21st-Century Edition Design: The Wycliffite Bible in Print and Online [Paper No: 1509-b]
A Case for Lasting Old Norwegian Influence in Northern Iceland [Paper No: 1722-c]
A Knowledge Base of Charters from the Regesta Imperii for Generating Networks in Medieval Social and Constitutional History [Paper No: 112-c]
A New Chronicle of the Wars of Independence [Paper No: 804-a]
A New Project on Galician Medieval Heritage, II: GIS as a Work Tool [Paper No: 840-d]
A New Project on Galician Medieval Heritage: Planning the Paths for Cultural Outreach [Paper No: 740-d]
A Reference Corpus for Medieval Latin: Chances and Challenges of a New Project [Paper No: 1253-a]
An Eye For An Eye: IIIF, Archetype, and Parker Too [Paper No: 538-c]
An Imaginary Frailty?: Memory Discourses in Charters, 7th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 1135-c]
As Sure as the Sun Will Rise?: Dealing with Conflicting Ideas about Days and Times in the Carolingian Period [Paper No: 636-c]
Be Still and Wait for Better Times: Unlucky Days in Early Medieval Manuscripts [Paper No: 636-b]
Christopher of Bavaria and Climate-Related Crises in the Light of Memory of Nature [Paper No: 649-a]
Continuities and Changes in the Landscape of the Visigoth Capital of Toletum, Spain: The Aristocratic Building of Los Hitos, 6th-8th Centuries [Paper No: 602-a]
Database of Literary Dedications and Commissions: Problems and Prospects [Paper No: 719-c]
Digital Memory-Keeping of Border: Warlords in Byzantine Macedonia in the OpenAtlas Database [Paper No: 640-c]
Digital Mobility: Byzantine Prosopography, Networks, and Space [Paper No: 1003-b]
'Ein zusammengestoppeltes elendes Machwerk': Some Views on Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Cod. Guelf. 97 Weiss [Paper No: 1149-a]
Emperor Theoderic?: Imperial Policy of the King of the Goths [Paper No: 740-b]
'Et se en defaloient de cest paiement…': Personal Pledging and Social Networks, 13th Century [Paper No: 112-a]
From Past to Future: Interactive Geographic (Hi)Storytelling of Historical Landscapes [Paper No: 840-b]
From Textile Fragments to Luxury Garments: Reconstructing Medieval Textiles from Their Materiality [Paper No: 518-b]
Frontier, Contact Zone, or No Man’s Land?: The Morava-Thaya Region from the Early to the High Middle Ages [Paper No: 740-c]
Geopolitical Memory: Mapping the Catalan Chansonniers [Paper No: 221-a]
Glosses to the First Book of the Etymologies as a Case Study in Early Medieval Intellectual Networks [Paper No: 312-a]
Historic Collections, Provenance, and Medieval Text Transmission [Paper No: 1506-c]
Le corpus idéal : une somme de tous les états de tous les textes - l'exemple de la Règle de saint Benoît [Paper No: 1253-b]
Macedonian Memories: How to Expand Tabula Imperii Byzantini 11 in a Digital Age? [Paper No: 740-a]
Manuscript Histories and Provenance: New Digital Environments [Paper No: 1506-b]
Mapping Byzantine Mobility: Digital Tools and Analytical Concepts [Paper No: 1003-a]
Mapping the Migrations of Medieval Manuscripts [Paper No: 1506-a]
Mapping Visual Memory: Networks of Artistic Contact in French Gothic Manuscripts [Paper No: 618-a]
Margaret Paston's Letters Changing or Not Changing: A Pragmatic Approach in the Analysis of Characters of the Topics in Her Letters [Paper No: 213-a]
Marginalia, Memory, and Metadata in Cambridge: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 41 [Paper No: 538-b]
Matthew Parker's Library: 'The chief treasury of his manuscripts' as Research Collection and Digital Resource [Paper No: 538-a]
Mémoire civique et choix linguistiques, entre occitan and latin [Paper No: 1038-c]
Memoria and Its Metaphors: A Corpus Study [Paper No: 1324-a]
Metadata for the Middle Ages: A Network Analysis of Manuscriptorium.com [Paper No: 312-c]
Networks in the Czech Reformation: The Case of the Lay Chalice [Paper No: 312-b]
New Tools for Old Fools?: History and Digital Humanities - The State of Their Union [Paper No: 1153-a]
OpenAtlas: How to Grow Software for Historians [Paper No: 840-c]
Production documentaire, pouvoir consulaire et identité urbaine dans le Petit Thalamus [Paper No: 1038-a]
Putting the Siege d'Antioche Online: A Collaborative Approach [Paper No: 1543-a]
Quantity, Memory, and the Parchment Inheritance [Paper No: 518-c]
Recipients and Witnesses of High Medieval Charters: A Social Network Analysis of the German Political System during the Reign of Frederick I Barbarossa, 1152-90 [Paper No: 112-b]
Reconstructing Urban Cartography Using Geo-Annotations [Paper No: 1038-b]
Recording a Place of Emotions and Violence: Mapping the Coronial Deaths of Medieval Oxfordshire [Paper No: 1047-a]
Recovering a Lost State: The 12th-Century East End at Sainte-Marie-Madeleine de Vézelay [Paper No: 618-c]
Regiam Maiestatem: The Manuscript Tradition of Scotland's Earliest Legal Treatise [Paper No: 804-c]
Remembering the 'Ancient' Troubadours: Memory and Interpretation of Troubadour Lyrics in Occitan Treatises [Paper No: 221-b]
Remembering the Saints in a 21st-Century Database [Paper No: 1527-c]
Representing Historical Landscapes: An Interactive Map-Based Solution [Paper No: 840-a]
Structural Balance: 'Political Factions' and Their Rapid Change in the 13th-Century Holy Roman Empire [Paper No: 212-c]
Textile Studies in the Digital Age: The Medieval Textiles in Iberia and the Mediterranean Research Project [Paper No: 518-a]
The Digital Archive: Data-Based (His-)Stories [Paper No: 346-a]
The Dynamic Networks of a Royal Household: Scotland, 1222-1371 [Paper No: 212-a]
The Participation of Women (and Some Men) in Languedocian Catharism: A Network Science Perspective, II [Paper No: 212-b]
The Simple Art of Register and Regesta: A How-To Guide [Paper No: 1153-c]
There Will Be Blood…: Deciding on the Best and Worst Days to Let Blood in Carolingian Times [Paper No: 636-a]
Tracing the Origins of Capitulary Collections: The Manuscript Evidence [Paper No: 1149-b]
Transforming Registers into Entangled Entities: Why and How to Use Graphs in History [Paper No: 1153-b]
Using GIS to Illustrate and Understand the Influence of St Æthelthryth of Ely [Paper No: 1738-c]
Velum: Visualisation, exploration, et liaison de resources innovantes pour le latin médiéval [Paper No: 1253-c]
Visualizing Anician Topographies of Power with SketchUp and QGIS [Paper No: 618-b]