A Eunuch as a Helmsman, Impossible! A Eunuch as a Statesman, Bitter Reality?: Debating Authority through Comparison in Claudian [Paper No: 1009-b]
Authority and Himerius [Paper No: 119-b]
Between Misogyny and Agency: The Representation of Women in the Byzantine Syntipas / Latin Dolopathos [Paper No: 115-c]
Building an Ever-Evolving Database: Byzantine Book Epigrams in Context [Paper No: 1502-b]
Confusing Gender in Byzantine Fables: On the (Un)Importance of Gender in Symeon Seth's Stephanites kai Ichnelates [Paper No: 115-b]
Friendly Consolation, Religiosity, or Irony?: Michael Psellos' Letter to Blinded Romanos IV Diogenes [Paper No: 1541-c]
Frithegod, Greek, and 10th-Century Anglo-Latin [Paper No: 820-b]
Greek Inscriptions from a Pilgrimage Centre in Lazica [Paper No: 1307-c]
Marginalising Core Texts: 'Moving' Borders between Textual Layers in Byzantine Lexicographic Manuscripts [Paper No: 1711-b]
Mobility and Its Terminology in the Byzantine Sources [Paper No: 513-a]
Papyrus and Parchment as Cultural Borders in Europe and the Mediterranean, 8th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1221-d]
Pilgrims' Inscriptions and How to Find Them: Methodologies and Challenges of Distinguishing Visitors' Graffiti at Bawit, Middle Egypt [Paper No: 1307-b]
Reading Romanness in Three Sicilian Rebellions [Paper No: 727-a]
Sources of Byzantine Thought about the Priesthood: Plato's Res publica in Gregory of Nazianus' Apology on His Flight [Paper No: 1607-a]
Stitching the Fish: On the Track of Damaged Marginalia on Oppian's Halieutica - The Case of Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana MS Plut. 57.26 [Paper No: 1611-a]
Syriac, a Monkish Thing?: Revisiting a Passage from John Chrysostom [Paper No: 1720-b]
The Greek-Syriac Linguistic Divide as a Literary Construct: Bridging Barriers and Teaching Piety [Paper No: 1720-a]
Translating Language or Culture?: Some Examples from Central and Eastern Europe [Paper No: 1520-c]
ἐστεμμένος καὶ μὴ τοιοῦτος: Reactions to the Authority of the Uncrowned in a Fractured Byzantium, 1204 - c.1230 [Paper No: 119-a]