'[He] sægde him to sorge þæt hy sige-lease / þone grenan wong ofgiefan sceoldan': The Porous Borders of Affect, Race, and Sovereignty in Guthlac A / B and Exeter Riddle 10 [Paper No: 806-b]
A Socio-Economic Reading of the Old English Deor [Paper No: 1215-a]
Across the Border: Anti-Nationalism and Radical Translation of Early Medieval Texts in Contemporary Poetry [Paper No: 1610-b]
All's Fair in Love and Law: Negotiating the Boundaries of Community and Religion in Cynewulf's Juliana [Paper No: 706-c]
An Englishman in Paris: Manuscripts and Multilingualism in John of Garland's Dictionarius [Paper No: 220-b]
An Even Heardra Nut to Crack: Using the Dictionary of Old English Corpus to Get Big Data for Old English Spelling Variation [Paper No: 606-c]
Anarchical Narrative Emplotting and Historical Reflection in Early Medieval 'Heroic' Verse [Paper No: 308-b]
Anglo-Saxon Perceptions and Representations of Europe [Paper No: 1222-a]
Bawdy Talk, Body Parts, and Female Things in the Old English Riddles [Paper No: 110-a]
Beowulf and Emotional Practice [Paper No: 203-a]
Books in Books of Old English [Paper No: 303-b]
Borders of Form: Prose or Verse in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle MS E (Oxford, Bodleian Library, Laud Misc 636) [Paper No: 1619-b]
Breaking the Boundaries of Creation: The Great Flood in Genesis A [Paper No: 1519-b]
'Caedmon on the shell tip': Reading Old English with Lynette Roberts and Brenda Chamberlain in Wales [Paper No: 1610-a]
Contemporary Poetry Does Scholarship: Fringe or more 'Authentic' Old English Studies? [Paper No: 1710-a]
Crossing Borders in the Old English Andreas [Paper No: 706-b]
Crossing Thematic Borders in 'Maxims I' [Paper No: 1619-a]
Cynewulf's Questioning of the Borders of Script and Orality in The Fates of the Apostles [Paper No: 806-d]
Defining Borders: Women's Place within the Scottish Community of John Barbour's The Bruce [Paper No: 1608-b]
Defining the Boundaries of Animate and Inanimate in the Riddles of Tatwine [Paper No: 806-c]
Demarcating History: Time Refashioned through Language in Alfred's Verse Preface to the Pastoral Care [Paper No: 1010-c]
Dykes, Ditches, and Drains: Borders and Place-Names on the Isle of Axholme [Paper No: 1634-a]
Enigma, Audience, Locale: 'The Ruin' as a Riddle [Paper No: 310-b]
Environmental Control and the Self in Early English Homiletic Literature [Paper No: 117-a]
'Eorl & ceorl, ƥegen & ƥeoden': The Transition of Lordship in England in the Long 10th Century [Paper No: 1637-a]
Far, Strange, Foreign, and Other in Old English: Spatial and Cultural Boundaries [Paper No: 706-d]
Frithegod, Greek, and 10th-Century Anglo-Latin [Paper No: 820-b]
Frontier Justice: Mapping the Borders of the Extended Mind in Early English Texts and Landscapes [Paper No: 1137-c]
Gazing on Guthlac's Reliques: John Clare, Early Medieval Saints, and Walking the Fenland Landscape [Paper No: 1610-c]
'Goddes hie name prented þer ynne': Examining Metaphors of Likeness and Imprinting in Late Medieval Literary Conceptualisations of the Soul [Paper No: 1202-a]
'Griffin se Wylisca cing': 11th-Century Welsh Kings in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle [Paper No: 1222-b]
Handling Birds, Handling Quills: Animal Husbandry and Scribal Practice [Paper No: 108-a]
Harmony and Conflict: Blended Borders of the Dene and the Engle in the Late Old English Period [Paper No: 1619-d]
