Astronomy versus Astrology: Limits of Perception [Paper No: 1515-b]
Beastly Borders: Animals and the Construction of 'Barbarians' in 12th-Century Latin Texts [Paper No: 217-b]
Burial Patterns in the North of the Iberian Peninsula: Asturias Region as a Case Study [Paper No: 123-b]
Byzantine Heritage Transcending Borders: Alliances and Ethics for the Cosmopolitan Management of the Remains of the Past [Paper No: 1612-c]
Christian Incubation and Cognitive Science of Religion: Possibilities and Problems [Paper No: 1616-a]
Courtliness, Honour, and Holiness between the Garonne and Rhône Rivers, 1100-1250 [Paper No: 1536-a]
Crossing the Borders between the Invisible and Visible: Japanese Pilgrimage to Secret Buddhas and Saikoku junrei [Paper No: 526-a]
Early Medieval History and the Genetic Challenge: The Aims of the HistoGenes Project [Paper No: 501-a]
Early Medieval Welsh Ethnogenesis: A Story Carved in Parchment and Stone? [Paper No: 815-a]
Freedom or Dependency?: Economic Border within a Twin City in Late Medieval Poland [Paper No: 1615-c]
'I have lost my faith, I have kept the infidel fasts…': Identity, the Other, and Traversal of the Intimate Boundaries in Late Medieval Literature and Art, 14th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 823-b]
Identities and Transition in Medieval Lisbon: The Case of the Rua dos Lagares Necropolis [Paper No: 323-d]
Imaginary Borders on the Periphery of Christianity: From Rus' Pilgrims to Muslim and Jewish Travellers in the Holy Land, 13th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 715-b]
Inferring Large Pedigrees and Mobility Patterns from the Analysis of Early Medieval Genomes [Paper No: 501-b]
Information, Belief, and Meaning-Making: Psychological Perspectives on Evidence for Belief Formation in Languedocian Inquisition Records [Paper No: 1540-a]
Living on the Edge of the Avar Empire: Anthropological Perspectives [Paper No: 601-b]
Monsters at the Borders: The Early Medieval English Wonders of the East and World Maps [Paper No: 815-b]
Navigating the Boundaries of Exhumed Bodies: The Human Remains Project [Paper No: 1001-c]
Nomadic Pastoralism in the Archaeology of the Medieval Western Balkans: New Insights through Old Data [Paper No: 711-a]
Religio-Political Frontiers in Cristoforo Buondelmonti's Liber insularum Archipelagi [Paper No: 1515-a]
Rites of Passage and Conceptual Monastic Enclosures in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 225-b]
Shaman Khagans: The Syncretism of Tengri and Yahweh in the Khazar Khaganate [Paper No: 314-a]
Spatialising Difference on the Borders of Medieval World Maps [Paper No: 734-a]
Tearing Down Borders between Disciplines in a Digital Age: Archaeological and Anthropological Data in OpenAtlas and Thanados [Paper No: 1334-b]
The Imagery of 'Luciferians' in Early 14th-Century Central Europe: Local and European Contexts [Paper No: 1740-b]
The Romani People in Western Europe: First Encounters [Paper No: 622-b]
Thinking about Legal Community in Early Medieval England [Paper No: 535-b]
Violence after the Conquest: Conflicts between Indigenous Peoples and Europeans in the Canary Islands in the Long 15th Century [Paper No: 730-c]
Weird Bullsh*t Spirituality: Meister Eckhart Meets the Anthropologists David Graeber and Joseph Henrich [Paper No: 329-c]