A Multiverse of Borders [Paper No: 113-c]
An Arab-Less Arabia?: Literacy and Ethnicity in Pre-Islamic Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1520-a]
Architectural Ornament in Seljuk Asia Minor, 13th Century: Undermining the Borders of Art-Historical Categories [Paper No: 1301-b]
Burial Patterns in the North of the Iberian Peninsula: Asturias Region as a Case Study [Paper No: 123-b]
Children on the Religious Border: Maliki Jurists on Custody and the Religion of Children of 'Mixed Families' [Paper No: 223-c]
Christian Images, Muslim Prayers: Gentile Bellini, Mehmed II, and the Byzantine Theotokos [Paper No: 801-c]
Christian Peace: Cusanus' Exclusive Peace Conception as Reflected in His Writings [Paper No: 1639-b]
Communal Boundaries, Boundary Spanners, and Religious Change in Ifrīqiya, 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1223-b]
Cosmographic Vision in Nizāmī's Romantic Epic Haft Paykar [Paper No: 715-c]
Cotton Roads: Crossing the Indian Ocean [Paper No: 1323-a]
Countering Islam in Cusanus, Juan de Segovia, and Libellus to Leo X: A Comparison [Paper No: 1639-a]
Creating the 'Berbers' in Early Islamic North Africa: Political Formations and Nomenclature in Arabic Literary Texts [Paper No: 1130-b]
Cross-Dressing, Ambiguity, and Gender in al-Andalus [Paper No: 223-b]
Crossing Borders to Predict the Future: Divination by Geomancy from East to West [Paper No: 1230-a]
Cross-Pollination and Islamic-Christian Theological disputatio [Paper No: 113-a]
Cultural Hybridity in the Cordoban Calendar at the Border between Christian, Arabic, and Jewish Traditions [Paper No: 1604-b]
Delineating Boundaries: Gendering Intersex People in a Medieval Islamic Context [Paper No: 232-b]
Digital Heathens and Heretics: Religious Boundaries in the Paradox Interactive Middle Ages [Paper No: 733-b]
Eastern Infirmity and Unholy Suffering: Genealogy and Faith as Disability / The Borders of Ability and Disability [Paper No: 1105-b]
Epigraphic and Ornamental Arabic Motifs in the Ceremonial Rooms of the Christian Barcelona Aristocracy: The Power of Forms and Lines in the Service of Social Valorisation, 13th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1212-d]
Exile and Excommunication between the Power of Caliphal Governments and Non-State Shi'i Authorities [Paper No: 505-b]
Feigned Mobility in the Service of Religious Rapprochement?: The Curious Case of Paul of Antioch [Paper No: 613-c]
Fonādiq and the Political Energy of Mobility [Paper No: 1538-b]
From Caravanserais to Hans: The Transformation of Merchant Accommodations between 10th-Century Abbasids and 16th-Century Ottomans [Paper No: 1220-b]
From Umayyad Madinat al-Zahra to Almohad Seville: The Plunder and Reuse of Andalusian Capitals [Paper No: 122-c]
Frontier of Gharb al-Andalus: Confrontation Ground between Almoravids and Christians, 1093-1147 [Paper No: 323-a]
Frontier Palaces?: The Last Days of the Nasrid Munà [Paper No: 823-c]
Gender and Status in Rings from the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean [Paper No: 1302-a]
Ghazā Fulān al-ṣāʾifa: Concubine-Born Sons (Hajīns) and the Legitimising Features of the Islamic-Byzantine Frontier in the Marwānid Period, 684-750 [Paper No: 515-b]
How Does the Other Sound? The Adhan through Christian Ears [Paper No: 1518-a]
Identities and Transition in Medieval Lisbon: The Case of the Rua dos Lagares Necropolis [Paper No: 323-d]
Inculcating Arabic into the Nubian Soil: The Process and Its Agents [Paper No: 1520-b]
Inheriting on the Border of al-Andalus: Luxury Items and Family Memoria [Paper No: 1322-b]
Islamic Conversion?: Interrogating Religious Change to Islam from the Vantage of Archaeology [Paper No: 1335-b]
Jami' al-Aqsa, Templum Salomonis, and 'Gothic' [Paper No: 211-b]
León and Pamplona within the Islamicate World?: Cross-Cultural Policy, Diplomacy, and War in the Christian Kingdoms and the Umayyad Caliphate of Cordova [Paper No: 1322-a]
