(Sea-)Stranding and Thematic Unity in Andreas Saga Postola I [Paper No: 1029-a]
A (Mostly) Unknown Text Arguing for the Sanctity of Henry the Young King [Paper No: 208-b]
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]
A Delicate Balancing Act: Anastasius the Librarian as Diplomat and Translator between Rome, Pavia, and Constantinople [Paper No: 1121-b]
A Problematic Inheritance: The Conflict between Afonso II of Portugal and His Sisters through the Lens of Innocent III's Letters [Paper No: 528-a]
A Testament to the Saints: Wills in Late Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1129-b]
Abbesses and Family Independence in Medieval Milan [Paper No: 206-c]
Acting Their Parts: The Iconographies of Episcopal Authority Modeled through the Vercelli Rotolus [Paper No: 204-c]
Alan of Lille Preaching against Heresy: Topics and Techniques [Paper No: 1028-c]
Aliados y rivales en la definición de las fronteras diocesanas en el sur del Reino de León [Paper No: 736-c]
An Ecclesiastical History of Medieval Duklja: A Landscape Defined by Rite [Paper No: 1034-a]
Archbishop Geoffrey Plantagenet of York's Conception of His Archiepiscopal Office and Authority [Paper No: 304-b]
Authority Implied: The Presence and Absence of Authorities in 'Minor' Canonical Collections [Paper No: 1143-c]
Autoridad, límites y jurisdicción: la conflictiva construcción episcopal de Castilla, siglos XI-XIII [Paper No: 736-b]
Being a Bishop at the Edges of Latin Christianity: Liturgy and War in the Unknown High Medieval Pontifical from Wrocław [Paper No: 204-a]
Benedict's New Friends: The Treatment of Breton Relics at Fleury in the 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1529-b]
Bernard of Clairvaux on the Boundary: Preventing the Conversion of the Jews to Christianity [Paper No: 624-a]
Between Borders and Frontiers: Friars in the Iberian Peninsula [Paper No: 328-a]
Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes in the Territory of Today's Montenegro, 11th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1134-a]
Bishop Buckingham Goes to Town [Paper No: 704-a]
Bishops between the Exercise of Episcopal Office and Local Needs: The Construction and View of Authority in Thietmar of Merseburg's Chronicon [Paper No: 104-c]
Blurred Lines in Bernard of Clairvaux's Anti-Heretical Sermons [Paper No: 1028-b]
Books and the Blurred Boundaries of Scholarly Heresy in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1228-b]
Building Dioceses' Borders through Legendary Bishops: Cartularies and Forgeries in the Castilian Kingdom, 9th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 836-a]
Bureaucracy and Belief: The Institutionalisation of Religion in the Early Inquisition Tribunals [Paper No: 1640-c]
Caesarius of Arles: The Authority of the Patres at the Border between Tradition and Innovation [Paper No: 1343-b]
Challenging Borders of Race, Religion, and Culture via Procedural Content Generation [Paper No: 133-a]
Christian Peace: Cusanus' Exclusive Peace Conception as Reflected in His Writings [Paper No: 1639-b]
Christ's New Frontier: Portugal and the Evangelisation of the Atlantic Coast of Africa in the 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 130-b]
Church Hymns in Slavic Liturgical Books: Text and Music across the Borders [Paper No: 1211-b]
Contesting Royal and Aristocratic Power in a Time of Reform and Conquest: St Laurence O'Toole, Archbishop of Dublin (d. 1180), in England and Ireland [Paper No: 1116-a]
Copying Augustine across Borders: The Manuscript Transmission of His Treatises on Initiation, Marriage, and Penance in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 507-a]
Countering Islam in Cusanus, Juan de Segovia, and Libellus to Leo X: A Comparison [Paper No: 1639-a]
County Boundaries, an Exercise in Hercology: The Shiring of the Devon / Dumnonian, Dorset / Wessex Border Presented in Aldhelm's Carmen rhythmicum [Paper No: 1326-a]
Courtliness, Honour, and Holiness between the Garonne and Rhône Rivers, 1100-1250 [Paper No: 1536-a]
Cultural Hybridity in the Cordoban Calendar at the Border between Christian, Arabic, and Jewish Traditions [Paper No: 1604-b]
Cusanus' Influence on the Tudor Dynasty [Paper No: 1639-c]
Damnatio memoriae in Early Medieval Canon Law Collections [Paper No: 1143-a]
Demarcate and Punish: Excommunication and Marginalisation on the Anglo-Scottish Border in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 1114-c]
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]
