#disIMC: Current Challenges to Accessibility and Ways Forward - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 399]
(Mis)Remembering First Encounter, I: The 'New World' [Session No: 745]
(Mis)Remembering First Encounter, II: West Africa [Session No: 845]
14th-Century England, I: Late Medieval Military Service - Theory and Practice [Session No: 1016]
14th-Century England, II: Loyalty and Allegiance in 14th Century England [Session No: 1116]
14th-Century England, III: Plantagenet Power at Home and Abroad [Session No: 1216]
14th-Century England, IV: The Boundaries of Royal Power in Later Medieval England - Law and the Church [Session No: 1316]
25 Years of Hagiographical Research: Past Achievements and Future Perspectives, I [Session No: 610]
25 Years of Hagiographical Research: Past Achievements and Future Perspectives, II [Session No: 710]
25 Years of Hagiographical Research: Past Achievements and Future Perspectives, III [Session No: 810]
7 Ways a Medievalist Can Earn Income outside Academia: A Workshop [Session No: 1901]
A Database of Crusaders to the Holy Land, 1095-1291: A Workshop [Session No: 1802]
A Digital Key to Matthew Parker's Legacy: New Contributions through Parker on the Web 2.0 [Session No: 538]
A Frenchman in Portugal: Bishop Hugh of Porto and the Transformations of the North-Western Iberian Peninsula in the 12th Century, 1112-1136 [Session No: 1504]
Accounting and Bookkeeping in the Late Medieval Crown of Aragon: A Comparative Approach - Catalonia, Sardinia, and Sicily [Session No: 707]
Adaptation of Byzantine Hymnography in the Medieval World: East and West [Session No: 1112]
Adapting Canon Law in Medieval Scandinavia [Session No: 806]
Age of Bede, I: Scriptural Interactions [Session No: 204]
Age of Bede, II: Communicative Interactions [Session No: 304]
Alcohol and Addiction in Medieval Literature [Session No: 207]
Alfredian Voices, I: Revoicing Gregory, Augustine, and Boethius [Session No: 1601]
Alfredian Voices, II: English Prose before and after Alfred [Session No: 1701]
Allusion, Reference, and Memory in High Medieval Narratives, I [Session No: 521]
Allusion, Reference, and Memory in High Medieval Narratives, II [Session No: 621]
Ancestral Roots: Memory and Arboreal Imagery across Cultures, I - Kinship [Session No: 1540]
Ancestral Roots: Memory and Arboreal Imagery across Cultures, II - The Christian Tradition [Session No: 1640]
Ancestral Roots: Memory and Arboreal Imagery across Cultures, III - Origin and Appropriation [Session No: 1740]
Anglo-Saxon Riddles, I: Moods and Meanings [Session No: 101]
Anglo-Saxon Riddles, II: Patterns and Relationships [Session No: 201]
Anglo-Saxon Riddles, III: Selves and Things [Session No: 1006]
Anglo-Saxon Studies at IMC #25: Looking Back, Looking Forward - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 401]
Annual Early Medieval Europe Lecture: Lights, Power, and the Moral Economy of Early Medieval Europe (Language: English) [Session No: 418]
Annual Medieval Academy Lecture: History and Visual Memory in the Library of King Charles V of France (Language: English) [Session No: 1401]
Architecture and the Memory of Otherness on the Iberian Peninsula [Session No: 1338]
Architecture as a Means of Remembrance [Session No: 1051]
Archival Memory: Institutions, Texts, and Shapes, I [Session No: 1035]
Archival Memory: Institutions, Texts, and Shapes, II [Session No: 1135]
At the Crossroads of Empires: Sant'Ambrogio at Montecorvino Rovella - A locus memoriae in Southern Lombardy, I [Session No: 1532]
At the Crossroads of Empires: Sant'Ambrogio at Montecorvino Rovella - A locus memoriae in Southern Lombardy, II [Session No: 1632]
At the Crossroads of Empires: Sant'Ambrogio at Montecorvino Rovella - A locus memoriae in Southern Lombardy, III [Session No: 1732]
At the Cutting Edge of Digital Memory: The Online Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland - Post-Conquest Carving at Your Fingertips, I [Session No: 1045]
At the Cutting Edge of Digital Memory: The Online Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland - Post-Conquest Carving at Your Fingertips, II [Session No: 1145]
Augustine and Anselm on Memory, Will, and God [Session No: 247]
'Ave Maria gratia plena': Remembering the Virgin Mary [Session No: 829]
Base Metal, Silver, and Gold Coins: Exploring the Meanings of Memory through Numismatic Evidence [Session No: 1315]
Based on Historical Events?: TV and Movie Medievalism [Session No: 552]
Bears: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 408]
Beautiful Animals [Session No: 108]
Between Memory and Imagination, I: Medieval Religious Encounters from the Silk Road to the Indian Ocean [Session No: 128]
Between Memory and Imagination, II: Jewish Engagements from Ethiopia to the Persianate World [Session No: 228]
Beyond the Anglo-Norman Conquests: Alternative Narratives in Insular History, I [Session No: 703]
Beyond the Anglo-Norman Conquests: Alternative Narratives in Insular History, II [Session No: 803]
Beyond the Legenda aurea: Jacopo da Varagine as Preacher, Historian, and Archbishop [Session No: 310]
Bibliophiles and Workshops: Illuminated Books of Hours from 15th-Century Paris [Session No: 1705]
Birgittine Acts of Memory, I: Communities and Manuscripts [Session No: 1041]
Birgittine Acts of Memory, II: Remembering and Forgetting [Session No: 1141]
Bonaventure of Bagnoregio: In His Own Words [Session No: 110]
Books and Texts: Presentation and Readership [Session No: 1202]
Bringing the Memory of the First Crusade Back to Life: A New Project to Edit the Siege d'Antioche [Session No: 1543]
British Archaeological Association, I: Architectural Memory - Remembering an Empire, Religious Communities, and Patrons through Buildings [Session No: 132]
British Archaeological Association, II: Monastic Memory - Architecture and Its Importance to the Monastic Life [Session No: 232]
British Archaeological Association, III: Conceptual Memory - Remembrance through Objects, Paintings, and Church Architecture [Session No: 332]
Burials and Memory in Context: From Disturbed Graves to Burial Monuments [Session No: 1647]
Byzantine Studies in China, I: Studies in Byzantine Law in China [Session No: 1503]
Byzantine Studies in China, II: On the Sea Route of the Silk Road [Session No: 1603]
Byzantine Theology in the Palaiologan Era: Palamism Before, During, and After [Session No: 303]
Canonize Yourself!, I: How to Become a Secular Canon in a Medieval Scandinavian Chapter [Session No: 1050]
Canonize Yourself!, II: How to Become a Canon in a Medieval Central European Chapter [Session No: 1150]
Canonize Yourself!, III: How to Become a Canon in a Medieval Chapter on the South Side of the Alps [Session No: 1250]
Carolingian Civilization 25 Years Later: In Honor of Paul Edward Dutton, I [Session No: 1524]
Carolingian Civilization 25 Years Later: In Honor of Paul Edward Dutton, II [Session No: 1624]
CEU 25, I: Urban Studies - Central Europe as an Urban Region? [Session No: 511]
CEU 25, II: Jewish Studies [Session No: 611]
CEU 25, III: Byzantine Studies - Reactivations of Knowledge [Session No: 711]
CEU 25, IV: Ethnic Identities in South-Eastern Europe, 9th-15th Centuries [Session No: 811]
Change and Continuity in 10th Century Western Europe, I: The Resources of Central Authorities, The Identities of Local Leaders [Session No: 217]
Change and Continuity in 10th-Century Western Europe, II: Archaeological Record and Historic Explanation [Session No: 317]
Christian and Muslim Identity in Medieval Northern Spain [Session No: 507]
Chronicles and Letter-Books of the 14th Century [Session No: 106]
Cistercians, I: Memory, Hospitality, and Bernard of Clairvaux [Session No: 550]
Cistercians, II: Exploring the Relationship to the Sun in Cistercian Abbey Churches of the UK and Ireland [Session No: 650]
Cistercians, III: Cistercians in England and Wales [Session No: 750]
Cistercians, IV: Travelling Cistercians [Session No: 850]
Cities of Readers, I: Shared Devotional Culture [Session No: 1019]
Cities of Readers, II: The Performance of Writing [Session No: 1119]
Cities of Readers, III: The Performance of Text [Session No: 1219]
Cities of Readers, IV: The Performance of Reading - Texts, Objects, Spaces, and Practices [Session No: 1319]
Citizenship, Identity, and Conflict in Late Medieval Urban Society [Session No: 107]
