A Permanent Wound: Blackness, Fatherlessness, and Lost Inheritances in Moriaen, c. 1050-1350 [Paper No: 337-b]
A Women's Issue?: Voluntary Reclusion in Medieval Portugal [Paper No: 1128-c]
An Undisciplined Masculine Body of Pleasure and Desire [Paper No: 610-b]
'Armed with tears and prayers': Clare of Assisi in the Franciscan Apocalypse [Paper No: 614-a]
As Much a Woman as a Man: Gender and the Limits of Nobility in 15th-Century Castile [Paper No: 1508-b]
Bawdy Talk, Body Parts, and Female Things in the Old English Riddles [Paper No: 110-a]
Best Mom Ever: Defining the Maternal Sanctity of St Anne in High Medieval Liturgy [Paper No: 1632-b]
Between Fonthill and Forespecan: Changing Queenships in 10th-Century England [Paper No: 307-b]
Between Misogyny and Agency: The Representation of Women in the Byzantine Syntipas / Latin Dolopathos [Paper No: 115-c]
Between the Borders of Silence and Silenced: Decoding Political Acts of Sonic Reticence in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde [Paper No: 1204-b]
Beyond Borders: Queens as Peace Emissaries in the Franco-Navarrese Wars in the 14th Century [Paper No: 1032-c]
Bodily Confinement and the Heavenly Beyond in Li debonnaires Dieus [Paper No: 818-b]
Bodily Performance in Ritual Contexts: Healing the Sick in Byzantine Hagiography [Paper No: 510-a]
Boundaries of Sorcery: The Role of Seiðmenn in Viking Age Society [Paper No: 335-b]
Breaking the Fourth Wall: When Medieval Actors and the Audience Come to Blows [Paper No: 618-c]
Byzantine Femininities between Discipline and Punishment: Anthropology of the Female Body in Byzantium [Paper No: 510-c]
'Caedmon on the shell tip': Reading Old English with Lynette Roberts and Brenda Chamberlain in Wales [Paper No: 1610-a]
Captive Queens and Rebellious Nuns: A Re-Examination of the 'Scandal' in Poitiers [Paper No: 1106-c]
Caput et domina?: The Troubles of the Abbess in the Birgittine Double Order [Paper No: 1628-b]
Choreographing Salvific Pain: How Does the Hagiographer Capture the Lived Experience of the Saints of 13th-Century Liège? [Paper No: 1339-a]
Civilising the Feminine Body: The Gendered Language of Urbanization in The Speech of Thanks to Constantine and The Letter of the Conversion of Jews [Paper No: 604-c]
Classifying Criminals: Public Power, Judicial Ritual, and Policing Gender in Late Medieval Flanders [Paper No: 1332-a]
Clothar I and the Limits of Authority in Post-Roman Societies [Paper No: 1209-c]
Confusing Gender in Byzantine Fables: On the (Un)Importance of Gender in Symeon Seth's Stephanites kai Ichnelates [Paper No: 115-b]
Constructing Gender and Social Identity in the Poetry of Vandal-Era Carthage [Paper No: 1306-a]
Consumption and Incorporation in Middle English Literary Portrayals of Mother-Son Relationships [Paper No: 1532-c]
Contagion, Panic, Shame: Modern Transphobia's Medieval Resonances [Paper No: 239-b]
Courting the King's Son: Strategies of Feminisation in Rudolf von Ems' Barlaam [Paper No: 632-c]
Creating Spatial and Mental Borders through Royal Inter-Marriages during the Hundred Years War [Paper No: 1114-b]
'Defined as flesh by flesh-loathers': An Ecclesiastic, Somatic, Erotic Tour through Polydore Vergil's Sacred History [Paper No: 339-b]
Defining Borders: Women's Place within the Scottish Community of John Barbour's The Bruce [Paper No: 1608-b]
Delineating Boundaries: Gendering Intersex People in a Medieval Islamic Context [Paper No: 232-b]
Desperate Times, Desperate Measures: Noblewomen, Their Children, and Strategies of Protection in Times of Crisis in Early Medieval Europe [Paper No: 206-a]
Disabled Old Women against Romance: The Depictions of 'La Vieille', Frontier of Love in Le roman de la Rose [Paper No: 1105-a]
Drawing the Borders of Crip Time in Women's Monastic Life, c. 1200-1300 [Paper No: 1205-b]
Establishing Just Rule: Duplicate Charters and the Negotiations of the Ottonian Dominae imperiales [Paper No: 1132-a]
