A Bishop's Jurisdiction between the City and Its Contado: Cases, Law, and Procedure in a Pre-Modern Italian Court, 1287-1301 [Paper No: 635-b]
Adaptations of the Old Testament in Early Medieval Normative Texts: On Whose Authority? [Paper No: 1143-b]
Authority Implied: The Presence and Absence of Authorities in 'Minor' Canonical Collections [Paper No: 1143-c]
Bureaucracy and Belief: The Institutionalisation of Religion in the Early Inquisition Tribunals [Paper No: 1640-c]
Canon Law in the Digital Age: Identifying Quotations, Transmission, and Intertextual Relations [Paper No: 305-a]
Conversion and Apostasy in the Visigothic Kingdom [Paper No: 1335-a]
Courtroom Politics: How to De-Platform a Martyr [Paper No: 1613-c]
Damnatio memoriae in Early Medieval Canon Law Collections [Paper No: 1143-a]
Drawing a (Legal) Line?: Papal and Episcopal Jurisdiction in the Later 12th Century [Paper No: 535-a]
Excommunicate!: Negotiating Exclusion in the Early Medieval Church [Paper No: 1026-d]
Great Expectations: 10th-Century Priests and the Admonitio Synodalis [Paper No: 126-b]
How the Question of Authority Has Defined Borders of Confessional Practice in Middle Byzantium [Paper No: 813-b]
Local Priests and Tithes in the Long 10th Century [Paper No: 226-c]
Outside the Household, inside the Town: Between Canon and Secular Law in Norwegian and Danish Towns, 1200-1350 [Paper No: 635-c]
Priests' Wives and Partners in Northern Italy in the Long 10th Century [Paper No: 226-a]
Searching for Unfree Families in 13th-Century Byzantium: Marital Consent in the Dossiers of Demetrios Chomatenos and John Apokaukos [Paper No: 105-c]
Territorial and Legal Boundaries of Jurisdiction: The Case of Apostolic Legates [Paper No: 324-d]
The Danish Connection in the Trans-European Confrontation between Papacy and Monarchy around 1300 [Paper No: 135-a]
The Emotions of Killing in Gratian's Causa 23 [Paper No: 1117-b]
The Papacy and Clerics in Minor Orders [Paper No: 628-b]
'Through many acts of fornication': Gender and Non-Marital Relationships in Late Medieval Scotland [Paper No: 1608-d]
To Be 'lele and trewe': Swearing Allegiance to English and Scottish Kings in the Late Medieval Period [Paper No: 1621-b]
Trying too Hard?: Medieval 'Anti-Popes' and the Rhetoric of Schism [Paper No: 628-c]
Varieties of 'Patristic Authority' at Carolingian Church Councils [Paper No: 607-b]
Ways in and out of Dependency in the Ecclesiastical Domain [Paper No: 837-a]
Wife or Slave: Married Women in the Ecclesiastical Court in the Light of Records of the Archbishops of Gniezno in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1715-a]
Wouldn't It Be Nice to Marry the Luxembourger Princess?: Creating or Breaking Down the Borders? [Paper No: 1606-c]