A Distinctive Poetic Pastime: Versus recurrentes in the Circle of John Scottus Eriugena [Paper No: 1507-a]
A Landscape of the Past: Monastic Memory and the Vernacular Addition to the Book of Nunnaminster [Paper No: 728-a]
A Library of Libraries?: Hartmann Schedel and Felix Schmid Handling Knowledge [Paper No: 1102-a]
'A little handbook of chronology': Contexts and Purposes of De primo Saxonum aduentu [Paper No: 1008-b]
A Manuscript-Wide Debate: Compilation, Illumination, Rubrication, and Textual Interventions in Wien, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Cod. 2609 [Paper No: 1719-c]
A Scholar at Work: The Nicolaus Matz Library in Michelstadt [Paper No: 1002-a]
'Above Top Line' to 'Below Top Line' in Manuscripts from the German-Speaking Lands [Paper No: 803-b]
Adelhausen Sisterbook Unchained: A Textual History on Its Changing Borders [Paper No: 132-b]
Advancing Liturgy: Challenges and Issues of Digital Projects [Paper No: 1502-c]
An Array of Cousins: Locating 9th-Century Medical Manuscripts from Italy [Paper No: 1601-b]
An Even Heardra Nut to Crack: Using the Dictionary of Old English Corpus to Get Big Data for Old English Spelling Variation [Paper No: 606-c]
Anonymous Orthodoxy Added to Carolingian Psalters: The Case of the Te Deum [Paper No: 202-b]
Apophthegmata Patrum in 12th-Century France: Manuscript Traditions, Interpretations, and Significance [Paper No: 1331-a]
'Armed with tears and prayers': Clare of Assisi in the Franciscan Apocalypse [Paper No: 614-a]
Associative Ordering: Borders and Connections in Late Medieval Miscellanies [Paper No: 803-c]
Authority Implied: The Presence and Absence of Authorities in 'Minor' Canonical Collections [Paper No: 1143-c]
Between Text Boundaries and Quire Boundaries: Production of Old Norse Literature in the Early Modern Period [Paper No: 703-b]
Beyond Borders: Object-Oriented Cataloguing and the Influence of Peripheral Intellectual Ideas on the Carolingian Centre [Paper No: 1330-c]
Bishop Buckingham Goes to Town [Paper No: 704-a]
Blurring Boundaries of Time and Space: Resurrecting and Disseminating Cults in the West - Catalonia and Italy, 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1221-a]
Books and the Blurred Boundaries of Scholarly Heresy in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1228-b]
Border as Barrier: Reading the Conflict between Text and Paratext in Ivresse (La Vie des pères) [Paper No: 1037-c]
Borders and the Spaces Between: Recovering Two Palimpsested Maps [Paper No: 634-a]
Borders between Scribes: Re-Evaluating the Production of the Codex Scardensis [Paper No: 1211-d]
Bounded by the Page: Editing, Adding, and Expanding Late Medieval Financial Records [Paper No: 1211-a]
Building an Ever-Evolving Database: Byzantine Book Epigrams in Context [Paper No: 1502-b]
Building Dioceses' Borders through Legendary Bishops: Cartularies and Forgeries in the Castilian Kingdom, 9th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 836-a]
Byzantine Book Endowments and Their Commemorative Function [Paper No: 1002-c]
Changing Concepts of Authorship in 10th-Century Latin Europe: The Rebellious Rather of Verona [Paper No: 202-c]
Church Hymns in Slavic Liturgical Books: Text and Music across the Borders [Paper No: 1211-b]
Circular Authority: Author Collectives, Patrons, and the Notion of Publication [Paper No: 202-a]
Collecting Translated Hymns and Sequences for Prayer: The Case of the Sotheby Manuscript, Holland, 1460-1480 [Paper No: 729-a]
Connections, Exchanges, and Movements across the Borders between the French Midi, Iberian, and Italian Peninsulas: Bolognese and Iberian Presences in Southern French Illuminated Legal Manuscripts, 13th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 1111-a]
Contactos velados: fuentes griegas en un poema pseudo-isidoriano altomedieval (Exhortatio poenitendi) [Paper No: 1218-a]
