A Distinctive Poetic Pastime: Versus recurrentes in the Circle of John Scottus Eriugena [Paper No: 1507-a]
A Eunuch as a Helmsman, Impossible! A Eunuch as a Statesman, Bitter Reality?: Debating Authority through Comparison in Claudian [Paper No: 1009-b]
A lupo teneri ab inimicis infestari: Dreaming about Animals in the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1317-b]
A Mention of the Edictum Gallieni in Aurelius Victor and Its (Possible) Relationship with the Lost Historiography [Paper No: 1207-a]
A Tale of Two Archives: Paris, Passau, and the Papal Past in the 10th and 11th Centuries [Paper No: 608-b]
'Above Top Line' to 'Below Top Line' in Manuscripts from the German-Speaking Lands [Paper No: 803-b]
Adolescence and Social Coercion: Revisiting Jewish Apostasy in Opusculum de sua conversione [Paper No: 137-c]
Adulter versus Moechus: The Impact of the Greek Language on the Terminology of Adultery in Christian Latin [Paper No: 1620-b]
An Englishman in Paris: Manuscripts and Multilingualism in John of Garland's Dictionarius [Paper No: 220-b]
Anglo-Saxon Perceptions and Representations of Europe [Paper No: 1222-a]
Apophthegmata Patrum in 12th-Century France: Manuscript Traditions, Interpretations, and Significance [Paper No: 1331-a]
Associative Ordering: Borders and Connections in Late Medieval Miscellanies [Paper No: 803-c]
Astronomy versus Astrology: Limits of Perception [Paper No: 1515-b]
Automatic Authors?: Some Thoughts about the Development of German Historiography in the 11th Century [Paper No: 508-a]
Beastly Borders: Animals and the Construction of 'Barbarians' in 12th-Century Latin Texts [Paper No: 217-b]
Benedict's New Friends: The Treatment of Breton Relics at Fleury in the 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1529-b]
Between Misogyny and Agency: The Representation of Women in the Byzantine Syntipas / Latin Dolopathos [Paper No: 115-c]
Borders in Dicuil's De cursu solis lunaeque [Paper No: 1330-b]
Caesarius of Arles: The Authority of the Patres at the Border between Tradition and Innovation [Paper No: 1343-b]
Canon Law in the Digital Age: Identifying Quotations, Transmission, and Intertextual Relations [Paper No: 305-a]
'Cesare splendidior': Anglo-Norman Memories of Æthelflæd of Mercia [Paper No: 1108-b]
Changing Concepts of Authorship in 10th-Century Latin Europe: The Rebellious Rather of Verona [Paper No: 202-c]
Circular Authority: Author Collectives, Patrons, and the Notion of Publication [Paper No: 202-a]
Contactos velados: fuentes griegas en un poema pseudo-isidoriano altomedieval (Exhortatio poenitendi) [Paper No: 1218-a]
Contagion, Panic, Shame: Modern Transphobia's Medieval Resonances [Paper No: 239-b]
Copying Augustine across Borders: The Manuscript Transmission of His Treatises on Initiation, Marriage, and Penance in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 507-a]
Creating Cornwall with(in) Britain [Paper No: 1008-c]
Crossing Borders to Predict the Future: Divination by Geomancy from East to West [Paper No: 1230-a]
Crossing Intellectual Borders between Krakow and Italy in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1515-c]
Damnatio memoriae: The Art of Forgetting in High Medieval Denmark [Paper No: 508-b]
'Defined as flesh by flesh-loathers': An Ecclesiastic, Somatic, Erotic Tour through Polydore Vergil's Sacred History [Paper No: 339-b]
Defining the Boundaries of Animate and Inanimate in the Riddles of Tatwine [Paper No: 806-c]
Depictions of Cities in William of Tyre's Chronicon: An Attempt to Overcome (Religious) Borders? [Paper No: 116-b]
Detecting the Translation Technique of Burgundio of Pisa through Chrysostomus Latinus in Iohannem Online (CLIO), Chrystostomus Latinus in Mattheum Online (CLIMO), and Text Alignment Network (TAN) [Paper No: 1331-b]
