(Dis)Pleasures of Staged Music and Dance [Session No: 1113]
14th-Century Studies, I: Crime, Punishment, and Pardoning [Session No: 1028]
14th-Century Studies, II: 14th-Century Court and Culture [Session No: 1128]
14th-Century Studies, III: Treason and Civil Discord in the Reign of Edward II [Session No: 1531]
14th-Century Studies, IV: Politics and Law in Late Medieval England [Session No: 1631]
A Dream Come True?: Landscapes of the Imagination [Session No: 1512]
A Metamorphic World: Defining the Holy Land from the Medieval to the Modern Era, c. 300-1900, I - The Latin West, c. 300-900 [Session No: 1009]
A Metamorphic World: Defining the Holy Land from the Medieval to the Modern Era, c. 300-1900, II - Byzantium and the Islamic Near East, c. 600-1500 [Session No: 1109]
A Metamorphic World: Defining the Holy Land from the Medieval to the Modern Era, c. 300-1900, III - The Crusades, c. 1000-1400 [Session No: 1209]
A Metamorphic World: Defining the Holy Land from the Medieval to the Modern Era, c. 300-1900, IV - Post Medieval, c. 1500-1900 [Session No: 1309]
A Pleasure to Entertain: Dancers, Dwarves, and Fools [Session No: 723]
'Ad Crucesignatos': Crusade Preaching and Propaganda, I [Session No: 109]
'Ad Crucesignatos': Crusade Preaching and Propaganda, II [Session No: 209]
'Ad Crucesignatos': Crusade Preaching and Propaganda, III [Session No: 309]
Adam of Bremen and His Gesta: Reflections on Local Matters in Scandinavia [Session No: 603]
Affect and Effect: Appearance, Behaviour, and Care in Medieval Medicine [Session No: 1333]
After the Conquest: Communities, Languages, Ideals, Forms [Session No: 531]
Analysing and Linking Relationships: Computer-Based Approaches to Inscriptions, Altars, and Monuments in the Spatial Context of Churches [Session No: 616]
Animals and the Diversity of Pleasure, I [Session No: 1222]
Animals and the Diversity of Pleasure, II [Session No: 1322]
Annual Early Medieval Europe Lecture: The Pleasures of the Past: History and Identity in the Early Middle Ages [Session No: 401]
ANT(ics): Objects and the Thingliness of Things [Session No: 631]
Aspects of Language: Verbs, Grammar, Dialect [Session No: 831]
Aspirational Behaviour in Late Medieval England [Session No: 1629]
Assessing the Medieval Digital Ecosystem: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 928]
At the Table [Session No: 1623]
Authority from the Past: Kings and Saints in Chronicles and Art [Session No: 716]
Bec and Beyond: Monastic Cultures of Writing in Normandy and England, c. 1000-1200 [Session No: 830]
Bede the Venerable and Intellectual Traditions of His Time [Session No: 122]
Bede: Intellectual Landscapes, I - Bede's Intellectual Inheritance [Session No: 501]
Bede: Intellectual Landscapes, II - Medieval Theology [Session No: 601]
Bede: Intellectual Landscapes, III - Northumbria in the Age of Bede [Session No: 701]
Bede: Intellectual Landscapes, IV - Early Medieval Europe after Bede [Session No: 801]
Bede: Intellectual Landscapes, V - Medieval and Modern Reactions to Bede [Session No: 1201]
Being Roman after Rome, I [Session No: 1003]
Being Roman after Rome, II [Session No: 1103]
Between Entertainment and Persuasion: On Structures and Functions of Miracle Accounts and Collections, I [Session No: 704]
Between Entertainment and Persuasion: On Structures and Functions of Miracle Accounts and Collections, II [Session No: 804]
Between Worldly and Spiritual Pleasure: Texts and Spaces for Observance and Transgression in Medieval Iberian Nunneries [Session No: 316]
Beyond Materiality: Hidden Meanings in Architecture and Manuscripts [Session No: 123]
Blood, Sweat, and Tears: Carnal Pleasures in Early Medieval Europe [Session No: 512]
Books Have Their Histories: Medieval Chronicles and Their Scribes, Manuscripts, and Early Editions, I [Session No: 527]
Books Have Their Histories: Medieval Chronicles and Their Scribes, Manuscripts, and Early Editions, II - Prose Brut Manuscripts [Session No: 627]
Books Have Their Histories: Medieval Chronicles and Their Scribes, Manuscripts, and Early Editions, III - Historical Texts and Their Authors, Audiences, and Printers [Session No: 727]
Books Have Their Histories: Medieval Chronicles and Their Scribes, Manuscripts, and Early Editions, IV - Beyond Brut History [Session No: 827]
British Association for Local History and the Medievalist [Session No: 1199]
Byzantine Pleasures: From Friendship to Sex [Session No: 1331]
Byzantium in Context, I: The Meaning of (Verse) Inscriptions for Byzantine Greek and Medieval Latin Culture - Similarities and Differences [Session No: 508]
Byzantium in Context, II: The Pleasure in Text - Interweaving Spiritual and Earthly Delights in Byzantium [Session No: 608]
Byzantium in Context, III: Byzantium at Leisure: Preferences, Appearances, and Social Pursuits [Session No: 708]
