A Confessor's Attempts to Control the Daily Life of Benedictine Nuns in Prague in the Early 15th Century [Paper No: 1003-c]
A lupo teneri ab inimicis infestari: Dreaming about Animals in the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1317-b]
Absentee Landlords, Anarchist Swamps: Community Structure, Organisation, and Economy in Rural English Wetland Communities [Paper No: 308-a]
Acts of Collective Self-Representation: Studying Ethnicity in Anglo-Saxon England and Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1035-a]
Alive or Dead?: Wooden Effigies in Funeral Processions [Paper No: 631-c]
Ancient Traditions in Killing: Bone and Antler Projectile Points [Paper No: 1317-a]
Animals Used by the Mongols during Their Invasion of Hungary, 1241-1242 [Paper No: 1217-b]
At the Borders of Commerce: Trecche, the Unwanted Merchants of Florence [Paper No: 1303-b]
Belts: An Object of Power in Albanian Culture [Paper No: 1103-b]
Between the Clean and Unclean: The Division of Animals within the Manorial Curia [Paper No: 111-b]
Border Demarcations: Where Citizens Reached Their Limits in Late Medieval Salzburg [Paper No: 1126-c]
Borders within the Kingdom: The Reflection of Norman Sicily's Religious and Cultural Tensions within the Tristia [Paper No: 213-b]
Boundaries between Age, Health, Ability, and Work: Aging in Medieval England [Paper No: 1205-a]
Chickens and Vikings?: The Domestic Fowl and Its Significance in Early Medieval Scandinavia and Iceland [Paper No: 1605-a]
Cohabiting with Vikings: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human-Animal Social Spaces and Perceptions of Different Species in the Viking Age [Paper No: 1505-a]
'Come home, I will not arrest you': Exile and Amnesty in Coptic Documents from Late Antique and Early Islamic Egypt [Paper No: 605-b]
Comparing Intestinal Parasites in Augustinian Friars and the General Population of Medieval Cambridge [Paper No: 516-b]
Crossing Barriers: Jews in Late Medieval Warsaw [Paper No: 1615-b]
Crossing Borders and Constructing Female Selves in The Journal of Mistress Joan Martyn [Paper No: 526-d]
Crossing Borders: Movement as a Socio-Economic Aspect of Rural Life in Venetian Cyprus [Paper No: 1530-c]
Crossing Thematic Borders in 'Maxims I' [Paper No: 1619-a]
Daily Life and Archaeological Findings [Paper No: 109-b]
Defining the Hackney: Type, Terminology, and Translation [Paper No: 1706-b]
Do Peasants Have Emotions?: Perspective of Jan Długosz in Annales seu Cronicae incliti Regni Poloniae [Paper No: 502-b]
Dominus and Slave: A Clandestine Border [Paper No: 1713-a]
'Emitto vobis statum meum medietatem': Boundaries between Freedom and Un-Freedom as Reflected in Early Medieval Self-Selling and Self-Pledging Practices [Paper No: 324-b]
Enigma, Audience, Locale: 'The Ruin' as a Riddle [Paper No: 310-b]
Equity or Exploitation?: Jews, Muslims, and Urban Defence in the Medieval Crown of Aragon [Paper No: 1635-b]
Espaces sonores et régimes d’écoute: figurer les sons dans les psautiers et livres d’heures en Europe occidentale (XIIIe -XVe s.) [Paper No: 1718-c]
Être femme et cavalière, XIIe-XIIIe siècles [Paper No: 1041-c]
Excavations at Beaubec, County Meath, Ireland: Understanding the Role of the Monastic Grange in Creating a 'Cordon Sanitaire' around the Medieval Port of Drogheda [Paper No: 140-c]
Exotic Carolingians?: A Critical Approach to Costumes in The Stuttgart Psalter [Paper No: 811-a]
Family Matters: The Migration of the Asherides from Ashkenaz to Sefarad [Paper No: 824-a]
Fantastic Lionesque Symbols in East Asian Traditions [Paper No: 101-b]
