'Above Top Line' to 'Below Top Line' in Manuscripts from the German-Speaking Lands [Paper No: 803-b]
Adelhausen Sisterbook Unchained: A Textual History on Its Changing Borders [Paper No: 132-b]
Ästhetischer Begriff, ästhetische Metapher: Vermessungen einer Grenze [Paper No: 720-c]
Charlemagne's Unspeakable Sin and the Politics of Confession [Paper No: 1027-b]
Contested Futures: Prophecy and the Border-Dispute between Fate and Politics in the Middle High German 'Alexander' Romances [Paper No: 1027-a]
Courting the King's Son: Strategies of Feminisation in Rudolf von Ems' Barlaam [Paper No: 632-c]
Crossing Geographical and Linguistic Borders: Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff and Its Nuremberg Edition by Peter Wagner, 1494 [Paper No: 819-b]
Exploring Isalde's Space: Gender Boundaries in Eilhart's Tristrant [Paper No: 632-b]
Fluid Boundaries between Performance, Text, and Rite: Indulgences in the Nativity Play of Constance [Paper No: 618-a]
Heroes, Knights, and Religion: The Conflict of Action and Ethics in the Middle High German Nibelungenlied [Paper No: 841-b]
How to Talk about God?: Meister Eckhart's Speaking of God in His Vernacular Sermons [Paper No: 639-a]
Interacting with the Divine: Prayers in the Prayerbooks from the Cistercian Convent of Medingen [Paper No: 629-c]
Latin Thinking in German Minds: The Speculum Sapientiae and Its Paths to the German Vernacular [Paper No: 1118-a]
Loss, Lament, and the Last Things: The City of Acre as an Eschatological Borderland [Paper No: 116-a]
'Love is only where different things, being free and capable of an independent existence, feel attracted to each other': Meister Eckhart and Schelling on the Bounds of Love [Paper No: 329-b]
Margaret and the Dragon in Medieval English and German Versions [Paper No: 1517-c]
Masculine Machines of Desire: A Deleuzoguattarian Reading of Salme in Salman und Morolf [Paper No: 1233-c]
Medieval Border-Crossers in Modern Counter-Worlds: Neidhart and Helmbrecht [Paper No: 1219-c]
Mummenschanz in Tintagel: Knight Bedevir's Journey Over the Borders of Cultures, Centuries, and Ways of Living [Paper No: 1219-b]
Negotiating Temporal Boundaries: A Compendium from the Penitents of St Mary Magdalene [Paper No: 132-a]
On the Borderline between Autology and Heterology: Figures of Aesthetic Reflection in the Vocabulary of Sangspruch Poetry [Paper No: 720-b]
'Picturam quere fol. 4': Paratext and Hypertext in the Margins of a Late Medieval German Multi-Text Manuscript [Paper No: 1611-c]
Preaching as Aesthetic Practice: Aesthetic and Rhetorical Strategies in Vernacular Sermons of the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 639-b]
Salve nox auriflua: Personifications in the Prayerbooks from the Cistercian Convent of Medingen [Paper No: 829-c]
Speaking while Writing about God: Printed Sermons on the Boundary of Orality and Literacy [Paper No: 639-d]
Süeze, Senfte, Linde: Delimiting the Lexical Frame of 'Sweetness' in Middle High German Literature [Paper No: 720-a]
The Benedictine Nuns of Engelberg and Their Fratres: A Double Monastery as a Centre of Piety? [Paper No: 1628-a]
The Inks of Der Welsche Gast: Non-Invasive Analysis by XRF Spectroscopy and nIR Microscopy [Paper No: 1511-c]
The Kolmarer Liederhandschrift and the Speyerer Kompendium: Two 15th-Century German One-Volume Libraries in One Library? [Paper No: 1102-c]
The 'Rome-Journey': A Late Medieval Vernacular Prayer in the Context of Imagined Pilgrimage [Paper No: 629-a]
The Stultifera Navis and Her Daughters: The Digital Edition of the Ship of Fools in Several European Languages around 1500 [Paper No: 819-a]
The Suggestive Power of Transmission, or: How a Scribe, a Printer, and a Duchess Invented Johannes Tauler in the 15th Century [Paper No: 229-b]
Transcending the Bounds of Time in Remembrance: The Nuremberg Poor Clares' Chronicles [Paper No: 132-c]
Uniting Biblical Knowledge and Devotion in One Volume: A 14th-Century Manuscript from Hartmann Schedel's Library [Paper No: 1102-b]
Weird Bullsh*t Spirituality: Meister Eckhart Meets the Anthropologists David Graeber and Joseph Henrich [Paper No: 329-c]
Womanisers and Adventurers: Chivalric Harmonisation Strategies in Middle High German Courtly Literature [Paper No: 841-c]
Women as Transcultural Agents in Medieval German Literature [Paper No: 1233-a]