(In)Human Architectures in Geoffrey Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde [Paper No: 814-d]
A Byzantine Artist, Named and Known: The Painter Ioannis Pagomenos on the Cusp of Early Modernity [Paper No: 1612-b]
A Look from a Perspective of Time and Distance: Medieval Art and Architecture of the Iberian Peninsula in the Accounts of Polish Travelers, Diplomats, and Pilgrims Written in the Years 1480-1615 [Paper No: 1312-c]
Acting Their Parts: The Iconographies of Episcopal Authority Modeled through the Vercelli Rotolus [Paper No: 204-c]
Against the Wall: Narrating the Border in Representations of Mountainous Landscapes in Trecento Art [Paper No: 1112-a]
Amuletic and Gospel Texts: The Power of 'And' [Paper No: 530-a]
Apocalyptic Thought in the Parish Church [Paper No: 1030-a]
Architectural Ornament in Seljuk Asia Minor, 13th Century: Undermining the Borders of Art-Historical Categories [Paper No: 1301-b]
Architectures of Engagement: Storyworld Experience Design from Medieval Immersion to Digital Games [Paper No: 1238-d]
'Attending at Calvary': Conversion and Eucharistic Sacrifice in the Clopton Chantry, Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford [Paper No: 311-b]
Between Empires and Patriarchates: Directions of Affirmation of Pre-Romanesque Art in Istria [Paper No: 222-a]
Blurring the Boundaries of Lusignan Cyprus: Saints' Icons within Multi-Confessional Communities [Paper No: 512-b]
Border as Barrier: Reading the Conflict between Text and Paratext in Ivresse (La Vie des pères) [Paper No: 1037-c]
Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Sonic Landscape of the Rothschild Canticles [Paper No: 714-b]
Britons, Picts, and Scots: Tattooing and Rites of Passage in the First Millennium CE [Paper No: 802-c]
Connections, Exchanges, and Movements across the Borders between the French Midi, Iberian, and Italian Peninsulas: Bolognese and Iberian Presences in Southern French Illuminated Legal Manuscripts, 13th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1111-a]
Crusader Art in the Baltic: Warrior Saints, Palmers, and Peregrinos in the Baltic Region on the Northern Baptismal Fonts [Paper No: 1123-a]
Crusading Ideology in the Border Churches of Iberia: Muslims as African Blacks in Spanish Romanesque [Paper No: 1123-c]
Cultural Layers of North-Western Croatia in which Figural Stone Sculptures from the Middle Ages Are Formed [Paper No: 222-c]
Dining with Flies: A Discourse about Consumption and Commerce in the Low Countries during the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1012-b]
Drawing Boundaries, Crossing Borders: Locomotion on Images of the Holy Land as a Way of Transmitting the Experience of Pilgrimage [Paper No: 734-c]
Early Medieval Dalmatia: Two 'Buffer Zones' of Two Empires [Paper No: 727-b]
Female Religious Power in Priestly Garments: Gender, Religion, and Material Culture in Lorvão at the time of Catarina d'Eça, 1471-1521 [Paper No: 240-d]
Flaying and Identity, c. 1500: Skin as Text, Surface, and Clothing [Paper No: 1719-a]
'For God's love, beware by me': The Power of Macabre Art in Late Medieval Northern Europe [Paper No: 231-b]
Framing the Sacred: Aachen's Relics of the Virgin and Architectural Display [Paper No: 1712-b]
From France and Bologna to Naples: Illuminated Legal Manuscripts in the Angevin Kingdom [Paper No: 1111-b]
From Umayyad Madinat al-Zahra to Almohad Seville: The Plunder and Reuse of Andalusian Capitals [Paper No: 122-c]
Genizah Margins: Reevaluating the Meaning of a Medieval Jewish Textual Art [Paper No: 1324-a]
Giotto's Marginalia: The Borders of the Transept and Crossing Frescoes in the Lower Church, Assisi [Paper No: 211-c]
Grotesques, Demons, and Undead: Depictions of Non-Human Soldiers in the 16th Century [Paper No: 642-b]
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]
'I know not the man': Despair in the Prayer Book of Bonne of Luxembourg [Paper No: 702-a]
Irish Fashion in Early Modern England: Marking the Social Other [Paper No: 615-c]
Knocking on Heaven's Door: The Promises and Threats of the Historiated Wooden Door [Paper No: 311-a]
Knocking on the Door to Salvation: Crossing the Threshold in Miniature Models of Nuns' Cells [Paper No: 1238-b]
Light in the Borderlands of Time and Space [Paper No: 1238-a]
Liminal Spaces in the World of Medieval Merchants [Paper No: 814-a]
Marginalia and Gender in Hebrew Manuscript Illumination [Paper No: 1324-c]
Medieval Art in the Eyes of Stock Takers, Historiographers, Travelers, and Artists of the Early Modern Era [Paper No: 1312-a]