'Eue þydiz upp i uárt maal eymd edr ue' ('Eve signifies in our language misery or woe'): The Presentation of Eve in the Fall Story of Stjórn I [Paper No: 1029-c]
Eve (Un)Bound: Bounding the Maternal Body in the Middle English Lives of Adam and Eve [Paper No: 1732-c]
Everyman's Queer Failure [Paper No: 118-c]
Exploring Isalde's Space: Gender Boundaries in Eilhart's Tristrant [Paper No: 632-b]
Fabric of Feud: Material Culture and Female Identity in Laxdæla Saga [Paper No: 832-c]
Female Religious Power in Priestly Garments: Gender, Religion, and Material Culture in Lorvão at the time of Catarina d'Eça, 1471-1521 [Paper No: 240-d]
Female Travelers' Agency and Diverse Practices in Late Antiquity: A Critique of the Turners' Model of Pilgrimage [Paper No: 1606-d]
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]
Formative Spaces: Making Female Ascetics in Early Medieval Iberia [Paper No: 1206-b]
Forms of Unknowing: Contemplative Medievalism [Paper No: 1710-b]
Freedom through Formulae: Feminist Re-Readings / Re-Tellings of Middle English Fairy-Mistress Narratives [Paper No: 1018-c]
Gender and Privacy: De-Centring the Body in Medieval Trans Studies [Paper No: 610-c]
Gender and Sexuality in the Barlaam and Josaphat Textual Tradition: A Transcultural Exploration [Paper No: 115-a]
Gender and Status in Rings from the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean [Paper No: 1302-a]
Gender Matters, Matters Gender: Transmasculine Potentiality in Hervarar saga ok Heiðreks [Paper No: 337-c]
Gendered Disasters in the Post-Roman West [Paper No: 617-b]
Goiswintha: Distraught Mother or Vindictive Queen? [Paper No: 1232-a]
Grace, Free Will, and 'Unavoidable' Sex: Women in Service in the Early Medieval West [Paper No: 617-a]
Guarding and Crossing the Boundaries between the Sacred and the Profane: Priests and Eunuchs as 'boundless servants' in Medieval Europe, Byzantium, and the Islamic World [Paper No: 632-a]
Guinevere's Lack of Maternity in Arthurian Literature [Paper No: 1532-b]
Heavy Weighs the Heir: Pregnant Queens and Myths of Gender Exception [Paper No: 322-a]
'Her comforte and consolacyoun': Pain Management and Devotion in Childbirth in Late Medieval England [Paper No: 1732-b]
Hidden Heroines: The Appropriation of Women's Voices in Late Antique Latin Literature [Paper No: 1006-b]
Holy Cat!: The Complicated History of Saints and Their Cats [Paper No: 107-b]
Hybridity and Maternity in Medieval French Literature [Paper No: 1532-a]
Ideas, Roles, and Spaces of Intimacy in Conjugal Relationships in the Time of Louis the Pious, 814-840 [Paper No: 1017-c]
Imperial Bodies: The Physicality of the 'Macedonian Dynasty' [Paper No: 810-b]
'In quodam hospicio suspecto, ubi mulieres suspectae fuerunt': Sexual Misdeeds and Social Outcasts in Late Medieval Poland [Paper No: 537-b]
Indecent Bodies: Ageing Women in the Late Medieval West [Paper No: 239-c]
Inheriting on the Border of al-Andalus: Luxury Items and Family Memoria [Paper No: 1322-b]
Isolde: Female Hero, Heroine, or Counter-Hero? [Paper No: 732-c]
Julian of Norwich and Indecency in the Anchorhold: Blood Lust and Body Doubling [Paper No: 339-a]
'Just War', Slavery, and Sexual Ethics in the Late Medieval French Mediterranean [Paper No: 1136-a]
Lay Women Praying in Bed: Late Medieval Spaces for Praying in Disce Mori and The Tretyse of Love [Paper No: 529-b]
Literary and Social Border Crossings in The Canterbury Tales [Paper No: 1119-b]
Lost and Found: The Blurred Boundaries of 12th-Century Women's Spirituality through the Historiographical Lens of Religious Polemics [Paper No: 1128-a]
'Luego se tornava muger': Crossing Gender Borders in Sendebar [Paper No: 532-c]
Lyrics beyond Borders: The Reception of Trobairitz Poetry in Northern France and Catalonia [Paper No: 1004-b]
Marguerite of Provence and a Queen's Self-Representation as a Political Actor [Paper No: 1032-b]
Mary of Woodstock: The Porous Border between Medieval Princess and Nun [Paper No: 332-c]