Clergy and War in 'Younger Europe' in the Middle Ages [Session No: 1746]
Clerics and Their Households in Late Antiquity, I [Session No: 517]
Clerics and Their Households in Late Antiquity, II [Session No: 617]
Clerics, Parishioners, and Their Books in Late Medieval England [Session No: 729]
Collective Display: Medieval Objects out of Isolation, I [Session No: 1615]
Collective Display: Medieval Objects out of Isolation, II [Session No: 1715]
Collective Memory and Memorial Culture in Parish, Town, and Guild [Session No: 1637]
Collective Memory in Montpellier's Petit Thalamus: Digital Humanities, Language, and the Mapping of the Past [Session No: 1038]
Commemorating Saints and Martyrs, I: Transforming Identities in Hagiography [Session No: 523]
Commemorating Saints and Martyrs, II: Presence and (Re)presentation at Worship [Session No: 623]
Communicating Medieval Heritage [Session No: 1552]
Communication and the Exploitation of Knowledge, I: Collective Memory In and Around the Courtroom [Session No: 533]
Communication and the Exploitation of Knowledge, II: Charters as an Instrument and Mirror of Collective Memory in Transalpine Europe - The Low Countries and Poland in Comparative Perspective [Session No: 633]
Communication and the Exploitation of Knowledge, III: Collective Memory and Preaching [Session No: 733]
Communication and the Exploitation of Knowledge, IV: Shaping Memories through Letter Collections [Session No: 833]
Conflicted or Complementary Memories?: Visions from the Inside - Different Pasts of Medieval Multiethnic Societies [Session No: 1547]
Conflicting Memories: Navigating Conflict and Creating Consensus in the Medieval World, I - Remembering Bodies [Session No: 236]
Conflicting Memories: Navigating Conflict and Creating Consensus in the Medieval World, II [Session No: 336]
Constructing and Deconstructing Byzantine Elements: Perceptions of a Medieval World in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries [Session No: 503]
Constructing and Reconstructing the Past [Session No: 139]
Construction and Deconstruction of Memory in Byzantium [Session No: 642]
Construction and Reconstruction of the Middle Ages: Memory of Delights [Session No: 1753]
Contested Medieval Sites in Modern National and Local Politics [Session No: 1232]
Contested Scholasticism [Session No: 1714]
Continuity and Conquest in England and Normandy, I: Society and Memory in 11th-Century England [Session No: 1245]
Continuity and Conquest in England and Normandy, II: Memory in 12th-Century Monastic Communities [Session No: 1345]
Continuity and Conquest in England and Normandy, III: The Impact of Conquest on 12th-Century Thought [Session No: 1545]
Continuity and Conquest in England and Normandy, IV: The Loss of Normandy [Session No: 1645]
Contra Iudaeos, Contra Christianos [Session No: 1707]
Creating and Shaping Identities in the Medieval Baltic [Session No: 1611]
Creating Memories Using Charters, Cartularies, and Archives [Session No: 837]
Creating the Medieval Studies We Want to Remember: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 327]
Creative Memories: Shaping Identity in Medieval Culture, I [Session No: 153]
Creative Memories: Shaping Identity in Medieval Culture, II [Session No: 253]
Crusader Medievalism: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 943]
Crusades and Memory, I : Architecture and Landscape [Session No: 143]
Crusades and Memory, II : Art and Material Culture [Session No: 243]
Crusades and Memory, III : Remembering the Crusades [Session No: 343]
Crusading Historiography, I [Session No: 1343]
Crusading Historiography, II: The View from the Outside [Session No: 1512]
Cultural Memory and Materiality in the Cult of Saints [Session No: 1215]
Cultural Memory and Visual Strategy in Insular Art [Session No: 1230]
Cultural Memory in Early England: Continuities and Change in Cultural Contact Events [Session No: 1630]
Cultural Memory in Late Antiquity, I: Negotiating Christian and Classical Memory [Session No: 544]
Cultural Memory in Late Antiquity, II: The Memory of Persecution [Session No: 644]
Cultural Memory in Late Antiquity, III: Creation of Memory in Western Successor Kingdoms [Session No: 744]
Cultural Memory in Late Antiquity, IV: Building Late Antique Communities through Memory [Session No: 844]
Damnatio memoriae: What We Choose to Forget [Session No: 1641]
Decline and Fall in the Medieval Middle East [Session No: 1307]
Designing the Past [Session No: 742]
Devoted to the Body: Devotional Practices and Performances in Feminine Spirituality, I - Textual Witnesses [Session No: 712]
Devoted to the Body: Devotional Practices and Performances in Feminine Spirituality, II - Visual Culture [Session No: 812]
'Diana and all her sect': Remembering Women Warriors, I [Session No: 526]
'Diana and all her sect': Remembering Women Warriors, II [Session No: 626]
'Diana and all her sect': Remembering Women Warriors, III [Session No: 726]
'Diana and all her sect': Remembering Women Warriors, IV [Session No: 826]
Disaster Memory in the Middle Ages, I [Session No: 549]
Disaster Memory in the Middle Ages, II [Session No: 649]
Disruptive Genders in Old and Middle English Literature [Session No: 1113]
DISTAFF, I: Dress, Faith, Identity, and Memorialisation [Session No: 115]
DISTAFF, II: French Dressing [Session No: 215]
DISTAFF, III: Aspects of Memory in Medieval Textiles and Garments [Session No: 315]
Do You Remember the First Time?: Historiographies of Memory Since the 1990s [Session No: 652]
Dominican Poverty in the Middle Ages: Counsel, Criticism, and Conflict [Session No: 148]
Donations of the Faithful, Cathedral Financing, and Memorialisation [Session No: 329]
'Don't You (Forget about Me)': Remembering the Founders of Eremitical Orders [Session No: 841]
Eadmer of Canterbury, I: Eadmer's Memory, Manuscripts, and Evidence [Session No: 701]
Eadmer of Canterbury, II: Eadmer beyond Anselm - The Vita Anselmi and the Immaculate Conception [Session No: 801]
Early English Life Cycles: Corpora and Corpses [Session No: 1208]
Early Medieval Burial Culture and the Reuse of Cemeteries [Session No: 104]
Early Medieval Milan: A Metropolis and Its Hinterland [Session No: 1017]
Early Modern Medievalisms [Session No: 1727]
Early Saints in Modern Times [Session No: 1527]
Edible Memory [Session No: 1238]
Editing Texts from Later Medieval England [Session No: 1509]
Education and Society: Schools, Teachers, and Pupils in the Medieval World [Session No: 238]
Empire and Geography: The Borders of Byzantium [Session No: 603]
Enacting and Depicting Queenship [Session No: 1515]
Engaging the Crusades, I: Preaching and Receiving the Crusades [Session No: 1548]
Engaging the Crusades, II: Playing Crusaders [Session No: 1648]
Engaging the Crusades, III: Weaponizing the Crusades [Session No: 1748]
England and Scotland at Peace and War in the Later Middle Ages, I [Session No: 152]
England and Scotland at Peace and War in the Later Middle Ages, II [Session No: 252]
England and Scotland at Peace and War in the Later Middle Ages, III [Session No: 352]
England and Scotland at Peace and War in the Later Middle Ages, IV: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 452]
Equestrian Equipment [Session No: 608]
Establishing Law and Order in Late Medieval Life and Literature [Session No: 116]
Exegesis and Polemics in Late Antiquity: The Letters (and Writings) of Jerome and Augustine [Session No: 809]
Experience and Memory in Medieval Christian Polemics against Islam [Session No: 1128]
Exploring Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures: The MALMECC Project at the University of Oxford [Session No: 1554]
'Fake' Memories, Cross References, and Inconsistencies in Heroic Epics and Arthurian Romances [Session No: 1121]
Fame: Patrons and Memories in Byzantium, I [Session No: 142]
Fame: Patrons and Memories in Byzantium, II [Session No: 242]
Fame: Patrons and Memories in Byzantium, III [Session No: 342]
Fame: Patrons and Memories in Byzantium, IV [Session No: 542]
Female Abbatial Authority, I [Session No: 512]
Female Abbatial Authority, II: Gender, Documentary Culture, and Memory [Session No: 612]
Fiat iustitia: The Practice of Law inside and outside the Courts [Session No: 1636]