Byzantium in Context, IV: Networks, Complexities and Communications in the (Early) Medieval World [Session No: 808]
Canon Law, I: Letters and Law in the 12th Century [Session No: 125]
Canon Law, II: Developing Romano-Canonical Legal Procedure in the 12th and 13th Centuries [Session No: 225]
Canon Law, III: Law and the Papacy in the 13th Century [Session No: 325]
Canon Law, IV: Sexual Pleasure and Medieval Canon Law - Law in Books [Session No: 520]
Canon Law, V: Sexual Pleasure and Medieval Canon Law - Law in Action [Session No: 620]
Cantum pulcriorem invenire: Medieval Conductus Music and Its Function [Session No: 1006]
'Central Places' in the Middle Ages, I: Eastern Central Europe [Session No: 1211]
'Central Places' in the Middle Ages, II: Centres in Nomadic Contexts [Session No: 1311]
Charlemagne in Latin, I: Charlemagne in Iberia [Session No: 521]
Charlemagne in Latin, II: Charlemagne as King and Emperor [Session No: 621]
Charlemagne in Latin, III: Charlemagne in the Late Middle Ages [Session No: 721]
Charters and Laypersons: Making, Using, and Keeping [Session No: 1230]
Chronicles and Legal Texts in 13th-Century England: Problems of Composition and the Construction of the Past [Session No: 211]
Cistercian Studies, I: Constructing Cistercian Pleasures and the Pleasures of Cistercian Construction [Session No: 1526]
Cistercian Studies, II: Cistercian Legacies [Session No: 1626]
Cistercian Studies, III: Cistercian Women, Saints, and Reform [Session No: 1726]
Communicating Legal Narratives between Court and Society [Session No: 1330]
Comparative Approaches to Medieval Elite History [Session No: 202]
Conflict, Law, and Leadership in the Icelandic Sagas, I [Session No: 231]
Conflict, Law, and Leadership in the Icelandic Sagas, II [Session No: 331]
Continuity and Change in the Late Medieval English Town, I: Beyond 'Urban Decline' [Session No: 229]
Continuity and Change in the Late Medieval English Town, II: Beyond 'Urban Oligarchy' [Session No: 329]
Converting the Isles, I: Reconsidering Conversion [Session No: 505]
Converting the Isles, II: Converting Traditions [Session No: 605]
Converting the Isles, III: Narrating Conversion [Session No: 705]
Converting the Isles, IV: Medieval Irish Hagiography as a Source [Session No: 805]
Co-Operation or Competition?: Interactions and Interrelationships among the Cults of High-Status Saints [Session No: 305]
Credo: Medieval Conversion - Modern Concern [Session No: 724]
Crossroad of Wisdom: Antioch as a Point of Contact between Greek, Latin, and Arabic Cultures, 11th-13th Centuries [Session No: 1607]
Crusade Memory and Remembrance: New Perspectives [Session No: 1709]
Culture of Laughter in the Middle Ages: Pleasant, Funny, and Curious Moments and Figures in Medieval Culture [Session No: 523]
Dangerous Devices?: The Functions of Pleasure in Middle English Literature and Drama [Session No: 1713]
'Defended Communities': Fortified Settlements of the 8th-10th Centuries - Origins, Forms, and Functions, I [Session No: 1502]
'Defended Communities': Fortified Settlements of the 8th-10th Centuries - Origins, Forms, and Functions, II [Session No: 1602]
'Defended Communities': Fortified Settlements of the 8th-10th Centuries - Origins, Forms, and Functions, III [Session No: 1702]
Defining Kingdoms in 10th-Century Europe [Session No: 803]
Definition and Choice in Medieval Law, Order, and Conflict Resolution: European Perspectives [Session No: 306]
Did They Have That Back Then?: Pleasure in Anglo-Saxon England [Session No: 712]
Digital Pleasures, I: Pleasing the Paleographer? - Examples of Automatic Writer Identification [Session No: 530]
Digital Pleasures, II: Tools for Dating and Describing Script [Session No: 630]
Digital Pleasures, III: Diplomatics and Editorial Practices in the 21st Century [Session No: 730]
Digital Pleasures, IV: Scholarly Editions, Data Formats, Data Exploitation [Session No: 1030]
Digital Pleasures, V: Automated Text Recognition, Text Annotation, and Scholarly Edition in the 21st Century [Session No: 1130]
DISTAFF, I: Focus on Fibre [Session No: 1508]
DISTAFF, II: Narrative on Dress - Dress as Allegory [Session No: 1608]
DISTAFF, III: The Pleasure and Morality of Dress and Textiles [Session No: 1708]
Domestic Relationships: Familia and Domus [Session No: 1529]
Dominicans in Action [Session No: 625]
Durandus of Saint-Pourçain and His Sentences Commentary: Transmission and Doctrine [Session No: 132]
Early Medieval Gender and Sanctity [Session No: 1701]
Early Medieval Medicine: The Boundaries of the 'Professional' [Session No: 1233]
Eat, Read, and Be Merry?: Social Pleasure and Its Implications in Late Medieval England and France [Session No: 1323]
Editing Bishops: Challenges and New Approaches [Session No: 1025]
Editing Medieval Texts: Problems and Possibilities - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1428]