Masculine Machines of Desire: A Deleuzoguattarian Reading of Salme in Salman und Morolf [Paper No: 1233-c]
Models of Female Agency in Fin'amor Literature [Paper No: 732-b]
Monsters, Demons, and Mary of Egypt: Sanctity at the End of the World in Caxton's Golden Legend [Paper No: 614-b]
Mundium: Between Guardianship and Unfreedom [Paper No: 737-a]
'My sturdy hardynesse': The Wife of Bath's Anti-Feminist Satire as Trans Narrative [Paper No: 322-c]
Narratives of Female Martyrdom in Visigothic Spain [Paper No: 1206-c]
Narratives of Women Mystics and the Conversion of Medieval Sápmi [Paper No: 1638-c]
Negotiating the Border between Self and Other in Ibn Hazm's Approach to Heresy: Islamic Law's Turn to the Arts [Paper No: 1216-a]
No Country for Old Women?: Women and Religious Dissidence in the Post-Roman World [Paper No: 1006-a]
'No way under compulsion': The Cultivation of Authority in the Earldom of Mar under Isabella Douglas, Countess of Mar [Paper No: 1608-c]
None Shall Pass: Women at the Heavenly Toll-Gates [Paper No: 1026-c]
Norrænaðr: 'Norwegianing' Falconry Motifs in Strengleikar's Jonet [Paper No: 1605-b]
Of Woman Born?: Boundaries of Gender and the Body in Later Medieval Gottesgeburt Imagery [Paper No: 129-a]
Old English Poetry and Mercian Queens [Paper No: 1210-a]
On the Border of Worlds: The Ambivalent Role of Midwives among the Early Medieval Slavs - An Archaeological Study [Paper No: 1606-a]
Opening Words: Saintly Speech and Bodily Rupture in the Old English Juliana [Paper No: 1210-b]
Optical Theory and Feminine Auctoritas within Chaucer's the 'Tale of Melibee' [Paper No: 1118-b]
Ottoman Harem Occult Interests [Paper No: 530-b]
'Pagan' Practices in Burchard of Worms' Corrector sive medicus [Paper No: 1028-a]
'Parvula, non parvum linquis, virguncula, luctum': The Good 'Pater' Charlemagne Grieves the Loss of His Children [Paper No: 1017-b]
Penal Pilgrimage or Death: The Exclusion of Women for Witchcraft by the 14th-Century Church in Norway and Ireland [Paper No: 537-a]
People, Kin, or King?: Mercian Loyalties in the Early 10th Century [Paper No: 705-a]
Petitioning, Intercession, Action: Elite Women's Agency and Power within the Political Framework of the 11th-Century Byzantine Empire [Paper No: 1508-a]
Power, Succession, and the Politics of Gender in Medieval Sri Lanka, c. 1186-1215 [Paper No: 206-b]
Pregnancy and Knowledge in the Old English Medical Tradition [Paper No: 1732-a]
Princesses Crossing Borders: Ritual, Agency, and Memory [Paper No: 332-a]
Providing Queenly Resources across Borders: Alcolea de Cinca in the 15th Century [Paper No: 332-b]
Purification without Impurity: Postpartum Christian Rituals in Late Medieval Iberia [Paper No: 1724-b]
Purposeful Cats, Aimless Dogs?: Human-Animal Interactions in Devotio Moderna Biographies [Paper No: 107-c]
Queer Body, Queer Corpus: Niketas Stethatos' Castration of Symeon the New Theologian [Paper No: 710-a]
Queer Exile: Orienting John the Evangelist in the Illustrated English Apocalypse [Paper No: 139-a]
Queer Youth in the Middle English Pharaoh Pageants [Paper No: 337-a]
Queering an Icon: Introducing Gestures of Passionate Love among the 40 Martyrs of Sebaste [Paper No: 710-c]
Reconfiguring Eunuchs' Bodies and Politics in Byzantium: Trisexuation and Imperial Eunuchs of War in the 6th and 7th Centuries [Paper No: 810-a]
Re-Evaluating Rædwald's Wife: A Queen, Confidant, and Teacher? [Paper No: 832-a]
Remembering Crusade in Scotland: Christiana de Brus, the Earls of Dunbar, and Gendered Family Commemorations in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1608-a]
Representing Gender-Based Violence in Late Antiquity and Beyond [Paper No: 617-c]
Rethinking Virginity in Old French Hagiography [Paper No: 1239-b]
Scholars and Sages of the Medieval World: Muslim Women as Teachers [Paper No: 1606-b]
Sex Workers and Notaries: A Mediterranean Collaboration [Paper No: 1136-c]