Fitting the Bill: Navigating Academic Job Applications - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 453]
Forging Collective Memories: Power, Violence, and Identities in Medieval Spain [Session No: 334]
Forging Family Identities [Session No: 1234]
Framing Murder in the Early Medieval Legal Imagination [Session No: 1724]
Franks and Merovingians: East and West [Session No: 118]
From Myth to Memory: The Lost Medieval Libraries of Chartres [Session No: 225]
Games and Visual Culture, I [Session No: 705]
Games and Visual Culture, II [Session No: 805]
Gears of Memory: Reading, Learning, and Writing in the Nunnery [Session No: 1726]
Gender Queering the Medieval: Trans and Non-Binary Narratives and Readings [Session No: 313]
Gender, Memory, and Worship: The Helfta Theologians Interpreting and Interpreted [Session No: 1526]
Gender, Networks, and Community in Legal Sources, I: Authorities and Minorities [Session No: 114]
Gender, Networks, and Community in Legal Sources, II: Words and Deeds [Session No: 214]
Gender, Networks, and Community in Legal Sources, III: Agency and Representation [Session No: 314]
Gender, Sexuality, and Memory [Session No: 1626]
Gentry Identity and Legacy, I: Administration and Gentility [Session No: 1106]
Gentry Identity and Legacy, II: Landscape and Architecture [Session No: 1309]
Global Practices of Memory and Exchange, I: Maritime Transfer and Communication in the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean, c. 1200-1550 [Session No: 1237]
Global Practices of Memory and Exchange, II: Acts of Remembering in Central European Towns and Cities, c. 1200-1550 [Session No: 1337]
Glossing Books, I: Glimpses into the Minds of Readers [Session No: 519]
Glossing Books, II: Teachers and Students Annotating Pages [Session No: 619]
Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading, I: Memory, Saints' Cults, and Healing [Session No: 532]
Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Reading, II: Memory, Saints' Cults, and Material Culture [Session No: 632]
Grand Narratives and Big Picture Medievalism [Session No: 752]
Graphic and Textual Communities: Between Memory and Identity, I [Session No: 734]
Graphic and Textual Communities: Between Memory and Identity, II [Session No: 834]
Hagiography, Landscape, and Memory in Medieval East Anglia and Scandinavia [Session No: 1623]
Heresy, Sin, and Forgotten Women [Session No: 1009]
Hermits, Monks, Friars: New Studies on Medieval Monasticism in Central Europe [Session No: 1541]
Heterodoxy and Apocalypse [Session No: 1109]
Historical European Martial Arts Studies: Practices, Contexts, and Narratives [Session No: 748]
Honour in Medieval Literature [Session No: 1553]
Honour, Family, and Collective Memory in England and Germany, 1250-1500: The Country and the City [Session No: 234]
Horrific Memories for Didactic Reasons [Session No: 1222]
Horses across Europe [Session No: 508]
Horses in Courtly Literature [Session No: 808]
Horses in the Orient [Session No: 1502]
Houses and Households [Session No: 802]
'I cannot live without books': Personal Libraries and Manuscripts [Session No: 1622]
Identity in the Medieval Adriatic Region [Session No: 1711]
Imperial Memories in Late Antiquity, I: The Memory of Roman Emperors [Session No: 1044]
Imperial Memories in Late Antiquity, II: Communal Memory of Late Antique Cities [Session No: 1144]
Imperial Memory Then and Now, I: Personal Agency in Byzantine Macedonia [Session No: 640]
Imperial Memory Then and Now, II: The Aftermath of Imperial Landscapes [Session No: 740]
Imperial Memory Then and Now, III: Empire, Geography, and Digital Humanities [Session No: 840]
Imperial Personnel in Late Antiquity: New Directions [Session No: 316]
In Honour of Richard Holt, I: An Englishman in Norway [Session No: 1533]
In Honour of Richard Holt, II: Townscapes and Urban Shapes [Session No: 1633]
In Honour of Richard Holt, III: Of Mills and Medieval Technology [Session No: 1733]
Integrating the Sasanians, I: Identities and Politics in Late Antique and Medieval Iran [Session No: 151]
Integrating the Sasanians, II: Past, Present, and Future in Late Antique and Medieval Iran [Session No: 251]
International Medieval Congress and Central European University, Being 25: Networks of Medieval Studies and Their Future - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 911]
Interpretations and Permanence in Medieval Art History Research [Session No: 1530]
Inventing Heroes, Reversing Legends, Constructing Facts: The Dynamics of Identity Shaping, I - Medieval Aspects [Session No: 1033]
Inventing Heroes, Reversing Legends, Constructing Facts: The Dynamics of Identity Shaping, II - The Mirror of Historiography [Session No: 1133]
Investing in Memory: Civic Endowments, Material Culture, and Urban Communities, I [Session No: 1037]
Investing in Memory: Civic Endowments, Material Culture, and Urban Communities, II [Session No: 1137]
Jerusalem Lost: The Memory of 1187 [Session No: 737]
Jousts and Pas d'Armes, I: Armour, Equipment, and Costume [Session No: 548]
Jousts and Pas d'Armes, II: Literary and Visual Sources [Session No: 648]
Justice, Rights, and Trade in Northern Europe [Session No: 1720]
Keynote Lecture 2018: Historical Present: Fake History, Material Culture, and Collective Misremembering (Language: English) [Session No: 699]
Keynote Lecture 2018: I Can't Remember the Middle Ages (Language: English) [Session No: 1199]
Keynote Lecture 2018: The Metaphors They Lived by: Verbal Imagery of Memory in the Middle Ages (Language: English) [Session No: 199]
Keynote Lectures 2018: But What Are YOU Remembering For? (Language: English), Mary J. Carruthers / Do Words Remember?: The Etymologist vs. the Vikings (Language: English), Richard Dance [Session No: 1]
Kingship, Court, and Society: The Reign of Henry VII, 1485-1509 [Session No: 815]
La cultura alfonsí como lugar de memoria: Literatura, saberes y poder monárquico [Session No: 121]
La Mémoire des Images: Beasts and Animals Changing through Contexts in the Middle Ages [Session No: 708]
Land and Sea in Italy [Session No: 1651]
Landscape Transformation and Representation [Session No: 602]
Late Medieval and Early Modern Aristocratic Memoirs [Session No: 1221]
Late Medieval Wills: Directions for Future Research - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 416]
Law and Memory in Western France, 1000-1300 [Session No: 1736]
Law, Finance, and the Written Record in the Western Mediterranean [Session No: 807]
Legal and Financial Rights in Late Medieval England [Session No: 1549]
Legal Texts and Their Users, I: Using Law in Medieval Europe [Session No: 516]
Legal Texts and Their Users, II: Past and Present in Medieval Canonistic Procedure [Session No: 616]
Legal Texts and Their Users, III: Law in Learning and Practice in the Later Middle Ages [Session No: 716]
Legitimacy through Wealth and Displays of Wealth in Medieval Europe [Session No: 1205]
LEME, I: The Making of Space in the Early Medieval West [Session No: 1201]
LEME, II: Thinking 'Crisis' in the Medieval West [Session No: 1301]
'Libro de la mia memoria': Memory in Dante [Session No: 1321]
Literary Approaches to Witnessing and Memory: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 420]
Literary Linguistic Approaches to Old English Texts [Session No: 1501]
Living by the Sea: Culture and Economy in the Later Middle Ages [Session No: 1551]
Looking Back on Classical Myths in Dante and Boccaccio [Session No: 1653]
Mammaries and Memory: Breasts in Medieval Culture and Society [Session No: 1308]
Manipulating Memory: Chronicles as Reconstructions of the Past [Session No: 1339]
Manus-On Manuscripts, I: Visual Collation - A Workshop [Session No: 553]
Manus-On Manuscripts, II: Digital Editing Methods - A Workshop [Session No: 653]
Manus-On Manuscripts, III: Digital Platforms as Pedagogical and Research Tools - A Workshop [Session No: 753]
Mappings, I: Maps in Communication with (Other) Texts [Session No: 349]
Mappings, II: Functions of Memory on Maps [Session No: 1638]
Mappings, III: (Re)contextualising Maps [Session No: 1738]
Marginalisation and the Law: An Interdisciplinary Perspective - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1414]
Margins and the Marginalised in Medieval Manuscripts [Session No: 1505]
Markers of Identity in Medieval Georgia and Armenia [Session No: 502]