Controversial Sanctity, Manuscript Issues: Revisiting the Book of Consolation of the Franciscan Abbess Juana de la Cruz, 1481-1534 [Paper No: 1228-c]
Copying Augustine across Borders: The Manuscript Transmission of His Treatises on Initiation, Marriage, and Penance in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 507-a]
Copying Mistakes or Mistaken Copyists: On the Interplay between Text and Diagrams in the Sefer ha-Mar'im [Paper No: 1324-b]
Credible Sources: Divining Fact from Fiction in the Older Scots Tale Cycle The Buke of the Sevyne Sagis [Paper No: 1018-a]
Cynewulf's Questioning of the Borders of Script and Orality in The Fates of the Apostles [Paper No: 806-d]
Damnatio memoriae in Early Medieval Canon Law Collections [Paper No: 1143-a]
Dance Scenes in the Manuscript Margins as a Humour Device [Paper No: 1012-a]
Different Scribal Hands in the Marginal Annotations of the Medieval Hebrew Bible Manuscripts [Paper No: 1124-a]
Digital Data of Scripts, 1210-1250: Medieval Networks of Memory [Paper No: 1716-a]
Drawing a (Legal) Line?: Papal and Episcopal Jurisdiction in the Later 12th Century [Paper No: 535-a]
Drawing Boundaries, Crossing Borders: Locomotion on Images of the Holy Land as a Way of Transmitting the Experience of Pilgrimage [Paper No: 734-c]
Editing the Anglo-Norman Aristocracy: The Challenges of Preparing an Edition of Aristocratic Acta [Paper No: 1701-a]
Editing the Leipzig Manuscript: Another View of Gertrude of Helfta and Her Circle [Paper No: 1504-b]
Editing the Register of Bishop John Buckingham (1363-1399): The Wills [Paper No: 704-b]
'Ek kemr, ek sér, ek vinnr': Norwegian Influence on Old Icelandic Verb Inflection [Paper No: 320-a]
English Dispute Maps, 16th-Early 17th Centuries [Paper No: 834-c]
Espaces sonores et régimes d’écoute: figurer les sons dans les psautiers et livres d’heures en Europe occidentale (XIIIe -XVe s.) [Paper No: 1718-c]
Establishing and Blurring Religious Boundaries in Le Devisement dou monde by Marco Polo [Paper No: 712-c]
Establishing and Categorising the Provenance of Liturgical Fragments: Case Studies from Marienberg and Tegernsee [Paper No: 503-b]
Evaluating Artificial Colourisation of Microfilms [Paper No: 603-a]
Excerpta de Plinio el Viejo en el ámbito hispánico medieval [Paper No: 1218-d]
Exploring Isalde's Space: Gender Boundaries in Eilhart's Tristrant [Paper No: 632-b]
'For God's love, beware by me': The Power of Macabre Art in Late Medieval Northern Europe [Paper No: 231-b]
Formal Borderlands in Charles d'Orléans' Fortunes Stabilnes [Paper No: 1719-b]
Framing the Rule: Manuscript Contexts and Expectations towards a Written Guideline [Paper No: 740-a]
Freising and the Slavs under Bishop Abraham: Possible Literary Witnesses of the Freising Mission in Carantania Found in Present Day Carinthia [Paper No: 1601-c]
French Dispute Maps, 14th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 834-a]
From a Manual for Slow Reading to the Reference Text: A Diachronic Analysis of the Circulation of Breviloquium de virtutibus [Paper No: 506-b]
From Analogue to Digital and Beyond: Some Reflections on the Present and Future of the PASSIM Research Environment [Paper No: 1502-a]
From Caesarius of Arles to Alanus of Farfa: The Dynamic Reception of Patristic Preaching in 6th- and 7th-Century Sermon Collections [Paper No: 507-c]
From France and Bologna to Naples: Illuminated Legal Manuscripts in the Angevin Kingdom [Paper No: 1111-b]
From Image to Sound: Interpreting the Unknown in the Making of Medieval Musical Instruments [Paper No: 1618-a]
From Localisation to Chronological and Geographical Prediction [Paper No: 506-c]
From Monastic to Parochial Schools, North and South of the Miño: Notes on Rural Scribes in the 12th-Century Northwest [Paper No: 1338-c]