Sexual Purity versus Ritual Purity in Medieval Egypt: The View from the Cairo Genizah [Paper No: 1724-a]
Shame and Conjugal Masculinity in Impotence Trials in York, 1350-1450 [Paper No: 1117-a]
Signifying the Body and Communicating the Spirit: Byzantine Gender Dynamics in an Orthodox Christian Context [Paper No: 710-b]
St Perpetua and St Felicitas: The Transformation of Motherhood [Paper No: 1632-c]
Talking Genitalia in the Old English Riddles: Sex, Gender Roles, and Polysemic Solutions [Paper No: 532-b]
That's All (S)He Wrote: The Boundaries between Gender and the Page in London, British Library, MS Additional 37790 [Paper No: 832-b]
The Abbess and the Inscription: A Material Perspective on Women's Monasticism in Visigothic Spain [Paper No: 1206-a]
The Bathing Beauties of the Middle Ages: The History and Likeness of Susanna and Bathseba [Paper No: 201-a]
The Battle of Dun Nechtain (685) and the Post-War Crisis of Masculinity [Paper No: 1208-b]
The Benedictine Nuns of Engelberg and Their Fratres: A Double Monastery as a Centre of Piety? [Paper No: 1628-a]
The Case of Richilde of Hainaut: Gender, Motherhood, and the Historiography of the Flemish Civil War of 1071 [Paper No: 1632-d]
The End of War: Women at the Border of Violence and Crusade in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1623-c]
The Governor, the Wife and the Cock-Blocking Constable: Spatial Policing and Heterosexual Parody in the York Pageant The Dream of Pilate's Wife [Paper No: 118-b]
The Intricate Patterns and Pitfalls of Female Mediation in Late Medieval Dream Poetry [Paper No: 732-a]
The Landscapes of the Pastourelle: Boundaries, Transgressions, and Violence in the Countryside [Paper No: 818-c]
The Legitimate One and Only: Legitimisation and Europeanisation of Norwegian Queenship in the 13th Century [Paper No: 517-b]
The Miraculous Penis [Paper No: 239-a]
The Perception of Enclosure in Female Monasteries in Poland [Paper No: 228-b]
The 'Rome-Journey': A Late Medieval Vernacular Prayer in the Context of Imagined Pilgrimage [Paper No: 629-a]
The Scribal Act as a Gendering Act in the Byzantine Lives of 'Cross-Dressing' Saints [Paper No: 510-b]
The She-Wolf of France?: The Frenchness of Isabella Capet [Paper No: 232-c]
The Significance of Women and Children in Jordanes' Getica [Paper No: 817-b]
The Weathered Self [Paper No: 1309-c]
Theophylact Simocatta and the Eroto-Rhetorical Figuration of the Male Body [Paper No: 610-a]
Tracing the Queen's Share in Rulership: A Comparative Analysis of Charters from 11th-Century England and Germany [Paper No: 1132-b]
Trans… Matters: The Repartee of Medieval Bodies [Paper No: 322-b]
Transcending Bodily Borders: Hildegard of Bingen's Understanding of Women and the Womb [Paper No: 1738-a]
Transgressive Queens or Committed Rulers?: Angevin Queens in the 12th Century [Paper No: 1032-a]
Translating for a Woman: John of Seville, the Secretum Secretorum, and the 'Queen of the Spains' [Paper No: 636-a]
Translating Saints: Liturgy, Translation, and Vernacular Hagiography in the Diepenveen Sister-Book [Paper No: 529-c]
Undecidable Borders: The Scholarly Construction of Julian of Norwich's Motherhood [Paper No: 1632-a]
Women According to the Lombard Laws [Paper No: 817-a]
Women and Credit in Montpellier [Paper No: 1636-b]
Women and Gender in Vandal Africa [Paper No: 1306-b]
Women at the Boundaries of the Church in Late Antique Burgundy: Sex, Incest, and Gendered Absence [Paper No: 1106-a]
Women Hospital Officials in 15th-Century Perpignan: Catalan and Southern French Influences [Paper No: 1636-c]
Women in the Lex Burgundionum [Paper No: 1106-b]
Women, Families, and the Making of Loyalty in Time and Space: The Kin of Ealdorman Byrhtnoth [Paper No: 705-b]
Wrestling with Pedagogy: A Kinaesthetic Perspective on the Education of Princes [Paper No: 237-c]
'You've gone too far': Crossing Boundaries and Disapproving Witnesses in Medieval English Mortuary Accounts [Paper No: 1001-b]