A Physician Teaches the Passion of Christ: Ulrich Pinder's Speculum passionis, 1507 [Paper No: 330-c]
A Saint for Scholars: Devotion to St Nicholas at the Late Medieval University of Paris [Paper No: 1131-c]
A Testament to the Saints: Wills in Late Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1129-b]
Apocalyptic Thought in the Parish Church [Paper No: 1030-a]
Baudouin II of Guînes: The Cultural Aspirations of an Illiterate Count in 12th-Century Flanders [Paper No: 1305-a]
Beast Fables from the East: Narrative Similarities across Continental Boundaries [Paper No: 714-a]
Being the Teaching: Living Spirituality Lessons from the Franciscan Secular Tradition [Paper No: 230-a]
Between the Self and the Other: Crossing Boundaries in Late Medieval Deathbed Manuals [Paper No: 131-c]
Breaking the Bounds: Mysticism and Pseudo-Mysticism in Love's Mirror and Suso's Seven Poyntes [Paper No: 229-a]
Carbunculus ignitus lilie: Family Memory in Medieval Song [Paper No: 1703-a]
Communal Boundaries: Caesarius of Arles, Predestination, and Excluding Sin and Religious Outsiders from Christian Space [Paper No: 225-c]
Conversion and Apostasy in the Visigothic Kingdom [Paper No: 1335-a]
Courtliness, Honour, and Holiness between the Garonne and Rhône Rivers, 1100-1250 [Paper No: 1536-a]
Credit and the Administration of the Poors' Funds in Small Lower Rhine Cities during the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1040-c]
Crown and Uṙ: The Wedding Ceremony in 5th-Century Armenia [Paper No: 625-a]
Dangerous Doubt: Contextualising Mary's Lament in the Towneley Crucifixion [Paper No: 718-c]
Demarcating History: Time Refashioned through Language in Alfred's Verse Preface to the Pastoral Care [Paper No: 1010-c]
Devotio Moderna: Crossing Borders between Clergy and Laity [Paper No: 539-b]
Editing the Register of Bishop John Buckingham (1363-1399): The Wills [Paper No: 704-b]
Environmental Control and the Self in Early English Homiletic Literature [Paper No: 117-a]
Fluid Boundaries between Performance, Text, and Rite: Indulgences in the Nativity Play of Constance [Paper No: 618-a]
Form and Function of the First Printed Czech Psalter (1487) [Paper No: 529-a]
Framing the Sacred: Aachen's Relics of the Virgin and Architectural Display [Paper No: 1712-b]
Franciscans in the Attic: The Many Shapes of Lay Religious Dissent in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1328-c]
Free to be Forsaken: The Significance of Cusa's Non aliud Principle for Calvin's Theology of the Cry of Dereliction [Paper No: 1739-c]
Henry VI: The Changing Popularities of a Quasi-Saint [Paper No: 1030-b]
'Her comforte and consolacyoun': Pain Management and Devotion in Childbirth in Late Medieval England [Paper No: 1732-b]
Heresy or Devotion?: Discerning One from the Other amongst the Beguins of Languedoc and Catalunya [Paper No: 1328-b]
Heterodoxy: Paganism, Lay Religiosity, and Heresy - Blurred Boundaries and Continuity from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages with an Emphasis on the Bogomils [Paper No: 1228-a]
How Visual Information Builds and / or Breaks Manuscript Borders in the Wellcome Apocalypse (London, Wellcome Library MS 49) [Paper No: 1311-d]
Ideas, Roles, and Spaces of Intimacy in Conjugal Relationships in the Time of Louis the Pious, 814-840 [Paper No: 1017-c]
Imagining Pilgrimage in The Book of Margery Kempe [Paper No: 1638-b]
Intercession at the Northernmost Border of Christendom: The Practice of Pious Provision in Medieval Norway [Paper No: 1631-a]
'Io Caterina scrivo a voi…': Catherine of Siena Teaching by Letters [Paper No: 330-a]
Late Medieval Piety for the Early Modern Reader: Margery Kempe in Pepwell's Benyamyn Anthology [Paper No: 214-b]
Late Medieval Verse Epitaphs: A Marked Choice [Paper No: 1703-c]
