Adaptations of the Old Testament in Early Medieval Normative Texts: On Whose Authority? [Paper No: 1143-b]
Apocalypse Painting as Ecclesiastic and Liminal Borders in Two 11th-Century Poitevin Churches [Paper No: 1712-c]
Breaking the Boundaries of Creation: The Great Flood in Genesis A [Paper No: 1519-b]
Delight and Affliction: Love, Theology, and the Cross in the 12th Century [Paper No: 1542-a]
Different Scribal Hands in the Marginal Annotations of the Medieval Hebrew Bible Manuscripts [Paper No: 1124-a]
'Eue þydiz upp i uárt maal eymd edr ue' ('Eve signifies in our language misery or woe'): The Presentation of Eve in the Fall Story of Stjórn I [Paper No: 1029-c]
Far, Strange, Foreign, and Other in Old English: Spatial and Cultural Boundaries [Paper No: 706-d]
Form and Function of the First Printed Czech Psalter (1487) [Paper No: 529-a]
Franciscan Hebraism and the Wycliffite Bible [Paper No: 839-c]
From Localisation to Chronological and Geographical Prediction [Paper No: 506-c]
Language and Eschatology at the Edges of the Known World [Paper No: 820-a]
Miraculous Borders: The (City) Wall and Saintly Miracles in Gregory of Tours' Hagiographies [Paper No: 103-a]
Nicholas of Lyra's Failed Project?: The Fate of His Treatise for Students On the Differences between Our Translation and the Hebrew Letter [Paper No: 839-a]
Old English Biblical Poetry and the Boundaries of Genre [Paper No: 1519-a]
Queer Exile: Orienting John the Evangelist in the Illustrated English Apocalypse [Paper No: 139-a]
'Sicut Sofonias protulit': Biblical Authority in Medieval Prognostic Texts [Paper No: 103-b]
Susanna and the Elders: A Case of Liminal Canonicity [Paper No: 624-c]
The Dark Mark: Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Hébreu 20 and the Borders of Bible Illumination [Paper No: 1124-b]
The Illuminated Psalter from Trzebnica (Wrocław, University Library, IF 440) at the Turning Point between the Time of Monks and the Era of Elites [Paper No: 612-b]
The Influence of Nicholas of Lyra on the First Czech Bible Translation [Paper No: 839-b]
The Scriptural Authority of Late Antique Biblical Epics [Paper No: 319-b]
Urban Wilderness: The Danger of Community in Old English Biblical Poetry [Paper No: 1519-c]
Vernacular Translation in the Margins [Paper No: 1124-c]