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Renske Hoff is a lecturer in Middle Dutch Literature at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. In her PhD thesis, she investigated the relationships between early sixteenth-century Dutch Bibles and their readers, focusing specifically on the active involvement of readers in customising their books. She received her PhD in June 2022. At the moment, she is developing a new research project on late medieval/early modern psalm books and their users. She is especially interested in sammelbände, female book ownership, paratexts, marginalia, and in critically reassessing dichotomies between the medieval and early modern period, between manuscript and print culture, and between book production and book use.
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