(Sea-)Stranding and Thematic Unity in Andreas Saga Postola I [Paper No: 1029-a]
'[He] sægde him to sorge þæt hy sige-lease / þone grenan wong ofgiefan sceoldan': The Porous Borders of Affect, Race, and Sovereignty in Guthlac A / B and Exeter Riddle 10 [Paper No: 806-b]
A (Mostly) Unknown Text Arguing for the Sanctity of Henry the Young King [Paper No: 208-b]
'A life that is not a thing': John McTaggart's Temporal Series, Ontological Differentiations, and the Middle English Poem St Erkenwald [Paper No: 1019-c]
A Saint for Scholars: Devotion to St Nicholas at the Late Medieval University of Paris [Paper No: 1131-c]
A Social Network Analysis of the Portrayal of St Comgall in Medieval Irish Saints' Lives [Paper No: 509-b]
All's Fair in Love and Law: Negotiating the Boundaries of Community and Religion in Cynewulf's Juliana [Paper No: 706-c]
'Armed with tears and prayers': Clare of Assisi in the Franciscan Apocalypse [Paper No: 614-a]
Beaten, Burned, and Butchered: The Martyred Body in Politics and Propaganda [Paper No: 201-b]
Benedict's New Friends: The Treatment of Breton Relics at Fleury in the 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1529-b]
Blurring Boundaries: Visions of, and Engagement with, the Holy Dead in High Medieval England [Paper No: 231-a]
Bodily Performance in Ritual Contexts: Healing the Sick in Byzantine Hagiography [Paper No: 510-a]
Border Crossings between Poetry and Folk Traditions: Folk Perceptions of Two Medieval Jewish Authors from Spain [Paper No: 824-c]
Boundaries of Sainthood: Regional Cults and Veneration of Saints in Early Medieval Bavaria [Paper No: 1126-a]
Building a Centre of Pilgrimage: St Elisabethkirche in Marburg and Indulgence in 13th-Century Germany [Paper No: 318-b]
Byzantine Monasticism: The Road to Salvation by Way of Wanderings and Enclosures [Paper No: 225-a]
Carbunculus ignitus lilie: Family Memory in Medieval Song [Paper No: 1703-a]
Choreographing Salvific Pain: How Does the Hagiographer Capture the Lived Experience of the Saints of 13th-Century Liège? [Paper No: 1339-a]
Christian Storytelling in a Silk Road Oasis as Seen through the 9th- to 13th-Century Turfan Manuscripts [Paper No: 1629-c]
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]
Controversial Sanctity, Manuscript Issues: Revisiting the Book of Consolation of the Franciscan Abbess Juana de la Cruz, 1481-1534 [Paper No: 1228-c]
Courting the King's Son: Strategies of Feminisation in Rudolf von Ems' Barlaam [Paper No: 632-c]
Courtroom Politics: How to De-Platform a Martyr [Paper No: 1613-c]
Crossing Borders in the Old English Andreas [Paper No: 706-b]
Disrupting Boundaries in the Vitae of Brigit of Kildare [Paper No: 1738-c]
Disruption of the Olavian Cult through Spatial Changes across Borders [Paper No: 1329-c]
Edible Saints, Borderline Blasphemy?: Sacred and Comical in Sermons Joyeux [Paper No: 718-b]
Educational Interactions and Moral 'Reform' in the Life of John of Gorze [Paper No: 1131-b]
'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]
Excavating Linguistic Patterns from Semantically Tagged Data: A Case Study of the Human Remains Digital Library [Paper No: 1001-a]
Expanding Borders through the Cross: Missionary Activities of Orthodox Christian Saints among the Betä Ǝsra'el [Paper No: 524-b]
Flight and Punishment: Unfree Resistance in 11th-Century French Hagiography [Paper No: 837-c]
Fluid Identities: Dynamics of Alienation from and Assimilation into the Christian Community in the Romance of Sir Gowther [Paper No: 1204-c]
Formative Spaces: Making Female Ascetics in Early Medieval Iberia [Paper No: 1206-b]
From Patrociny to Hagio-Toponym: Toponymic Changes and the Saints' Cult in Medieval Livonia [Paper No: 707-a]
Gazing on Guthlac's Reliques: John Clare, Early Medieval Saints, and Walking the Fenland Landscape [Paper No: 1610-c]
'He gave great thanks to the Creator who tamed the wildness of the untamed': Shifting the Border of the Tamed in High Medieval Wales [Paper No: 117-b]
His Final (?) Resting Place: Early Furta sacra from Gregory of Tours [Paper No: 1230-c]
Holy Cat!: The Complicated History of Saints and Their Cats [Paper No: 107-b]
Ill Health as a Space of Communication between Man and God in Ancient Rus' [Paper No: 1005-c]
'Indeed, such things have not been seen among mortals': Christina Mirabilis and Interactions between the Living and Dead in the Works of Thomas of Cantimpré [Paper No: 531-b]
Indigenous Visionaries: An Alternative Way of Accessing Religious Change in Scandinavia [Paper No: 807-a]
Inheriting New Life, Intercession, and Imagination at the Porous Borders of Life and Death [Paper No: 1631-b]
Intangible Boundaries: Sound and Sacred Space in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 228-a]
Justinian the Mystic in the Historiographical Work of Procopius of Caesarea or a Parody of Mysticism in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1139-a]
Liminal Voices of Disabled Subjectivity in the Exeter Book Riddles [Paper No: 806-a]
Lincolnshire as the New Jerusalem: Trans-Locating Sanctity in Old English Hagiographic Poetry [Paper No: 1529-a]