Dog Kennels, Cowsheds, and Pigsties: Pollution of Sacred Sites as an Argument for Monastic Reform in the 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1329-a]
Drawing a (Legal) Line?: Papal and Episcopal Jurisdiction in the Later 12th Century [Paper No: 535-a]
Dreiapsidensaalkirche across the Borders [Paper No: 1227-b]
Ecclesiastical Incomes and Political Control in the Fishing Communities of Arctic Norway in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 235-a]
English Bishops as Judges: Mutations in Legal Practice and Language in the 14th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 304-c]
Episcopal Self-Fashioning: The Post-Augustinian Authors and the Apocalypse [Paper No: 104-a]
Establishing Facts: The Liber Maiorichinus in Context [Paper No: 114-a]
Excommunicate!: Negotiating Exclusion in the Early Medieval Church [Paper No: 1026-d]
Famulus Dei: Some Reflections on the Passio of Praejectus of Clermont [Paper No: 104-b]
Feigned Mobility in the Service of Religious Rapprochement?: The Curious Case of Paul of Antioch [Paper No: 613-c]
Flight and Punishment: Unfree Resistance in 11th-Century French Hagiography [Paper No: 837-c]
Freising and the Slavs under Bishop Abraham: Possible Literary Witnesses of the Freising Mission in Carantania Found in Present Day Carinthia [Paper No: 1601-c]
Friars on the Borders of the Far North: The Mendicants and Their Provinces of Dacia [Paper No: 328-d]
From Barbarian Warrior to Christian Knight? [Paper No: 127-c]
From Barbarians to Heretics: Late Antique Perceptions of the Western Periphery [Paper No: 1025-a]
From Caesarius of Arles to Alanus of Farfa: The Dynamic Reception of Patristic Preaching in 6th- and 7th-Century Sermon Collections [Paper No: 507-c]
From Patrociny to Hagio-Toponym: Toponymic Changes and the Saints' Cult in Medieval Livonia [Paper No: 707-a]
From Tournai to Trondheim: Flemish Saints in Danish and Norwegian Manuscripts [Paper No: 1129-c]
Great Expectations: 10th-Century Priests and the Admonitio Synodalis [Paper No: 126-b]
Hello from the Other Side: Relations of Body and Soul while Dying in High Medieval Otherworld Stories [Paper No: 131-b]
Heterodoxy: Paganism, Lay Religiosity, and Heresy - Blurred Boundaries and Continuity from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages with an Emphasis on the Bogomils [Paper No: 1228-a]
Hidden Heroines: The Appropriation of Women's Voices in Late Antique Latin Literature [Paper No: 1006-b]
Holy Bottoms and Heavy Balloons: Mysticism's Back Rooms [Paper No: 139-b]
Holy Land as Refuge: Push Factors as Motivators for Late Roman Elite Female Pilgrims [Paper No: 717-b]
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]
How the Question of Authority Has Defined Borders of Confessional Practice in Middle Byzantium [Paper No: 813-b]
'I will give myself to the work of reading history': Pre-Conquest Echoes in the Relatio de Standardo of Aelred of Rievaulx [Paper No: 1308-c]
Imperial and Ecclesiastical Letters around the Council of Chalcedon, 451: The Power Perspective [Paper No: 219-b]
Impossible Silence, Persistent Noise: Sonic Challenges to the Application of the Rule of Benedict in Carolingian Monasteries [Paper No: 740-c]
In the Scrubs of CCM (Corpus Consuetudinum Monasticarum) 1: The Rule of Benedict and Carolingian Monastic Reform [Paper No: 740-b]
Indigenous Visionaries: An Alternative Way of Accessing Religious Change in Scandinavia [Paper No: 807-a]
Insight into the Use of London-Produced Liturgical Books in Medieval Sweden from 'Reverse Engineering' 16th-Century Manuscript Recycling [Paper No: 804-c]
Jealous Romans, False Provincials, and Clerical Migrations to Late Antique Rome [Paper No: 125-b]
John of Salisbury: The Mirrored Tyrannies of King and Archbishop [Paper No: 208-a]
John Philoponus' Letter to Justinian in Its Broader Political Context [Paper No: 219-a]
Law and Liturgy after the Investiture Contest: Episcopal Responsibilities in Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Clm 3909 [Paper No: 204-b]
Local Cults of Saints and Legitimisation of Bishops and Bishoprics [Paper No: 227-c]
Local Priests and Tithes in the Long 10th Century [Paper No: 226-c]
Local Synods, Priests' Exams, and Episcopal Control of Knowledge during the 10th and 11th Centuries [Paper No: 126-a]
Los Manrique, prelados de frontera: promotores de productos escritos normativos en el sur de Castilla [Paper No: 836-c]
Maimonides Latinus and Toledo in the Early 13th Century [Paper No: 636-c]