Élites y ciudad: Hacia la ocupación simbólica del espacio urbano [Session No: 829]
Emotions in Old English Literature [Session No: 101]
Emplaced Desire: The Pleasures of Place in Medieval Britain [Session No: 314]
England and Germany in High Middle Ages: Historiography - Perception - Comparative Approaches [Session No: 1132]
England and Germany in the 10th and 11th Centuries: Comparative Perspectives [Session No: 529]
Enjoying the Rewards of a Saintly Life: Visualising Sanctity in Late Medieval Art [Session No: 1514]
European Perspectives on the Pleasure and Performance of Religious Reading [Session No: 1716]
Exploring John of Salisbury in Legal, Temporal, and Religious Contexts [Session No: 328]
Expressions of Ecclesiastical Authority: From Priests to Popes [Session No: 1525]
Expressions of Power and Pleasure: Hunting, Dancing, and Public Festivities [Session No: 1223]
Finding the Height: Aspects of Elevation and the Perception of Vertical Structures in Middle High German Texts [Session No: 1732]
Fiscalidad, sociedad y poder en la Corona de Castilla: El papel de las élites en el gobierno urbano [Session No: 729]
'Foul Hordes': The Migration of Ideas and People in Pictland and Beyond [Session No: 1107]
Franciscans in Action [Session No: 525]
French Connections and Middle English Literature [Session No: 1527]
From Chronicles to the First Crusade: Byzantium in the 10th and 11th Centuries [Session No: 1520]
From Pain to Pleasure through Ecstatic Experience: Responses to the Crucified Christ [Session No: 517]
Full Stomachs and Belly-Aches: Food in Late Medieval Culture and Medicine [Session No: 628]
Games for Pleasure: Theory, Practice, Criticism [Session No: 1123]
Gazing - or, the Pleasures of the Eye [Session No: 515]
Gender, Posts, Positions, Pay, and Promotion: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 408]
Gendering the Pleasure Garden: (Re)Reading the Hortus conclusus in the Middle Ages, I [Session No: 1220]
Gendering the Pleasure Garden: (Re)Reading the Hortus conclusus in the Middle Ages, II [Session No: 1320]
Gentry Entertainments in Middle English and Middle French Literature [Session No: 1627]
Globalising Medieval Studies: Perspectives from a Worldwide Network - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1430]
Goodbye to Heretics?: Discussing Polemical and Inquisitional Discourses on Heresy, I [Session No: 1024]
Goodbye to Heretics?: Discussing Polemical and Inquisitional Discourses on Heresy, II [Session No: 1124]
Goodbye to Heretics?: Discussing Polemical and Inquisitional Discourses on Heresy, III [Session No: 1224]
Great White Men?: Writing Rulership, Lordship, and Authority in the 12th Century [Session No: 1032]
Hagiography and Iconography in Late Medieval Italy [Session No: 105]
Healing the Body and the Mind: St Thomas Becket, Leprosy, and Mental Illness [Session No: 1008]
Heresy and Politics in the 12th and 13th Centuries [Session No: 1324]
History and Historians in the Anglo-Norman Realm [Session No: 731]
Holy and Unholy Pleasure in Medieval Theatre and Drama, I [Session No: 113]
Holy and Unholy Pleasure in Medieval Theatre and Drama, II [Session No: 213]
Holy Bodies/Hellish Bodies?: Nudity and Sexual Figures in Religious Sculpture [Session No: 1721]
How to Engage with Your Local Community: Trading Hinterlands, Monastic Debts, and the Business of Cathedral Priories [Session No: 1029]
How to Govern: Ruling Classes, Trading, and Political Iconography [Session No: 1129]
Humour within Texts: Satire, Irony, and Riddles [Session No: 623]
Hunting for Fun and Political Gain [Session No: 228]
Identity, Belonging, and Medieval Scandinavia [Session No: 1530]
Ideology of Translation, I: The Office of the Translators [Session No: 130]
Ideology of Translation, II: Politics of Translation [Session No: 230]
Ideology of Translation, III: Translation and the Cultural Dynamics [Session No: 330]
Images and Imagery of Sex and Desire [Session No: 1020]
In Memory of Ulrich Müller: Earthly Pleasures versus Spiritual Pleasures in Medieval Life, Literature, and Poetry [Session No: 1314]
In Memory of Ulrich Müller: Medievalism - Enjoying Medieval Cruelty in Modern Culture [Session No: 809]
In Praise of Late Antique and Early Medieval Military Men, I: Military Men - Soldiers and Warriors [Session No: 104]
In Praise of Late Antique and Early Medieval Military Men, II: Coercive Factors to Interpersonal Bonds between Military Men [Session No: 204]
In Praise of Late Antique and Early Medieval Military Men, III: Warrior Groups as Communities of Violence [Session No: 304]
In Search of Spiritual Pleasure [Session No: 117]
Intoxication and Alternative Consciousness: Christian Permutations of a Classical Tradition [Session No: 1534]
Is Pleasure an Emotion?: Historicism and Anachronism in the History of Emotions
William M. Reddy, Department of History, Duke University
What's Wrong with Pleasure?
