A Heap of Sand through the Hourglass: Historical Periodisation and the Sorites Paradox [Paper No: 214-c]
A 'Momentous Decision'?: Reassessing Willibrord's Consecration as Archbishop of the Frisians in 695 [Paper No: 207-a]
Anarchical Narrative Emplotting and Historical Reflection in Early Medieval 'Heroic' Verse [Paper No: 308-b]
Architectural Ornament in Seljuk Asia Minor, 13th Century: Undermining the Borders of Art-Historical Categories [Paper No: 1301-b]
Byzantine Borders and British Desires: The Creation of the Negev 'Frontier' [Paper No: 1313-b]
Christ's New Frontier: Portugal and the Evangelisation of the Atlantic Coast of Africa in the 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 130-b]
Conjugating the Liminal: Byzantine Borders and the 18th Brumaire [Paper No: 1213-c]
Contagion, Panic, Shame: Modern Transphobia's Medieval Resonances [Paper No: 239-b]
Defining Feud: A Comparative Study of Behavioural Norms during Conflict in High Medieval England and Iceland [Paper No: 1035-c]
Heavy Weighs the Heir: Pregnant Queens and Myths of Gender Exception [Paper No: 322-a]
Jami' al-Aqsa, Templum Salomonis, and 'Gothic' [Paper No: 211-b]
Law and Politics in 12th-Century Public Discourse: Two Separate Fields? [Paper No: 535-c]
Mediae Brasilis: Contours of the Middle Ages in Brazilian Manuals, I [Paper No: 314-b]
Mediae Brasilis: Contours of the Middle Ages in Brazilian Manuals, II [Paper No: 314-c]
Mirror of Our Dreams: The Implicit Indian Ocean in Byzantine Historiography [Paper No: 1313-a]
Old Borders as New Borders: Diocesan Boundaries in the Ecclesiastical Province of Reims [Paper No: 1614-a]
'Our bold warrior King Richard': Richard I and the Limits of Imperialism on British Cyprus [Paper No: 1313-c]
Passing Ships, or Frogs around a Pond: Interactions between Ifriqiya and Southern Italy in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 1323-b]
Piers Plowman: Landscapes, Bodies, Dreams, and Texts [Paper No: 317-c]
Privileging the Urban Charter of Privilege: Ideology and the Anti-Seigneurial Possibilities of Urban History [Paper No: 308-c]
Removing the 'Border Guards': Eugène Müntz and Aby Warburg on Tapestry [Paper No: 641-a]
Richard II and His Modern Biographers [Paper No: 808-a]
Ridley in the Malay Peninsula: Colonial Readings of Medieval Magic [Paper No: 630-c]
Shifting Borders in the Late Middle Ages: Byzantine Constantinople and Ottoman Istanbul Viewed by Scholars from the Holy Roman Empire in the 16th Century [Paper No: 1015-c]
Show and Tell: The Display of Rings in Treasuries and Museums [Paper No: 1302-c]
'Sicut Sofonias protulit': Biblical Authority in Medieval Prognostic Texts [Paper No: 103-b]
The End of Carolingian History: Rodulfus Glaber, Charles the Simple, and the Flagellationes of the Orbis Romanus [Paper No: 731-c]
The Formation of a Männerbund: Late Reception of the Wild Hunt in Otto Höfler's Kultische Geheimbünde der Germanen [Paper No: 1122-d]
The Hermit and the Wild Woman: Rethinking the Landscape of Medieval Double Monasteries [Paper No: 1528-a]
The Irish Pipe Roll of 14 John, 1212: Reconstructing Medieval Administration Through Antiquarian Transcriptions [Paper No: 1701-b]
The Perception of the Middle Ages in the Early Modern Italian Art Literature [Paper No: 1312-b]
The She-Wolf of France?: The Frenchness of Isabella Capet [Paper No: 232-c]
The State of Medieval Environmental History in the Mediterranean [Paper No: 1236-a]
The Transgressing Temporal Border of the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1019-a]
Transcending the Bounds of Time in Remembrance: The Nuremberg Poor Clares' Chronicles [Paper No: 132-c]