30 Years of the Base de Français Médiéval Сorpus: A Way towards Open Data and Diversity of Annotation [Paper No: 1702-b]
A Social Network Analysis of the Portrayal of St Comgall in Medieval Irish Saints' Lives [Paper No: 509-b]
Advancing Liturgy: Challenges and Issues of Digital Projects [Paper No: 1502-c]
Along the Border: Marginalia and Trans-Textuality in Jehan Drouyn's Nef des fols, 1499 [Paper No: 819-c]
An Even Heardra Nut to Crack: Using the Dictionary of Old English Corpus to Get Big Data for Old English Spelling Variation [Paper No: 606-c]
An Exploration of Approaches for the Transcription and Detection of Major Textual Differences among Manuscripts: An Example from Gregory of Tours' Decem libri historiarum [Paper No: 305-b]
An Infantile Middle Ages: The Representation of Medieval Society and Beliefs in Assassin's Creed (2007) [Paper No: 533-a]
Beyond Borders: Object-Oriented Cataloguing and the Influence of Peripheral Intellectual Ideas on the Carolingian Centre [Paper No: 1330-c]
Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes in the Territory of Today's Montenegro, 11th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1134-a]
Borders and the Spaces Between: Recovering Two Palimpsested Maps [Paper No: 634-a]
Borders and Transgression in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim [Paper No: 133-c]
Borders of Power?: Nobles from the Land of Aalst and Their Relations with the County of Flanders in the Context of the First Crusade [Paper No: 238-c]
Bringing the STAR Model to Life: Data Mapping for the 11th Century [Paper No: 1707-a]
Building an Ever-Evolving Database: Byzantine Book Epigrams in Context [Paper No: 1502-b]
Canon Law in the Digital Age: Identifying Quotations, Transmission, and Intertextual Relations [Paper No: 305-a]
Challenging Borders of Race, Religion, and Culture via Procedural Content Generation [Paper No: 133-a]
Chivalry and the Jedi Code: Medievalisms in Star Wars: The Old Republic [Paper No: 533-b]
Communication Strategies of the Hanse Town Network, c. 1450-1600 [Paper No: 709-c]
Complicated Lives and Collaborative Research: Mapping the Effects of Conversion to Christianity on Jewish Marriage Practices in Late Medieval Girona [Paper No: 105-d]
Creating Communities of Practice: A Case Study on Text Reuse of Matthew Paris' Chronica in English Legal Discourse [Paper No: 205-a]
Crossing Geographical and Linguistic Borders: Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff and Its Nuremberg Edition by Peter Wagner, 1494 [Paper No: 819-b]
Crusader Art in the Baltic: Warrior Saints, Palmers, and Peregrinos in the Baltic Region on the Northern Baptismal Fonts [Paper No: 1123-a]
Database Design and Early Findings [Paper No: 1341-b]
Detecting the Translation Technique of Burgundio of Pisa through Chrysostomus Latinus in Iohannem Online (CLIO), Chrystostomus Latinus in Mattheum Online (CLIMO), and Text Alignment Network (TAN) [Paper No: 1331-b]
Deviant Taste?: The Border between 'Black' and 'White' Magic in Games [Paper No: 633-c]
Digital Data of Scripts, 1210-1250: Medieval Networks of Memory [Paper No: 1716-a]
Digital Heathens and Heretics: Religious Boundaries in the Paradox Interactive Middle Ages [Paper No: 733-b]
Digitising Controversy: Building a Data Model for Networks of Polemical Texts [Paper No: 305-c]
Evaluating Artificial Colourisation of Microfilms [Paper No: 603-a]
Excavating Linguistic Patterns from Semantically Tagged Data: A Case Study of the Human Remains Digital Library [Paper No: 1001-a]
Experiencing Historical Landscapes Using Visual Storytelling [Paper No: 1134-c]
From a Manual for Slow Reading to the Reference Text: A Diachronic Analysis of the Circulation of Breviloquium de virtutibus [Paper No: 506-b]
From Analogue to Digital and Beyond: Some Reflections on the Present and Future of the PASSIM Research Environment [Paper No: 1502-a]
From Localisation to Chronological and Geographical Prediction [Paper No: 506-c]
From Parchment to Screen: Editing Juridical Medieval and Modern Records in Fribourg, Switzerland [Paper No: 1701-c]