Esther Cohen, Department of History, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
[Session No: 1]
I-Thou in Middle English Literature: Approaches to Defining Self and Other [Session No: 127]
It's Good To Be the Queen!: The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Exercising Power in the Middle Ages [Session No: 319]
Jerusalem of the Senses, I: Re-Enacting the Passion in Late Medieval Europe [Session No: 717]
Jerusalem of the Senses, II: Re-Enacting the Passion in Late Medieval Europe [Session No: 817]
Jews and Christians: Identities and (Self)Perceptions [Session No: 108]
Joy and Pain: The Role of Suffering and Affliction in Medieval Religious Writing [Session No: 1204]
Joyful Living: Pleasure, Sin, and the Political Body in Courtly German Literature [Session No: 1112]
Landscapes in Transition, 10th-16th Centuries [Session No: 813]
Late Antique and Early Medieval Latin Literature: Polemics, Possession, and Pleasure [Session No: 124]
Late Byzantine Culture and Politics [Session No: 1108]
Law, Learning, and the French Connection: Three Archbishops of Lund and Their Networks [Session No: 1725]
Law, Violence, and Social Bonds, I: Power, Conflict, and Dispute Settlement [Session No: 506]
Law, Violence, and Social Bonds, II: The Imposition and Maintenance of Authority [Session No: 606]
Law, Violence, and Social Bonds, III: 'Princeps legibus solutus est'? - Rules and Dynastic Authority [Session No: 706]
Law, Violence, and Social Bonds, IV: Places of Power: Location and the Exercise of Authority [Session No: 806]
Legends and Worship: Statues and Relics of the Virgin Mary [Session No: 1011]
Libri nefandissimi: Heretical Texts and Texts about Heresy in the Later Middle Ages [Session No: 1707]
Liminal Pleasures in the Early Abbasid Period [Session No: 121]
Links across the North Sea in the 11th Century: A Multidisciplinary Perspective [Session No: 1730]
Literary and Pictorial Delights: Pleasure as Cultural Practice in the Late Middle Ages and the Beginning of the Renaissance, I [Session No: 1034]
Literary and Pictorial Delights: Pleasure as Cultural Practice in the Late Middle Ages and the Beginning of the Renaissance, II [Session No: 1134]
Literary Culture in Pre-Reform 10th-Century England [Session No: 1601]
Literary Reception of Non-Christian Identity [Session No: 1630]
'Looking for Richard': The Greyfriars Project - A Special Event [Session No: 1401]
Making Money?: The Templars' Economy in Britain [Session No: 816]
Making Sinners, Making Saints in Late Medieval England [Session No: 1325]
Manuscripts and Texts in Medieval Austria [Session No: 326]
Mappings, I: Spiritual Mapping [Session No: 507]
Mappings, II: Mapping Contexts [Session No: 607]
Mappings, III: Practical/Political Mapping [Session No: 707]
Martial Pleasures?: Jousting, Shooting, and Fencing in Late Medieval Culture [Session No: 1518]
Material Witnesses: Text and Image in Hebrew and Arabic Manuscripts [Session No: 1306]
Medieval Childbirth: Representations and Realities [Session No: 1208]
Medieval Cultural, Textual, and Material Culture in the Digital Age [Session No: 301]
Medieval Feasting: Legacy through the Centuries [Session No: 199]
Medieval Heraldry Revisited, I: Creating Ties of Visuality - Heraldry and the Display of Social Relationships [Session No: 107]
Medieval Heraldry Revisited, II: Between City and Nobility - Heraldry and the Question of Status [Session No: 207]
Medieval Heraldry Revisited, III: Beyond Worldly Bonds - The Spiritual Capacity of Heraldry in the Visual World of the Late Middle Ages [Session No: 307]
Medieval Historiography: Pleasure, Rumour, and Suffering [Session No: 1722]
Medieval Hostages and Hostageship, I: The Anglo-Saxon Hostage [Session No: 1505]
Medieval Hostages and Hostageship, II: The High Middle Ages [Session No: 1605]
Medieval Hostages and Hostageship, III: The Later Middle Ages [Session No: 1705]
Medieval Letters and Letter-Collections, 1000-1500: A Pleasurable Reading?! [Session No: 112]
Medieval Nordic Laws: Customary Law and Legislation [Session No: 131]
Medieval Society, Landscape, and the Law: Regional Perspectives [Session No: 1007]
Medieval to Early Modern: Transition of Romance and its Motifs in England and Spain [Session No: 1127]
Medieval to Modern: Raptors, Reading, and Restored Glass [Session No: 324]
Medievalist Visions, I: The Built Environment [Session No: 114]
Medievalist Visions, II: Populist Pleasures [Session No: 214]
Mendicant Observance and the Formation of Religious Identity [Session No: 726]
Mercantile Communication and Foreign Exchange in Medieval Europe: Evidence from the Datini Archive [Session No: 129]
Military Skills and Martial Pleasures, I: Archery, Jousts, Hunting, and Sociability [Session No: 518]
Military Skills and Martial Pleasures, II: Winning Support and Building Bonds in Jousts, Dancing, and Crossbow Competitions [Session No: 618]
Military Skills and Martial Pleasures, III: Archery and Jousts in War and in Literature [Session No: 718]
Military Skills and Martial Pleasures, IV: Preparations and Consequences of Martial Practice [Session No: 818]
Modern Medievalists and Avant-Garde Archivists: The Role of Traditional Archival Skills in the 21st Century - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 430]
Money, Economy, and Exchange in Middle English Literature [Session No: 227]
Monks and Secular Clerics in 12th-Century England [Session No: 226]
