A Permanent Wound: Blackness, Fatherlessness, and Lost Inheritances in Moriaen, c. 1050-1350 [Paper No: 337-b]
An Infantile Middle Ages: The Representation of Medieval Society and Beliefs in Assassin's Creed (2007) [Paper No: 533-a]
Being a Bishop at the Edges of Latin Christianity: Liturgy and War in the Unknown High Medieval Pontifical from Wrocław [Paper No: 204-a]
Blurring the Boundaries of Lusignan Cyprus: Saints' Icons within Multi-Confessional Communities [Paper No: 512-b]
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]
Borders within the Kingdom: The Reflection of Norman Sicily's Religious and Cultural Tensions within the Tristia [Paper No: 213-b]
Cannibalism as Spectacle in the Chanson d'Antioche [Paper No: 138-b]
Christian Peace: Cusanus' Exclusive Peace Conception as Reflected in His Writings [Paper No: 1639-b]
Christian Pilgrims to Jerusalem and Their Perception of Muslims in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 526-b]
Criticism of the Hussite Crusades: Pragmatic and Pacifist Approaches [Paper No: 739-b]
Crossing Borders between the Holy Land and Spain: Martin of León as a Preacher of the Third Crusade [Paper No: 623-b]
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]
Depictions of Cities in William of Tyre's Chronicon: An Attempt to Overcome (Religious) Borders? [Paper No: 116-b]
Diplomacy and Diversity in the Middle East around the Time of the First Crusade [Paper No: 723-a]
Divide and Conquer: The Legal Implications of Shared Munāṣafāt Lands between the Early Mamluks and Levantine Crusader States, 1250-1290 [Paper No: 1023-b]
'Etiam ad orientis interiora potuissent penetrare': (Re)Imagining Outremer in the Latin Continuation of William of Tyre [Paper No: 1723-b]
'Faith has vanished, peace has perished': Re-Constructing the Spiritual Frontiers of the Albigensian Crusade [Paper No: 623-a]
Fluid Identities: Dynamics of Alienation from and Assimilation into the Christian Community in the Romance of Sir Gowther [Paper No: 1204-c]
Folktale and Crusading Discourses in Medieval French Epics [Paper No: 1018-b]
Frontier Fortresses in Northern Syria [Paper No: 1023-c]
Frontier of Gharb al-Andalus: Confrontation Ground between Almoravids and Christians, 1093-1147 [Paper No: 323-a]
How Does the Other Sound? The Adhan through Christian Ears [Paper No: 1518-a]
Illicit Trade to Preserve Antiquam mercationem across Religious Boundaries during the Baltic Crusades [Paper No: 623-c]
Jami' al-Aqsa, Templum Salomonis, and 'Gothic' [Paper No: 211-b]
'Just War', Slavery, and Sexual Ethics in the Late Medieval French Mediterranean [Paper No: 1136-a]
Later Lollard Pacifism [Paper No: 739-c]
Levels of Otherness: War and Peace with Muslims in the Poema de mio Cid [Paper No: 1115-c]
Liminal Riverscapes in Latin Christian Crusade Narratives [Paper No: 1623-a]
Loss, Lament, and the Last Things: The City of Acre as an Eschatological Borderland [Paper No: 116-a]
Mapping Mudéjar: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Architecture in Iberia [Paper No: 1101-b]
Misinterpreting the Margins?: Reconsidering Marginal Comments in the Only Witness for De Expugnatione Lyxbonensi [Paper No: 1523-b]
'Mother of mercy, is this the end of Reynald?': Bordering on the Extreme in the Portrayal of Crusaders [Paper No: 138-a]
Murder in the Levant: A Re-Evaluation of the Murder of Miles de Plancy [Paper No: 238-b]
Obscure Campaigns to Jerusalem in the 11th and 12th Centuries [Paper No: 723-b]
On the Fringes of Christian Rhetoric: Reassessing Discourses of Difference in Chronicles of the Early Northern Crusades [Paper No: 1623-b]
One of Us?: Human and Non-Human Categories of Belonging and Exclusion in the Chronicles and Chansons of the First Crusade [Paper No: 138-c]
Religious Conversions and Crusading Siege Warfare in Syria and Jazīra, 1097-1192 [Paper No: 1335-c]
Religious Ideas of Knighthood in the Salian and Staufen Empires [Paper No: 841-a]
Remembering Crusade in Scotland: Christiana de Brus, the Earls of Dunbar, and Gendered Family Commemorations in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1608-a]
Substance or Just Rhetoric?: Expressions of Crusading Ideology in the Norwegian and Swedish Expansion into Fennoscandia [Paper No: 335-a]
Substitute Pilgrimage?: Translocation of Saints and Renegotiation of Sacred Space in Crusader Acre [Paper No: 1629-b]
Sustaining Staufen Armies from Central Europe to Western Asia [Paper No: 1220-c]
Temporary Loyalty?: Crusading Co-Operation in the Conquest of Lisbon, 1147 [Paper No: 805-b]
The Borders of Lyric in the Venetian Troubadour Bertolome Zorzi's Prison Song [Paper No: 818-a]
The End of War: Women at the Border of Violence and Crusade in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1623-c]
The Exotic European Spice: The Life of Saffron in Medieval Europe [Paper No: 117-c]
'The Lord will fight for you' (Exodus 14:14): Crossing Borders in Oliver of Paderborn's History of the Fifth Crusade [Paper No: 116-c]
The Memory of Caffaro: Jacopo Doria's Genoese Civic Annals (1280-1293) and the Genoese Presence in the Latin East in the Later 13th Century [Paper No: 1723-c]
The Permeability of Textual Borders in Manuscripts of Crusade Letters [Paper No: 1523-a]
The Third Crusade and the Rewriting of History in Medieval England [Paper No: 1523-c]
The Third Time Was Not the Charm?: Philip Augustus, the Crusading Movement, and the Growth of Capetian Authority after the Third Crusade [Paper No: 238-a]
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]
Wandering Gold, Whirling Discs from Sinai: On the Transfer of an Art Technique [Paper No: 613-b]
Writing Loss on the Frontier: The Historia regum Hierusalem Latinorum ad deplorationem perditionis terrae sanctae accomodata and the Fall of Jerusalem [Paper No: 1723-a]