A Comparison of Trusting Behaviour between Chinese Maritime Merchants, Foreign Merchants, and the Chinese Hinterland, 13th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1630-a]
A Financial Centre and Its Creditors: Siena in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1140-a]
Allegorical Gimmicks and Financial Monsters: Border-Fantasies of the Self in Late Medieval Literature [Paper No: 1309-a]
At the Borders of Commerce: Trecche, the Unwanted Merchants of Florence [Paper No: 1303-b]
Border Demarcations: Where Citizens Reached Their Limits in Late Medieval Salzburg [Paper No: 1126-c]
Borders in the Life of Late Medieval Hanseatic Merchants: Strategies, Risks, Costs [Paper No: 1615-a]
'Cities on edge': Complementing the History of Urbanism along the Early Medieval Mediterranean Frontiers [Paper No: 215-a]
Communication Strategies of the Hanse Town Network, c. 1450-1600 [Paper No: 709-c]
Credit and the Administration of the Poors' Funds in Small Lower Rhine Cities during the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1040-c]
Crossing Barriers: Jews in Late Medieval Warsaw [Paper No: 1615-b]
Edward II's Domestic Creditors: Loans from the City of London to the Crown, 1307-1327 [Paper No: 1630-c]
Ethno-Religious Groups and the Politics of Urban Space in Seville [Paper No: 1635-a]
Étudier les perturbations climatiques au Moyen Âge: L'exemple de Montpellier et son arrière-pays (Sud de France) [Paper No: 1236-b]
Fading Borders: The Integration of the Dalmatian Towns under King Louis I of Hungary [Paper No: 1326-b]
Financing the Eternal City: Public and Private Credit in 16th-Century Rome [Paper No: 1140-b]
Framing the Sacred: Aachen's Relics of the Virgin and Architectural Display [Paper No: 1712-b]
Freedom or Dependency?: Economic Border within a Twin City in Late Medieval Poland [Paper No: 1615-c]
Gutenwerd: A Deserted Medieval Borough in Carniola, on the South-Eastern Border of the Holy Roman Empire [Paper No: 511-b]
'Io ho tanto de patrimonio in Puglia, io andarò là e staro là': Maritime Mobility and Trans-Adriatic Trade on Late Medieval Venetian Korčula [Paper No: 326-c]
Making the City of Blades: Solingen Blade Manufacturing from the 13th to the 16th Century [Paper No: 742-a]
Manorial Evidence and the People of 1381 [Paper No: 1341-c]
Mobility and Higher Education in the Cities of the Holy Roman Empire, 1450-1650 [Paper No: 1131-a]
On the Origin of Burgages: New Evidence from Ipswich, 7th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 519-a]
One Liberty in Name Only: Artisans' Struggle for Equality in a Mercantile Town [Paper No: 324-a]
Politics, Credit, and Public Spending in Bologna between the End of the 13th Century and the First Half of the 14th Century [Paper No: 1140-c]
Prague and the 10th-Century Slave Trade [Paper No: 737-b]
Roleplaying Medieval Italian Lords: Factional and Party Borders in Game Form [Paper No: 333-a]
Shopping at the Mercatus and the Bazaar: Trade Environment along the Limes [Paper No: 725-a]
The Contado as a Constructed Marker of Space in the Struggle for Food Security in Medieval Tuscany [Paper No: 1303-a]
The Duke before the Wall: Some Remarks on the Symbolic Meaning of the City Walls in Medieval Poland [Paper No: 612-c]
The Limits of Collaboration: Inter-Communal Commercial Agreements in Mozarabic Toledo [Paper No: 1730-a]
The Pledging of Dominions and Royal Rights in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1040-b]
The Thickness of City Walls: Intercity-State Alliances among Late Medieval Italian Popular Rebels Compared with Ones North of the Alps and of 16th-Century Italy [Paper No: 1241-a]
Trade Networks and Town Politicians in Late Medieval Scandinavia [Paper No: 809-a]
Urban Change in Lisbon, 11th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 323-c]
Why Did Owain Glyndŵr Burn the Towns of Wales? [Paper No: 527-d]
Women Hospital Officials in 15th-Century Perpignan: Catalan and Southern French Influences [Paper No: 1636-c]