Alive or Dead?: Wooden Effigies in Funeral Processions [Paper No: 631-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]
Between Empires and Patriarchates: Directions of Affirmation of Pre-Romanesque Art in Istria [Paper No: 222-a]
Cristo Vivo: Mimicking Christ's Living Body in Early Renaissance Sculpture [Paper No: 112-b]
Crosses on Stone Pillars: Memories that Cross the Boundaries between Georgia - Armenia - Jerusalem [Paper No: 1314-b]
Crossing the Borders between the Invisible and Visible: Japanese Pilgrimage to Secret Buddhas and Saikoku junrei [Paper No: 526-a]
Crusader Art in the Baltic: Warrior Saints, Palmers, and Peregrinos in the Baltic Region on the Northern Baptismal Fonts [Paper No: 1123-a]
Cultural Layers of North-Western Croatia in which Figural Stone Sculptures from the Middle Ages Are Formed [Paper No: 222-c]
De- or Re-Constructing Identities in Venetian Cyprus: The Crossing of Cultural and Social Boundaries through Funerary Sculpture [Paper No: 1530-b]
Gurgling Gargoyles: Medieval Minds and Marginal Monsters of Laon Cathedral [Paper No: 1301-a]
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]
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]
Magic in the Margins: Rereading the Plant Motifs in the Medieval Churches of the Baltic Sea Region [Paper No: 122-a]
Medieval Art in the Eyes of Stock Takers, Historiographers, Travelers, and Artists of the Early Modern Era [Paper No: 1312-a]
Medieval Church Portals Playing as an Ambiguous Border between Sacred and Profane Spaces [Paper No: 514-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]
Migrating Motifs: Re-Visiting Oña, Cardeña, and Cluny [Paper No: 701-a]
Order and Disorder in the 14th-Century Memorial Chapel at Cogges, Oxfordshire [Paper No: 311-c]
Sculptors on the March [Paper No: 701-b]
Silent Angels: Voices and Bodies of Acclamations in Medieval Art [Paper No: 1718-a]
The Borders of Art and the Body: The Reception of the Caryatid Motif on Late Antique Sarcophagi [Paper No: 1713-b]
The Medieval Taste for Antiquity as a Key for Reuse in a Modern Collection: Four Statues of Prophets in the Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence [Paper No: 1733-c]
The North Adriatic Late Medieval Wooden Sculpture [Paper No: 631-a]
The Post-Medieval Life of the Last Judgment Portal Sculptures at Reims Cathedral [Paper No: 1733-a]
The Queen and the Poet: Female Authority in Venantius Fortunatus' Poems on Radegund [Paper No: 1109-c]
The Subjects of Misericordia as the Borders on the Rhineland in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 514-b]