Moral Behaviour and Literary Pleasure in Chaucer, Gower, and the Catechism [Session No: 327]
Mortification as Social Performance in 11th- to 13th-Century Monasticism [Session No: 626]
Multilingualism and the Use of French beyond France, c. 1100 - c. 1300 [Session No: 219]
Mystical Theology: Pleasure in Spiritual Consummation [Session No: 1717]
Myth and Performance in Nonnus's Dionysiaka [Session No: 821]
Names, Name-Calling, and Power in the 11th and 12th Centuries [Session No: 106]
Neglected Texts in Late Antique and Early Medieval Monasticism [Session No: 203]
Negotiation and Transformation: Medieval Southern Italy, 12th-13th Century, I [Session No: 1524]
Negotiation and Transformation: Medieval Southern Italy, 12th-13th Century, II [Session No: 1624]
Negotiation and Transformation: Medieval Southern Italy, 12th-13th Century, III [Session No: 1724]
New and Unsolved Problems of Medieval Lyrics and Epics [Session No: 1632]
New Directions in Crusades Studies, I [Session No: 609]
New Directions in Crusades Studies, II [Session No: 709]
New Frontiers in Medieval Prosopography, I: Prosopographical Approaches to the Study of Medieval Women [Session No: 532]
New Frontiers in Medieval Prosopography, II: Prosopographical Approaches to Political, Diplomatic, and Military History [Session No: 632]
New Monastic Research: Bulls, Books, and Buildings [Session No: 826]
New Perspectives on City Leagues and Alliances in 13th-Century Italy [Session No: 1307]
New Perspectives on Hohenstaufen Germany, I [Session No: 732]
New Perspectives on Hohenstaufen Germany, II [Session No: 832]
New Research in Late Antique and Early Medieval Monasticism [Session No: 103]
New Voices in Anglo-Saxon Studies, I [Session No: 1001]
New Voices in Anglo-Saxon Studies, II [Session No: 1301]
'Nomen et Gens' and 'The Making of Charlemagne's Europe': Early Medieval Database Projects - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 910]
Norms and Sex (and Sexual Norms) in Hebrew Sources [Session No: 720]
Not for Children Only: Play and Pleasure in the Middle Ages [Session No: 1023]
Nuove Leve, I: Young Germanic Philologists in Italy [Session No: 1228]
Nuove Leve, II: Young Germanic Philologists in Italy [Session No: 1328]
Of Marvels and Mankind: Tales and Travel in Strange Locations [Session No: 807]
Of Mills and Manors [Session No: 633]
Old English Pleasures: Creation, Thresholds, and the Elderly [Session No: 612]
Origin, Usage, and Functionality of the Frankish leges [Session No: 703]
Origins of Firepower [Session No: 333]
Ostriches: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1422]
Pain and Pleasure: From Body to Soul [Session No: 1017]
Pain, Profit, and a Little Pleasure in Medieval Scandinavia, I [Session No: 719]
Pain, Profit, and a Little Pleasure in Medieval Scandinavia, II [Session No: 819]
Paranormal Encounters, I: Definitions and Categories [Session No: 1002]
Paranormal Encounters, II: Manifestations and Interpretations [Session No: 1102]
Paranormal Encounters, III: Gods and Witches [Session No: 1202]
Paranormal Encounters, IV: Love and War [Session No: 1302]
Parody and Propriety: Tropes in 12th- and 13th-Century Literature [Session No: 1206]
Parties, Sex, and Drunkenness: Aspects of Scandinavian Pleasure [Session No: 1018]
Passion, Pleasure, and Pain [Session No: 617]
Past in the Present - Present in the Past: European Identities through Literature in the Post-Medieval World - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 933]
Paths of Spiritual Pleasure [Session No: 317]
Penitence, Penitentials, and Public Order [Session No: 1316]
Perceiving and Explaining Weather in the Middle Ages [Session No: 1620]
Performing Beauty: Playing and Staging Perfection [Session No: 1513]
Performing Robin Hood [Session No: 1326]
Peripheral Territories in Early Medieval Europe, 9th-11th Centuries [Session No: 1207]
Perspectives in the Study of Medieval Heresies and Inquisitions - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1424]
Pious Passion and Its Ideologies in Middle English Literature [Session No: 208]
Pleasantries Aside: Discussing Early Medieval Queenship, I [Session No: 702]
Pleasantries Aside: Discussing Early Medieval Queenship, II [Session No: 802]
Pleasing God, Oneself, and Loved Ones in Hagiographic Texts [Session No: 1004]
Pleasurable Pastime or Overindulgence?: Thinking through Food and Feasting [Session No: 1723]
Pleasurable Peregrinations: Re-Creations of the Holy Land in the Later Middle Ages [Session No: 613]
Pleasure and Care, I: Pastoral and Legal Aspects [Session No: 120]
Pleasure and Care, II: Medicine and Devotion [Session No: 220]
Pleasure and Leisure in Medieval Dalmatia, Croatia, and Slavonia, I [Session No: 1219]
Pleasure and Leisure in Medieval Dalmatia, Croatia, and Slavonia, II [Session No: 1319]
Pleasure and Pain in Non-Dogmatic Imagery [Session No: 1015]
Pleasure and Sinfulness in Everyday Life: Healing, Hygiene, and Material Culture [Session No: 1122]
Pleasure and Virtue in the Church Fathers and Biblical Exegesis [Session No: 1016]
Pleasure by Learning and in the Law [Session No: 814]
Pleasure for the Eye, I: Tombs, Politics, and Iconographical Splendour [Session No: 115]
Pleasure for the Eye, II: Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder - Communicating with Art [Session No: 215]