Far, Strange, Foreign, and Other in Old English: Spatial and Cultural Boundaries [Paper No: 706-d]
Financing the Eternal City: Public and Private Credit in 16th-Century Rome [Paper No: 1140-b]
Food and Authority in the Ménagier de Paris [Paper No: 1103-a]
Forging a Mediterranean Connection to the Jurisdictional Disputes of Late Medieval Toulouse [Paper No: 1136-b]
Framing the Rule: Manuscript Contexts and Expectations towards a Written Guideline [Paper No: 740-a]
Freedom or Dependency?: Economic Border within a Twin City in Late Medieval Poland [Paper No: 1615-c]
From Jaffa through the Gate of Jerusalem, 1350-1575: Practical Travel Advice for Time-Traveling Globetrotters and Pilgrims [Paper No: 626-a]
Gendered Disasters in the Post-Roman West [Paper No: 617-b]
Growing Vikings: Enculturation, Precocious Youths, and Puppet Princes [Paper No: 237-a]
Harmony and Conflict: Blended Borders of the Dene and the Engle in the Late Old English Period [Paper No: 1619-d]
Herring, Markets, and Salt-Production in the Domesday 'Broads' [Paper No: 134-b]
Horse-Drawn Medieval Winter Transportation: Sleds and Sledges [Paper No: 1041-b]
How Does the Other Sound? The Adhan through Christian Ears [Paper No: 1518-a]
'I have lost my faith, I have kept the infidel fasts…': Identity, the Other, and Traversal of the Intimate Boundaries in Late Medieval Literature and Art, 14th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 823-b]
Impossible Silence, Persistent Noise: Sonic Challenges to the Application of the Rule of Benedict in Carolingian Monasteries [Paper No: 740-c]
Irish Fashion in Early Modern England: Marking the Social Other [Paper No: 615-c]
'Je ne li apartieng': Adolescence and Aspects of Belonging, c. 1050 - c. 1250 [Paper No: 237-b]
Jewish Legal Strategies before Local Courts in Late Medieval Austria [Paper No: 309-a]
Jewish Liturgical Sources from Medieval Cologne [Paper No: 209-b]
Jewish Meat and Christian Wine: Food and Religious Borders in Medieval Catalan Cities [Paper No: 1635-c]
Life on the Edge: A Very Small Selection of Research Highlights [Paper No: 1201-a]
Linked Fates: Mice and Humans in Iceland and Greenland [Paper No: 1505-b]
Local Synods, Priests' Exams, and Episcopal Control of Knowledge during the 10th and 11th Centuries [Paper No: 126-a]
Making Agreements with Parish Priests in Southern France, c. 1270-1330 [Paper No: 1536-c]
Manorial Administration: The Role of Officials as Organisers and Managers [Paper No: 1240-b]
Manorial Evidence and the People of 1381 [Paper No: 1341-c]
Marital Customs in Medieval Scandinavia and Medieval England [Paper No: 1035-b]
Marvelling Curiosity in the Bern Riddles [Paper No: 310-a]
Medieval Slate Fragments from Cologne's Jewish Quarter: Drawings [Paper No: 109-c]
Medieval Slate Fragments from Cologne's Jewish Quarter: Lists of Names and Texts [Paper No: 209-a]
Negotiating and Negotiated Slaves?: Facets of Being a Slave in the Datini Household, Tuscany, 14th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 737-c]
Norms, Practices, and Actors of the Cross-Border Trade between Fenouilledes and Roussillon, 14th - Mid-15th Century [Paper No: 215-b]
On the Origin of Burgages: New Evidence from Ipswich, 7th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 519-a]
Overview of the Project: The People of 1381 [Paper No: 1341-a]
Parasites in Medieval Europe: Archaeology and Texts [Paper No: 516-a]
Parasites in the Low Countries in the Medieval Period [Paper No: 516-c]
Pilgrims, Badges, and Miracles of St Kunera at Rhenen, the Netherlands [Paper No: 1729-c]