From Parchment to Screen: Editing Juridical Medieval and Modern Records in Fribourg, Switzerland [Paper No: 1701-c]
From Rome to Christendom: The Circulation of Ad incorrupta pontificum nomina conservanda throughout Medieval Europe [Paper No: 640-c]
From Tournai to Trondheim: Flemish Saints in Danish and Norwegian Manuscripts [Paper No: 1129-c]
From Wildness to Domestication: An Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Horse-Training as a Transition from Feral Beast to Ideal Destrier in the French Translations of Jordanus Rufus' De medicina equorum, 13th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 520-b]
Furness Abbey in the 14th-Century: Border Warfare and Plague [Paper No: 128-a]
Garments of Strangers and Strange Garments: Truth and Fantasy in Testard's Eastern Clothes [Paper No: 811-c]
Genizah Margins: Reevaluating the Meaning of a Medieval Jewish Textual Art [Paper No: 1324-a]
Great Expectations: 10th-Century Priests and the Admonitio Synodalis [Paper No: 126-b]
Handling Birds, Handling Quills: Animal Husbandry and Scribal Practice [Paper No: 108-a]
Heigh-Ho!: Mining Catalogues for Traces of Medieval Romance Manuscripts [Paper No: 102-a]
Hoccleve and Humour?: 15th-Century Manuscript Transmission of The Regiment of Princes [Paper No: 1012-c]
Holiday Anxiety: Grisly Imagery in Late Medieval Haggadot [Paper No: 702-b]
How to Measure Authority?: The Reception of Amalarius' Liber Officialis in Medieval Manuscripts [Paper No: 302-a]
How Visual Information Builds and / or Breaks Manuscript Borders in the Wellcome Apocalypse (London, Wellcome Library MS 49) [Paper No: 1311-d]
'I know not the man': Despair in the Prayer Book of Bonne of Luxembourg [Paper No: 702-a]
Import-Export: The Multiple Border Crossings of Anastasius Bibliothecarius [Paper No: 1221-b]
In the Scrubs of CCM (Corpus Consuetudinum Monasticarum) 1: The Rule of Benedict and Carolingian Monastic Reform [Paper No: 740-b]
Insight into the Use of London-Produced Liturgical Books in Medieval Sweden from 'Reverse Engineering' 16th-Century Manuscript Recycling [Paper No: 804-c]
Interacting with the Divine: Prayers in the Prayerbooks from the Cistercian Convent of Medingen [Paper No: 629-c]
Interflores, or Merton's Meandering Manuscripts [Paper No: 728-b]
Johannes Tröster and His Book Donation to the University of Ingolstadt: An Analysis from the Perspective of Endowment Studies [Paper No: 1002-b]
København, Kongelige Bibliotek, G.K.S. 1595: An Ideological Gift from Archbishop Wulfstan of York to Bishop Gerbrand of Roskilde and Its Context within the Reign of Cnut [Paper No: 1537-a]
Las fronteras de género en las colecciones de exempla medievales: el ejemplario del ms. 529 de la Biblioteca Pública del Estado en Palma de Mallorca [Paper No: 1218-b]
Law and Liturgy after the Investiture Contest: Episcopal Responsibilities in Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Clm 3909 [Paper No: 204-b]
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]
Los límites del texto: Quintiliano en florilegios latinos medievales conservados en España [Paper No: 1218-c]
Los Manrique, prelados de frontera: promotores de productos escritos normativos en el sur de Castilla [Paper No: 836-c]
Manuscript Fulda, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Aa 9: The Break-Up of the Formal Limits of Augustine's De ciuitate Dei in the Carolingian Period [Paper No: 607-c]
Manuscript to Print to Manuscript: Remaking Medical Knowledge across Temporal, Linguistic, and Material Boundaries [Paper No: 831-a]
Manuscripts and the 'Long Middle Ages': Mining Sale Catalogues of the 19th Century [Paper No: 102-b]
Mappings at the High Court of Burgundy: Dispute Maps and the Great Council of Mechelen, 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 834-b]
Marginalia and Gender in Hebrew Manuscript Illumination [Paper No: 1324-c]