Marvels, Memory, and Place: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Medieval Landscapes [Session No: 145]
Masculine Journeys / Journeying Masculinities, I [Session No: 513]
Masculine Journeys / Journeying Masculinities, II [Session No: 613]
Masters and Disciples: Learning, Memorising, Remembering [Session No: 1122]
Material Culture and Landscapes, I: Memory and Manuscripts [Session No: 531]
Material Culture and Landscapes, II: Memory and the Sacred [Session No: 631]
Material Culture and Landscapes, III: Remembering Past Deeds [Session No: 731]
Material Culture and Landscapes, IV: Memory and Houses of Worship [Session No: 831]
Materiality and Religious Practice in Medieval Denmark [Session No: 1015]
Materiality and the Memory of Charlemagne in Medieval England [Session No: 1340]
Me, Myself, and I?: Constructing the Self in Art [Session No: 505]
Means and Methods of Remembrance [Session No: 1242]
Medical Recollections in Manuals and Manuscripts [Session No: 1325]
Medieval Arabic Scholarship [Session No: 1602]
Medieval Bodies Ignored, I: Humans and Animals [Session No: 1206]
Medieval Bodies Ignored, II: The Suffering Body [Session No: 1306]
Medieval Bodies: Human and Animal [Session No: 208]
Medieval Ecocriticisms, I: Wind, Water, Weather [Session No: 1649]
Medieval Ecocriticisms, II: Complicating Definitions of Humans and Nature [Session No: 1749]
Medieval Ethiopia, I: Muslims and Jews [Session No: 1052]
Medieval Ethiopia, II: Christians and Pagans [Session No: 1152]
Medieval Ethiopia, III: Religious Material Culture in Ethiopia [Session No: 1252]
Medieval Icelandic Farming, I: Milking the Landscape? [Session No: 751]
Medieval Icelandic Farming, II: Remember the Workers! [Session No: 851]
Medieval Images and the Makings of Social Identity [Session No: 605]
Medieval Models: Kings and Crusaders in Medieval England [Session No: 1243]
Medieval Monastic Memory in Word and Stone: A New Look at Religious Communities in England and Ireland [Session No: 1341]
Medieval Power and Letters, I: Religion and Letters [Session No: 1519]
Medieval Power and Letters, II: Plantagenet Power in the 13th Century [Session No: 1619]
Medieval Power and Letters, III: Danish Kingship and English Royal Women [Session No: 1719]
Medieval Provençal and Sephardi Texts between Secular Culture and Religion, I [Session No: 1507]
Medieval Provençal and Sephardi Texts between Secular Culture and Religion, II [Session No: 1607]
Medieval Publishing [Session No: 719]
Medieval Records and the National Archives: A Workshop [Session No: 1902]
Medievalism in 18th- and 19th-Century Literature in English [Session No: 1127]
Medievalism in 20th-Century Literature [Session No: 1227]
Medievalism: Memories of Medieval Literary Motifs, Figures, and Requisites in (Post) Modern Media [Session No: 1327]
Memorabilia of Antiquity: Remembering Ancient Writings in Medieval Texts [Session No: 1721]
Memoria (and MeMO) in Practice [Session No: 338]
Memoria and Metaphor [Session No: 1324]
Memoria, Mnemonics, and the Multisensory in Birgittine Monasticism: Observations from Neuroscience [Session No: 622]
Memories Have Gone to Our Heads: Constructing Memory around the Figures of the Medieval Head and Skull [Session No: 1322]
Memories of Christian Texts in Medieval Hagiography and Theology [Session No: 1510]
Memories of Clovis [Session No: 1140]
Memories of Empire [Session No: 540]
Memories of Heresy and Counter-Heresy, I: Time and Place [Session No: 1528]
Memories of Heresy and Counter-Heresy, II: Legal Records [Session No: 1628]
Memories of Heresy and Counter-Heresy, III: Textual Formation [Session No: 1728]
Memories of Jerusalem and the Holy Land in Medieval Britain [Session No: 637]
Memories of Martyrdom in Late Antiquity [Session No: 1544]
Memories of Nation, Medieval and Modern, I: Methods and Medieval Studies [Session No: 527]
Memories of Nation, Medieval and Modern, II: National Medievalisms in the 20th Century [Session No: 627]
Memories of Nation, Medieval and Modern, III: 19th-Century Nationalism and the Middle Ages [Session No: 727]
Memories of Nation, Medieval and Modern, IV: Medieval Nationalisms [Session No: 827]
Memories of Nation, Medieval and Modern, V: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 927]
Memories of Royal Power [Session No: 1040]
Memories of the Anglo-Saxon Mission [Session No: 229]
Memories of the Roman Past in 5th- and 6th-Century North Africa [Session No: 1744]
Memories of War: Understanding Medieval Military History [Session No: 1642]
Memorising and Remembering in the Middle Ages: Philosophical Approaches [Session No: 747]
Memorising Time: The Cisiojanus as a Complex Storage of Pre-Modern Memory [Session No: 136]
Memory and 6th-Century Gaul, I: Remembering Saints and Heretics [Session No: 1244]
Memory and 6th-Century Gaul, II: Remembering the Merovingians [Session No: 1344]
Memory and Community, I [Session No: 131]
Memory and Community, II [Session No: 231]
Memory and Community, III [Session No: 331]
Memory and Conflict [Session No: 1730]
Memory and Conquest: The Normans in the South [Session No: 224]
Memory and First Encounters: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 945]
Memory and Hospitals, I: Biographies, Politics, and Ideologies of Charity [Session No: 732]
Memory and Hospitals, II: Archives, Written Records, Iconographic Evidences [Session No: 832]
Memory and Identity in High Medieval Canterbury [Session No: 1734]
Memory and Identity in Medieval Monasteries [Session No: 702]
Memory and Inquisitio, I: Miracles, Healings, and Malefactors [Session No: 541]
Memory and Inquisitio, II: Recollecting and Recording [Session No: 848]
Memory and Knowledge in Petrus Hispanus [Session No: 1055]
Memory and Material Culture in Earlier Medieval English Texts [Session No: 620]
Memory and Memoria: The Dead Can't Defend Themselves or, How Archives Create Portraits of Personalities [Session No: 346]
Memory and Mental Health [Session No: 1725]
Memory and Methodology: Anchoritic Legacies and Historical Reconstruction [Session No: 1741]
Memory and Migrations, I: Impact of the Memorable [Session No: 245]
Memory and Migrations, II: Places of Memory [Session No: 345]
Memory and Myth: Remembering Medieval Ireland and Its Neighbours, I - Community Identity [Session No: 525]
Memory and Myth: Remembering Medieval Ireland and Its Neighbours, II - Representation and Misremembering [Session No: 625]
Memory and Myth: Remembering Medieval Ireland and Its Neighbours, III - Crafting Administrative Memory [Session No: 725]
Memory and Myth: Remembering Medieval Ireland and Its Neighbours, IV - Historiography on the Borders [Session No: 825]
Memory and the Bolstering of Political and Ecclesiastical Authority [Session No: 1550]
Memory and the Construction of History [Session No: 239]
Memory and the Construction of Mendicant Sanctity [Session No: 1523]
Memory and the Materiality of Medieval Texts, I: Codices and Communities [Session No: 135]
Memory and the Materiality of Medieval Texts, II: Books and Beyond [Session No: 235]
Memory and the Materiality of Medieval Texts, III: (Pseudo-) Prophecies as Future Memory in Medieval Historiography and Hagiography [Session No: 335]
Memory as a Tool in Medieval Art: Creation, Depiction, and Heritage [Session No: 730]
Memory Depicted, I [Session No: 530]
Memory Depicted, II [Session No: 630]
Memory in 11th-Century Historiography [Session No: 1539]
Memory in Chrétien de Troyes [Session No: 1021]
Memory in Late Medieval Faculty Psychology [Session No: 647]
Memory in Local Religious Spaces [Session No: 129]
Memory in Malory and Related Romances [Session No: 820]
Memory in Old Norse Literature [Session No: 1621]
Memory in Performance [Session No: 824]
Memory in Runes and Community [Session No: 706]
Memory in the Angevin World [Session No: 339]
Memory in Thomas Aquinas [Session No: 347]
Memory in Tolkien's Medievalism, I [Session No: 127]
Memory in Tolkien's Medievalism, II [Session No: 227]
Memory of Death, Memory after Death: Salvation, Church, and Money in the Hanseatic Zone [Session No: 1747]
Memory of Trauma and Disease [Session No: 1625]
Memory Strategies in Wolfram von Eschenbach [Session No: 721]
Memory Theatre, I: Shaping Memory through Theatre [Session No: 524]
Memory Theatre, II: Theatrical Memento [Session No: 624]