Do Peasants Have Emotions?: Perspective of Jan Długosz in Annales seu Cronicae incliti Regni Poloniae [Paper No: 502-b]
Editing the Leipzig Manuscript: Another View of Gertrude of Helfta and Her Circle [Paper No: 1504-b]
Eigil of Fulda: Abbot, Historian, and Architect of Fulda's Monastic Landscape [Paper No: 608-a]
Establishing and Categorising the Provenance of Liturgical Fragments: Case Studies from Marienberg and Tegernsee [Paper No: 503-b]
'Etiam ad orientis interiora potuissent penetrare': (Re)Imagining Outremer in the Latin Continuation of William of Tyre [Paper No: 1723-b]
Excerpta de Plinio el Viejo en el ámbito hispánico medieval [Paper No: 1218-d]
Family Matters: Boniface and his Enigmatic Sisters [Paper No: 210-c]
Formative Spaces: Making Female Ascetics in Early Medieval Iberia [Paper No: 1206-b]
Frithegod, Greek, and 10th-Century Anglo-Latin [Paper No: 820-b]
From Analogue to Digital and Beyond: Some Reflections on the Present and Future of the PASSIM Research Environment [Paper No: 1502-a]
From Caesarius of Arles to Alanus of Farfa: The Dynamic Reception of Patristic Preaching in 6th- and 7th-Century Sermon Collections [Paper No: 507-c]
From Germanic Languages to Italian: Borrowing without Borders [Paper No: 615-a]
From the Croatian Borderlands: The Imagery of the Border in the Late Medieval 'Anti-Ottoman' Writings [Paper No: 1727-c]
From the Written Word to Rituals: Arthur's Grave as a Case Study, 12th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 1703-b]
From Tournai to Trondheim: Flemish Saints in Danish and Norwegian Manuscripts [Paper No: 1129-c]
Harmony and Conflict: Blended Borders of the Dene and the Engle in the Late Old English Period [Paper No: 1619-d]
'He gave great thanks to the Creator who tamed the wildness of the untamed': Shifting the Border of the Tamed in High Medieval Wales [Paper No: 117-b]
'Here maketh myne Autour a specyall mencion': Borders of Authorship in the Shyp of Fools of Alexander Barclay and Henry Watson, 1509 [Paper No: 819-d]
Hiberno-Latin Textual Obscurity and Christian Symbolism [Paper No: 820-c]
Hidden Heroines: The Appropriation of Women's Voices in Late Antique Latin Literature [Paper No: 1006-b]
His Final (?) Resting Place: Early Furta sacra from Gregory of Tours [Paper No: 1230-c]
How Gothic in Language Was 'Gothic Arianism'? [Paper No: 1620-a]
'How to defeat the undead': Comparing the Methods of Human Intercession against the Undead in Eyrbyggja Saga and Historia rerum Anglicarum [Paper No: 1731-a]
How to Write a Nun: Baudri of Bourgueil's Poems Addressed to Monastic Women [Paper No: 1638-a]
'I will give myself to the work of reading history': Pre-Conquest Echoes in the Relatio de Standardo of Aelred of Rievaulx [Paper No: 1308-c]
Imaginary and Real Boundaries in Russian Question-and-Answer Texts [Paper No: 1709-b]
Import-Export: The Multiple Border Crossings of Anastasius Bibliothecarius [Paper No: 1221-b]
Jordanes at the Border of the Roman Empire [Paper No: 313-a]
King Offa of Mercia, Damnatio memoriae or Vir mirabilis: Transmission and Adaptation in Post-Conquest England [Paper No: 1108-a]
Knowing Ocean(s): Borders and Boundaries, from Surface to Sea-Floor [Paper No: 1619-c]
Las fronteras de género en las colecciones de exempla medievales: el ejemplario del ms. 529 de la Biblioteca Pública del Estado en Palma de Mallorca [Paper No: 1218-b]
Late Medieval Verse Epitaphs: A Marked Choice [Paper No: 1703-c]
Latin Thinking in German Minds: The Speculum Sapientiae and Its Paths to the German Vernacular [Paper No: 1118-a]
Los límites del texto: Quintiliano en florilegios latinos medievales conservados en España [Paper No: 1218-c]
Maimonides Latinus and Toledo in the Early 13th Century [Paper No: 636-c]
Making Past Places Present in Post-Conquest Northumbria [Paper No: 1208-a]