Lay Women Praying in Bed: Late Medieval Spaces for Praying in Disce Mori and The Tretyse of Love [Paper No: 529-b]
Making Agreements with Parish Priests in Southern France, c. 1270-1330 [Paper No: 1536-c]
Mariological Themes in Cusanus' Brixen Sermons [Paper No: 1739-a]
Marking Divisions and Making Connections in 13th-Century Breviaries [Paper No: 1211-c]
Mary as Facilitator of Salvation in Late Medieval English Eschatology [Paper No: 1631-c]
Measure for Measure: Comparing Psalm Versions in Medieval English Books of Hours [Paper No: 729-b]
Meco del Sacco and 'Free Spirit' Beliefs [Paper No: 1328-a]
Mum of a Preacher Man: Priests and Their Mothers in Western European Charters [Paper No: 226-b]
Narratives of Women Mystics and the Conversion of Medieval Sápmi [Paper No: 1638-c]
Nicholas of Cusa, Denys the Carthusian, and Christocentric Mysticism [Paper No: 1739-b]
None Shall Pass: Women at the Heavenly Toll-Gates [Paper No: 1026-c]
Notabilia verba and exercitia devota: Gerhard Groote, Florens Radewijns, and the Early Brethren of the Common Life of Deventer as 'Teachers' in the Dialogus noviciorum of Thomas à Kempis [Paper No: 330-b]
Pages of Prayer: The Ecosystem of Vernacular Prayer Books in the Late Medieval Low Countries, c. 1380-1550 [Paper No: 829-a]
'Parvula, non parvum linquis, virguncula, luctum': The Good 'Pater' Charlemagne Grieves the Loss of His Children [Paper No: 1017-b]
Patristics and the (Interdisciplinary) Study of Emotion [Paper No: 1616-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]
Political, Artistic, and Existential Borders in the Hours of Thomas Butler [Paper No: 1311-c]
Re-Writing Locality in the 15th-Century Liturgical Offices of St Winefride [Paper No: 1529-c]
So Far and No Further: Spatial Semantics and Borders as a Means of Social Control and Surveillance in Late Antique Church Communities, c. 300 - c. 500 [Paper No: 313-c]
'Speaking like Brugman': Lay Teachers Speaking like Brugman [Paper No: 230-c]
Strategies of Crossing the Borders between Cloister Communities and Adjacent Parishes through Inventiones and the Following Cult [Paper No: 120-a]
Tales and Images of Abbey Foundations in Chronicles of the Anglo-Norman Realm: Material Transfers and Spiritual Communion between Grandees and Cloistered Men and Women [Paper No: 1318-b]
Talking Heresy: Illicit Speech and the Transmission of Religious Messages in the Trial Records of Kent Lollards, 1511-12 [Paper No: 1540-b]
The Bounds of Saints' Power: Where Miracles Happened in the Carolingian World [Paper No: 120-b]
The Materiality of Charity and Salvation in Late Medieval Douai [Paper No: 1531-c]
The North Adriatic Late Medieval Wooden Sculpture [Paper No: 631-a]
The Performative Value of Musicalised Prayer around 1500: Reflections about a Contrafactum on the Motet O Domine Iesu Christe Attributed to Antoine Brumel (Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Panciatichi 27) [Paper No: 829-b]
The Teaching Body: Corporeal Performance as Example in High and Late Medieval Lay Culture [Paper No: 230-b]
The Ugly Tourist in Travelers' Accounts of Jerusalem [Paper No: 626-b]
The World of La Queste del Saint Graal: Reality Between Symbolic Significance and Spiritual Interpretation [Paper No: 1204-a]
'To seo the leste blis of paradys': Religious Orders on the Border of the Divine [Paper No: 1030-c]
Tombs as Repositories of Memory: The Monument of Gillion de Trazegnies [Paper No: 1603-c]
Uniting Biblical Knowledge and Devotion in One Volume: A 14th-Century Manuscript from Hartmann Schedel's Library [Paper No: 1102-b]
Weaving Monumental Borders [Paper No: 611-b]
'Yeve credens to her': Credit and Credibility in The Book of Margery Kempe [Paper No: 1730-b]
'You've gone too far': Crossing Boundaries and Disapproving Witnesses in Medieval English Mortuary Accounts [Paper No: 1001-b]