(In)Human Architectures in Geoffrey Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde [Paper No: 814-d]
A Comparative Investigation of Anaphoric Reference Devices in Anglo-Norman and Middle English Personal Letters [Paper No: 1501-b]
'A life that is not a thing': John McTaggart's Temporal Series, Ontological Differentiations, and the Middle English Poem St Erkenwald [Paper No: 1019-c]
Allegorical Gimmicks and Financial Monsters: Border-Fantasies of the Self in Late Medieval Literature [Paper No: 1309-a]
An Englishman in Paris: Manuscripts and Multilingualism in John of Garland's Dictionarius [Paper No: 220-b]
'As fer as cercled is the mapamounde': Beyond the Borders of the Effable in Geoffrey Chaucer's 'To Rosemounde' and Zhou Bangyan's (周邦彥) 'Fengliuzi' (風流子) [Paper No: 835-b]
Before Landscape: Wynnere and Wastoure's Imperial Terraformation [Paper No: 1717-a]
Between Canon and Apocrypha: John Trevisa's Translation of the Gospel of Nicodemus [Paper No: 520-a]
Border Pedagogy in the Middle English Pearl [Paper No: 1019-b]
Breaking the Bounds: Mysticism and Pseudo-Mysticism in Love's Mirror and Suso's Seven Poyntes [Paper No: 229-a]
Breaking the Law of Identity: Re-Examining Lydgate's Dramatic Corpora [Paper No: 118-a]
Conflicting Borders: The Stewart Dynasty and the Anglo-Scots Border [Paper No: 1609-b]
Consumption and Incorporation in Middle English Literary Portrayals of Mother-Son Relationships [Paper No: 1532-c]
Dangerous Doubt: Contextualising Mary's Lament in the Towneley Crucifixion [Paper No: 718-c]
'Defined as flesh by flesh-loathers': An Ecclesiastic, Somatic, Erotic Tour through Polydore Vergil's Sacred History [Paper No: 339-b]
Die Another Day: Sir Gawain and the Instability of Death [Paper No: 331-a]
Eve (Un)Bound: Bounding the Maternal Body in the Middle English Lives of Adam and Eve [Paper No: 1732-c]
Everyman's Queer Failure [Paper No: 118-c]
Extreme Otherness and the Contested Land of Carlisle in Middle English Arthurian Romance [Paper No: 1509-b]
Fluid Identities: Dynamics of Alienation from and Assimilation into the Christian Community in the Romance of Sir Gowther [Paper No: 1204-c]
Formal Borderlands in Charles d'Orléans' Fortunes Stabilnes [Paper No: 1719-b]
Freedom through Formulae: Feminist Re-Readings / Re-Tellings of Middle English Fairy-Mistress Narratives [Paper No: 1018-c]
Guinevere's Lack of Maternity in Arthurian Literature [Paper No: 1532-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]
Hoccleve and Humour?: 15th-Century Manuscript Transmission of The Regiment of Princes [Paper No: 1012-c]
How Old is Gøtudansk?: Early Evidence for Language Mixing on the Faroe Islands [Paper No: 220-a]
Human Nature: Rational and Mortal [Paper No: 1309-d]
Imagining Pilgrimage in The Book of Margery Kempe [Paper No: 1638-b]
Imagining the British Isles in Old Norse-Icelandic Fantastical Literature [Paper No: 1135-b]
Julian of Norwich and Indecency in the Anchorhold: Blood Lust and Body Doubling [Paper No: 339-a]
Late Medieval Piety for the Early Modern Reader: Margery Kempe in Pepwell's Benyamyn Anthology [Paper No: 214-b]
Lay Women Praying in Bed: Late Medieval Spaces for Praying in Disce Mori and The Tretyse of Love [Paper No: 529-b]
Literary and Social Border Crossings in The Canterbury Tales [Paper No: 1119-b]
London Merchants and Yorkshire Shepherds: The Mercantilist World System in 15th-Century English Drama [Paper No: 1626-d]
Making and Breaking Boundaries in the Early Modern Robin Hood Performance [Paper No: 518-c]
Measure for Measure: Comparing Psalm Versions in Medieval English Books of Hours [Paper No: 729-b]
Medieval English Time Travel [Paper No: 1019-d]
Middle English Creeds after John Wyclif: The Multivalence of Their Manuscript Context [Paper No: 619-b]
Monsters, Demons, and Mary of Egypt: Sanctity at the End of the World in Caxton's Golden Legend [Paper No: 614-b]
'My sturdy hardynesse': The Wife of Bath's Anti-Feminist Satire as Trans Narrative [Paper No: 322-c]
On the Borders of English in Early Middle English Poetry [Paper No: 1310-b]
Optical Theory and Feminine Auctoritas within Chaucer's the 'Tale of Melibee' [Paper No: 1118-b]
Pearl: The Borders of Grief [Paper No: 1731-b]
'Performance' in Mural Wall Paintings: The Seven Works of Mercy in Paintings and Plays [Paper No: 218-a]
Permeable Boundaries: The Coastal Zone in Medieval English and Old Norse-Icelandic Romance [Paper No: 1135-a]
Piers Plowman: Landscapes, Bodies, Dreams, and Texts [Paper No: 317-c]
Queer Youth in the Middle English Pharaoh Pageants [Paper No: 337-a]
Reading the Topographies of Romance: Re-Imagining Borders after the Hundred Years War [Paper No: 1509-c]
Scientific Elemental Discourse and Ecocriticism in Chaucer's House of Fame [Paper No: 1717-c]
Sociological Anxiety: Late Medieval English Writers and Their Emotional Worlds [Paper No: 502-a]
Spatio-Temporal Liminality and Transcendence in Trecento and Early Quattrocento Last Judgment Scenes [Paper No: 814-c]
'The adubbement of tho downes dere / Garten my gost all gref forgete': Elevation in the 14th-Century Pearl Poem [Paper No: 1509-a]
The Evolving Language of Lechery: Developing Lustful Language in Vernacular Saints' Lives [Paper No: 606-a]
The Governor, the Wife and the Cock-Blocking Constable: Spatial Policing and Heterosexual Parody in the York Pageant The Dream of Pilate's Wife [Paper No: 118-b]
The Index of Middle English Prose (IMEP): Creating a Digital Catalogue for Cotton Manuscripts [Paper No: 1310-c]
The Intricate Patterns and Pitfalls of Female Mediation in Late Medieval Dream Poetry [Paper No: 732-a]
The Lion with the Knight: A Posthumanist Approach to the Lion in Yvain and Gawain [Paper No: 1517-b]
The Pre-Local Global: A World-Systems Reading of Mandeville [Paper No: 1626-b]
The Transgressing Temporal Border of the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1019-a]
The Weathered Self [Paper No: 1309-c]
'Thus ye shall avoide every smert': Protecting Royal Power in George Ashby's Active Policy of a Prince, c. 1461 [Paper No: 341-b]
Trading Places: The Book of John Mandeville, Markets, and World Systems Theory [Paper No: 1626-c]
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]
Who Is Speaking?: Narrator and Auctorite in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde [Paper No: 1119-c]
'Why stand you looking up to heaven?': Corporeal and Spiritual Vision and the Ascension in Literature of the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 812-a]
With 'hawthorn hegis knet': Corresponding with Hedgerows in Late Medieval Writings [Paper No: 1137-a]
World as Incantation: Language of Nature in Bernard Silvestris' Cosmographia [Paper No: 1717-b]
'Yeve credens to her': Credit and Credibility in The Book of Margery Kempe [Paper No: 1730-b]