Living along the Border in Cilicia: Contacts and Interrelations in the Frontier Zone between the Byzantine Empire and the Muslim Caliphates, c. 650-950 [Paper No: 113-b]
Making Borders Clear in the Medieval Islamic West [Paper No: 223-a]
Making Sense: Gender and Riddling in Arabic Auto-Commentary [Paper No: 210-a]
Medieval Islamic Shrine Visitation Guide Books and Local Society in Samarqand and Bukhara [Paper No: 526-c]
Negotiating Moral Boundaries: Attitudes to Wealth in Medieval Qur'anic Exegesis [Paper No: 1230-b]
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]
New Borders, Same Concerns: Food as a Centre of Old Christian Spanish Conversion Efforts within and without Iberia [Paper No: 1535-c]
Ottoman Harem Occult Interests [Paper No: 530-b]
Passing Ships, or Frogs around a Pond: Interactions between Ifriqiya and Southern Italy in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 1323-b]
Private Gothic Ceilings with Muqarnas: Documenting Paradigmatic Artistic Formulas in the Jewish Quarter of Palma de Mallorca [Paper No: 1212-a]
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 Others' Holy Books beyond the Qur'an / Bible: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Study and Use of Extra-Scriptural Writings of the Religious Other in Medieval Egypt [Paper No: 1226-a]
Reading Romanness in Three Sicilian Rebellions [Paper No: 727-a]
Religious Conversions and Crusading Siege Warfare in Syria and Jazīra, 1097-1192 [Paper No: 1335-c]
Remembering Late Antique Saints in Islamic Palestine [Paper No: 1629-a]
Ridley in the Malay Peninsula: Colonial Readings of Medieval Magic [Paper No: 630-c]
Rogue Emporia and Imperial Borderlands [Paper No: 316-b]
Sainthood and Social Boundary Crossing in Medieval North Africa [Paper No: 1223-c]
Sayyidatina: The Cult of Mary/Maryam and the Sharing of Sacred Shrines in the 13th-Century Levant [Paper No: 823-a]
Scholars and Sages of the Medieval World: Muslim Women as Teachers [Paper No: 1606-b]
Sephardic Poetry Crossing Borders in the Medieval Mediterranean [Paper No: 1226-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]
The Atlantic Ocean and the Medieval Islamic World: From Boundary of Expansion to Zone of Contact and Exploration [Paper No: 130-a]
The Christians of Kinda: From Late Antiquity to the 'Abbāsid Era [Paper No: 1538-a]
The 'Crossing Characters' in Narrative Sources: A Way to Speak about the Muslim World? [Paper No: 1305-c]
The Cult and Hagiography of St Ambrose of Milan in Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1029-b]
The Deep Past of the Arab-Byzantine Border in Medieval Arabic Geography [Paper No: 1223-a]
The Ever-Growing Margin: The Gradual Rise of Commentaries in Middle Eastern Manuscripts and Scholarship [Paper No: 1711-c]
The Limits of Collaboration: Inter-Communal Commercial Agreements in Mozarabic Toledo [Paper No: 1730-a]
The Mystery of 'Mauritius Hispanus' and the Movement of Ideas between Iberia and Paris in the Early 13th Century [Paper No: 636-b]
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]
The Transmission of Islamic Knowledge Systems and the Persian Literati in 17th-Century India [Paper No: 835-c]
Urban Change in Lisbon, 11th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 323-c]
Urban Hierarchies and the Role of Ulemah in Late Islamic Gharb al-Andalus [Paper No: 323-b]
Was the Island of Hormuz a Port State?: The Kingdom of Hormuz under Mongol Rule [Paper No: 234-a]
Were There Strategic Considerations in the 7th-Century Arabian Conquests? [Paper No: 1323-c]
Where Are the Christians?: The Problem of Identifying Christian Cemeteries in the Middle March - Toledo as a Case Study [Paper No: 123-a]
Where Three Worlds Met: Andalusi Seafaring in Ṣiqiliyya and Aglabid Conquest in the 3rd-9th Centuries [Paper No: 1130-c]