Manuscript Fulda, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Aa 9: The Break-Up of the Formal Limits of Augustine's De ciuitate Dei in the Carolingian Period [Paper No: 607-c]
Many Paths across Pale Fields: Repetition and Discernment in Boniface's Enigmata [Paper No: 210-b]
Marvelling Curiosity in the Bern Riddles [Paper No: 310-a]
Medieval Environments in Two Versions of the Vita Sancti Cadoci [Paper No: 1617-b]
Memory Transmission in Tundal's Vision [Paper No: 1709-a]
Merovingian Saints and the Border of the Hagiographic Tradition [Paper No: 520-c]
Misinterpreting the Margins?: Reconsidering Marginal Comments in the Only Witness for De Expugnatione Lyxbonensi [Paper No: 1523-b]
Monsters, Demons, and Mary of Egypt: Sanctity at the End of the World in Caxton's Golden Legend [Paper No: 614-b]
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]
Multiple Spatialisations in the Historia Roderici and the Chronica naierensis [Paper No: 1311-a]
Narratives of Female Martyrdom in Visigothic Spain [Paper No: 1206-c]
New Leaves for Old Lacunae: Patching the Histories of Gregory of Tours [Paper No: 703-a]
No Country for Old Women?: Women and Religious Dissidence in the Post-Roman World [Paper No: 1006-a]
Offsets, Binding Holes, and Squares of White Tape: Material Evidence on the Leaves of the Beauvais Missal [Paper No: 503-a]
On the Priority of the Old English Source of Æthelweard's Chronicon [Paper No: 1010-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]
Optical Theory and Feminine Auctoritas within Chaucer's the 'Tale of Melibee' [Paper No: 1118-b]
Papyrus and Parchment as Cultural Borders in Europe and the Mediterranean, 8th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1221-d]
'Patres imposce benignos': Prefatory Expressions of Authority through Late Antiquity [Paper No: 319-a]
Permeable Borders: Towers, Tombs, and Other Queer Spaces in the Works of Hrotsvit von Gandersheim [Paper No: 532-a]
'Picturam quere fol. 4': Paratext and Hypertext in the Margins of a Late Medieval German Multi-Text Manuscript [Paper No: 1611-c]
Points of Law: Pricking in Statuta Angliae Manuscripts [Paper No: 803-a]
Readings of Augustine in 9th-Century Discussions on the Soul [Paper No: 607-a]
Recycling and Upcycling Culture in the Middle Ages: Hidden Collections in the Bindings of Codices [Paper No: 503-c]
Rendering Visible the Invisible: Servants and Slave-Girls in Jerome's Letters [Paper No: 717-a]
Revealing Quotation-Driven Text Relations by Using the Scholastic Commentary and Text Archive's Linked Data Technology: A Case Study of William of St Amour's Collectiones [Paper No: 205-c]
Sermo castigatorius Sancti Augustini: Imagining (Pseudo-) Augustine in Early Medieval Collections [Paper No: 507-b]
Shaping Authority through Processes of Education in the Sermons of Peter Chrysologus [Paper No: 1343-a]
Singing with Authority: Liturgical Booklets and Visions of Authority in the 10th Century [Paper No: 1604-c]
Subverting the Kaisergeschichte: The Kings of Early Rome in the Historia Augusta [Paper No: 1207-b]
Symmachus' Relationes and the Limits of Imperial Authority [Paper No: 1209-a]
Textual Crossings: The Rhine Border between Ammianus Marcellinus, Jerome, and Gregory of Tours [Paper No: 1225-a]
The Abbess and the Inscription: A Material Perspective on Women's Monasticism in Visigothic Spain [Paper No: 1206-a]
The Benedictine Reform and the Norman Conquest in the Liber Eliensis: Creating Narrative Contrast to Rewrite the Past [Paper No: 1308-a]
The Borders of Identity in Matthew Paris [Paper No: 722-b]
The Brepolis Latin Databases: Decades Old, Still Alive [Paper No: 1702-a]
The Construction of an Image: Understanding Depictions of the Empress Matilda and the Relationship between Gender and Power in Gesta Stephani and Historia Novella [Paper No: 1108-c]