Memory, Community, and Authority in Medieval Iberia: From Peripheries to Cities [Session No: 1537]
Memory, Eternity, and the Divine in Medieval Theology [Session No: 147]
Memory, Identity, and Emotions in Medieval Welsh Monasteries [Session No: 1634]
Memory, Images, and Magic in 15th-Century Art and Humanistic Thought [Session No: 1025]
Memory, Landscape, and Heritage: Encountering the Medieval in the Present - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 854]
Memory, Settlement, and Landscape, I: Landscape and Memory [Session No: 1131]
Memory, Settlement, and Landscape, II: Buildings and Memory [Session No: 1231]
Memory, Settlement, and Landscape, III: People, Places, and Memory [Session No: 1331]
Memory, the Material, and the Middle Ages, I [Session No: 1531]
Memory, the Material, and the Middle Ages, II [Session No: 1631]
Memory, the Material, and the Middle Ages, III [Session No: 1731]
Memory: The CARMEN Reading Room - A Workshop [Session No: 853]
Mind over Matter: Debates about Relics as Sacred Objects, c. 350- c. 1150 [Session No: 1211]
Mining the Mother Lode: Making New Use of Regests and Registers [Session No: 1153]
Minor Annals, I: Alternative Voices in Frankish Historiography [Session No: 248]
Minor Annals, II: Problems and Perspectives [Session No: 348]
Mnemonic Diagrams in Late Medieval Preaching and Pedagogy [Session No: 122]
Mnemonic Verses and Devices [Session No: 522]
Mnemonics in Word and Image, I [Session No: 222]
Mnemonics in Word and Image, II [Session No: 322]
Modern and Medieval Trans and Genderqueer Subjects: Touching Across Time - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 926]
Modes of Remembrance in High Medieval Germany [Session No: 1139]
Monarchy and Memory, I: Kingship and Memory in the British Isles [Session No: 140]
Monarchy and Memory, II: Queenship and Memory in Western Europe [Session No: 240]
Monarchy and Memory, III: Remembering Monarchs in the Modern Era [Session No: 340]
Monarchy and Memory, IV: Gone But Not Forgotten? - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 440]
Monastic Memories and Narratives: Remembering, Recording, Re-Interpreting [Session No: 1241]
Monasticon Aquitaniae, the Mont Saint-Michel Project, MILBRETEUR (l'an Mil en Bretagne et en Europe): Three New Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Projects - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 554]
Monstrous Medievalism: Toxic Appropriations of the Middle Ages in Modern Popular Culture and Thought [Session No: 1349]
Monuments and Memory: New Research at English Heritage [Session No: 1032]
Monuments and Mitres [Session No: 1138]
Mortes, Memory, and Retraction [Session No: 720]
Moving Byzantium, I: Methods, Tools, and Concepts across Disciplines [Session No: 1003]
Moving Byzantium, II: The Movement of Manuscripts [Session No: 1103]
Moving Byzantium, III: The Geographic Mobility of People, Objects, and Ideas [Session No: 1203]
Moving Byzantium, IV: Social Mobility and the Byzantine World [Session No: 1303]
Moving Goods and People in Medieval England and France [Session No: 1305]
Music and Liturgy in the Early Middle Ages [Session No: 1012]
Music and Memory in Monastic Contexts [Session No: 1654]
Music, History, and Representation in the 13th and 14th Centuries [Session No: 1212]
Music, Manuscripts, and Practice in the 14th and 15th Centuries [Session No: 1312]
Mystical Memories, I: Mystics Remembered [Session No: 130]
Mystical Memories, II: Is the Memory Mystical? - Reflections on Mind and Body [Session No: 230]
Mystical Memories, III: How Mystics Remember Hagiography and Literary Motifs [Session No: 330]
Mystical Memories, IV: Mystics, Memory, and Methodology - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 430]
Mysticism and Hagiography [Session No: 1610]
Mythical Figures, Legendary Characters, and Great Men in the So-Called Occult Sciences in Arabic, Hebrew, and Latin Medieval Texts [Session No: 551]
Myths and Mythologising in the Construction of History [Session No: 125]
Names as Memorials, I: Place-Names and Genealogies [Session No: 1024]
Names as Memorials, II: Saints, Pilgrims, and Children [Session No: 1124]
Narrative and Persuasive Tools in Late Antique Poetry [Session No: 1708]
Network Analysis for Medieval Studies, I: Network Analysis of Medieval Charters [Session No: 112]
Network Analysis for Medieval Studies, II: The Dynamics of Medieval Political and Personal Networks [Session No: 212]
Network Analysis for Medieval Studies, III: Networks of Manuscripts, Authors, and Authorities [Session No: 312]
New Approaches to a Climate History of the 13th and 14th Century: Tipping Points and Extreme Events [Session No: 301]
New Approaches to Manuscripts and Libraries [Session No: 216]
New Approaches to the Third Crusade, I [Session No: 1204]
New Approaches to the Third Crusade, II [Session No: 1304]
New Directions in Crusade Studies, I [Session No: 1004]
New Directions in Crusade Studies, II [Session No: 1104]
New Directions in Frankish Studies: In Honour of Paul Fouracre - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1418]
New Directions in Medieval Confession, I: Latin Confession [Session No: 509]
New Directions in Medieval Confession, II: Vernacular Confession [Session No: 609]
New Perspectives in Old Norse Memory Studies [Session No: 333]
New Perspectives on Medieval Combat and Weaponry [Session No: 1147]
New Perspectives on the Study of Icelandic Sagas and Manuscripts [Session No: 1722]
New Perspectives on the Uses of Biblical Exegesis [Session No: 510]
New Perspectives on Women and Justice: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 914]
New Perspectives on Women in Medieval Romance, I: Rediscovering Forgotten Women [Session No: 1213]
New Perspectives on Women in Medieval Romance, II: Memory and Lineage [Session No: 1313]
New Perspectives on Women in Medieval Romance, III: (Dis)Abling Bodies [Session No: 1513]
New Perspectives on Women in Medieval Romance, IV: Desire and Queer Identities [Session No: 1613]
New Studies on Historiographical Manuscripts, I: Historians at Work [Session No: 1606]
New Studies on Historiographical Manuscripts, II: Readers and Users [Session No: 1706]
'New' Tolkien: Expanding the Canon [Session No: 311]
New Voices in Anglo-Saxon Studies, I [Session No: 604]
New Voices in Anglo-Saxon Studies, II [Session No: 704]
New Voices Lecture: Transgender Lives in Byzantium (Language: English) [Session No: 901]
Newsgathering and History in the High to Late Middle Ages [Session No: 819]
Norman Women Rulers, I: Memory, Myth, and Damnation [Session No: 1026]
Norman Women Rulers, II: Countesses to Queens in Southern Italian Memory [Session No: 1126]
Nothing More than Feelings?: The History of Emotions in Relation to Children, Royalty, and Walter Hilton [Session No: 738]
Nothing New!: Heritage, Memory, and Identity in the Middle Ages, I [Session No: 534]
Nothing New!: Heritage, Memory, and Identity in the Middle Ages, II [Session No: 634]
'Once upon a time…': Veiled Memories and Vanished Powers [Session No: 1125]
Orality and Text [Session No: 319]
Pain and Memory in the Middle Ages [Session No: 1525]
Papers in Honour of Debby Banham, I: Anglo-Saxon Agriculture - Women, Royalty, and Food [Session No: 102]
Papers in Honour of Debby Banham, II: Anglo-Saxon Medicine and Agriculture - Text and Practice [Session No: 202]
Papers in Honour of Debby Banham, III: Anglo-Saxon Medicine - Vocabulary, Anatomy, and Conditions [Session No: 302]
Partnerships of Power in the High Middle Ages [Session No: 1735]
Pastors of All Kinds: Adapting Pastoral Care for Local Needs across England, France, and Germany [Session No: 206]
Pauline Stafford's Queens, Concubines, and Dowagers 35 Years Later: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1450]
Peace, Power, and Portrayal: Kingship in the 12th and 13th Centuries [Session No: 1508]
Per Corpora: What Corpus for Medieval Studies? [Session No: 1253]
Perambulating the Book: 'Manuscript Architecture' and Memory [Session No: 1522]
Perceptions of Identity in Medieval Chronicles [Session No: 1134]
Pewter, Parchment, and Pixels: New Perspectives on Pilgrim and Secular Badges [Session No: 1115]
Pilgrim Knights: Remembering Independent Crusading [Session No: 1143]