Pleasure for the Eye, III: Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder - Communicating with Art [Session No: 315]
Pleasure from Ascetic Perspective: Abstinence, Taboo, and Heresy [Session No: 116]
Pleasure in Aquinas and beyond [Session No: 216]
Pleasure in Everyday Life of German Noblemen and Noblewomen in the Late Middle Ages [Session No: 1619]
Pleasure in Late Medieval Urban Material Culture [Session No: 323]
Pleasure in Medieval Literature [Session No: 812]
Pleasure in Violence, I: Arthurian and Heroic Literature [Session No: 519]
Pleasure in Violence, II: Fictional and Pseudo-Historiographical Literature [Session No: 619]
Pleasure of Senses, I: Consumption, Taste, and Fragrance [Session No: 1523]
Pleasure of Senses, II: Light and Sound [Session No: 1613]
Pleasure, Erotic Violence, and Chivalry in Medieval Romance [Session No: 1618]
Pleasure, Sound, and Space from Pre-Conquest to Late Medieval Literature [Session No: 1611]
Pleasure: Retrospect and Prospect - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1801]
Pleasures and Interactions in the Medieval Islamic World, I [Session No: 221]
Pleasures and Interactions in the Medieval Islamic World, II [Session No: 321]
Pleasures and Pains of Family Life in Late Medieval Hagiography [Session No: 622]
Pleasures and the Prices of Sin: In the City and among the Elite [Session No: 1519]
Pleasures at the Palaces: Sport, Food, and Leisure [Session No: 823]
Pleasures in Poetry: Structure, Metre, Rhythm [Session No: 1214]
Pleasures of Devout Pain: Suffering and Torture in Religious Writing [Session No: 1217]
Pleasures of Knowledge and Learning [Session No: 714]
Pleasures of the Intellect: Reading, Writing, and Historiography [Session No: 614]
Pleasures of Transformation and Bestiality [Session No: 513]
Pleasures on the Northern and Eastern European Periphery: Runes, Poetry, and Princes of the Rus' [Session No: 1119]
Political Communication in the Carolingian World [Session No: 1111]
Political Networks and Landscapes in the Late Middle Ages: Southern Germany and the Swiss Confederation [Session No: 206]
Political Networks and Landscapes in the Late Middle Ages: Towns and Nobility in the Empire and Low Countries [Session No: 629]
Political Relations and Military Conflict, 11th-16th Centuries [Session No: 533]
Popes and Robbers: The English Embassy to Rome in 1061 [Session No: 303]
Popular Medievalism: Buffy, Beowulf, Robin Hood [Session No: 1733]
Positive Evaluations of Curiosity, Beauty, and Love and Its Emergence in the Middle Ages [Session No: 713]
Prophecy as Guideline for Behaviour [Session No: 1104]
Purity and Pleasure: The Lives of Byzantine Clerics and Saints [Session No: 516]
Rage, Pleasure, and Fragmentation: Examples in French Romance [Session No: 1012]
Reading for Pleasure?: Paratext and Literacy in Manuscripts and Early Printed Books [Session No: 514]
Reading Practice and Practising Reading in the 15th Century: Pedagogy, Policy, and Play [Session No: 1027]
Realisation, Rejection, and Moderation: Representations of Pleasure in the Iberian Peninsula [Session No: 224]
Reassessing the Northern Crusader States: Antioch and Tripoli [Session No: 509]
Relationships in Old English Literature [Session No: 1501]
Relics: East and West - Inventions and Translations, I [Session No: 504]
Relics: East and West - Inventions and Translations, II [Session No: 604]
Remembered Places & Invented Traditions: Thinking about the Holy Land in the Later Middle Ages - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 909]
Remembering the Bishop: Commemorative Strategies, I [Session No: 725]
Remembering the Bishop: Commemorative Strategies, II [Session No: 825]
Representations of Male Sanctity in the Later Middle Ages [Session No: 308]
Re-Reading Carolingian Hagiographical Texts [Session No: 1304]
Rewriting History in the Central Middle Ages, I: Appropriating the Past for the Present and the Future [Session No: 1021]
Rewriting History in the Central Middle Ages, II: The Languages of History [Session No: 1121]
Rewriting History in the Central Middle Ages, III: Redefining Rulership [Session No: 1221]
Rewriting History in the Central Middle Ages, IV: When Kingdoms End and Empires Fall [Session No: 1321]
Richard FitzRalph: Life, Works, and Legacy [Session No: 232]
Scandinavia and Europe, c. 1050 - c. 1250, I: Foreigners and Natives [Session No: 1031]
Scandinavia and Europe, c. 1050 - c. 1250, II: Kith and Kings [Session No: 1131]
Science and Fiction in the Middle Ages [Session No: 524]
Search for the Umayyad Caliph, I: Among the Tambourines and Lutes [Session No: 1506]
Search for the Umayyad Caliph, II [Session No: 1606]
Selling Sex: Erotic Pleasure and Its Value [Session No: 1120]
Sensual Pleasure in the Islamic World [Session No: 1718]
Sentence and Solace in English Biblical Drama, I [Session No: 1026]
Sentence and Solace in English Biblical Drama, II [Session No: 1126]
Sentence and Solace in English Biblical Drama, III [Session No: 1226]
Serving God: Offerings, Mission, and Education [Session No: 205]
Sex, Alcohol, and Violence: Pleasure in Old Norse Myth and Pre-Christian Beliefs [Session No: 1118]
Shaping Episcopal Ideology: Relics, Images, and Books [Session No: 1125]
Silent Prayer and the Blessings of Pleasure: Rethinking Medieval Jewish Liturgy [Session No: 834]
'So of old bookes cometh our cunnyng newe': Accessing Medieval Texts and Images in the Digital Age [Session No: 1628]
