A Dangerous Metropolis: The Imprisoned Foreign Jews in Wrocław, 1453 [Paper No: 724-b]
Absentee Landlords, Anarchist Swamps: Community Structure, Organisation, and Economy in Rural English Wetland Communities [Paper No: 308-a]
Across the Border: Rabbinic Authorities about Casherut and Conversion in a Time of Crisis - The Aftermath of 1391 [Paper No: 724-c]
An Ecclesiastical History of Medieval Duklja: A Landscape Defined by Rite [Paper No: 1034-a]
Anglo-Saxon Perceptions and Representations of Europe [Paper No: 1222-a]
Baldemar of Petterweil: 'Mapping' Frankfurt, c. 1350 [Paper No: 534-b]
Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes in the Territory of Today's Montenegro, 11th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1134-a]
Beyond the Border: Communities, Violence, and the Construction of Territory to the North and South of the Duero River [Paper No: 1222-c]
Borders and the (Non-)Formation of Tribal Societies in Roman North Africa, 1st-6th Centuries [Paper No: 1130-a]
Borders and the Spaces Between: Recovering Two Palimpsested Maps [Paper No: 634-a]
Boundary Lines and Limits in Forest, Fields, and Wastes [Paper No: 111-c]
Breaching the Walls: Violating Rome's Sacred Space [Paper No: 504-a]
Concerning the Transtigritani: A Geopolitical Curiosity on the Eastern Roman Frontier, 4th-6th Centuries [Paper No: 825-b]
Cosmographic Vision in Nizāmī's Romantic Epic Haft Paykar [Paper No: 715-c]
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]
Depictions of Cities in William of Tyre's Chronicon: An Attempt to Overcome (Religious) Borders? [Paper No: 116-b]
Different Regions?: Komnenian Paphlagonia and Laskarid Bithynia in the Works of Niketas Choniates [Paper No: 713-a]
Distant in Space and Habit?: Differing Perceptions of Ireland in the 11th and 12th Centuries [Paper No: 1722-a]
Drawing Boundaries, Crossing Borders: Locomotion on Images of the Holy Land as a Way of Transmitting the Experience of Pilgrimage [Paper No: 734-c]
Dvin between the Romans and Sasanians in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 825-c]
Dykes, Ditches, and Drains: Borders and Place-Names on the Isle of Axholme [Paper No: 1634-a]
Early Medieval History and the Genetic Challenge: The Aims of the HistoGenes Project [Paper No: 501-a]
Ecclesiastical Incomes and Political Control in the Fishing Communities of Arctic Norway in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 235-a]
English Dispute Maps, 16th-Early 17th Centuries [Paper No: 834-c]
Enigma, Audience, Locale: 'The Ruin' as a Riddle [Paper No: 310-b]
Environmental Boundaries of Italy [Paper No: 1021-a]
Experiencing Historical Landscapes Using Visual Storytelling [Paper No: 1134-c]
Extreme Otherness and the Contested Land of Carlisle in Middle English Arthurian Romance [Paper No: 1509-b]
French Dispute Maps, 14th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 834-a]
From Conquest to Commerce: The Maturation of Marshal Leinster within a Transnational Lordship, 1170-1247 [Paper No: 1526-a]
From New Ross to Damascus: Ireland's International Wool and Woollen-Cloth Trade, 1250-1380 [Paper No: 1526-b]
Frontier Justice: Mapping the Borders of the Extended Mind in Early English Texts and Landscapes [Paper No: 1137-c]
Historical Patterns of Spatial Distribution in Early Middle Ages: A Case Study of Istria [Paper No: 1227-c]
Hostages and Exiles: The Townsmen of Bruges and Ypres and the Rebellion of Maritime Flanders, 1323-1328 [Paper No: 1241-b]
Inferring Large Pedigrees and Mobility Patterns from the Analysis of Early Medieval Genomes [Paper No: 501-b]
Law, Place, and People: Langobard Legal Actors in the Lombard Laws [Paper No: 1622-a]
'Like an ocean monster risen to breathe': The Shifting Sands, Flesh, and Waters of Ravenser Odd [Paper No: 317-d]
Living on the Edge of the Avar Empire: Anthropological Perspectives [Paper No: 601-b]
Locating Borders in Alfredian England [Paper No: 1010-a]
Making and Unmaking Borders in Muslim and Christian Iberia [Paper No: 315-c]
Mapping a Medieval City: Historische Topographie Nürnberg (Topo N) - A Real Estate Database for the City of Nürnberg [Paper No: 534-a]
Mapping Mudéjar: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Architecture in Iberia [Paper No: 1101-b]
Mapping the Future?: Burials in the Lives of Saints from the Book of Lismore [Paper No: 719-b]
Mappings at the High Court of Burgundy: Dispute Maps and the Great Council of Mechelen, 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 834-b]
Marking the Lion's Scent: Georgian Borders between Idea and Reality [Paper No: 1214-b]
Medieval Borders in the Digital Age: Approaching the (Re)Creation of Medieval Border Zones through Digital Methods (OpenAtlas and GIS) [Paper No: 1234-a]
Medieval Switzerland: Developing Borders of a Multicultural Polity [Paper No: 615-b]
Mental Maps of Migration: Reusing, Readapting, and Relocating Ethnonyms in Early Medieval Geographies [Paper No: 1522-b]