Pilgrim Libraries, I: History and Memory in Pilgrimage Literature [Session No: 144]
Pilgrim Libraries, II: Remembering Pilgrimage and Pilgrims [Session No: 244]
Place and Memory: The St Thomas Way Project and Medieval Pilgrimage Today [Session No: 1027]
Poets, Warriors, and Virgins: Remembering Women in Medievalist Literature [Session No: 1713]
Political and Liturgical Memory in the Central Middle Ages [Session No: 847]
Political Struggles, Political Memories [Session No: 842]
Post-Roman Gallaecia: Power, Religion, and Territory [Session No: 117]
Power and Authority: The Remembrance, Legitimisation, and Exercise of Power in the Norman South [Session No: 1342]
Power, Memory, and Written Record in Medieval Spain, I: Creation and Recreation of Memory in Local Communities and Towns [Session No: 535]
Power, Memory, and Written Record in Medieval Spain, II: Memory and Record Keeping [Session No: 635]
Power, Memory, and Written Record in Medieval Spain, III: The Construction and Transmission of Royal Memory in Castile [Session No: 735]
Power, Memory, and Written Record in Medieval Spain, IV: Conflicting Memories and the Appropriation of the Past [Session No: 835]
Power, Mercy, and Memory: Royal and Princely Pardons in the Late Middle Ages [Session No: 1542]
Practical Medicine: Assuming and Aiding Memory [Session No: 1225]
Princes and Earls: Aspects of Lordship and the Realities of Power in the 13th Century [Session No: 1353]
Proprietary Memories: Notitiae-Inventories in Early Medieval Iberia, I [Session No: 1235]
Proprietary Memories: Notitiae-Inventories in Early Medieval Iberia, II [Session No: 1335]
Proprietary Memories: Notitiae-Inventories in Early Medieval Iberia, III - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1435]
Public Medievalism and The Public Medievalist [Session No: 1249]
Public Medievalism for Social Change: A Workshop [Session No: 1801]
Racism and Medievalism beyond the Contemporary US [Session No: 852]
Racism and Nationalism in Medieval Studies and in Medievalism: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1454]
Rebellion and Reconciliation in Angevin Family Politics, c. 1103-1152 [Session No: 1514]
Reclaiming the Middle Ages for Africa, I: From Nubia to Ethiopia [Session No: 123]
Reclaiming the Middle Ages for Africa, II: Medieval Mali and the Indian Ocean [Session No: 223]
Recollecting Medieval Artefacts: A Global Perspective [Session No: 1142]
Re-Constructing a Fragmentary Inter-Scandinavian Library: Nordic and International Collaboration in Parchment Fragment Research - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1054]
Reconstructing and Conserving the Medieval Past [Session No: 1750]
Reconstructing the Medieval Horse: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 908]
Record, Memory, and the Making of History, I: Religion on the Record [Session No: 1535]
Record, Memory, and the Making of History, II: Law and Administration [Session No: 1635]
Re-Enactment and Medieval Studies, I: Martial Arts [Session No: 149]
Re-Enactment and Medieval Studies, II: Problems and Potential [Session No: 249]
Re-Enactment and Medieval Studies, III: Problems and Potential - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1354]
Reframing the Legal and Historical Past in Late Medieval Scotland [Session No: 804]
Regional History as a Decisive Indicator of Social Change: Franconia in the Middle Ages [Session No: 307]
Registering the Past: Sources and Methods for the Study of Episcopal Memory and Memorialization [Session No: 641]
Relations between Clerics and Monks in Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages [Session No: 718]
Relationships between Peasants and Lords [Session No: 838]
Religious Art as a Reflection of Contemporary Concerns [Session No: 1729]
Religious Knowledge and Memory, I: Actualisation of Religious Knowledge [Session No: 1228]
Religious Knowledge and Memory, II: 'False' and 'Fake' Remembrance [Session No: 1328]
Religious Memory in Early Medieval Europe [Session No: 344]
Religious Memory in Late Medieval Utrecht [Session No: 1329]
Religious Praxis and Pastoral Care in Early Medieval Iberia, I: Liturgy [Session No: 1604]
Religious Praxis and Pastoral Care in Early Medieval Iberia, II: Learning [Session No: 1704]
Remaking the Past in 1483 and 1951: Cursing, Caxton, and the York Cycle Drama [Session No: 1627]
'Remember me when I am gone': Methods of Personal Commemoration [Session No: 1247]
Remembering (and Forgetting) in Chaucerian Verse [Session No: 1520]
Remembering Admonitio: Episcopal Criticism of Rulers in the Middle Ages, I [Session No: 141]
Remembering Admonitio: Episcopal Criticism of Rulers in the Middle Ages, II [Session No: 241]
Remembering Admonitio: Episcopal Criticism of Rulers in the Middle Ages, III [Session No: 341]
Remembering and Forgetting the Ancient City, I: The Physical City [Session No: 137]
Remembering and Forgetting the Ancient City, II: Being a City [Session No: 237]
Remembering and Forgetting the Ancient City, III: Urban Myths [Session No: 337]
Remembering and Misremembering the Islamic World, I [Session No: 728]
Remembering and Misremembering the Islamic World, II [Session No: 828]
Remembering Charlemagne and Merovingian Queens in Medieval and Modern Historiography [Session No: 1240]
Remembering Chivalry, I: Spectacle and Display [Session No: 1046]
Remembering Chivalry, II: Battlefield Conduct [Session No: 1146]
Remembering Chivalry, III: Faith and Faithfulness [Session No: 1246]
Remembering Chivalry, IV: Forgetting Chivalric Selves and Sites [Session No: 1346]
Remembering Chivalry, V: Chivalry in Modern Scholarship - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1446]
Remembering Christ's Life in the 15th-Century Low Countries [Session No: 1229]
Remembering Communities in Early Medieval Europe, I: Memory and Authority [Session No: 1233]
Remembering Communities in Early Medieval Europe, II: Memory and Geography [Session No: 1333]
Remembering Constantinople in the 15th Century [Session No: 537]
Remembering Gifts [Session No: 1629]
Remembering Holy Bodies in the 12th and 13th Centuries [Session No: 323]
Remembering Jerusalem in Central Europe [Session No: 246]
Remembering Melody with and without Notation [Session No: 124]
Remembering Our Prayers in Medieval Devotional Literature [Session No: 1224]
Remembering Penance, Ghosts, and Emotions in the Middle Ages [Session No: 529]
Remembering Robin Hood: Representation and Adaptation in the Post-Medieval Outlaw Tradition [Session No: 1620]
Remembering Romance [Session No: 821]
Remembering Saints in Text and Image [Session No: 1723]
Remembering Shared Rituals and Identities in the Medieval Mediterranean and Africa [Session No: 1534]
Remembering the Anglo-Saxon Past: Places, People, Legacies [Session No: 1639]
Remembering the Crusades: The Legacy of the Baltic Crusades in the Late Middle Ages [Session No: 1043]
Remembering the Northern English Saints, I: Buildings and Bodies [Session No: 723]
Remembering the Northern English Saints, II: Text and Gender [Session No: 823]
Remembering the Northern English Saints, III: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 923]
Remembering the Other in Islamic History [Session No: 1028]
Remembering the 'Other' Virtues: The Importance of Non-Cardinal and Non-Theological Virtues in Medieval Life [Session No: 1002]
Remembering the Past after the Carolingian Empire, I: Liturgy and Auctoritas [Session No: 539]
Remembering the Past after the Carolingian Empire, II: Learning and Liturgy [Session No: 639]
Remembering the Past after the Carolingian Empire, III: Memories of Rule, Acts of Authority [Session No: 739]
Remembering the Past after the Carolingian Empire, IV: Myths and Memories [Session No: 839]
Remembering the Saints, I: The Formation and Revision of Memory [Session No: 1023]
Remembering the Saints, II: Forgotten and Ephemeral Saints [Session No: 1123]
Remembering the Saints, III: Creating and Adapting Memory in the Late Antique Mediterranean [Session No: 1223]
Remembering the Saints, IV: Creating and Adapting Memory in Early Medieval England and Wales [Session No: 1323]
Remembering the Troubadours in the Crown of Aragon: Mapping, Manuscripts, and Narrative [Session No: 221]
Remembering the Viking Age around the Irish Sea, I: International Identities [Session No: 133]
