A Library of Libraries?: Hartmann Schedel and Felix Schmid Handling Knowledge [Paper No: 1102-a]
An Array of Cousins: Locating 9th-Century Medical Manuscripts from Italy [Paper No: 1601-b]
Boundaries between Age, Health, Ability, and Work: Aging in Medieval England [Paper No: 1205-a]
Christian Incubation and Cognitive Science of Religion: Possibilities and Problems [Paper No: 1616-a]
Comparing Intestinal Parasites in Augustinian Friars and the General Population of Medieval Cambridge [Paper No: 516-b]
Dante's City: Unjust Exile and Disabled Life beyond the Border [Paper No: 1005-a]
Dental Calculus as a Proxy for Oral Health in Medieval Danes [Paper No: 716-c]
Drawing the Borders of Crip Time in Women's Monastic Life, c. 1200-1300 [Paper No: 1205-b]
'Drunkenness is the very sepulchre of human judgement': Intoxication and the Permeable Borders of Mind and Body in The Canterbury Tales [Paper No: 1119-a]
Eastern Infirmity and Unholy Suffering: Genealogy and Faith as Disability / The Borders of Ability and Disability [Paper No: 1105-b]
Folkloric Reading of the Presence of the Occult in Byzantine Incubation Literature: The Case of London, British Library, Addenda, 37534 [Paper No: 630-a]
Ginseng for the Qa'an: Human and Material Mobilities in Competing Conceptualizations of the Yuan-Koryo Border [Paper No: 1115-b]
Health and Healing Remedies in Medieval Leprosaria: The Contribution of Dental Calculus Analysis [Paper No: 716-b]
'Her comforte and consolacyoun': Pain Management and Devotion in Childbirth in Late Medieval England [Paper No: 1732-b]
Hybridity and Maternity in Medieval French Literature [Paper No: 1532-a]
Ill Health as a Space of Communication between Man and God in Ancient Rus' [Paper No: 1005-c]
Manuscript to Print to Manuscript: Remaking Medical Knowledge across Temporal, Linguistic, and Material Boundaries [Paper No: 831-a]
Nettles and Networks: New Ways to Tackle Wound Infections [Paper No: 108-c]
Pain and Pleasure as Border Experiences [Paper No: 1237-c]
Parasites in Medieval Europe: Archaeology and Texts [Paper No: 516-a]
Parasites in the Low Countries in the Medieval Period [Paper No: 516-c]
Performative Structures: Meta-Architecture in Italian Painting [Paper No: 212-b]
Pneuma: The Borders of Definition [Paper No: 1237-b]
Potion Craft: Between Occult Dark Master and Noble Artisan [Paper No: 633-d]
Pregnancy and Knowledge in the Old English Medical Tradition [Paper No: 1732-a]
Purification without Impurity: Postpartum Christian Rituals in Late Medieval Iberia [Paper No: 1724-b]
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]
Stones, Saints, and Secrets: The Rebranding of Medieval Lapidary Knowledge for Early Modern Audiences [Paper No: 831-c]
Talking Genitalia in the Old English Riddles: Sex, Gender Roles, and Polysemic Solutions [Paper No: 532-b]
The Borders of Disability and Ability, Ill Health and Health in Medieval Poland [Paper No: 1005-b]
The Circulation and Integration of Medical Knowledge across Borders: The Old Norse Materia medica [Paper No: 815-d]
The Elephant and the Chicken: Exoticism and Domesticity in Late Medieval Italian Medicine [Paper No: 1506-b]
The Exotic European Spice: The Life of Saffron in Medieval Europe [Paper No: 117-c]
The Reception of Printed Surgical Texts in Early Modern German Manuscript Collections [Paper No: 831-b]
Transcending Bodily Borders: Hildegard of Bingen's Understanding of Women and the Womb [Paper No: 1738-a]
Translating for a Woman: John of Seville, the Secretum Secretorum, and the 'Queen of the Spains' [Paper No: 636-a]
Using Digital Tools to Explore Women's Networks in 14th-Century Provence [Paper No: 1636-a]