Acts of Collective Self-Representation: Studying Ethnicity in Anglo-Saxon England and Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1035-a]
Anger and the Gods in Íslendingasögur [Paper No: 602-c]
Animalistic Violence and the Natural Order: C. S. Lewis's Out of the Silent Planet in Conversation with Culhwch and Olwen [Paper No: 1217-c]
'As fer as cercled is the mapamounde': Beyond the Borders of the Effable in Geoffrey Chaucer's 'To Rosemounde' and Zhou Bangyan's (周邦彥) 'Fengliuzi' (風流子) [Paper No: 835-b]
Between Misogyny and Agency: The Representation of Women in the Byzantine Syntipas / Latin Dolopathos [Paper No: 115-c]
Civilising the Feminine Body: The Gendered Language of Urbanization in The Speech of Thanks to Constantine and The Letter of the Conversion of Jews [Paper No: 604-c]
Confusing Gender in Byzantine Fables: On the (Un)Importance of Gender in Symeon Seth's Stephanites kai Ichnelates [Paper No: 115-b]
Contemporary Poetry Does Scholarship: Fringe or more 'Authentic' Old English Studies? [Paper No: 1710-a]
Defining Feud: A Comparative Study of Behavioural Norms during Conflict in High Medieval England and Iceland [Paper No: 1035-c]
'Dvergunum leizt ok vel á Freyju': The Language of Supernatural Emotions in the Fornaldarsögur [Paper No: 602-b]
England on the Dutch Language Border: Late Medieval Calais in Fact and Poetry [Paper No: 1609-a]
Forms of Unknowing: Contemplative Medievalism [Paper No: 1710-b]
Freedom through Formulae: Feminist Re-Readings / Re-Tellings of Middle English Fairy-Mistress Narratives [Paper No: 1018-c]
From Troy to Iceland: The Use of Translatio imperii and Icelandic Identity [Paper No: 838-c]
Gender and Sexuality in the Barlaam and Josaphat Textual Tradition: A Transcultural Exploration [Paper No: 115-a]
'Griffin se Wylisca cing': 11th-Century Welsh Kings in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle [Paper No: 1222-b]
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and the Spanish Ballads [Paper No: 1633-a]
How to Write a Nun: Baudri of Bourgueil's Poems Addressed to Monastic Women [Paper No: 1638-a]
'I have lost my faith, I have kept the infidel fasts…': Identity, the Other, and Traversal of the Intimate Boundaries in Late Medieval Literature and Art, 14th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 823-b]
Imaginary and Real Boundaries in Russian Question-and-Answer Texts [Paper No: 1709-b]
Imagining the British Isles in Old Norse-Icelandic Fantastical Literature [Paper No: 1135-b]
Interrogating the Liminal Space: Vampires and Werewolves in Middle-Earth [Paper No: 1641-b]
Into the Witnessing Cosmos of Unbound Time: The Medievalisms of Derek Jarman and Robert Glück [Paper No: 1710-c]
København, Kongelige Bibliotek, G.K.S. 1595: An Ideological Gift from Archbishop Wulfstan of York to Bishop Gerbrand of Roskilde and Its Context within the Reign of Cnut [Paper No: 1537-a]
Language and Eschatology at the Edges of the Known World [Paper No: 820-a]
Light: The Key to Cross the Spatiotemporal Borders in J. R. R. Tolkien's Secondary World [Paper No: 1641-a]
Lyrics beyond Borders: The Reception of Trobairitz Poetry in Northern France and Catalonia [Paper No: 1004-b]
Marital Customs in Medieval Scandinavia and Medieval England [Paper No: 1035-b]
Medievalist Women: Making the German Middle Ages Victorian [Paper No: 1233-b]
Mountains, Caves, and Snowstorms: The 'Lai of Two Lovers' in Anglo-Norman and Old Norse [Paper No: 1135-d]
Mountains, Meaning, Mediation: What Does Petrarch's Ascent to Mount Ventoux Owe to Chinese Shanshui (山水 'Mountains-and-Rivers') Poetry? [Paper No: 835-a]
New Borders, Same Concerns: Food as a Centre of Old Christian Spanish Conversion Efforts within and without Iberia [Paper No: 1535-c]
Norrænaðr: 'Norwegianing' Falconry Motifs in Strengleikar's Jonet [Paper No: 1605-b]
On the Borders of English in Early Middle English Poetry [Paper No: 1310-b]
Permeable Boundaries: The Coastal Zone in Medieval English and Old Norse-Icelandic Romance [Paper No: 1135-a]
Poeticising the Past in Robert Mannyng's Chronicle [Paper No: 708-b]
Seeing the Tangible through the Lens of the Intangible: Medieval Romance Literature, Deathscapes, and the Castle [Paper No: 1001-d]
Sensing Impurity: Scents and Sexual Misbehaviour in Christian and Jewish Literature [Paper No: 1724-c]
Sterile Lands, Unholy Grails: Corrupting Medieval Romances in Works of the Lost Generation [Paper No: 1633-c]
Süeze, Senfte, Linde: Delimiting the Lexical Frame of 'Sweetness' in Middle High German Literature [Paper No: 720-a]
Tears for Arthur, Tears for Christ: Performance as Mediation [Paper No: 1318-a]
The Belonging and the Exclusion of Jews in the Biblical Hermeneutics of Maximus the Confessor [Paper No: 624-b]
The Borders of Lyric in the Venetian Troubadour Bertolome Zorzi's Prison Song [Paper No: 818-a]
The Circulation and Integration of Medical Knowledge across Borders: The Old Norse Materia medica [Paper No: 815-d]
The Wolf: A Warrior Symbol from Eastern to Western Europe [Paper No: 101-a]
The World of La Queste del Saint Graal: Reality Between Symbolic Significance and Spiritual Interpretation [Paper No: 1204-a]
Time Travel, Astronomy, and Magic Mirrors: How the Borders between Reality and the Otherworld in Middle-Earth Are Influenced by Celtic Mythology and Science (Fiction) [Paper No: 1641-c]
Toirsech / fortrén: Depictions of Emotion Surrounding Interspecies Transformation in Medieval Irish Literature [Paper No: 602-a]
Trial by Ordeal in Albion Tourgée's Hot Plowshares [Paper No: 1633-b]
Understanding Intellectual Connections in Norman Sicily: A Network from Fragments? [Paper No: 1507-c]
Voyaging Saints from Ireland to Scandinavia: Columba and Brendan the Navigator [Paper No: 1129-a]