Making Agreements with Parish Priests in Southern France, c. 1270-1330 [Paper No: 1536-c]
Manuscript Fulda, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Aa 9: The Break-Up of the Formal Limits of Augustine's De ciuitate Dei in the Carolingian Period [Paper No: 607-c]
Merovingian Saints and the Border of the Hagiographic Tradition [Paper No: 520-c]
Missals for Parish Churches: The Case of the Late Medieval Diocese of Turku [Paper No: 804-a]
Missionary Activity of Frontier Apostles Ulfila and Mesrop Mashtots: Translation of Holy Texts into National Languages [Paper No: 1025-b]
Missionary Traditions, Religious Violence, and the Symbolic Legitimisation of Elites [Paper No: 127-b]
'Moving Byzantium to Crete': An Appeal to the Emperor by Patriarch Photius - Ecclesiastical Intervention during Warfare and Political Rivalry [Paper No: 813-c]
Mum of a Preacher Man: Priests and Their Mothers in Western European Charters [Paper No: 226-b]
Negotiating and Authoring the Boundaries of Episcopal Military Power: The Examples of the Siege of Bouillon (1141) and the Battle of Andenne (1153) in the Diocese of Liège [Paper No: 1315-a]
None Shall Pass: Women at the Heavenly Toll-Gates [Paper No: 1026-c]
Novices on Trial: Stories of Dominican Youth in the Vitas Fratrum [Paper No: 137-a]
Old Borders as New Borders: Diocesan Boundaries in the Ecclesiastical Province of Reims [Paper No: 1614-a]
Organising Society / Representing Kingship: The Mendicants and the Aragonese Conquest of Sardinia, c. 1320-1340 [Paper No: 328-b]
Orthodox Saints of Karelia: Medieval Cults and National Romanticist Interpolations [Paper No: 707-b]
Political Consequences of Dominican Foundations in the Border Area of Polonia and Teutonia [Paper No: 328-c]
Power and Politics: The Crozier in 10th- and 11th-Century England [Paper No: 1537-c]
Pre-Conquest Women in the Post-Conquest Community of St Cuthbert [Paper No: 1308-b]
Premonstratensian Double Monasteries: Ideal, Myth, and Reality [Paper No: 1528-b]
Priests' Wives and Partners in Northern Italy in the Long 10th Century [Paper No: 226-a]
Proxemic Signs within the Celebration of the Eucharist as Prescribed within Late Medieval Libri Ordinarii from the Low Countries [Paper No: 539-a]
Readings of Augustine in 9th-Century Discussions on the Soul [Paper No: 607-a]
Regnal and Papal Tension in the Reign of Richard II: Nationalist Connotations in the Chronicles [Paper No: 1016-c]
Reinforcing Boundaries between Clergy and Laity: Church Discipline in the Cathedral Chapter and Diocese of Burgos, 13th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 836-b]
Rendering Visible the Invisible: Servants and Slave-Girls in Jerome's Letters [Paper No: 717-a]
Resurrected by a Saint: Forms of Shaping and Functionalising the Other's Death in Hagiographical Literature [Paper No: 131-a]
Retrieving Ruusbroec in Modernity: The Flemish Jesuits between Mysticism and Nationalism [Paper No: 329-a]
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]
Rites of Passage and Conceptual Monastic Enclosures in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 225-b]
Royal Patronage and the Episcopate in the Reign of Edward III [Paper No: 1642-c]
Rules of Enfeoffment: Parish Landholding in Medieval York [Paper No: 1340-b]
Sacred Space in Medieval Theory and Practice: The English Episcopal Registers [Paper No: 1229-a]
Sancho II of Portugal, also known as the Rex inutilis: Reframing the Cultural Background of His Deposition [Paper No: 528-b]
Shaping Authority through Processes of Education in the Sermons of Peter Chrysologus [Paper No: 1343-a]
Shaping the Merovingian Past in Aimoin of Fleury's Historiae [Paper No: 731-b]
'She moves in mysterious ways': Women at the Forefront of Monastic Reformation [Paper No: 1128-b]
Singing with Authority: Liturgical Booklets and Visions of Authority in the 10th Century [Paper No: 1604-c]
Social Elite and Female Monastic Foundations in the 12th Century [Paper No: 227-b]
Sponsa Christi and Beata mater nostra: Birgitta in the Feast Day Sermons of Vadstena Abbey [Paper No: 807-c]
St Birgitta and the Merchants: Brigittine Monasteries across the Baltic Sea in Testamentary Bequests [Paper No: 807-b]
St Sylvester of Nonantola and the Fluvial System of the Eastern Po Valley [Paper No: 1321-c]
Struggles for Episcopal Legitimisation during the Gregorian Reform [Paper No: 327-a]
Studying the History of the Medieval Papacy in Russian Imperial Universities of St Peterburg and Yuriev [Paper No: 528-c]
