(Illegally) Crossing Thresholds: Passing as Animals in the Human-Controlled Landscape [Paper No: 1527-c]
30 Years of the Base de Français Médiéval Сorpus: A Way towards Open Data and Diversity of Annotation [Paper No: 1702-b]
A Comparative Investigation of Anaphoric Reference Devices in Anglo-Norman and Middle English Personal Letters [Paper No: 1501-b]
A Landscape that Challenges: Ireland in Les Merveilles de Rigomer [Paper No: 1617-a]
A Manuscript-Wide Debate: Compilation, Illumination, Rubrication, and Textual Interventions in Wien, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod. 2609 [Paper No: 1719-c]
Along the Border: Marginalia and Trans-Textuality in Jehan Drouyn's Nef des fols, 1499 [Paper No: 819-c]
Bodily Confinement and the Heavenly Beyond in Li debonnaires Dieus [Paper No: 818-b]
Border as Barrier: Reading the Conflict between Text and Paratext in Ivresse (La Vie des pères) [Paper No: 1037-c]
Cannibalism as Spectacle in the Chanson d'Antioche [Paper No: 138-b]
Edible Saints, Borderline Blasphemy?: Sacred and Comical in Sermons Joyeux [Paper No: 718-b]
Folktale and Crusading Discourses in Medieval French Epics [Paper No: 1018-b]
From the Written Word to Rituals: Arthur's Grave as a Case Study, 12th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 1703-b]
From Wildness to Domestication: An Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Horse-Training as a Transition from Feral Beast to Ideal Destrier in the French Translations of Jordanus Rufus' De medicina equorum, 13th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 520-b]
Heigh-Ho!: Mining Catalogues for Traces of Medieval Romance Manuscripts [Paper No: 102-a]
Heresy or Devotion?: Discerning One from the Other amongst the Beguins of Languedoc and Catalunya [Paper No: 1328-b]
Hybridity and Maternity in Medieval French Literature [Paper No: 1532-a]
Is the Cave a Womb?: Gender, Animality, and Monstrosity Underground in Guillaume d'Engleterre [Paper No: 1617-c]
It's All Fun and Games: Laughing at Newly Impaired and Newly Normative Bodies in Medieval France [Paper No: 1105-c]
Jewish Provence and Its Neighbours [Paper No: 1536-b]
Manuscripts and the 'Long Middle Ages': Mining Sale Catalogues of the 19th Century [Paper No: 102-b]
Mapping the Boundaries of Sacred and Secular in Gautier de Coinci's Performance Persona [Paper No: 1318-c]
Models of Female Agency in Fin'amor Literature [Paper No: 732-b]
'Mother of mercy, is this the end of Reynald?': Bordering on the Extreme in the Portrayal of Crusaders [Paper No: 138-a]
Mountains, Caves, and Snowstorms: The 'Lai of Two Lovers' in Anglo-Norman and Old Norse [Paper No: 1135-d]
On the Borders of English in Early Middle English Poetry [Paper No: 1310-b]
One of Us?: Human and Non-Human Categories of Belonging and Exclusion in the Chronicles and Chansons of the First Crusade [Paper No: 138-c]
Palestinian Kings of Britain: Kingship across Borders in Perceforest [Paper No: 1305-b]
Points of Law: Pricking in Statuta Angliae Manuscripts [Paper No: 803-a]
'Tearful, troubled and full of anguish': Grief in the History of William Marshal [Paper No: 1603-a]
The Borders of Lyric in the Venetian Troubadour Bertolome Zorzi's Prison Song [Paper No: 818-a]
The 'Crossing Characters' in Narrative Sources: A Way to Speak about the Muslim World? [Paper No: 1305-c]
The Landscapes of the Pastourelle: Boundaries, Transgressions, and Violence in the Countryside [Paper No: 818-c]
The Migration of a Medieval Narrative across Three (or More) Language Barriers [Paper No: 1118-c]
The Mind-Machine: Psychology, Poetry, and the Crafted World in 12th-Century Neoplatonist Allegory [Paper No: 1309-b]
The Miraculous Penis [Paper No: 239-a]
'This is the best knight who has ever been': Comparing Depictions of Early Tournaments in the History of William Marshal and Gautier de Tournay's History of Gilles le Chin [Paper No: 842-a]
Tombs as Repositories of Memory: The Monument of Gillion de Trazegnies [Paper No: 1603-c]
'Toute enclose': Garden Walls and the Limits of Art [Paper No: 1037-b]
Transcending Boundaries in the Arthurian Tradition [Paper No: 1215-b]
Translating Pre-Conquest History within English Borders: Wace and Laȝamon's Verse as a Prism of Post-Conquest Identities [Paper No: 1008-a]
Traveling Romance: High Medieval Literature in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 1626-a]
Two Anglo-Norman Translations of the Hours of the Virgin [Paper No: 1501-c]
Vilifying the Dairymaid: Class Politics and the Sliding Scales of Agricultural Luxury in Walter of Henley's Anglo-Norman Le Dite de Hosebondrie [Paper No: 1506-c]
'Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?': The Disposal of Ecclesiastical Corpses in the Old French Fabliaux [Paper No: 718-a]