'Holtes on ende' ('At the edge of the woods'): The Wooden Codex in The Dream of the Rood [Paper No: 303-c]
In Search of the Mind in the Old English Hierdeboc [Paper No: 1110-b]
Knowing Ocean(s): Borders and Boundaries, from Surface to Sea-Floor [Paper No: 1619-c]
Liminal Voices of Disabled Subjectivity in the Exeter Book Riddles [Paper No: 806-a]
Lincolnshire as the New Jerusalem: Trans-Locating Sanctity in Old English Hagiographic Poetry [Paper No: 1529-a]
Lived Experience in Æthelwulf's Visions of the Afterlife [Paper No: 1139-b]
Locating Borders in Alfredian England [Paper No: 1010-a]
Margaret and the Dragon in Medieval English and German Versions [Paper No: 1517-c]
Mary as Facilitator of Salvation in Late Medieval English Eschatology [Paper No: 1631-c]
Medieval English Time Travel [Paper No: 1019-d]
Monsters at the Borders: The Early Medieval English Wonders of the East and World Maps [Paper No: 815-b]
Nettles and Networks: New Ways to Tackle Wound Infections [Paper No: 108-c]
Old English Biblical Poetry and the Boundaries of Genre [Paper No: 1519-a]
Old English Poetry and Mercian Queens [Paper No: 1210-a]
On the Priority of the Old English Source of Æthelweard's Chronicon [Paper No: 1010-b]
Opening Words: Saintly Speech and Bodily Rupture in the Old English Juliana [Paper No: 1210-b]
Pentecost and the Language of Thought in Early Irish and Early English Traditions [Paper No: 207-b]
Punishing Wrongdoing and the Border of the Danelaw [Paper No: 815-c]
Re-Evaluating Rædwald's Wife: A Queen, Confidant, and Teacher? [Paper No: 832-a]
Riddling Earth-Halls: Examining the Interplay of Environmental and Rhetorical Borders in 'The Wife's Lament' and 'Wulf and Eadwacer' [Paper No: 1738-b]
Righteous Indignation: Beowulf's Anger Reconsidered [Paper No: 203-c]
Runcofa and the Inner Temple in Alfred's Metres of Boethius [Paper No: 1110-c]
Sapientia et fortitudo in the Old Icelandic Flóamanna Saga: Folk Knowledge and Fish [Paper No: 1135-c]
Scribe C: Rewriting the Beowulf Manuscript with the Guidance of Scribes A & B [Paper No: 108-b]
Steering the Ship of the Mind: The Significance and Influence of Metaphors for Controlling the Mind in the Alfredian Pastoral Care [Paper No: 1110-a]
Talking Genitalia in the Old English Riddles: Sex, Gender Roles, and Polysemic Solutions [Paper No: 532-b]
The Circulation and Integration of Medical Knowledge across Borders: The Old Norse Materia medica [Paper No: 815-d]
The Evolving Language of Lechery: Developing Lustful Language in Vernacular Saints' Lives [Paper No: 606-a]
The Genesis of Colour: Notes on the Use of Colours in MS Junius 11 Art [Paper No: 712-a]
The Surging of Water, the Surging of Feeling: The Mental Seascape in Beowulf [Paper No: 203-b]
Things Immaterial in the Early Medieval English Riddle Tradition [Paper No: 110-b]
Traversing the Borderlands of Body and World in Old English Boundary Clauses [Paper No: 1137-b]
Urban Wilderness: The Danger of Community in Old English Biblical Poetry [Paper No: 1519-c]
Wet and Wild: Moving beyond the Desert in the Old English Mary of Egypt [Paper No: 1517-a]
Witchcraft Accusations in Early Medieval Decrees: The Reputation of a Woman between Religious Offence and Family Concern [Paper No: 1534-a]
Writing and Damnation: Inscribing Eternity in Early English Textual Culture [Paper No: 303-a]
Writing Riddles: A Discussion and Reading [Paper No: 310-c]
Youth as a Period of Growth in Felix's Vita Sancti Guthlaci [Paper No: 137-b]