Lived Experience in Æthelwulf's Visions of the Afterlife [Paper No: 1139-b]
Making Past Places Present in Post-Conquest Northumbria [Paper No: 1208-a]
Mapping Morals: Perceptions of the North in Adam, Ailnoth, and Others [Paper No: 1622-b]
Mapping the Future?: Burials in the Lives of Saints from the Book of Lismore [Paper No: 719-b]
Medieval Islamic Shrine Visitation Guide Books and Local Society in Samarqand and Bukhara [Paper No: 526-c]
Merovingian Saints and the Border of the Hagiographic Tradition [Paper No: 520-c]
Miracles of Life and Death in Breton Hagiography, c.700-1100 [Paper No: 531-a]
Miraculous Borders: The (City) Wall and Saintly Miracles in Gregory of Tours' Hagiographies [Paper No: 103-a]
Monsters, Demons, and Mary of Egypt: Sanctity at the End of the World in Caxton's Golden Legend [Paper No: 614-b]
Narratives of Female Martyrdom in Visigothic Spain [Paper No: 1206-c]
On the Take: Bribery and Blackmail in Medieval Hagiographies [Paper No: 531-c]
Orthodox Saints of Karelia: Medieval Cults and National Romanticist Interpolations [Paper No: 707-b]
Political Borders and Medieval Studies: A Study of a Polish Painting at the Turn of the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period [Paper No: 612-d]
Pre-Conquest Women in the Post-Conquest Community of St Cuthbert [Paper No: 1308-b]
Purposeful Cats, Aimless Dogs?: Human-Animal Interactions in Devotio Moderna Biographies [Paper No: 107-c]
'Quae gratis dat Deus vobis, nec alicui aliquando denegetis': Becoming Christians through Shaming in the Life of St Botvid [Paper No: 1622-c]
'Quis est qui sepultus hic'?: Burials, the Past, and the Present in Medieval Irish Texts [Paper No: 719-a]
Reconstructing the (Inter)National Community: Peter the Iberian and His Monasteries [Paper No: 613-a]
Remembering Late Antique Saints in Islamic Palestine [Paper No: 1629-a]
Resurrected by a Saint: Forms of Shaping and Functionalising the Other's Death in Hagiographical Literature [Paper No: 131-a]
Rethinking Virginity in Old French Hagiography [Paper No: 1239-b]
Reversing the Border between Benedict and Scholastica in the Hagiographical Record [Paper No: 1031-c]
Re-Writing Locality in the 15th-Century Liturgical Offices of St Winefride [Paper No: 1529-c]
Righteous Indignation: Beowulf's Anger Reconsidered [Paper No: 203-c]
Saints and Spiders: Webs of Significance [Paper No: 107-a]
Sapientia et fortitudo in the Old Icelandic Flóamanna Saga: Folk Knowledge and Fish [Paper No: 1135-c]
Seen through a Glass, Darkly: Lived Experience in Marguerite Porete's Mirror of Simple Souls [Paper No: 1139-c]
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 Michael in the Middle Ages and His Possible Role among the Cistercians [Paper No: 540-c]
St Perpetua and St Felicitas: The Transformation of Motherhood [Paper No: 1632-c]
Strategies of Crossing the Borders between Cloister Communities and Adjacent Parishes through Inventiones and the Following Cult [Paper No: 120-a]
The Armchair Time Traveler: Crossing Chronological Boundaries in Matthew Paris' Pictorial Hagiography (Dublin, Trinity College MS 177) [Paper No: 512-a]
The Battle of Dun Nechtain (685) and the Post-War Crisis of Masculinity [Paper No: 1208-b]
The Bounds of Saints' Power: Where Miracles Happened in the Carolingian World [Paper No: 120-b]
The Evolving Language of Lechery: Developing Lustful Language in Vernacular Saints' Lives [Paper No: 606-a]
The Golden Legend as a Battlefield in Central Europe before 1300 [Paper No: 708-a]
The Liber Lelle across Borders: The Book of Angela of Foligno across Confessional and Geographical Boundaries [Paper No: 229-c]
The Scribal Act as a Gendering Act in the Byzantine Lives of 'Cross-Dressing' Saints [Paper No: 510-b]
The Twelve Apostles as a Group in Medieval Iceland: A Study of the Codex Scardensis and Its Sources [Paper No: 1129-d]
The Unsuccessful Conquest of Tangier by the Portuguese within the Framework of Religious, Cultural, and Geographic Borders [Paper No: 130-c]
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]
Towards Imperial Dignity: A Contribution to the Study of the Imperial Crown of King Stefan Uroš III Dečanski in the Cetinje Monastery [Paper No: 1034-b]
Using Digital Tools to Explore Women's Networks in 14th-Century Provence [Paper No: 1636-a]
Using Social Network Analysis to Understand the Relationships Contained within the Liber Eliensis [Paper No: 509-c]
Voyaging Saints from Ireland to Scandinavia: Columba and Brendan the Navigator [Paper No: 1129-a]
Web of Saints: Using Network Analysis to Trace the Circulation of the Legend of St Eustace [Paper No: 509-a]
When Is a Border No Longer a Border?: The Changing Relations of the Exarchate of Ravenna with Its Neighbours in the Late 9th - Early 10th Centuries [Paper No: 1021-c]
Who Saved the City: Venice or Patron Saint? - Constructing the Venetian Image in North Adriatic Communities [Paper No: 631-b]
Youth as a Period of Growth in Felix's Vita Sancti Guthlaci [Paper No: 137-b]
'You've gone too far': Crossing Boundaries and Disapproving Witnesses in Medieval English Mortuary Accounts [Paper No: 1001-b]