconography and the professional reader. Bulletin Codicologique, Nr. 490: 201–202.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2001a. Lions without villainy: moralisations in a heraldic bestiary. In: The European sun: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Language and Literature, University of Strathclyde, 1993, 249–266.
---. 2001b. Baker, Peter S. (Ed.): The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. Bulletin Codicologique 363: 156–157.
---. 2001c. Pearsall, Derek (Ed.): New Directions in Later Medieval Manuscripts Studies. Essays from the 1998 Harvard Conference (Woodbridge, York Medieval Press, 2000). Bulletin Codicologique.
---. 2001d. MICROLOGUS: ’Natura, scienze e società medievali. Bulletin Codicologique 568: 261–262.
---. 2001e. The noble lyfe and natures of man, of bestes, serpentys, fowles, and fisshes þat be moste knowen: the English and Dutch editions of the animal parts of the Hortus Sanitatis. 14. November, Groningen.
Olsen, Karin E. und Luuk A. J. R. Houwen, Hrsg. 2001. Monsters and the monstrous in medieval northwest Europe. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. N.S., 3. Leuven: Peeters.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 2000a. Leclerq-Marx, Jacqueline: La sirène dans la pensée et dans l’art de l'Antiquité et du Moyen Age. Bulletin Codicologique 186: 70–71.
---. 2000b. Parker, Douglas H.: The praier and complaynte of the ploweman vnto Christe. Bulletin Codicologique 270: 102.
Houwen, Luuk A. J. R., Alasdair Andrew MacDonald und Sally L. Mapstone, Hrsg. 2000. A palace in the wild: essays on vernacular culture and humanism in Late-Medieval and Renaissance Scotland. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. N.S., 1. Leuven: Peeters.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1999a. Exemplum et similitudo: natural law in the „Manciple“s tale’ and the „Squire“s tale’. In: Chaucer in perspective: Middle English essays in honour of Norman Blake, 100–117.
---. 1999b. Bestiarien. In: Dämonen, Monster, Fabelwesen, 59–75.
---. 1999c. Baxter, Ron: Bestiaries and their users in the middle ages. Bulletin Codicologique 371, Nr. 2: 149–151.
---. 1999d. Brunetto Latini’s Livres dou tresor and So-Called Bestiary Lore. 6. Mai, Kalamazoo, Mich.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1998a. Brewer, Charlotte; Rigg, A.G. (Eds.): Piers Plowman. A facsimile of the Z-text in Bodleian Library. Bulletin Codicologique 258, Nr. 1: 99.
---. 1998b. Klene, Jean (Ed.): The Southwell-Sibthorpe Commonplace Book. Folger MS. V.b.198. Tempe (Arizona), Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1997. Bulletin Codicologique.
---. 1998c. Mapstone, Sally (Ed.): Scots and their boks in the middle ages and the renaissance. Bulletin Codicologique 287, Nr. 1: 110–111.
---. 1998d. Klitgård, Ebbe: Chaucer’s narrative voice in the Knight's tale. English Studies 79: 368–369.
Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. und Alasdair Andrew MacDonald, Hrsg. 1998. Alcuin of York: scholar at the Carolingian Court ; proceedings of the Third Germania Latina Conference held at the University of Groningen, May 1995. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. 22. Groningen: Forsten.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1997a. Flattery and the mermaid in Chaucer’s „Nun“s Priest’s Tale'. In: Animals and the symbolic in mediaeval art and literature, 77–92.
---, Hrsg. 1997b. Animals and the symbolic in mediaeval art and literature. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. 20. Groningen: Forsten.
---. 1997c. Flores, Nona C. (Ed.): Animals in the middle ages. Envoi 6: 50–67.
---. 1997d. Animal Symbolism: bestiary influences on the encyclopaedias. 8. Mai, Kalamazoo, Mich.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1996a. Sex, songs and sirens: a new „Score“ for an old song. The profane arts of the Middle Ages 5: 103–122.
---. 1996b. Bestiaries and the Encyclopaedias. 1. Juli, Groningen.
---. 1996c. Dunbar and Nature. 17. August, Oxford.
Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. und Alasdair Andrew MacDonald, Hrsg. 1996. Beda Venerabilis: historian, monk & Northumbrian. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. 19. Groningen: Forsten.


Hofstra, Tette, Luuk A. J. R. Houwen und Alasdair Andrew MacDonald, Hrsg. 1995. Pagans and Christians: the interplay between Christian Latin and traditional Germanic cultures in early Medieval Europe : proceedings of the Second Germania Latina Conference held at the University of Groningen, May 1992. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. 16. Groningen: Forsten.
Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1995. The seven deeds of honour and their crowns: Lydgate and a late fifteenth-century Scots chivalric treatise. Studies in Scottish literature 28: 150–164.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1994a. Animal parallelism in medieval literature and the bestiaries: a preliminary study. Neophilologus 78: 1–14.
---. 1994b. Vrouwen met vinnen en klauwen: de zeemeermin in de middelengelse literatuur. Millenium 8: 3–17.
---, Hrsg. 1994c. The deidis of Armorie: a heraldic treatise and bestiary. The Scottish text society : Ser. 4. Bd. 3. Edinburgh: Scottish Text Soc.
---. 1994d. Dieren, Dierensymboliek en Dierenboeken in de Middeleeuwen: [Animals, Animal Symbolism and the Bestiaries in the Middle Ages]. Groniek 126: 20–31.
---. 1994e. „Breme Beres“ and „Hende Hertes“: appearance and reality in „William of Palerne“. In: Loyal letters: studies on mediaeval alliterative poetry & prose, 223–238.
---. 1994f. Print into Manuscript: a manuscript copy of part of the „Boke of St. Albans“ (1486). In: Boeken in de late Middeleeuwen: verslag van de Groningse Codicologendagen 1992, 41–52.
---. 1994g. Didascalicon. 1. Mai, Ithaca, NY.
---. 1994h. Sex, songs, and sirens: a new “score” for an old song. 5. Mai, Kalamazoo, Mich.
---. 1994i. He that evil does hates the light: the owl lapping the oil from church lamps. 4. Juli, Leeds.
Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. und Martin Gosman. 1994. Un traité héraldique inédit: Le ms Londres, Collège des Herauts M19, ff. 79v-95. Romania 112: 488–521.
Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. und Alasdair Andrew MacDonald, Hrsg. 1994. Loyal letters: studies on mediaeval alliterative poetry & prose. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. 15. Groningen: Forsten.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1993a. Parody in the „Miller“s Tale’. File, Nr. 5: 5–15.
---. 1993b. From dumb beasts learn wisdom and knowledge: animal symbolism in the Ancrene Wisse. 5. Juli, Orléans.
---. 1993c. Lions without vilany and hermaphroditic hares: moralisations in a heraldic bestiary. 16. August, Glasgow.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1992. Benson, C. David: Chaucer’s „Troilus and Criseyde“. English Studies, Nr. 73: 191–192.
Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. und P. Eley. 1992. A fifteenth-century French heraldic bestiary. Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 108: 460–514.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1991. A Scots translation of a Middle-French bestiary. Studies in Scottish literature, Nr. 25: 207–217.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R., Hrsg. 1990. The sex werkdays and agis: an edition of a late medieval Scots universal history from the Asloan manuscript. Mediaevalia Groningana. Bd. 10. Groningen: Forsten.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1988. The sex werkdays and agis: text and context. English Studies, Nr. 69: 372–385.


Houwen, Luuk A. J. R. 1987. Additions, antedatings, and corrections to DOST and OED. Scottish language, Nr. 6: 21–29.

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