Marginalising Core Texts: 'Moving' Borders between Textual Layers in Byzantine Lexicographic Manuscripts [Paper No: 1711-b]
Marking Divisions and Making Connections in 13th-Century Breviaries [Paper No: 1211-c]
Measure for Measure: Comparing Psalm Versions in Medieval English Books of Hours [Paper No: 729-b]
MECZ: A Database of Medieval Czech Sources in Translation [Paper No: 506-a]
Memories of the Medieval: The Curiosities of Edward Barlow's Maritime World [Paper No: 614-c]
Middle English Creeds after John Wyclif: The Multivalence of Their Manuscript Context [Paper No: 619-b]
Misinterpreting the Margins?: Reconsidering Marginal Comments in the Only Witness for De Expugnatione Lyxbonensi [Paper No: 1523-b]
Missals for Parish Churches: The Case of the Late Medieval Diocese of Turku [Paper No: 804-a]
Modelling the Historical Manuscript: Theory and Practice [Paper No: 703-c]
Monstrosity and Alterity: Distant Countries and Monsters in Medieval Icelandic and Continental Literature [Paper No: 1122-a]
Multiple Spatialisations in the Historia Roderici and the Chronica naierensis [Paper No: 1311-a]
Multispectral Imaging of a Medieval Runic Manuscript (København, Den Arnamagnæanske Samling, AM 28 8vo) [Paper No: 603-b]
Negotiating Temporal Boundaries: A Compendium from the Penitents of St Mary Magdalene [Paper No: 132-a]
New Leaves for Old Lacunae: Patching the Histories of Gregory of Tours [Paper No: 703-a]
New Perspectives on the Study of Portuguese Cistercian Nunneries: The Holistic Approach Followed by the LORVAO Project for the Study of Two Early 16th-Century Illuminated Manuscripts [Paper No: 240-c]
Offsets, Binding Holes, and Squares of White Tape: Material Evidence on the Leaves of the Beauvais Missal [Paper No: 503-a]
On the Threshold of the Accursed City: Babylon as a Visual Border in the Late Castilian Beatus Commentaries [Paper No: 1530-a]
On the Verge of Vulgarity: The Iconography of the Rose in the Roman de la Rose [Paper No: 201-c]
One Music Scribe, Multiple Writing Initiatives: Differentiating Layers of Writing in Late Medieval Music Manuscripts [Paper No: 1711-a]
Ornamental Borders, Imperial Afterlives [Paper No: 1533-a]
Pages of Prayer: The Ecosystem of Vernacular Prayer Books in the Late Medieval Low Countries, c. 1380-1550 [Paper No: 829-a]
Peace Talks between the Hungarians (Later Habsburgs) and the Ottomans: Milestones of the Peace Treaties and Borderline Changes since the Middle Ages until the Early 17th Century [Paper No: 1320-c]
Per lancia rotta bonissima: Investigating Scoring and Targets in 15th-Century Italian Jousts [Paper No: 842-b]
Pictorial Glosses: The Fight Books of Paulus Kal and Hans Talhofer in Context [Paper No: 742-b]
'Picturam quere fol. 4': Paratext and Hypertext in the Margins of a Late Medieval German Multi-Text Manuscript [Paper No: 1611-c]
Points of Law: Pricking in Statuta Angliae Manuscripts [Paper No: 803-a]
Political, Artistic, and Existential Borders in the Hours of Thomas Butler [Paper No: 1311-c]
Queer Exile: Orienting John the Evangelist in the Illustrated English Apocalypse [Paper No: 139-a]
Reception and Political Use of the Hrafnista Cycle in the Kalmar Union [Paper No: 1122-b]
Recycling and Upcycling Culture in the Middle Ages: Hidden Collections in the Bindings of Codices [Paper No: 503-c]
Reinforcing Boundaries between Clergy and Laity: Church Discipline in the Cathedral Chapter and Diocese of Burgos, 13th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 836-b]
Re-Manifesting Miniatures: Data-Driven Storytelling and the Historiated Initial [Paper No: 603-c]
Revealing More than Text: New Insights to Imaging Techniques for the Classification of Ink Types in Medieval Manuscripts [Paper No: 1511-b]
Romualdo Guarna and Universal Chronicle Writing in Norman Southern Italy [Paper No: 708-c]
Rules of Enfeoffment: Parish Landholding in Medieval York [Paper No: 1340-b]