Sociabilidad e identidad cívica en la Edad Media: ceremonias y representaciones lúdico-festivas, siglos XIII-XVI [Session No: 1719]
Social, Political, and Cultural Exchanges: Ireland, Britain, and the Wider World in the Later Middle Ages, I - Regionalism and English Lordship: Distinctions and Parallels [Session No: 1005]
Social, Political, and Cultural Exchanges: Ireland, Britain, and the Wider World in the Later Middle Ages, II - English Ireland?: Administration and Procedure [Session No: 1105]
Social, Political, and Cultural Exchanges: Ireland, Britain, and the Wider World in the Later Middle Ages, III - Community and Status in the English Lordship of Ireland [Session No: 1205]
Social, Political, and Cultural Exchanges: Ireland, Britain, and the Wider World in the Later Middle Ages, IV - Political Relationships on the Fringes of English Polity [Session No: 1305]
South-Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages: Politics, Culture, and Material Life [Session No: 302]
Space, Music, Text, and Praxis: Popular Belief and the Long Middle Ages in the North, 15th-17th Centuries, I [Session No: 511]
Space, Music, Text, and Praxis: Popular Belief and the Long Middle Ages in the North, 15th-17th Centuries, II [Session No: 611]
Space, Music, Text, and Praxis: Popular Belief and the Long Middle Ages in the North, 15th-17th Centuries, III [Session No: 711]
Space, Music, Text, and Praxis: Popular Belief and the Long Middle Ages in the North, 15th-17th Centuries, IV [Session No: 811]
Spiritual and Bodily Pleasure: Ethics and Exchange [Session No: 1317]
Spiritual and Material Models [Session No: 1714]
Spiritual or Otherwise: Literary Depictions of Pleasure [Session No: 1313]
Spreading the Light: Transmission and Reception of the Vernacular Elucidarium [Session No: 332]
Staging Miracles, Singing Karols, and Celestial Joy [Session No: 1013]
Symbolic Identity and the Cultural Memory of Saints, I: Saints Switching Regions [Session No: 1106]
Symbolic Identity and the Cultural Memory of Saints, II: Saints and Regions [Session No: 1504]
Symbolic Identity and the Cultural Memory of Saints, III: Saints and Local Communities [Session No: 1604]
Symbolic Identity and the Cultural Memory of Saints, IV: Saints in Liturgy and Preaching [Session No: 1704]
Teaching Pleasure: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 414]
Texts and Identities, I: Governing the Body - Governing the Soul: Christianity and Society in the Carolingian Period [Session No: 1010]
Texts and Identities, II: Early Medieval Episcopal Self-Fashioning [Session No: 1110]
Texts and Identities, III: Organising Knowledge and Constructing Communities [Session No: 1210]
Texts and Identities, IV: Violence, Legitimacy, and Identity during the Transformation of the Roman World [Session No: 1310]
Texts and Identities, V: The Merovingians and Their Past [Session No: 1510]
Texts and Identities, VI: Barbarians, Arians, and Other Monsters [Session No: 1610]
Texts and Identities, VII: Defining Community in Early Medieval Kingdoms - Theory and Practice [Session No: 1710]
The 14th-Century Crisis in Southern Europe: Castile, Portugal, and the South of France [Session No: 528]
The Angel's Pleasure of the Annunciation in Poetry, Music, and Arts [Session No: 1213]
The Bioarchaeology of the Medieval Life Course, I [Session No: 102]
The Bioarchaeology of the Medieval Life Course, II [Session No: 334]
The Cambridge Companion to the Cistercian Order: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 426]
The ChartEx Project: Exploring Spatial Locations in Medieval Charters [Session No: 1528]
The Crusades and Monumental Art, I [Session No: 1509]
The Crusades and Monumental Art, II [Session No: 1609]
The Early Medieval Inn in Culmine: How Pleasure and Usefulness Were Joined Together in Ancient Poland [Session No: 502]
The Everyday and the Everafter: Exploring the Transitive Power of Imagery and Objects in the Medieval World [Session No: 815]
The Growth of Religious Reform Movements in Late Medieval Central and Eastern Europe: Contexts and Comparisons [Session No: 824]
The Idea of Place in Middle English Literature [Session No: 1727]
The Knight, the Priest, and the Physician: Perspectives on Military History [Session No: 233]
The Language of Pleasure and the Pleasure of Language [Session No: 1014]
The Medieval Elites: Between Spirituality and Sensuality [Session No: 1225]
The Middle Ages in Science Fiction [Session No: 624]
The Mystical Experience of Spiritual Pleasure [Session No: 217]
The Overland Trade Project, 1430-1540 [Session No: 728]
The Pleasure and Pragmatics of Epistolary Exchange, I: Love, Friendship, and the Art of Letter Writing [Session No: 212]
The Pleasure and Pragmatics of Epistolary Exchange, II: Use of the Letter Form in Religious, Learned, and Political Interaction [Session No: 312]
The Pleasure of Archives: Uncovering England in the 13th Century [Session No: 111]
The Pleasure of Crusading, I: The Pleasure of Killing [Session No: 118]
The Pleasure of Crusading, II: The Pleasure of Being Killed [Session No: 218]
The Pleasure of Discovery: Recent Research and New Perspectives on British Library Manuscripts, I [Session No: 1533]
The Pleasure of Discovery: Recent Research and New Perspectives on British Library Manuscripts, II [Session No: 1633]
The Pleasure of English Literature after the Middle Ages [Session No: 1212]
