Byzantine Prosopography: Still Evolving [Paper No: 639-b]
Byzantium and the Others: The Change of Elites in Byzantine Macedonia in the Wake of the Serbian Expansion, 14th Century [Paper No: 339-b]
Can Medievalists Save the World with Wikipedia? [Paper No: 1035-c]
Cartographic Aspects: Interactive Mapping of History and Cartographic Principles [Paper No: 239-c]
Change of Sovereignty in Justinian Ravenna in the 540s [Paper No: 339-a]
Color Literacy: What Every Medievalist Should Know Who Has Taken a Photo of a Manuscript with a Smartphone and Thought, It Might Be a Palimpsest [Paper No: 1639-b]
Crop Failures and Crises in Relation to Climate-Sensitive Tree-Ring Records in Medieval Finland and North-West Russia, 1100-1500 [Paper No: 836-b]
Crusaders to the Holy Land, 1095-1291: The Uses (and Abuses) of a Prosopographical Database [Paper No: 639-c]
De-Localising the Archive: Uses and Applications of IIIF for Medieval Manuscript Repositories [Paper No: 1739-c]
Describing Royal Estates [Paper No: 739-b]
Digital Collection, Evaluation, and Presentation of Archeological Data, Interpretations and Results: The Case Study of the Early Medieval Morava/Thaya Border Region [Paper No: 339-c]
Digitising the Digit: Imprint and the Lasting Impressions of Medieval Hands [Paper No: 318-a]
Editing Ælfric in the 21st Century: What's New About That? [Paper No: 701-b]
England's Immigrants, 1330-1550: Resources for the School and Examinations Curricula [Paper No: 642-c]
'Epidat': Database of Jewish Epigraphy [Paper No: 1104-a]
From Medieval Chronicles to Climate Indices: The Example of the Burgundian Low Countries in the 15th Century [Paper No: 736-a]
From Memoria to the Memory of the Turning Points of Life: Matricula-Online and HTR [Paper No: 139-a]
Gothic Italy: A (De)Militarised Society? - The Dark Side of Ethnic Identity [Paper No: 1540-b]
How to Digitise Genealogical Data with the OpenAtlas Software?: The Example of the Herzheimer Chronicle [Paper No: 239-b]
Image Processing Methods for Determining Visual Manuscript and Character Features [Paper No: 1639-c]
Interacting with Alfred's Soliloquies [Paper No: 701-c]
Josephus and the Church Fathers: By the Numbers [Paper No: 344-b]
Kinetic Empires: Nomadic Mobility, Environmental Change, and Imperial Formations between Byzantium and China, 6th-9th Centuries [Paper No: 809-a]
Kısmet Press: A Case Study in Open Access Publishing [Paper No: 1135-a]
Leaving an Imprint: Finding Common Ground with Forensic Scientists [Paper No: 642-b]
Legal Language in Langland [Paper No: 102-b]
Manuscript Cataloguing in a Digital Age [Paper No: 1739-b]
Mapping Maritime Cultures: The Early Medieval Irish Sea Region [Paper No: 1613-c]
Memoria and Self-Representation on the Example of Hans III Herzheimer [Paper No: 239-a]
Models of Authority: All About that Database [Paper No: 1539-a]
Morphological Influences in the Letters of Margaret Paston [Paper No: 528-c]
Navigating Medieval Spiritual Landscapes in the Age of Digital Humanities [Paper No: 231-a]
Necromancing the Archive [Paper No: 318-c]
Networking Heresy: A Comparative Approach to Religious Dissent in Late Medieval Languedoc [Paper No: 132-a]
Networks of Merchants in Byzantine Egypt: A Geographical Perspective [Paper No: 809-b]
Not My Type: A Computational Approach to Identifying Caxton's Compositors [Paper No: 243-c]
Ordering the Other: The Organisation of Monstrous Men on the Psalter Map [Paper No: 1029-b]
Organising the Writing [Paper No: 839-b]
Othering Medieval Texts: Postmedieval Versions of a Medieval Icelandic Saga [Paper No: 742-c]
Reconstructing Tamar's Lions: Digital Approaches to the Court of Tamar [Paper No: 207-b]
Relational Modelling of Historical Data: Concepts and Challenges [Paper No: 339-d]
Sending 15th-Century Missives through Algorithms: Testing and Evaluating HTR with 2,200 Documents [Paper No: 139-c]
The Evolution of a Text in Four Stages: Editing Ælfric's Pastoral Letters from the Old English Letter for Wulfsige to Wulfstan's Revision of Ælfric's First Old English Letter for Wulfstan [Paper No: 701-a]
The Historical Is Political: Understanding the Backlash against the Study of Race, Gender, and Representation in Medievalism [Paper No: 1035-b]
The Language of Othering in Medieval Wales, Pre- and Post-Conquest [Paper No: 816-c]
The Monastery and Its Environment: The Use of GIS for the Study of Monastic Estates in the Middle Ages [Paper No: 231-c]
The 'New Gallia-Germania Judaica': An International Database of Jewish Settlements, Locations, and Migrations [Paper No: 1104-b]
The Participation of Women (and Some Men) in Languedocian Catharism: A Network Science Perspective [Paper No: 132-b]
The Practical and Theoretical Consequences of the Use of Digital Surrogates [Paper No: 1639-a]
The Problem of Multigraphism: A Digital Approach to Transversal Palaeography [Paper No: 1539-c]
The Soundscapes of the York Mystery Plays: Sound Design Techniques Applied to Medieval Drama Studies [Paper No: 1034-b]
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Archer: The Socio-Economic Position of English Archers in 'Civilian' Society [Paper No: 841-b]
Too Busy to Explain Why?: Interpreting Changes in the Diplomatic Formulae of 12th- and 13th-Century Charters [Paper No: 213-c]
Towards Digital Palaeographical Handbooks for Vernacular Scripts: Some Desiderata from the Perspective of Old Icelandic Script [Paper No: 1539-b]
Transkribus and the Archives of a Brigittine Monastery: Making Digital Editions of Naantali Documents [Paper No: 139-b]
Tweeting the Past: Russian Women, Digital Humanities, and Modern Politics [Paper No: 539-c]
Unknown Unknowns: Using 'The Making of Charlemagne's Europe' Database for Social History Research [Paper No: 639-a]
Using Historical Maps for GIS-Based Analysis: Religious Books in Amiens and in Nearby Towns [Paper No: 1112-c]
Using Recogito for Annotation and Mapping of Historical Sources [Paper No: 239-d]
'Whose Written Heritage?': An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Making Multimodal Miscellanies at a Public, Urban, Minority-Serving Institution in the U.S. [Paper No: 318-b]