Abbatial Office and Politics in Pre-Conquest England [Paper No: 1537-b]
Abbesses and Family Independence in Medieval Milan [Paper No: 206-c]
Beatrice of Aragon and the Borders of Her Realms: How Transylvania Reached the Danube in 1480 [Paper No: 1728-a]
Borders in the Life of Late Medieval Hanseatic Merchants: Strategies, Risks, Costs [Paper No: 1615-a]
Borders of Medias: Boundaries between Narrative and Visual Sources in a 14th-Century Example of Depictions of a Luxembourg Pedigree [Paper No: 1726-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]
Communal Boundaries, Boundary Spanners, and Religious Change in Ifrīqiya, 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1223-b]
Complicated Lives and Collaborative Research: Mapping the Effects of Conversion to Christianity on Jewish Marriage Practices in Late Medieval Girona [Paper No: 105-d]
Database Design and Early Findings [Paper No: 1341-b]
'Fractione et prostratione ad terram'?: Caerlaverock and the Remaking of 14th-Century Scotland [Paper No: 1201-c]
From Ordination to Obit: The Prosopography of English Carthusians, c. 1350-1540 [Paper No: 828-c]
From Poppa of Bayeux to Gunnor: The Role of More Danico Wives as the Mother of Heirs to the Duchy of Normandy [Paper No: 106-a]
'From this mixture would come the highest crown': Remembering and Representing the Ethnic Identities of Female Ancestors [Paper No: 106-b]
From Troy to Iceland: The Use of Translatio imperii and Icelandic Identity [Paper No: 838-c]
Jacquetta of Luxembourg and the Negotiation of Identities for Survival during the Wars of the Roses [Paper No: 106-c]
Le Livere de Reis de Brittanie: A Hitherto Unedited Anglo-Norman Chronicle from The Peterborough Chronicle (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 636) [Paper No: 1501-a]
Life-Writing on Lead [Paper No: 105-b]
Medieval Slate Fragments from Cologne's Jewish Quarter: Lists of Names and Texts [Paper No: 209-a]
Nobility and Lineage on the Frontier of the Castilian Kingdom during the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 536-d]
Ralph of Diceto, the Origins of Frankish Kingship, and the Coronation of Phillipp Augustus [Paper No: 1722-b]
Searching for Unfree Families in 13th-Century Byzantium: Marital Consent in the Dossiers of Demetrios Chomatenos and John Apokaukos [Paper No: 105-c]
Social Mobility in Nicaea and Late Byzantium through Imperial 'Kinship by Choice' [Paper No: 513-c]
Social Networks in Early English Charters [Paper No: 1637-b]
The Case of Anna Pilemann: Was It Possible for a Woman to Cross the Invisible Limits in Medieval Gdańsk? [Paper No: 1715-b]
The Power and Authority of Norman Noblewomen, 1010-1160: The Charter Evidence [Paper No: 306-a]
The Social Networks of Carolingian Septimania [Paper No: 105-a]
Urban Hierarchies and the Role of Ulemah in Late Islamic Gharb al-Andalus [Paper No: 323-b]
What It Means to Be King: Ideals of Kingship in 15th-Century Royal Genealogical Chronicles [Paper No: 1316-b]