Boundaries Becoming Prisons: Functions and Semantics of the Infernal Rivers [Paper No: 721-a]
Boundaries between Human and Divine: The Fall of Adam from Matelda's Smile (Purgatory, XXVIII) to the Tears of the Old Man of Crete (Inferno, XIV) [Paper No: 821-c]
Crossing the Boundaries between Past, Present, and Future: The Relationship between Dante and the City of Verona [Paper No: 521-b]
Dante's City: Unjust Exile and Disabled Life beyond the Border [Paper No: 1005-a]
Exul inmeritus: Political Borders as Boundaries of Identity [Paper No: 521-a]
'Fatti manifesto': Discovering Identities within the Boundaries of Relationships [Paper No: 621-a]
From Germanic Languages to Italian: Borrowing without Borders [Paper No: 615-a]
'In limine Inferi': The Border as a Catalyst for Ethical Conversion in Dante [Paper No: 721-c]
Infernal Walls and Divine Ladders: Crossing Borders in the Realm of the Dead in Dante and in His Visionary Precursors [Paper No: 721-d]
Natural Philosophy and Theology in Convivio IV.21 and the Quaestio [Paper No: 621-b]
Navigating Dante's Rivers: Exploring Identity through Topography [Paper No: 721-b]
'Od ombra od omo certo': Redefining Identities between the Corporeal and the Immaterial [Paper No: 821-a]
On the Border of Vices, on the Border of Virtues [Paper No: 821-b]
On the Borders of the Florentine State: Apennine Landscapes in Dante's Commedia [Paper No: 1037-a]
Spiritual Exiles: Dantean Echoes in Amelia Rosselli's Mystical Poetry [Paper No: 521-c]
The Migration of a Medieval Narrative across Three (or More) Language Barriers [Paper No: 1118-c]
The Perception of the Middle Ages in the Early Modern Italian Art Literature [Paper No: 1312-b]
'Titan exorietur pacificus': The 'Solar' Identity of Henry VII among Dante's Epistles [Paper No: 621-c]
Trans… Matters: The Repartee of Medieval Bodies [Paper No: 322-b]