A Newly Discovered Bi-Apsidal Church: A Witness of the Carolingian Presence on the Island of Rab (Croatia)? [Paper No: 1227-a]
Apocalypse Painting as Ecclesiastic and Liminal Borders in Two 11th-Century Poitevin Churches [Paper No: 1712-c]
Armenian Khachkar as a Conceptual and Iconographic Model for the Stone Relief Decorations in the Vladimir-Suzdal Area Churches [Paper No: 1301-c]
'Attending at Calvary': Conversion and Eucharistic Sacrifice in the Clopton Chantry, Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford [Paper No: 311-b]
Beautiful Settings for Shady Purifications: On the Flexible Borders of Purification in Medieval Ashkenaz [Paper No: 1624-d]
Breaching the Walls: Violating Rome's Sacred Space [Paper No: 504-a]
Byzantine Monasticism: The Road to Salvation by Way of Wanderings and Enclosures [Paper No: 225-a]
Carbunculus ignitus lilie: Family Memory in Medieval Song [Paper No: 1703-a]
Crosses on Stone Pillars: Memories that Cross the Boundaries between Georgia - Armenia - Jerusalem [Paper No: 1314-b]
Disruption of the Olavian Cult through Spatial Changes across Borders [Paper No: 1329-c]
Dreiapsidensaalkirche across the Borders [Paper No: 1227-b]
Early Medieval Dalmatia: Two 'Buffer Zones' of Two Empires [Paper No: 727-b]
Ecclesiastical Buildings of Naples under Byzantine Rule, c. 660-1000 [Paper No: 1113-b]
Framing the Sacred: Aachen's Relics of the Virgin and Architectural Display [Paper No: 1712-b]
Giotto's Marginalia: The Borders of the Transept and Crossing Frescoes in the Lower Church, Assisi [Paper No: 211-c]
Gurgling Gargoyles: Medieval Minds and Marginal Monsters of Laon Cathedral [Paper No: 1301-a]
Historical Patterns of Spatial Distribution in Early Middle Ages: A Case Study of Istria [Paper No: 1227-c]
Holding the Line and Crossing the Threshold: The Use and Reuse of Sculpture by an Early Anglo-Norman Team Working in Thetford and Montivilliers [Paper No: 701-c]
Jami' al-Aqsa, Templum Salomonis, and 'Gothic' [Paper No: 211-b]
Knocking on Heaven's Door: The Promises and Threats of the Historiated Wooden Door [Paper No: 311-a]
Leper Squints, Antiquarians, and Modern Perceptions: Defining Borders [Paper No: 211-a]
Light in the Borderlands of Time and Space [Paper No: 1238-a]
Magic in the Margins: Rereading the Plant Motifs in the Medieval Churches of the Baltic Sea Region [Paper No: 122-a]
Mapping Mudéjar: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Architecture in Iberia [Paper No: 1101-b]
Medieval Church Portals Playing as an Ambiguous Border between Sacred and Profane Spaces [Paper No: 514-a]
Medieval Cyprus: Art on the Border [Paper No: 515-a]
Memory, Bourgeois Identity, and Civic Sense: Bonino da Campione's Artworks in Cremona and Their Reuse in the Modern Age [Paper No: 1733-b]
Micro-Architecture in 12th-Century Roman Painting: History, Typology, and Function [Paper No: 212-a]
Migrating Motifs: Re-Visiting Oña, Cardeña, and Cluny [Paper No: 701-a]
North-Eastern South Caucasian Unknown Medieval Sites for the Reinforcement of Borders with the North Caucasus [Paper No: 1214-c]
On the Border between the East and the West: The Personification of the Jordan River in the Holy Trinity Chapel of Lublin, Poland [Paper No: 217-a]
Open Borders: Milan and Constantinople, c. 1400 [Paper No: 1013-a]
Order and Disorder in the 14th-Century Memorial Chapel at Cogges, Oxfordshire [Paper No: 311-c]
Patristics and the (Interdisciplinary) Study of Emotion [Paper No: 1616-b]
Performative Structures: Meta-Architecture in Italian Painting [Paper No: 212-b]
Sacred Sound, Sacred Space: In Search of Lost Sound via Virtual Acoustic-Visual Reconstruction of Sacred Spaces of the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1618-b]
Sculptors on the March [Paper No: 701-b]
Seeing the Tangible through the Lens of the Intangible: Medieval Romance Literature, Deathscapes, and the Castle [Paper No: 1001-d]
Seeing through the Veil: The 13th-Century Intarsia Façades of Lucca [Paper No: 1712-a]
Space and Spiritual Presence at Sainte Croix-Poitiers [Paper No: 216-b]
St Stephen's (Vienna) and the Crises of 1408: Practice Theory and the Sociopolitics of the Medieval Building Site [Paper No: 1101-c]
The Evolution of a Cistercian Monastic Boundary: The 'Close' at Kirkstead, Lincolnshire, 1139-1299 [Paper No: 728-c]
The Hidden and the Revealed: A Theological Reading of the Gothic Choir Screen [Paper No: 514-c]
The Politics of Victimhood and the Violent Transformation of City and Church in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 504-c]
The Post-Medieval Life of the Last Judgment Portal Sculptures at Reims Cathedral [Paper No: 1733-a]
The St Mary Cathedrals of Hamburg, Hildesheim, and Paderborn in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 1101-a]
The Wisdom of the Virgin: Mary as Cultural Mediator between Carolingians and Langobards in Langobardia Minor [Paper No: 1121-a]
They Did Not Get Away with Murder in the Church: The 'Erembalds' and the Assassination of Charles the Good of Flanders, 1127 [Paper No: 604-b]
Tracing Rural Lifeways: Sacred Spaces and Their Environments at the Centre and Periphery of Cretan Villages [Paper No: 1612-a]
Was It Possible to Get Away with Murder in an Early Medieval Church? [Paper No: 604-a]
When One Door Closes: Addressing Attitudes towards Liturgical Borders in 14th-Century Denmark [Paper No: 135-b]