Sacred or Scandalous?: How to Approach Depictions of Genitals in Medieval Art [Paper No: 301-b]
Sacred Sound, Sacred Space: In Search of Lost Sound via Virtual Acoustic-Visual Reconstruction of Sacred Spaces of the Middle Ages [Paper No: 1618-b]
Salve nox auriflua: Personifications in the Prayerbooks from the Cistercian Convent of Medingen [Paper No: 829-c]
Scholarly Society as Data-Publishing and Data-Sustaining Communities: Building and Sustaining the Scholastic Commentaries and Texts Archive (SCTA) [Paper No: 1702-c]
Scribe C: Rewriting the Beowulf Manuscript with the Guidance of Scribes A & B [Paper No: 108-b]
Sermo castigatorius Sancti Augustini: Imagining (Pseudo-) Augustine in Early Medieval Collections [Paper No: 507-b]
Shifting Allegiances and Dynastic Struggles in 16th-Century Hungary [Paper No: 1320-b]
'Sicut Sofonias protulit': Biblical Authority in Medieval Prognostic Texts [Paper No: 103-b]
Singing with Authority: Liturgical Booklets and Visions of Authority in the 10th Century [Paper No: 1604-c]
Six-and-a-Half-Metres of Knowledge: The Mülinen Rotulus [Paper No: 103-c]
Skin to Skin: Biocodicological Analysis of a Medieval Birthing Girdle [Paper No: 616-a]
Space and Boundaries in an Illuminated Manuscript of the Heavenly Ladder (Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. gr. 394) [Paper No: 812-c]
Spatialising Difference on the Borders of Medieval World Maps [Paper No: 734-a]
Stemmas Posit Lost Manuscripts: How Can We Harness This Method? - Icelandic Romances as a Case Study [Paper No: 102-c]
Stitching the Fish: On the Track of Damaged Marginalia on Oppian's Halieutica - The Case of Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana MS Plut. 57.26 [Paper No: 1611-a]
Stones, Saints, and Secrets: The Rebranding of Medieval Lapidary Knowledge for Early Modern Audiences [Paper No: 831-c]
Susanna and the Elders: A Case of Liminal Canonicity [Paper No: 624-c]
Sustaining Archetype: Some Reflections on the Future of a Twenty-Year Past [Paper No: 1602-b]
Taming Giants: The Editing and Publication of Some 14th-Century Episcopal Registers [Paper No: 704-c]
TEI, Github, Zenodo, IIIF, Heurist, Docker: Looking back on Data Management, Tools, and Processes in the Funded Projects Oriflamms, Ecmen, Fama, Himanis, Horae, and Home [Paper No: 1602-a]
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 Almond-Shaped Frame of the Genoese World Map: Between Ptolemaic Projection and God's Transcendence [Paper No: 634-c]
The Armchair Time Traveler: Crossing Chronological Boundaries in Matthew Paris' Pictorial Hagiography (Dublin, Trinity College MS 177) [Paper No: 512-a]
The Body of Christ as a Sacrifice to Pagan Gods?: Mattathias Killing of a Jew in a Dutch Bible Historiale of the 15th Century [Paper No: 301-a]
The Borders of the Holy Land as Represented on a Medieval Hebrew Map [Paper No: 734-b]
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 Dark Mark: Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Hébreu 20 and the Borders of Bible Illumination [Paper No: 1124-b]
The Dissenting þættir of Hulda-Hrokkinskinna and the Post-1264 Redaction of the Sagas of Kings [Paper No: 638-a]
The Dissolution of an Author, the Evaporation of a Text [Paper No: 302-b]
The Ever-Growing Margin: The Gradual Rise of Commentaries in Middle Eastern Manuscripts and Scholarship [Paper No: 1711-c]
The Florilegium of the Leipzig Manuscript: A Brief Introduction and Hermeneutic Approach to Its Main Issues [Paper No: 1504-c]
The Formulae imperiales and Social Justice during the Reign of Louis the Pious [Paper No: 307-a]
The Genesis of Colour: Notes on the Use of Colours in MS Junius 11 Art [Paper No: 712-a]
The Greek Manuscript (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, gr. 3032) and the Study of Rhetoric in Byzantine Southern Italy [Paper No: 1601-a]