Medieval Cyprus: Art on the Border [Paper No: 515-a]
Meta-Paintings in Italy and Byzantium Compared [Paper No: 312-a]
Multi-Layer Temporal and Geographical Networks: Ceremonial Beds and their Spaces in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 709-b]
Mycon and Pero and the Missing Motive: How a Textual Tradition Warranted the Presence and Absence of an Ancient Motive in the Visual Arts [Paper No: 201-d]
On the Verge of Vulgarity: The Iconography of the Rose in the Roman de la Rose [Paper No: 201-c]
Picturing a Renewed Spirituality: The Colettine Reform and the Use of Art in the Portuguese Communities of Poor Clares [Paper No: 240-a]
Political, Artistic, and Existential Borders in the Hours of Thomas Butler [Paper No: 1311-c]
Prayer, Meditation, and Images at the Charterhouse of Utrecht in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 629-b]
Queer Exile: Orienting John the Evangelist in the Illustrated English Apocalypse [Paper No: 139-a]
Regarding the Face of God: 'Picturing' Divinity according to the Christian, Jewish, and Islamic Traditions [Paper No: 1235-a]
Religio-Political Frontiers in Cristoforo Buondelmonti's Liber insularum Archipelagi [Paper No: 1515-a]
Sacred or Scandalous?: How to Approach Depictions of Genitals in Medieval Art [Paper No: 301-b]
Show and Tell: The Display of Rings in Treasuries and Museums [Paper No: 1302-c]
Silent Angels: Voices and Bodies of Acclamations in Medieval Art [Paper No: 1718-a]
Spatio-Temporal Liminality and Transcendence in Trecento and Early Quattrocento Last Judgment Scenes [Paper No: 814-c]
Tales and Images of Abbey Foundations in Chronicles of the Anglo-Norman Realm: Material Transfers and Spiritual Communion between Grandees and Cloistered Men and Women [Paper No: 1318-b]
Tangled Threads: Tuscan and Byzantine Traditions of the Virgin's Pregnancy [Paper No: 801-b]
Territorial Organisation in Medieval Slavonia [Paper No: 222-b]
The Armchair Time Traveler: Crossing Chronological Boundaries in Matthew Paris' Pictorial Hagiography (Dublin, Trinity College MS 177) [Paper No: 512-a]
The Body of Christ as a Sacrifice to Pagan Gods?: Mattathias Killing of a Jew in a Dutch Bible Historiale of the 15th Century [Paper No: 301-a]
The Dark Mark: Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Hébreu 20 and the Borders of Bible Illumination [Paper No: 1124-b]
The Depiction of the Infant Christ and More Iconographic Scenes of the Utrecht Middle Rhine Altarpiece Compared to a Corpus of Manuscripts [Paper No: 301-c]
The Elephant and the Chicken: Exoticism and Domesticity in Late Medieval Italian Medicine [Paper No: 1506-b]
The Genesis of Colour: Notes on the Use of Colours in MS Junius 11 Art [Paper No: 712-a]
The Migration of Birds across Late Antique and Early Medieval Arts [Paper No: 1236-c]
The North Adriatic Late Medieval Wooden Sculpture [Paper No: 631-a]
The Perception of the Middle Ages in the Early Modern Italian Art Literature [Paper No: 1312-b]
The Perception of the Space beyond the Threshold in the Mosaics of the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo in Ravenna [Paper No: 814-b]
The Unoccupied Throne: A Byzantine Eschatological Border Post [Paper No: 812-b]
The Wolf: A Warrior Symbol from Eastern to Western Europe [Paper No: 101-a]
Three Madrasahs on the Border: Showdown and the Conflict of Belonging [Paper No: 122-b]
To Be Herself: The Singular Example of Queen Elisabeth of Portugal (1270-1336) - Iconographic Analysis of an Unpublished Painting of the Monastery of Odivelas [Paper No: 517-d]
'Toute enclose': Garden Walls and the Limits of Art [Paper No: 1037-b]
Towards Imperial Dignity: A Contribution to the Study of the Imperial Crown of King Stefan Uroš III Dečanski in the Cetinje Monastery [Paper No: 1034-b]
Virtual Reality and the Cartographic Imagination [Paper No: 1238-c]
Visual Rhetoric in the Period of the Baltic Crusades [Paper No: 1123-b]
Visualising Jus bellum justum: Contextualising the Pro-Reform Exegesis of the Matilda Gospels (New York, The Morgan Library and Museum, MS M492) [Paper No: 712-b]
When Is a Sword Not a Sword?: Spada-Azzas of the 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 742-c]
When One Door Closes: Addressing Attitudes towards Liturgical Borders in 14th-Century Denmark [Paper No: 135-b]
'Where else but in Bologna?': Artistic Exchanges and Tensions in the Early Italian Illuminated Manuscripts of the Decretum Gratiani [Paper No: 1111-c]
Why Borders?: Reflections on the Construction of Boundaries in Art Historical Discourse [Paper No: 1112-c]