'God save you, Henry!': Religious Elements in Kingdom Come: Deliverance [Paper No: 733-a]
Heigh-Ho!: Mining Catalogues for Traces of Medieval Romance Manuscripts [Paper No: 102-a]
'Here maketh myne Autour a specyall mencion': Borders of Authorship in the Shyp of Fools of Alexander Barclay and Henry Watson, 1509 [Paper No: 819-d]
How Did Inquisitors Interrogate over 5,500 People in Just 15 Months at Toulouse?: Findings from the Edition of Toulouse, Bibliothèque municipale, MS 609 [Paper No: 1640-b]
Law, Place, and People: Langobard Legal Actors in the Lombard Laws [Paper No: 1622-a]
Lessons Learnt from Exploring Cyfraith Hywel through a Digital Lens [Paper No: 1716-c]
Lincolnshire as the New Jerusalem: Trans-Locating Sanctity in Old English Hagiographic Poetry [Paper No: 1529-a]
Making Connections in the Viking Diaspora: What Might Social Network Analysis Reveal about the People of Orkneyinga Saga? [Paper No: 609-b]
Malevolent Morrigan?: A Study of the Neomedieval Morgan Le Fay in Dragon Age: Origins (2009) [Paper No: 633-b]
Manuscripts and the 'Long Middle Ages': Mining Sale Catalogues of the 19th Century [Paper No: 102-b]
Mapping a Medieval City: Historische Topographie Nürnberg (Topo N) - A Real Estate Database for the City of Nürnberg [Paper No: 534-a]
Mapping Cultural Heritage beyond the Eye: The Case of the Crown of the Serbian King Stefan Dečanski [Paper No: 1034-c]
Mapping Morals: Perceptions of the North in Adam, Ailnoth, and Others [Paper No: 1622-b]
Measure for Measure: Comparing Psalm Versions in Medieval English Books of Hours [Paper No: 729-b]
MECZ: A Database of Medieval Czech Sources in Translation [Paper No: 506-a]
Medieval Borders in the Digital Age: Approaching the (Re)Creation of Medieval Border Zones through Digital Methods (OpenAtlas and GIS) [Paper No: 1234-a]
Medieval Playing: The Concept of the Magic Circle within the Games Canon [Paper No: 333-c]
Medieval Sonic Worlds: Exploring Voices and Environments in Video Games [Paper No: 233-a]
Mental Maps of Migration: Reusing, Readapting, and Relocating Ethnonyms in Early Medieval Geographies [Paper No: 1522-b]
Modelling the Historical Manuscript: Theory and Practice [Paper No: 703-c]
Modern Cartographic Representations of Medieval Borders and Border Zones [Paper No: 1134-b]
More Heat than Light: Border Talk and the Old Reich [Paper No: 316-a]
Multi-Layer Temporal and Geographical Networks: Ceremonial Beds and their Spaces in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 709-b]
Multispectral Imaging of a Medieval Runic Manuscript (København, Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, AM 28 8vo) [Paper No: 603-b]
Network Analysis under Collation of Textual Content: The Epistle Lectionary in the Context of the Slavonic Manuscript Tradition, 11th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 609-c]
Offsets, Binding Holes, and Squares of White Tape: Material Evidence on the Leaves of the Beauvais Missal [Paper No: 503-a]
On the Trail of the Digital Tabula Imperii Byzantini: How Changes in the World's Cultural Heritage Become Visible [Paper No: 1234-c]
Open but Not Undivided: Boundaries in Open-World Role-Playing Games [Paper No: 333-b]
OpenAtlas: Open Software for Overcoming Borders between Disciplines [Paper No: 840-b]
Overgrown Villages: A Stratigraphic Perspective on Deserted Medieval Villages and Their Surrounding Landscapes [Paper No: 1334-c]
Overview of the Project: The People of 1381 [Paper No: 1341-a]
Playing Oratores, Bellatores, and Laboratores: Functional Borders between Classes in Medieval Video Games [Paper No: 733-c]
Potion Craft: Between Occult Dark Master and Noble Artisan [Paper No: 633-d]
Quantifying Interaction between Social Groups: Exploring Homophily in UCINET [Paper No: 709-a]
Recycling and Upcycling Culture in the Middle Ages: Hidden Collections in the Bindings of Codices [Paper No: 503-c]
Re-Manifesting Miniatures: Data-Driven Storytelling and the Historiated Initial [Paper No: 603-c]