Remembering the Viking Age around the Irish Sea, II: Ecclesiastical Encounters [Session No: 233]
Remembering Travels, Travelling in Memories, I [Session No: 545]
Remembering Travels, Travelling in Memories, II [Session No: 645]
Remembering Troy in the Middle Ages, I: Origin Stories and Identity Formation [Session No: 1020]
Remembering Troy in the Middle Ages, II: Socio-Political Considerations [Session No: 1120]
Remembering Troy in the Middle Ages, III: (Re)Narrating Heroes [Session No: 1220]
Remembering Troy in the Middle Ages, IV: Cultural Memory beyond Borders [Session No: 1320]
Remembering Women [Session No: 113]
Remembering, Reminding, Forgetting: Legal Memory in European Writing [Session No: 1536]
Representations of Memory, Identity, and Nobility in Medieval Europe [Session No: 1334]
Reputation, Emotion, and Remembering Death and Illness [Session No: 1047]
Residual Orality in Medieval Eastern European Christian Epic Poetry: Patterns of Composition and Transmission [Session No: 1608]
Rethinking Agency, I: Reading Women [Session No: 1110]
Rethinking Agency, II: Reading Jews [Session No: 1210]
Rethinking Agency, III: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1310]
Rethinking Reform: New Interpretations of Ecclesiastical Reform, 900-1150 - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 954]
Re-Thinking the Aristocracy in Capetian France, I: Aristocratic Identities [Session No: 515]
Re-Thinking the Aristocracy in Capetian France, II: Aristocracy and Monarchy [Session No: 615]
Re-Thinking the Aristocracy in Capetian France, III: Regulating the Aristocracy [Session No: 715]
Re-Thinking the Aristocracy in Capetian France, IV: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 915]
Revenants and Chthonic Memories in Middle English Literature [Session No: 120]
Rome in the Early Medieval Memory [Session No: 1644]
Royal Marriages, I: Royal Marriages in Perspective - Permanencies and Changes through Time and Space [Session No: 1014]
Royal Marriages, II: The Long Path to a Proper Royal Wedding [Session No: 1114]
Royal Marriages, III: Political Strategy and Diplomacy through Royal Marriages [Session No: 1214]
Royal Marriages, IV: Royal Marriages and Memory [Session No: 1314]
Royal Saints in Post-Reformation Historiography [Session No: 1710]
Sanctifying the Crip, Cripping the Sacred: Disability, Holiness, and Embodied Knowledge [Session No: 1108]
Save the Date!: Conflicting Ideas about the Quality of Time in Memory and for Prognosis, I [Session No: 536]
Save the Date!: Conflicting Ideas about the Quality of Time in Memory and for Prognosis, II [Session No: 636]
Saving and Transforming Sound Memories: Motivations, Strategies, Techniques [Session No: 353]
Saving Memories?: Salvation and Remembrance [Session No: 629]
Scholastic Medicine [Session No: 1008]
Scientific Thought: Medieval and Modern [Session No: 651]
Scientific, Empirical, Biblical, and Hagiographical Knowledge in the Middle Ages, I: Astronomy, Computus, and Medicine [Session No: 150]
Scientific, Empirical, Biblical, and Hagiographical Knowledge in the Middle Ages, II: Water and Sea between Science and Religion [Session No: 250]
Scientific, Empirical, Biblical, and Hagiographical Knowledge in the Middle Ages, III: Saints, Scripture, and Liturgy [Session No: 350]
Scrutinising Scripture: Sacred and Seminal [Session No: 1709]
Selective Recall: Memory as Decision-Making Resource [Session No: 1739]
Settlements, Natural Resources, and Economy: New Studies about Medieval Central Europe [Session No: 1751]
Shaping the Past after the Carolingian Empire, I: Regino of Prüm [Session No: 1517]
Shaping the Past after the Carolingian Empire, II: Ideals, Place, and Space [Session No: 1617]
Shaping the Past after the Carolingian Empire, III: Material Culture and Rulership [Session No: 1717]
Sharing Books, Sharing Memories: Book Fragments Illuminating Inter-European Connections [Session No: 119]
Sharing Spaces: Uses and Functions of Medieval Buildings and Monuments [Session No: 1332]
Sharp Thinking, I: Early Medieval Swords Laid to Rest [Session No: 1643]
Sharp Thinking, II: Early Medieval Swords Put to the Test [Session No: 1743]
'Sing and cry, "Valhalla, I am coming!"': Nationalism and Internationalism in Viking Metal Music [Session No: 1049]
Six Hundred Years, 1418-2018: Thrilling Memories of Oswald von Wolkenstein and the Council of Constance [Session No: 1239]
Slings and Arrows: Homosocial Narratives of Desire, I [Session No: 713]
Slings and Arrows: Homosocial Narratives of Desire, II [Session No: 813]
'Something wicked this way comes'?: Memories of Magicians and Witches [Session No: 325]
Symbolism and Castles, I: Designs of Innovation, Imagination, and Romance [Session No: 205]
Symbolism and Castles, II: Landscapes of Chivalry and Romance [Session No: 305]
Symbolism and Castles, III: Gender, Space, and Time - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 405]
Teaching the Crusades in an Age of White Nationalism: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 254]
Teaching the European Middle Ages outside the Global West - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1154]
Technology and the 'Memory' of Medieval Art and Architecture, I: Materials [Session No: 518]
Technology and the 'Memory' of Medieval Art and Architecture, II: Models [Session No: 618]
Texts and Artefacts in Early Christian Britain and Ireland [Session No: 1030]
Texts and the Transmission of Scientific and Biblical Knowledge [Session No: 1042]
Textual Memories: Exploring Identity in Late Medieval Wills [Session No: 1034]
The Academic Work-Life Imbalance: Tips and Techniques for Managing Graduate School and Your Personal Life - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 953]
The Afterlife of Antique Pagan and Christian Religion in Asia Minor and Beyond during the Byzantine Period [Session No: 1010]
The After-Lives of Medieval Manuscripts: New Digital Approaches [Session No: 1506]
The Anglo-Saxon Poetic Tradition, I [Session No: 1001]
The Anglo-Saxon Poetic Tradition, II [Session No: 1101]
The Art of Memory, I [Session No: 722]
The Art of Memory, II [Session No: 822]
The Body Performed and Disciplined: Dominican Preaching On Penance in the City [Session No: 1650]
The Castellanies of Medieval Savoy and Their Rolls of Accounts [Session No: 1031]
The Centre and the Periphery: Aspects of Correlation and Co-Dependency of Religious, Political, and Cultural Matters [Session No: 1111]
The Chronicling of Conquest in the Norman South [Session No: 324]
The Construction and Use of Memory in Medieval Scandinavian Narratives [Session No: 1521]
The Construction of Sacred Memory in Gothic Spaces [Session No: 1330]
The Contexts of Funeral Monuments [Session No: 1538]
The 'Conti' Popes in Action [Session No: 1007]
The Fall of Angels in Orthodox and Heterodox Biblical Exegesis [Session No: 709]
The Future of MeMO and Memoria Studies - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 438]
The German Hanse: Well-Remembered, Little Understood [Session No: 1105]
The 'Grey Popes': Lucius III (1181-1185), Urban III (1185-1187), Gregory VIII (1187), and Clement III (1187-1191), I [Session No: 1107]
The 'Grey Popes': Lucius III (1181-1185), Urban III (1185-1187), Gregory VIII (1187), and Clement III (1187-1191), II [Session No: 1207]
The Influence of Jacopo da Varagine's Legenda aurea on Homiletics and Hagiography in Later Medieval Europe [Session No: 210]
The Late Antique Empress, I: Imperial Women between Court Politics and 'Barbarian' Kings [Session No: 218]
The Late Antique Empress, II: How to Read, Write, and View Imperial Women [Session No: 318]
The Lives of the Medieval Popes: Memory and Construction [Session No: 741]
The Lombard Warrior Reconsidered [Session No: 1117]
The Materiality of Inter-Faith Relations and Memories across and beyond the Mediterranean [Session No: 607]
The Meaning of Memories and Identities in Renaissance Florence [Session No: 1737]
The Medieval Jewish Craftsmen: Fact or Fiction? [Session No: 146]
The Medieval Law Courts, I: London Litigation [Session No: 1516]
The Medieval Law Courts, II: Law in the Localities [Session No: 1616]
The Medieval Law Courts, III: The Inns of Court [Session No: 1716]
The Meditationes Vitae Christi and Visual Constructions of Memory, I [Session No: 1029]