Mike Clover and the Frontiers, Borders, and Boundaries of Vandal Africa [Paper No: 1625-b]
Mist as a Mode of Cohabitation in the Mabinogion [Paper No: 317-a]
Modern Cartographic Representations of Medieval Borders and Border Zones [Paper No: 1134-b]
Monsters at the Borders: The Early Medieval English Wonders of the East and World Maps [Paper No: 815-b]
'Mores peregrinos abicite': The Rhetorical Use of Foreigners and Foreignness in Cassiodorus' Variae [Paper No: 125-c]
North-Eastern South Caucasian Unknown Medieval Sites for the Reinforcement of Borders with the North Caucasus [Paper No: 1214-c]
Northern Norway as a Border Area in the Middle Ages: Ethnicity, Economy, and the Expansion of the Medieval Norwegian Kingdom before 1400 [Paper No: 235-b]
OpenAtlas: Open Software for Overcoming Borders between Disciplines [Paper No: 840-b]
Problematising the Border: The River Minho between the 12th and 14th Centuries [Paper No: 826-b]
Punishment from the Grave: Islamisation and Heterodoxy in Funeral Practices in Rural Areas in the Middle Frontier of al-Andalus [Paper No: 215-c]
Reading the Topographies of Romance: Re-Imagining Borders after the Hundred Years War [Paper No: 1509-c]
Reconstructing Local Boundaries in Early Medieval Scotland: The Cases of Rhynie (Aberdeenshire) and Burghead (Moray) [Paper No: 637-b]
Religio-Political Frontiers in Cristoforo Buondelmonti's Liber insularum Archipelagi [Paper No: 1515-a]
Safety behind Borders?: The Role of Territorial Boundaries in the Persecution of Jews in Late Medieval Austria [Paper No: 724-a]
Seeing the Tangible through the Lens of the Intangible: Medieval Romance Literature, Deathscapes, and the Castle [Paper No: 1001-d]
Sharing Lordships in Late Medieval Languedoc [Paper No: 1336-a]
Spatialising Difference on the Borders of Medieval World Maps [Paper No: 734-a]
Storming the Castle: Medieval Climate Change, Storm Surges, and Coastal Impacts at Caerlaverock [Paper No: 1201-b]
Taking a Look at the Medieval Jewish Quarter in Cologne: Topography, Infrastructure, and Jewish-Christian Inter-Relations [Paper No: 109-a]
The Almond-Shaped Frame of the Genoese World Map: Between Ptolemaic Projection and God's Transcendence [Paper No: 634-c]
The Borders of Identity in Matthew Paris [Paper No: 722-b]
The Borders of Lyric in the Venetian Troubadour Bertolome Zorzi's Prison Song [Paper No: 818-a]
The Borders of the Holy Land as Represented on a Medieval Hebrew Map [Paper No: 734-b]
The Carolingian Avaria: Ideas and Practice of Territory [Paper No: 1522-c]
The Christian Colonisation of an Andalusian Border Area: The Case of Boatella Suburb, València [Paper No: 1015-b]
The Deep Past of the Arab-Byzantine Border in Medieval Arabic Geography [Paper No: 1223-a]
The Establishment and Expansion of the Friars in Medieval Dublin [Paper No: 1340-c]
The Gates of the Alans: Roman-Sasanian Narratives and the Realities of Contact across the Caucasian Gates in the Late Antique and Early Medieval Worlds [Paper No: 825-a]
The Genoese and the Canary Islands: From the Fortunate Isles to the Sugar Plantation, 1478-1510 [Paper No: 317-b]
The Governors of the Border Towns during the Serbian Expansion into Byzantine Macedonia, 1282-1355: Survey and Analysis of Elite Change [Paper No: 1234-b]
The Hereford Map: Bordering on 'Obscurity and Oblivion' [Paper No: 634-b]
The Rise and Fall of Arid Settlements at the Borders of the Late Roman Empire in the 6th-7th Centuries [Paper No: 111-a]
The Thughur's Forgotten al-Massisa (Mopsouestia): A Historical Biography of One of the Most Highly Contested Sites of the Islamo-Byzantine Frontier [Paper No: 1015-a]
Tracing Rural Lifeways: Sacred Spaces and Their Environments at the Centre and Periphery of Cretan Villages [Paper No: 1612-a]
Traversing the Borderlands of Body and World in Old English Boundary Clauses [Paper No: 1137-b]
Understanding Mughal State Formation across the Bengal Frontier [Paper No: 315-a]
'Versus partes Transalpinenses': The Transylvanian Saxon Towns and Transcarpathian Political Communication, c. 1467-1526 [Paper No: 1115-a]
Visible, Marked, and Invisible Borders of the Medieval and Early Modern Town: The Vienna Example [Paper No: 519-b]
Visualising Semantic Landscapes in Early Medieval Europe: Historical and Digital Humanities Approaches [Paper No: 1522-a]
Waiting for the Barbarians: Ostrogothic Frontiers in Cassiodorus' Variae [Paper No: 325-a]
Waldenses in Southern Italy Form Coexistence to Repression: History of an Ethnic-Religious Minority [Paper No: 622-c]
Warrior Graves in Border Zones: an Archaeological Glance at the Lower Danube [Paper No: 1325-b]
Was the North Caucasus Part of the Byzantine Empire?: Boundaries, Suzerainty, and Segmentary Polities in Medieval West Eurasia [Paper No: 1214-a]
With 'hawthorn hegis knet': Corresponding with Hedgerows in Late Medieval Writings [Paper No: 1137-a]