Revealing More than Text: New Insights to Imaging Techniques for the Classification of Ink Types in Medieval Manuscripts [Paper No: 1511-b]
Revealing Quotation-Driven Text Relations by Using the Scholastic Commentary and Text Archive's Linked Data Technology: A Case Study of William of St Amour's Collectiones [Paper No: 205-c]
Revising the Research Questions: When the MSI Data Turns Up More than Expected [Paper No: 1511-a]
Roleplaying Medieval Italian Lords: Factional and Party Borders in Game Form [Paper No: 333-a]
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]
Scholarly Society as Data-Publishing and Data-Sustaining Communities: Building and Sustaining the Scholastic Commentaries and Texts Archive (SCTA) [Paper No: 1702-c]
Sustaining Archetype: Some Reflections on the Future of a Twenty-Year Past [Paper No: 1602-b]
Talking Heresy: Illicit Speech and the Transmission of Religious Messages in the Trial Records of Kent Lollards, 1511-12 [Paper No: 1540-b]
Tearing Down Borders between Disciplines in a Digital Age: Archaeological and Anthropological Data in OpenAtlas and Thanados [Paper No: 1334-b]
TEI, Github, Zenodo, IIIF, Heurist, Docker: Looking back on Data Management, Tools, and Processes in the Funded Projects Oriflamms, Ecmen, Fama, Himanis, Horae, and Home [Paper No: 1602-a]
Text Reuse in Antiheretical Polemics: Discovering Similar Passages with BLAST (Basic Local Alignment Search Tool) [Paper No: 205-b]
The Brepolis Latin Databases: Decades Old, Still Alive [Paper No: 1702-a]
The Carolingian Avaria: Ideas and Practice of Territory [Paper No: 1522-c]
The Evolving Language of Lechery: Developing Lustful Language in Vernacular Saints' Lives [Paper No: 606-a]
The Identity of Fantasy Heroes between Past and Present [Paper No: 541-c]
The Index of Middle English Prose (IMEP): Creating a Digital Catalogue for Cotton Manuscripts [Paper No: 1310-c]
The Inks of Der Welsche Gast: Non-Invasive Analysis by XRF Spectroscopy and nIR Microscopy [Paper No: 1511-c]
The Inquisitorial Punishment of Belief: A Statistical Analysis of the Effects of Social and Theological Beliefs in Peter Seila's Register of Sentences, 1241-42 [Paper No: 1640-a]
The Power of Segmentation: A Spelling Database Created from the Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English [Paper No: 606-b]
The Social Networks of Carolingian Septimania [Paper No: 105-a]
The Social Networks of Wilhelm Kopp at the Time of the Transition from the 15th to the 16th Century [Paper No: 809-b]
The STAR Model for Archaeology: Mapping Conflicting Interpretations at Arpadian-Age Burial Grounds in Austria [Paper No: 1707-c]
The STAR Model for Prosopography: Expressions of Uncertainty, Authority, and Conflict in the Prosopography of the Byzantine World [Paper No: 1707-b]
The Stultifera Navis and Her Daughters: The Digital Edition of the Ship of Fools in Several European Languages around 1500 [Paper No: 819-a]
Traversing the Borders: Playing with Intersections in A Plague Tale: Innocence [Paper No: 133-b]
Using Social Network Analysis to Understand the Relationships Contained within the Liber Eliensis [Paper No: 509-c]
Variable Alignments across Human, Technical, and Operational Sustainability: The King's Digital Lab Experience [Paper No: 1602-c]
Virtual Passports: Keys and Paiza as the Signs and Means of Passage in Illuminated Manuscripts and Game Reality [Paper No: 233-b]
Visualising Semantic Landscapes in Early Medieval Europe: Historical and Digital Humanities Approaches [Paper No: 1522-a]
Visualising the Dead: A New Look at Medieval Cemeteries and Their Relations by Means of Digital Tools [Paper No: 1334-a]
Web of Saints: Using Network Analysis to Trace the Circulation of the Legend of St Eustace [Paper No: 509-a]
What Can Social Network Analysis Reveal about the 13th-Century Cartulary from Saint-Amand, Rouen? [Paper No: 609-a]
'What vile creature would live where all things are dead?': Producing Moral Borders through Environmental Storytelling in Skyrim [Paper No: 633-a]
With a Little Help from Digital Humanities: Researching Medieval Glossed Corpora in the 21st Century [Paper No: 1310-a]