The Meditationes Vitae Christi and Visual Constructions of Memory, II [Session No: 1129]
The Memory of the Crusades, I: Godfrey, Louis, and the Sultan Remembered [Session No: 543]
The Memory of the Crusades, II: National Memories, Crusading Projections [Session No: 643]
The Memory of the Crusades, III: Historiographical Echoes [Session No: 743]
The Memory of the Crusades, IV: Reputation and Diffusion [Session No: 843]
The Memory of War in Hungary [Session No: 1347]
The Militarisation of Early Medieval Societies: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 947]
The Origins, Effects, and Memory of Caroline Minuscule, I [Session No: 717]
The Origins, Effects, and Memory of Caroline Minuscule, II [Session No: 817]
The People of Medieval London: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 654]
The Politics of Time in Anglo-Saxon England [Session No: 501]
The Polonsky Foundation England and France Project: Constructing Memory through Manuscripts, 8th-12th Centuries [Session No: 638]
The Polonsky Foundation England and France Project: Manuscripts from the British Library and the Bibliothèque nationale de France, 700-1200 - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 938]
The Premonstratensians and Scripture [Session No: 1609]
The Present of the Past: The Merovingian and Carolingian Legacy in the Later Middle Ages [Session No: 1039]
The Self in Social Spaces: Representations and Conceptualisations in Textual and Material Culture of Medieval Scandinavia [Session No: 1209]
The Seven Sages of Rome in Europe: The Old French Roman des Sept Sages de Rome and Its Translations in Medieval Latin, English, German, and Dutch, I [Session No: 514]
The Seven Sages of Rome in Europe: The Old French Roman des Sept Sages de Rome and Its Translations in Medieval Latin, English, German, and Dutch, II [Session No: 614]
The Siculo-Norman Legacy: Archaeology, Art, and Architecture [Session No: 1702]
The Significance of the Middle Ages for the Construction of Masculinity in the 19th and Early 20th Century [Session No: 1614]
The Social Significance of Memoria: Commemoration of the Dead in Urban and Noble Environments [Session No: 1254]
The Transformation of the Carolingian World, I [Session No: 1217]
The Transformation of the Carolingian World, II [Session No: 1317]
The Whole Is More than the Sum of Its Parts: Studying Medieval Legal Compilations [Session No: 1149]
Those First Lessons: Remembering Schooling and Education in the Middle Ages [Session No: 1022]
Through a Mirror Darkly: Late Medieval English Dream Visions [Session No: 1102]
Time in Medieval Europe, I: The English Perspective [Session No: 736]
Time in Medieval Europe, II: The Continental Perspective - Remembering the Future, 11th and 12th Centuries [Session No: 836]
Time, Science, and the Body in the Anglo-Norman World: Durham Cathedral Library, MS Hunter 100 and Its Contexts, IV - Models and Modes [Session No: 1348]
Time, Science, and the Body in the Anglo-Norman World: Durham, Cathedral Library, MS Hunter 100 and Its Contexts, I - Networks and Connections [Session No: 1048]
Time, Science, and the Body in the Anglo-Norman World: Durham, Cathedral Library, MS Hunter 100 and Its Contexts, II - Science, History, and Imagination [Session No: 1148]
Time, Science, and the Body in the Anglo-Norman World: Durham, Cathedral Library, MS Hunter 100 and Its Contexts, III - Illustration by Design [Session No: 1248]
To Leave a Mark in Memory: Polish and Pomeranian Duchesses in the Struggle for Political Influence and Power in the Middle Ages [Session No: 1511]
Tolkien in Context(s): A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 949]
Tolkien: Medieval Roots and Modern Branches, I [Session No: 749]
Tolkien: Medieval Roots and Modern Branches, II [Session No: 849]
Total Recall: Bishops Remembered in Medieval Practice and Modern Historiography [Session No: 1529]
Towards Market Integration: Central Concepts in Pre-Modern Economic History [Session No: 1005]
Traces of Memory in the Western Mediterranean, I: Landscape and Underground Memory [Session No: 546]
Traces of Memory in the Western Mediterranean, II: Monastic Memory [Session No: 646]
Traces of Memory in the Western Mediterranean, III: Public and Private Memory [Session No: 746]
Traces of Memory in the Western Mediterranean, IV: Institutional Memory [Session No: 846]
Tracing the Jerusalem Code, I: Remembering Jerusalem in Scandinavian Parish Churches [Session No: 506]
Tracing the Jerusalem Code, II: Travelling Memories and Sacralisation of Landscape [Session No: 606]
Transcultural Approaches to the Bible: Exegesis and Historical Writing in the Medieval Worlds, I [Session No: 109]
Transcultural Approaches to the Bible: Exegesis and Historical Writing in the Medieval Worlds, II [Session No: 209]
Transcultural Approaches to the Bible: Exegesis and Historical Writing in the Medieval Worlds, III [Session No: 309]
Transformations of Power: Sessions in Honour of Paul Fouracre, I - From the Merovingians to the Carolingians [Session No: 818]
Transformations of Power: Sessions in Honour of Paul Fouracre, II - The Power of Saints [Session No: 1018]
Transformations of Power: Sessions in Honour of Paul Fouracre, III - Communication, Consensus, and Exchange [Session No: 1118]
Transformations of Power: Sessions in Honour of Paul Fouracre, IV - Beyond Francia [Session No: 1218]
Troubling Concepts of Medieval Europe: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 754]
True Stories and Other Lies: Orally-Derived Historical Traditions in the Early Medieval British Isles [Session No: 1745]
Typologies of Conflict in High Medieval Europe, I [Session No: 1546]
Typologies of Conflict in High Medieval Europe, II [Session No: 1646]
Urban Literacy in Medieval Denmark [Session No: 219]
Visions of Community, I: Adventures in Comparison [Session No: 1318]
Visions of Community, II: Comparative Perspectives on Medieval Biographical Collections [Session No: 1518]
Visions of Community, III: Tales of Two Cities - Urban Identities and Biographical Collections in the High Middle Ages [Session No: 1618]
Visions of Crusading and the Holy Land in Medieval England [Session No: 1053]
Visual Memory in the Late Antique and Byzantine World [Session No: 830]
Visual Memory: Art as a Reminder of the Past [Session No: 1605]
Visual Remembrance [Session No: 1130]
Voices of Law, I: Memory, Law, and Precedent [Session No: 1036]
Voices of Law, II: Memory, Orality, and Legal Performance [Session No: 1136]
Voices of Law, III: Memory, Textuality, and the Recording of the Law [Session No: 1236]
Voices of Law, IV: Memory, Language, and the (Re)Discovery of Law [Session No: 1336]
Vom mittelalterlichen Kriege: Clausewitzian Approaches in regards to Medieval War [Session No: 1718]
Warfare in Europe's Periphery: Iberia and Scandinavia, 12th-15th Centuries [Session No: 105]
Was There an 11th Century?, I: Institutions [Session No: 111]
Was There an 11th Century?, II: Ideas [Session No: 211]
Waterways in the Age of Charlemagne [Session No: 504]
West Meets East in Middle English Romance [Session No: 320]
Women and Justice, I: Negotiating Jurisdictions [Session No: 714]
Women and Justice, II: Negotiating Victimhood [Session No: 814]
Women and Surveillance in Medievalist Television and Cinema [Session No: 1013]
Women as Letter Writers and Scribes [Session No: 213]
Women, Memory, and Literacy: New Approaches [Session No: 1326]
Women, Memory, and Material Culture [Session No: 1226]
Women's Strategies of Memory, I: Trauma and Reconstruction [Session No: 126]
Women's Strategies of Memory, II: Visual Structures of Memory [Session No: 226]
Women's Strategies of Memory, III: Shaping the Political Landscape [Session No: 326]
Words, Origins, and Traditions in Earlier Medieval English Texts [Session No: 220]
World Heritage as Memory of the Middle Ages [Session No: 1132]
Writers and Their Audiences in the Middle Ages [Session No: 1302]
Writing and Performing Memory [Session No: 724]
You're so Ywain (You Probably Think This Romance Is About You): New Approaches to the Middle English Ywain and Gawain [Session No: 520]
Zikaron/Memoria: Jewish Memory and Jewish Community, I [Session No: 528]
Zikaron/Memoria: Jewish Memory and Jewish Community, II [Session No: 628]