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This person no longer works at Ghent University.
IEMH - Institute for Early Modern History
Projects as researcher
The church in the middle. An inquiry into the urban parish and parish church in the Southern Low Countries (ca. 1450-1700)
Most recent publications
Conflict, Community and Catholic Restoration : The Parish of St James in Ghent between 1560 and 1600
. Ghent University. Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, 2020.
Bauwens, Michal. “Restoration and Reform of the Parish after Trent.”
Church, Censorship and Reform in the Early Modern Habsburg Netherlands
, edited by Violet Soen et al., vol. 101, Brepols, 2017, pp. 168–85.
Bauwens, Michal. “Under Construction? The Catholic Community in Ghent after the Beeldenstorm.”
BMGN-THE LOW COUNTRIES HISTORICAL REVIEW
, vol. 131, no. 1, 2016, pp. 81–98, doi:10.18352/bmgn-lchr.10180.
Bauwens, Michal. “Parish Studies and the Debates on Religious Life in the Low Countries (Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period).”
13.2 (2015): 64–77. Print.
Somers, Annelies, and Michal Bauwens. “The Institutional Nature of Parishes and the Restoration of the Church After Iconoclasm: The Case of St. James and St. Pharahild in Ghent (1566-1614).”
REVUE BELGE DE PHILOLOGIE ET D HISTOIRE
93.3-4 (2015): 669–691. Print.