Historia interna externaque ad res administrativas, docendas, sociales vel oeconomicas

1. Res administrativae

2. Res docendae
Incorporatie van de kartuizers in de Universiteit van Leuven
In the first decades after its foundation, the Leuven charterhouse counted a very high number of alumni among its professed monks. Although university degrees were not uncommon for the Carthusians, they were by profession mostly solitary monks and only by exception learned scholars. In general, there were no schools attached to Charterhouses and the in-house formation of novices was rather anti-scholastic. Therefore, the Leuven Carthusians' demand for incorporation into the University in 1510, following the example of the Augustinians and the Dominicans, was quite a startling move. Clearly, the University council was taken by surprise, and, on 31st of May 1510, decided to investigate whether incorporations of similar monasteries had ever taken place in Cologne or at other universities. In their second supplication to the University in 1513, the Carthusians explicitly added that the incorporation would offer to those monks that were allowed to leave the monastery, such as the prior and the procurator, the opportunity to attend the University. On 29th of November 1513, the governing council of the University, clearly aware of the exceptional situation, instructed the rector and deputati to look into similar incorporations in Cologne — which of course there weren't. The third supplication of the Carthusians finally led to the incorporation being approved by the council on the 29th of November 1520. ... On the last day of February 1521, the act of incorporation of the Leuven Charterhouse into the University was finally passed in the great refectory of the Leuven Augustinian Eremites . – © Tom Gaens.

- [Gaens 2013b]272-281 met verdere literatuur
- http://www.cartusiana.org/node/7242 (Fontes archivales. Documenta particularia: Incorporatie ...)

3. Res sociales

4. Res oeconomicae