The De-Romanization of the Early Middle Ages: Recontextualizing Post-Roman Britain and Italy [Paper No: 214-a]
The Florilegium of the Leipzig Manuscript: A Brief Introduction and Hermeneutic Approach to Its Main Issues [Paper No: 1504-c]
The Good and the Bad Shepherds in Late Medieval Sermons in Central Europe [Paper No: 619-c]
The Liber Lelle across Borders: The Book of Angela of Foligno across Confessional and Geographical Boundaries [Paper No: 229-c]
The Many Dragons of Geoffrey of Monmouth: Animal Symbolism and Medieval Prophetic Discourse [Paper No: 101-c]
The Memory of Caffaro: Jacopo Doria's Genoese Civic Annals (1280-1293) and the Genoese Presence in the Latin East in the Later 13th Century [Paper No: 1723-c]
The Mutilated Page: Authoritative Torture and Archival Fantasy in Late Latin Poetry [Paper No: 1109-a]
The Permeability of Textual Borders in Manuscripts of Crusade Letters [Paper No: 1523-a]
The Politics of Victimhood and the Violent Transformation of City and Church in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 504-c]
The Proprietates Anglicorum: Political Satire, Borders, and Identity in 14th-Century France [Paper No: 722-a]
The Queen and the Poet: Female Authority in Venantius Fortunatus' Poems on Radegund [Paper No: 1109-c]
The Reception of the Greek Fathers' Vocabulary on the Beatific Vision in Hugh of St Victor through the Lens of Eriugena [Paper No: 1231-a]
The Scriptural Authority of Late Antique Biblical Epics [Paper No: 319-b]
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 Third Crusade and the Rewriting of History in Medieval England [Paper No: 1523-c]
The Unsuccessful Conquest of Tangier by the Portuguese within the Framework of Religious, Cultural, and Geographic Borders [Paper No: 130-c]
The Wisdom of the Greeks: Peter Abelard as a Reader of Greek Patristic Sources [Paper No: 1231-c]
Theodosius and the Late Latin Historiography [Paper No: 1207-c]
Thieves, Liars, and Murderers: The Basques, the Navarrese, and the Historiography of the Disaster at Roncesvalles [Paper No: 1535-b]
Things Immaterial in the Early Medieval English Riddle Tradition [Paper No: 110-b]
Three Portraits of a Non-Existant Friar: Authority and Authorship in Printed Sermons [Paper No: 1343-c]
Tracing the Border of Authority: Paul the Deacon's Homiliary and the Performance of Orthodoxy [Paper No: 1604-a]
Tracing the Modes of Expressing Doubts and Textual Coherence in the Treatise De praxibus curiae Romanae by Matthew of Kraków [Paper No: 619-a]
Varieties of 'Patristic Authority' at Carolingian Church Councils [Paper No: 607-b]
What Borders Can Reveal about the Use of Psalter Manuscripts and the Limits of Their Usability [Paper No: 1611-b]
What It Means to Be King: Ideals of Kingship in 15th-Century Royal Genealogical Chronicles [Paper No: 1316-b]
William of Saint-Thierry's Greek 'Sources' and Influences [Paper No: 1231-b]
William of St Thierry's Greek Sources in the De natura corporis et animae [Paper No: 1331-c]
With a Little Help from Digital Humanities: Researching Medieval Glossed Corpora in the 21st Century [Paper No: 1310-a]
Wrestling with Pedagogy: A Kinaesthetic Perspective on the Education of Princes [Paper No: 237-c]
Writing and Re-Writing as a Way to 'Perform' a Spiritual Text: The Case of the Legatus Divinae Pietatis in the Leipzig Manuscript [Paper No: 1504-a]
Writing Loss on the Frontier: The Historia regum Hierusalem Latinorum ad deplorationem perditionis terrae sanctae accomodata and the Fall of Jerusalem [Paper No: 1723-a]
Youth as a Period of Growth in Felix's Vita Sancti Guthlaci [Paper No: 137-b]
'You've gone too far': Crossing Boundaries and Disapproving Witnesses in Medieval English Mortuary Accounts [Paper No: 1001-b]