Pinning Down St George: Characterising the Nature of (So-Called) 'Pilgrim Badges' of St George Recorded through the Portable Antiquities Scheme [Paper No: 1729-a]
Public Faith in Private Homes: Jewish Creditors, Christian Notaries, and Rural Debtors in the Medieval Dauphiné [Paper No: 309-b]
Purposeful Cats, Aimless Dogs?: Human-Animal Interactions in Devotio Moderna Biographies [Paper No: 107-c]
Reconstructing Jewish Life in Cologne from Hebrew Sources [Paper No: 209-c]
Regard sur la genèse des statuts communaux en Provence méridionale: le cas de Solliès-Pont [Paper No: 1336-c]
Representing Gender-Based Violence in Late Antiquity and Beyond [Paper No: 617-c]
Resistance, Coercion, and the State: Searching for Unfree and Free Responses to Power in Medieval England, 900-1100 [Paper No: 837-b]
Rings of Emotion: Exploring the Emotional Lives of Medieval Objects [Paper No: 1302-b]
Separating from the Others: The 'Laws' of Urban Material Culture [Paper No: 1103-c]
Sex Workers and Notaries: A Mediterranean Collaboration [Paper No: 1136-c]
Six-and-a-Half-Metres of Knowledge: The Mülinen Rotulus [Paper No: 103-c]
Sociological Anxiety: Late Medieval English Writers and Their Emotional Worlds [Paper No: 502-a]
Staging Authority in the Late Medieval Northern Adriatic: Venice, Istria, and the Patriarchate of Aquileia [Paper No: 1003-a]
Taking a Look at the Medieval Jewish Quarter in Cologne: Topography, Infrastructure, and Jewish-Christian Inter-Relations [Paper No: 109-a]
The Authority of the Lords in Bohemia: Advising the Ruler as a Lifestyle in Dalimill's Chronicle, c. 1310 [Paper No: 1003-b]
The Badges of Becket in Canterbury and Beyond [Paper No: 1729-b]
The Borders of Time: The Medieval Year and Social Cohesion [Paper No: 522-a]
The Boundaries of Foreignness: Jews, Lombards, and Bourgeois in 14th-Century Paris [Paper No: 309-c]
The Case of Anna Pilemann: Was It Possible for a Woman to Cross the Invisible Limits in Medieval Gdańsk? [Paper No: 1715-b]
The Contado as a Constructed Marker of Space in the Struggle for Food Security in Medieval Tuscany [Paper No: 1303-a]
The Establishment and Expansion of the Friars in Medieval Dublin [Paper No: 1340-c]
The Exotic European Spice: The Life of Saffron in Medieval Europe [Paper No: 117-c]
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys?: Banditry in Albania Veneta in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1728-c]
The Late Antique Desert: Frontier of Transformation or Interspace of Permanence? [Paper No: 1213-b]
The Migration of Birds across Late Antique and Early Medieval Arts [Paper No: 1236-c]
The Mutilated Page: Authoritative Torture and Archival Fantasy in Late Latin Poetry [Paper No: 1109-a]
The Proprietates Anglicorum: Political Satire, Borders, and Identity in 14th-Century France [Paper No: 722-a]
The Special Role of Gannets in Mind and Economy in Viking Age and Late Norse Scotland [Paper No: 1605-c]
Unloved and on the Periphery: Mother-Daughter Relationships in the Old Norse World [Paper No: 502-c]
Visible, Marked, and Invisible Borders of the Medieval and Early Modern Town: The Vienna Example [Paper No: 519-b]
Weaving Monumental Borders [Paper No: 611-b]
When Beasts Turn Bad: Animals and Aggression in Iceland [Paper No: 1217-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]
Women and Gender in Vandal Africa [Paper No: 1306-b]
Writing the History of Denmark with High School Students: Species-Identifying Archaeological Leather through a Citizen Science Approach [Paper No: 616-c]