Disrupting Boundaries in the Vitae of Brigit of Kildare [Paper No: 1738-c]
Faroese, Shetlanders, and Not-Vikings in Scotland: When Old Norse Loans in the Gaelic Languages Are Not Old Norse Loans - But What Are They? [Paper No: 320-b]
'Griffin se Wylisca cing': 11th-Century Welsh Kings in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle [Paper No: 1222-b]
Hiberno-Latin Textual Obscurity and Christian Symbolism [Paper No: 820-c]
Intangible Boundaries: Sound and Sacred Space in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 228-a]
Mapping the Future?: Burials in the Lives of Saints from the Book of Lismore [Paper No: 719-b]
Mist as a Mode of Cohabitation in the Mabinogion [Paper No: 317-a]
Pentecost and the Language of Thought in Early Irish and Early English Traditions [Paper No: 207-b]
'Quis est qui sepultus hic'?: Burials, the Past, and the Present in Medieval Irish Texts [Paper No: 719-a]
'Sounding Different' in Medieval Wales According to Its Poets [Paper No: 1518-b]
The Intellectual Landscape and Legal Network in Late Medieval Irish 'Digests' [Paper No: 1716-b]
The Rood of Chester as a Place of Cultural Encounters in the March [Paper No: 527-c]
Toirsech / fortrén: Depictions of Emotion Surrounding Interspecies Transformation in Medieval Irish Literature [Paper No: 602-a]
Voyaging Saints from Ireland to Scandinavia: Columba and Brendan the Navigator [Paper No: 1129-a]
With a Little Help from Digital Humanities: Researching Medieval Glossed Corpora in the 21st Century [Paper No: 1310-a]
Wyf hen, Wyf unic: Grief for Children in Canu Llywarch Hen [Paper No: 1603-b]