Substitute Pilgrimage?: Translocation of Saints and Renegotiation of Sacred Space in Crusader Acre [Paper No: 1629-b]
Taming Giants: The Editing and Publication of Some 14th-Century Episcopal Registers [Paper No: 704-c]
Text Reuse in Antiheretical Polemics: Discovering Similar Passages with BLAST (Basic Local Alignment Search Tool) [Paper No: 205-b]
The Battle of Dun Nechtain (685) and the Post-War Crisis of Masculinity [Paper No: 1208-b]
The Benedictine Reform and the Norman Conquest in the Liber Eliensis: Creating Narrative Contrast to Rewrite the Past [Paper No: 1308-a]
The Bishop and the Beasts: Henry of Blois' Menagerie and the Construction of Episcopal Power [Paper No: 304-a]
The Bishop and the Borders: Building the Diocese in Northern Spain [Paper No: 736-a]
The Borders of Official Religion: Conformity and Officeholding in Theodosian Legislation [Paper No: 1513-a]
The Bounds of Saints' Power: Where Miracles Happened in the Carolingian World [Paper No: 120-b]
The Commemoration of Executors on Pre-Reformation Monuments and Related Inscriptions [Paper No: 1503-b]
The Construction of Orthodoxy: Heresy, Belief, and Ritual in Sermons from Arras and Paris [Paper No: 1740-a]
The Cult and Hagiography of St Ambrose of Milan in Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1029-b]
The Danish Connection in the Trans-European Confrontation between Papacy and Monarchy around 1300 [Paper No: 135-a]
The Easter Controversy in Northumbria after the Synod of Whitby, 664-672 [Paper No: 1330-a]
The Establishment and Expansion of the Friars in Medieval Dublin [Paper No: 1340-c]
The Extraordinary Library of the Abbey of La Charité-lès-Lézinnes in Burgundy [Paper No: 640-b]
The Gospel of Matthew and God's Perfecti: The Boundaries of the Perfect Life in the Writings of the Venerable Bede [Paper No: 706-a]
The Hidden and the Revealed: A Theological Reading of the Gothic Choir Screen [Paper No: 514-c]
The Imagery of 'Luciferians' in Early 14th-Century Central Europe: Local and European Contexts [Paper No: 1740-b]
The Inscription of William Chapman (d. 1446) of London [Paper No: 1503-a]
The Liminal Music Space of Chant: Augustine and the Loss of Boundaries [Paper No: 1026-a]
'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 Papacy and Clerics in Minor Orders [Paper No: 628-b]
The Papal Provinciale [Paper No: 628-a]
The Reception of Carolingian Texts for Priests in 11th-Century Manuscripts [Paper No: 126-c]
The St Mary Cathedrals of Hamburg, Hildesheim, and Paderborn in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 1101-a]
The Vita and Visions of Sophia, an Otherwise Unknown Cistercian Nun from 14th-Century Germany [Paper No: 640-a]
The Wisdom of the Greeks: Peter Abelard as a Reader of Greek Patristic Sources [Paper No: 1231-c]
Three Portraits of a Non-Existant Friar: Authority and Authorship in Printed Sermons [Paper No: 1343-c]
Through Christendom: The Portuguese Cardinals as Agents and Intermediaries in the 15th Century [Paper No: 826-a]
Throwing the Story into the Ring: How Perugia, Biblioteca Augusta Comunale MS 1046 Introduces the Stories in Compilatio Assisiensis into the Franciscan Debate [Paper No: 1311-b]
Tracing the Border of Authority: Paul the Deacon's Homiliary and the Performance of Orthodoxy [Paper No: 1604-a]
Tracing the Modes of Expressing Doubts and Textual Coherence in the Treatise De praxibus curiae Romanae by Matthew of Kraków [Paper No: 619-a]
Traversing the Borders: Playing with Intersections in A Plague Tale: Innocence [Paper No: 133-b]
Trying too Hard?: Medieval 'Anti-Popes' and the Rhetoric of Schism [Paper No: 628-c]
Unbelievers, Heretics, and Atheists: Drawing Borders between the Terms [Paper No: 522-c]
'Under imperium of the Angles': Building, Confirming, and Losing Claims on the Northumbrian Frontiers at Abercorn and Lindsey, 671-685 [Paper No: 232-a]
Under the Floorboards: Fragments from Parish Churches in Norway [Paper No: 804-b]
Varieties of 'Patristic Authority' at Carolingian Church Councils [Paper No: 607-b]
Visions of Authority in the Reign of Theodosius II [Paper No: 1209-b]
Ways in and out of Dependency in the Ecclesiastical Domain [Paper No: 837-a]
What Came First, the Elm or the Yew?: Fountains Abbey and Its Foundation Narrative [Paper No: 140-a]
What Can Social Network Analysis Reveal about the 13th-Century Cartulary from Saint-Amand, Rouen? [Paper No: 609-a]
William of Saint-Thierry's Greek 'Sources' and Influences [Paper No: 1231-b]