A Witchcraft Triangle: Transmitting Ideas of Witchcraft across Borders in Europe [Paper No: 335-c]
Baudouin II of Guînes: The Cultural Aspirations of an Illiterate Count in 12th-Century Flanders [Paper No: 1305-a]
Books in Books of Old English [Paper No: 303-b]
Christian Storytelling in a Silk Road Oasis as Seen through the 9th- to 13th-Century Turfan Manuscripts [Paper No: 1629-c]
Cynewulf's Questioning of the Borders of Script and Orality in The Fates of the Apostles [Paper No: 806-d]
Family Matters: Boniface and his Enigmatic Sisters [Paper No: 210-c]
Female Travelers' Agency and Diverse Practices in Late Antiquity: A Critique of the Turners' Model of Pilgrimage [Paper No: 1606-d]
From Monastic to Parochial Schools, North and South of the Miño: Notes on Rural Scribes in the 12th-Century Northwest [Paper No: 1338-c]
'Holtes on ende' ('At the edge of the woods'): The Wooden Codex in The Dream of the Rood [Paper No: 303-c]
How Old is Gøtudansk?: Early Evidence for Language Mixing on the Faroe Islands [Paper No: 220-a]
How to Talk to God: Johann Geiler von Kaysersberg's Sermons on the Lord's Prayer on the Boundary of Catechetical Dialogue, Pious Tutorial, and Homiletic Manual [Paper No: 639-c]
Imagining Pilgrimage in The Book of Margery Kempe [Paper No: 1638-b]
Interrogating the Liminal Space: Vampires and Werewolves in Middle-Earth [Paper No: 1641-b]
Languages in Contact at Hatra: A Textual and Archaeological Perspective [Paper No: 1720-c]
Light: The Key to Cross the Spatiotemporal Borders in J. R. R. Tolkien's Secondary World [Paper No: 1641-a]
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]
Many Paths across Pale Fields: Repetition and Discernment in Boniface's Enigmata [Paper No: 210-b]
Marvelling Curiosity in the Bern Riddles [Paper No: 310-a]
Ölvis Rímur sterka: Oral aspects of Rímur Transmission [Paper No: 1022-a]
Papyrus and Parchment as Cultural Borders in Europe and the Mediterranean, 8th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1221-d]
Performative Features and Styles in Medieval Rímur [Paper No: 1022-b]
Resolving a Boundary Conflict: Law, Social Practice, and Ethnic Difference [Paper No: 1727-b]
Skaldic Poetry across Borders [Paper No: 1534-b]
'Sounding Different' in Medieval Wales According to Its Poets [Paper No: 1518-b]
Speaking while Writing about God: Printed Sermons on the Boundary of Orality and Literacy [Paper No: 639-d]
The Borders of Identity in Matthew Paris [Paper No: 722-b]
The Greek-Syriac Linguistic Divide as a Literary Construct: Bridging Barriers and Teaching Piety [Paper No: 1720-a]
The Place of the Domesday Inquest in the History of English Law [Paper No: 608-c]
The Reception of Carolingian Texts for Priests in 11th-Century Manuscripts [Paper No: 126-c]
Thinking about Legal Community in Early Medieval England [Paper No: 535-b]
Time Travel, Astronomy, and Magic Mirrors: How the Borders between Reality and the Otherworld in Middle-Earth Are Influenced by Celtic Mythology and Science (Fiction) [Paper No: 1641-c]
Winchester, 1086: Managing the Work of the Domesday Scribes [Paper No: 1240-c]
Writing and Damnation: Inscribing Eternity in Early English Textual Culture [Paper No: 303-a]