An Arab-Less Arabia?: Literacy and Ethnicity in Pre-Islamic Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1520-a]
An Attempt to Re-Examine the Dialectic of the East and the West in Tolkien's Selected Works [Paper No: 141-a]
Beyond the Circles of the World [Paper No: 1033-b]
Breaking the Fourth Wall: When Medieval Actors and the Audience Come to Blows [Paper No: 618-c]
Chrononormativity and Queer Time: Crossing Temporal Borders in Tolkien's Middle-Earth [Paper No: 1133-b]
Computing the Interlace Structure of The Lord of the Rings [Paper No: 241-b]
Credible Sources: Divining Fact from Fiction in the Older Scots Tale Cycle The Buke of the Sevyne Sagis [Paper No: 1018-a]
Crossing Borders and Constructing Female Selves in The Journal of Mistress Joan Martyn [Paper No: 526-d]
Crown and Uṙ: The Wedding Ceremony in 5th-Century Armenia [Paper No: 625-a]
Dayeaks: Fostering in Early Medieval Armenia, 5th-7th Centuries [Paper No: 625-b]
'Finding out what lies beyond the borders of the Shire': Applying Tolkien's Fantastic Texts in and to Madness - The Transgressive Experience of Psychotic Thinking [Paper No: 1133-c]
From Fangshi to Wuxi: Reading Occult Specialists in Yuan Chinese Historiography [Paper No: 630-b]
From Germanic Languages to Italian: Borrowing without Borders [Paper No: 615-a]
Gender and Sexuality in the Barlaam and Josaphat Textual Tradition: A Transcultural Exploration [Paper No: 115-a]
Glossopoeia through Letter Writing: The Role of Early Reader and Author Responses in the Development of the Elvish Languages [Paper No: 141-c]
Holy Bottoms and Heavy Balloons: Mysticism's Back Rooms [Paper No: 139-b]
Inculcating Arabic into the Nubian Soil: The Process and Its Agents [Paper No: 1520-b]
Instances of Interactions and Conflicts in the North Sea Region in Medieval Times [Paper No: 1534-c]
Isolde: Female Hero, Heroine, or Counter-Hero? [Paper No: 732-c]
Languages in Contact at Hatra: A Textual and Archaeological Perspective [Paper No: 1720-c]
'Lay your head in my lap': Homoerotic Tension and Possibility on Mordor's Border in The Lord of the Rings [Paper No: 1133-d]
Memories of Borders: On the Borders of Memory - Beleriand as Elegiac Landscape [Paper No: 1033-a]
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]
Negotiating Moral Boundaries: Attitudes to Wealth in Medieval Qur'anic Exegesis [Paper No: 1230-b]
Of Dust Motes, Trees, and Golden Flowers: Tolkien and Duns Scotus' Haeccitas [Paper No: 141-b]
'Pearls' of Pearl: Medieval Appropriations in Tolkien's Mythology [Paper No: 241-c]
Pilgrims' Inscriptions and How to Find Them: Methodologies and Challenges of Distinguishing Visitors' Graffiti at Bawit, Middle Egypt [Paper No: 1307-b]
That's All (S)He Wrote: The Boundaries between Gender and the Page in London, British Library, MS Additional 37790 [Paper No: 832-b]
The Revivalist Critic and the Alliterative Poet: An Unexpected Collaboration [Paper No: 241-a]
Tolkien's Orphaned Heroes [Paper No: 1133-a]
Undead or Undying: Limits of Immortality in Tolkien's Work [Paper No: 1033-c]
'Unquiet Soul': Republican Ghosts and Medievalist Hauntings in Seamus Heaney [Paper No: 1533-c]