A Newly Discovered Bi-Apsidal Church: A Witness of the Carolingian Presence on the Island of Rab (Croatia)? [Paper No: 1227-a]
A Saint for Scholars: Devotion to St Nicholas at the Late Medieval University of Paris [Paper No: 1131-c]
Advancing Liturgy: Challenges and Issues of Digital Projects [Paper No: 1502-c]
Anonymous Orthodoxy Added to Carolingian Psalters: The Case of the Te Deum [Paper No: 202-b]
Apocalypse Painting as Ecclesiastic and Liminal Borders in Two 11th-Century Poitevin Churches [Paper No: 1712-c]
Aural Taxis: Sound and Hierarchy in Byzantine Ceremonies, 9th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 1718-b]
Beautiful Settings for Shady Purifications: On the Flexible Borders of Purification in Medieval Ashkenaz [Paper No: 1624-d]
Being a Bishop at the Edges of Latin Christianity: Liturgy and War in the Unknown High Medieval Pontifical from Wrocław [Paper No: 204-a]
Best Mom Ever: Defining the Maternal Sanctity of St Anne in High Medieval Liturgy [Paper No: 1632-b]
Christian Storytelling in a Silk Road Oasis as Seen through the 9th- to 13th-Century Turfan Manuscripts [Paper No: 1629-c]
Collecting Translated Hymns and Sequences for Prayer: The Case of the Sotheby Manuscript, Holland, 1460-1480 [Paper No: 729-a]
Cultural Hybridity in the Cordoban Calendar at the Border between Christian, Arabic, and Jewish Traditions [Paper No: 1604-b]
Double Liturgies: The Case of the Order of the Birgittines [Paper No: 1628-c]
Female Religious Power in Priestly Garments: Gender, Religion, and Material Culture in Lorvão at the time of Catarina d'Eça, 1471-1521 [Paper No: 240-d]
Female Travelers' Agency and Diverse Practices in Late Antiquity: A Critique of the Turners' Model of Pilgrimage [Paper No: 1606-d]
Form and Function of the First Printed Czech Psalter (1487) [Paper No: 529-a]
From the Caucasus to Mount Athos: Language Barriers in Iviron Monastery [Paper No: 840-a]
Hearing the Border: Secular Music and Devotional Practices in 15th-Century Courts [Paper No: 1512-c]
Law and Liturgy after the Investiture Contest: Episcopal Responsibilities in Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Clm 3909 [Paper No: 204-b]
Looking to the Other Side: New Strategies in 14th-Century Danish Wall-Paintings [Paper No: 135-c]
Marian Devotion in Aveiro: Words, Music, and Images, 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 240-b]
Mariological Themes in Cusanus' Brixen Sermons [Paper No: 1739-a]
Marking Boundaries: The Case of the 'Jacobites' in Jerusalem in the 12th-13th Century [Paper No: 1023-a]
Medieval English Time Travel [Paper No: 1019-d]
Meta-Paintings and Their Viewers: Performing Devotion through Time and Space [Paper No: 312-b]
Micro-Architectures and Micro-Landscapes in the Post-Byzantine World: Function, Meaning, and Symbolic Implications [Paper No: 212-c]
Missals for Parish Churches: The Case of the Late Medieval Diocese of Turku [Paper No: 804-a]
Negotiating Temporal Boundaries: A Compendium from the Penitents of St Mary Magdalene [Paper No: 132-a]
Patristics and the (Interdisciplinary) Study of Emotion [Paper No: 1616-b]
Political Phasmophobia: Anxiety and the Appearance of Ghosts in Medieval Chronicles [Paper No: 1731-c]
Power and Politics: The Crozier in 10th- and 11th-Century England [Paper No: 1537-c]
Proxemic Signs within the Celebration of the Eucharist as Prescribed within Late Medieval Libri Ordinarii from the Low Countries [Paper No: 539-a]
Re-Writing Locality in the 15th-Century Liturgical Offices of St Winefride [Paper No: 1529-c]
Sacred Space in Medieval Theory and Practice: The English Episcopal Registers [Paper No: 1229-a]
Singing with Authority: Liturgical Booklets and Visions of Authority in the 10th Century [Paper No: 1604-c]
Space and Spiritual Presence at Sainte Croix-Poitiers [Paper No: 216-b]
Substitute Pilgrimage?: Translocation of Saints and Renegotiation of Sacred Space in Crusader Acre [Paper No: 1629-b]
The Crossing of the Red Sea Sarcophagi: Moses, Death, and Intercession [Paper No: 1531-b]
The Cult and Hagiography of St Ambrose of Milan in Medieval Iceland [Paper No: 1029-b]
The Liminal Music Space of Chant: Augustine and the Loss of Boundaries [Paper No: 1026-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 Subjects of Misericordia as the Borders on the Rhineland in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 514-b]
They Did Not Get Away with Murder in the Church: The 'Erembalds' and the Assassination of Charles the Good of Flanders, 1127 [Paper No: 604-b]
Tracing the Border of Authority: Paul the Deacon's Homiliary and the Performance of Orthodoxy [Paper No: 1604-a]
Two Anglo-Norman Translations of the Hours of the Virgin [Paper No: 1501-c]
Under the Floorboards: Fragments from Parish Churches in Norway [Paper No: 804-b]
What Borders Can Reveal about the Use of Psalter Manuscripts and the Limits of Their Usability [Paper No: 1611-b]
When One Door Closes: Addressing Attitudes towards Liturgical Borders in 14th-Century Denmark [Paper No: 135-b]