(Sea-)Stranding and Thematic Unity in Andreas Saga Postola I [Paper No: 1029-a]
A King of Their Own?: Óláfr Tryggvason in Medieval Icelandic Prose [Paper No: 638-c]
A Testament to the Saints: Wills in Late Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1129-b]
Anger and the Gods in Íslendingasögur [Paper No: 602-c]
Between Text Boundaries and Quire Boundaries: Production of Old Norse Literature in the Early Modern Period [Paper No: 703-b]
Borders between Scribes: Re-Evaluating the Production of the Codex Scardensis [Paper No: 1211-d]
Boundaries of Sorcery: The Role of Seiðmenn in Viking Age Society [Paper No: 335-b]
Chickens and Vikings?: The Domestic Fowl and Its Significance in Early Medieval Scandinavia and Iceland [Paper No: 1605-a]
Cohabiting with Vikings: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human-Animal Social Spaces and Perceptions of Different Species in the Viking Age [Paper No: 1505-a]
Defining Feud: A Comparative Study of Behavioural Norms during Conflict in High Medieval England and Iceland [Paper No: 1035-c]
Disruption in Hárbarðsljóð [Paper No: 1038-b]
'Dvergunum leizt ok vel á Freyju': The Language of Supernatural Emotions in the Fornaldarsögur [Paper No: 602-b]
Dykes, Ditches, and Drains: Borders and Place-Names on the Isle of Axholme [Paper No: 1634-a]
'Ek kemr, ek sér, ek vinnr': Norwegian Influence on Old Icelandic Verb Inflection [Paper No: 320-a]
'Eue þydiz upp i uárt maal eymd edr ue' ('Eve signifies in our language misery or woe'): The Presentation of Eve in the Fall Story of Stjórn I [Paper No: 1029-c]
Fabric of Feud: Material Culture and Female Identity in Laxdæla Saga [Paper No: 832-c]
Faroese, Shetlanders, and Not-Vikings in Scotland: When Old Norse Loans in the Gaelic Languages Are Not Old Norse Loans - But What Are They? [Paper No: 320-b]
Feuds, Duels, Laws, and Gifts: Dogs in the Social Fabric of Old Norse Literature [Paper No: 1705-a]
From Israel to Iceland: The Hebrew Bible and the Typological Structure of Sturlunga Saga [Paper No: 838-a]
From Tournai to Trondheim: Flemish Saints in Danish and Norwegian Manuscripts [Paper No: 1129-c]
Gender Matters, Matters Gender: Transmasculine Potentiality in Hervarar saga ok Heiðreks [Paper No: 337-c]
Growing Vikings: Enculturation, Precocious Youths, and Puppet Princes [Paper No: 237-a]
Gunnhildr konungamóðir, the Icelanders, and the Question of Otherness [Paper No: 638-b]
How Old is Gøtudansk?: Early Evidence for Language Mixing on the Faroe Islands [Paper No: 220-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]
'I will go nowhere': Futurity in the Political Landscapes of Njáls Saga and Grettis Saga [Paper No: 538-b]
Iceland and the World: Constructing Storyworlds and Retelling the Past in Late Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 538-a]
Illegal or Irrevocable Donation?: The Case of a 14th-Century Testamentary Dispute [Paper No: 1531-a]
Imagining the British Isles in Old Norse-Icelandic Fantastical Literature [Paper No: 1135-b]
Instances of Interactions and Conflicts in the North Sea Region in Medieval Times [Paper No: 1534-c]
Language and Metre of Kraftaskáld Magic in the Rímur Form [Paper No: 1022-c]
Le Livere de Reis de Brittanie: A Hitherto Unedited Anglo-Norman Chronicle from The Peterborough Chronicle (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 636) [Paper No: 1501-a]
Making Connections in the Viking Diaspora: What Might Social Network Analysis Reveal about the People of Orkneyinga Saga? [Paper No: 609-b]
Making Sense of Beigaðr's Death: Contextual and Generic Factors in the Íslendingasögur and Landnámabók [Paper No: 735-b]
Monstrosity and Alterity: Distant Countries and Monsters in Medieval Icelandic and Continental Literature [Paper No: 1122-a]
Mountains, Caves, and Snowstorms: The 'Lai of Two Lovers' in Anglo-Norman and Old Norse [Paper No: 1135-d]
Norrænaðr: 'Norwegianing' Falconry Motifs in Strengleikar's Jonet [Paper No: 1605-b]
'Ok þá kvað hann vísu' ('And then he spoke a verse'): Prosimetrum and the Borderline between Performance and Reception History in Old Norse Kings' Sagas [Paper No: 1038-a]
Ölvis Rímur sterka: Oral aspects of Rímur Transmission [Paper No: 1022-a]
Performative Features and Styles in Medieval Rímur [Paper No: 1022-b]
Punishing Wrongdoing and the Border of the Danelaw [Paper No: 815-c]
'Quis est qui sepultus hic'?: Burials, the Past, and the Present in Medieval Irish Texts [Paper No: 719-a]
Reception and Political Use of the Hrafnista Cycle in the Kalmar Union [Paper No: 1122-b]
Sagas Crossing Genre Borders [Paper No: 735-c]
Sapientia et fortitudo in the Old Icelandic Flóamanna Saga: Folk Knowledge and Fish [Paper No: 1135-c]
Skaldic Poetry across Borders [Paper No: 1534-b]
Stemmas Posit Lost Manuscripts: How Can We Harness This Method? - Icelandic Romances as a Case Study [Paper No: 102-c]
Talking about the Weather: Hauksbók, Eco-History, and Elite Identity in 14th-Century Iceland [Paper No: 538-c]
The Circulation and Integration of Medical Knowledge across Borders: The Old Norse Materia medica [Paper No: 815-d]
The Circulation of Saga Manuscripts at the Periphery of the Kalmar Union: Dissemination and Political Instrumentalisation of Old Icelandic Literature in the Early Modern Period [Paper No: 1122-c]
The Compilation of Vernacular Laws in High and Late Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 738-a]
The Dissenting þættir of Hulda-Hrokkinskinna and the Post-1264 Redaction of the Sagas of Kings [Paper No: 638-a]
The Formation of a Männerbund: Late Reception of the Wild Hunt in Otto Höfler's Kultische Geheimbünde der Germanen [Paper No: 1122-d]
The 'Historical Heart' of Hrafnkel's Saga: A Reinterpretation under 14th-Century Norwegian Rule [Paper No: 738-b]
The Twelve Apostles as a Group in Medieval Iceland: A Study of the Codex Scardensis and Its Sources [Paper No: 1129-d]
'Þorsteinn hét maðr': A Socio-Onomastic Analysis [Paper No: 838-b]
Towards the Application of Film Genre Theory in Saga Studies [Paper No: 735-a]
Unloved and on the Periphery: Mother-Daughter Relationships in the Old Norse World [Paper No: 502-c]
Voyaging Saints from Ireland to Scandinavia: Columba and Brendan the Navigator [Paper No: 1129-a]
When Beasts Turn Bad: Animals and Aggression in Iceland [Paper No: 1217-a]
'When is a pig not a pig? When it's a pig': Rethinking Animal Categorisation in Medieval Iceland and Scandinavia [Paper No: 1705-c]