The Hereford Map: Bordering on 'Obscurity and Oblivion' [Paper No: 634-b]
The Illuminated Psalter from Trzebnica (Wrocław, University Library, IF 440) at the Turning Point between the Time of Monks and the Era of Elites [Paper No: 612-b]
The Index of Middle English Prose (IMEP): Creating a Digital Catalogue for Cotton Manuscripts [Paper No: 1310-c]
The Influence of Nicholas of Lyra on the First Czech Bible Translation [Paper No: 839-b]
The Inks of Der Welsche Gast: Non-Invasive Analysis by XRF Spectroscopy and nIR Microscopy [Paper No: 1511-c]
The Irish Pipe Roll of 14 John, 1212: Reconstructing Medieval Administration Through Antiquarian Transcriptions [Paper No: 1701-b]
The Kolmarer Liederhandschrift and the Speyerer Kompendium: Two 15th-Century German One-Volume Libraries in One Library? [Paper No: 1102-c]
The Migration of a Medieval Narrative across Three (or More) Language Barriers [Paper No: 1118-c]
The Permeability of Textual Borders in Manuscripts of Crusade Letters [Paper No: 1523-a]
The Power of Segmentation: A Spelling Database Created from the Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English [Paper No: 606-b]
The Reception of Carolingian Texts for Priests in 11th-Century Manuscripts [Paper No: 126-c]
The Reception of Printed Surgical Texts in Early Modern German Manuscript Collections [Paper No: 831-b]
The Suggestive Power of Transmission, or: How a Scribe, a Printer, and a Duchess Invented Johannes Tauler in the 15th Century [Paper No: 229-b]
The Third Crusade and the Rewriting of History in Medieval England [Paper No: 1523-c]
The Treaty of Alcáçovas-Toledo and the Creation of an Atlantic Border, 1479 [Paper No: 124-b]
The Twelve Apostles as a Group in Medieval Iceland: A Study of the Codex Scardensis and Its Sources [Paper No: 1129-d]
The Use of Wild Animal Skins to Cover Manuscripts in the Middle Ages: What Biomolecular Analysis Can Tell Us [Paper No: 616-b]
Throwing the Story into the Ring: How Perugia, Biblioteca Augusta Comunale MS 1046 Introduces the Stories in Compilatio Assisiensis into the Franciscan Debate [Paper No: 1311-b]
'Toute enclose': Garden Walls and the Limits of Art [Paper No: 1037-b]
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]
Understanding Intellectual Connections in Norman Sicily: A Network from Fragments? [Paper No: 1507-c]
Uniting Biblical Knowledge and Devotion in One Volume: A 14th-Century Manuscript from Hartmann Schedel's Library [Paper No: 1102-b]
Vernacular Translation in the Margins [Paper No: 1124-c]
Virtual Reality and the Cartographic Imagination [Paper No: 1238-c]
Visualising Jus bellum justum: Contextualising the Pro-Reform Exegesis of the Matilda Gospels (New York, The Morgan Library and Museum, MS M492) [Paper No: 712-b]
Wandering Gold, Whirling Discs from Sinai: On the Transfer of an Art Technique [Paper No: 613-b]
What Borders Can Reveal about the Use of Psalter Manuscripts and the Limits of Their Usability [Paper No: 1611-b]
When Is a Sword Not a Sword?: Spada-Azzas of the 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 742-c]
'Where else but in Bologna?': Artistic Exchanges and Tensions in the Early Italian Illuminated Manuscripts of the Decretum Gratiani [Paper No: 1111-c]
'Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?': The Disposal of Ecclesiastical Corpses in the Old French Fabliaux [Paper No: 718-a]
Winchester, 1086: Managing the Work of the Domesday Scribes [Paper No: 1240-c]
With a Little Help from Digital Humanities: Researching Medieval Glossed Corpora in the 21st Century [Paper No: 1310-a]
Writing across the Miño: (Re-)Assessing Writing Practices in Galicia and Portugal before 1200 [Paper No: 1338-b]
Writing and Re-Writing as a Way to 'Perform' a Spiritual Text: The Case of the Legatus Divinae Pietatis in the Leipzig Manuscript [Paper No: 1504-a]