The Pleasure of Music and Music for Pleasure in Late Medieval Eastern Tradition: A Greek-Ottoman Approach, I [Session No: 1521]
The Pleasure of Place: Landscape and Geography in Romance and Chronicle [Session No: 1612]
The Pleasure of Sight: Colour, Light, and Shapes [Session No: 615]
The Pleasure of Violence: Positive Depictions of Violence in Medieval Texts [Session No: 318]
The Pleasures and Pains of Sickness in England and France in the 11th and 12th Centuries [Session No: 320]
The Pleasures of Death [Session No: 1218]
The Pleasures of Editing, I: Theory and Practice - Towards an Authentic Text? - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 421]
The Pleasures of Editing, II: Tools and Vision - Where Are We Heading? - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 921]
The Pleasures of Family Life in Medieval Times: St Anne and Her Vita [Session No: 722]
The Pleasures of Heaven and the Pleasures of Earth [Session No: 1117]
The Pleasures of Medievalism [Session No: 1312]
The Pleasures of Remembrance: Gender and Aristocratic Tombs in Late Medieval Europe [Session No: 822]
The Pleasures of Rulers in Eastern Europe [Session No: 522]
The Pleasures of the Hanseatic World: Entertainment in Medieval Gdańsk [Session No: 1019]
The Pleasures of Vice and Virtue [Session No: 1116]
The Politics of Piety in Late Medieval Europe [Session No: 1532]
The Practicability of Penance [Session No: 503]
The Princess, the Friar, and the Book: Medieval Scenes of Private Pleasure and Religious Practice [Session No: 1516]
The Reign of Louis the Pious and the Productivity of an Empire, I: High Fidelity [Session No: 1503]
The Reign of Louis the Pious and the Productivity of an Empire, II: The Return of the King [Session No: 1603]
The Rules of Debate in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, I [Session No: 1203]
The Rules of Debate in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, II [Session No: 1303]
The Tournament in Late Medieval Europe, I [Session No: 534]
The Tournament in Late Medieval Europe, II [Session No: 634]
The Transformation of the Book in the Long 12th Century [Session No: 1720]
The Virtue of Temperance [Session No: 1216]
Theology and Liturgy in Early Medieval Britain [Session No: 1703]
Three Crises of the English Peasantry [Session No: 128]
'Thy lustie lyre ovirspred with spottis blak': New Approaches to Disease in Vernacular Literature [Session No: 1308]
To Be a Neighbour to St Maurice, I [Session No: 222]
To Be a Neighbour to St Maurice, II [Session No: 322]
Tongue, Tone, Tune, and Time: The Heritage and Traditions, Movement, and Rhythm of English Poetry over 1,000 Years [Session No: 1433]
'Ubi Commune Periculum, Commune Auxilium': The Medieval Legacy in the English Early Modern Public Sphere(s) [Session No: 828]
Understanding Anglo-Norman Churchmen [Session No: 1625]
Undertaking War in the Early and Central Middle Ages [Session No: 133]
Urban Elites in the Late Medieval Crown of Aragon: Power, Networks, and Identities [Session No: 119]
Variegated Pleasures: The Sensation of Stone in Medieval Visual and Material Culture [Session No: 715]
Visions of Community, I: After the End of Ancient Christianity - The Reconfiguration of Late Antique Topographies in Merovingian Historiography and Hagiography [Session No: 110]
Visions of Community, II: Related Narratives, Entangled Communities - Strategies of Identification in Central European Historiography and Hagiography [Session No: 210]
Visions of Community, III: Time and History in the Construction of Authority [Session No: 310]
Visions of Community, IV: Urban Communities in Late Medieval Central Europe, 1350-1550 - Regions [Session No: 510]
Visions of Community, V: Urban Communities in Late Medieval Central Europe, 1350-1550 - Relations [Session No: 610]
Visions of Community, VI: Conflict and Competition [Session No: 710]
Visions of Community, VII: Enclaves of Learning - Religion, Ideologies, and Practices in Europe, Arabia, and Tibet [Session No: 810]
Visual Pleasure and the Virgin Mary [Session No: 1215]
Visualizing Pleasure in the Middle Ages [Session No: 1614]
Was There Any Pleasure in Early Medieval Ireland? [Session No: 602]
Water in Medieval Society: Economic, Social, and Religious Implications, I [Session No: 733]
Water in Medieval Society: Economic, Social, and Religious Implications, II [Session No: 833]
'We are, with the Divine Persons, One Love and One Enjoyment', I: Explorations of Pleasure and Enjoyment in the Mystics of the Low Countries [Session No: 1033]
'We are, with the Divine Persons, One Love and One Enjoyment', II: Explorations of Pleasure and Enjoyment in the Mystics of the Low Countries [Session No: 1133]
Wearmouth, Jarrow, and Building in Early Medieval Europe: Results from New Research [Session No: 201]
Welcome to Late Medieval England: Drunken Priests, Cunning Cooks, and Communal Vice [Session No: 1522]
White Canons of Brittany and Lincolnshire [Session No: 126]
Who, What, Where, and When: Research in Monastic Prosopography [Session No: 526]
Wordly Riches and Spiritual Rewards: The Role of Wealth in Devotional Items [Session No: 1715]
'You Can't Always Get What You Want': Conflicted Pleasures in Literatures and Semantics [Session No: 1114]
Your Dissertation and Your Rights: What All Savvy Grads Should Know about Publishing and Open Access Requirements - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 930]