'[He] sægde him to sorge þæt hy sige-lease / þone grenan wong ofgiefan sceoldan': The Porous Borders of Affect, Race, and Sovereignty in Guthlac A / B and Exeter Riddle 10 [Paper No: 806-b]
A Distinctive Poetic Pastime: Versus recurrentes in the Circle of John Scottus Eriugena [Paper No: 1507-a]
A Permanent Wound: Blackness, Fatherlessness, and Lost Inheritances in Moriaen, c. 1050-1350 [Paper No: 337-b]
A Tale of Two Homilies: The Danish Conquest of England (1016) within the Wider Framework of Apocalypse and Reform in the Oeuvre of Wulfstan of York (d. 1023) [Paper No: 827-b]
A Witchcraft Triangle: Transmitting Ideas of Witchcraft across Borders in Europe [Paper No: 335-c]
Alive or Dead?: Wooden Effigies in Funeral Processions [Paper No: 631-c]
Along the Border: Marginalia and Trans-Textuality in Jehan Drouyn's Nef des fols, 1499 [Paper No: 819-c]
Anglo-Saxon Perceptions and Representations of Europe [Paper No: 1222-a]
Beastly Borders: Animals and the Construction of 'Barbarians' in 12th-Century Latin Texts [Paper No: 217-b]
Behind Lady Justice's Book and Sword: Emotion(s) in the Scene of Law [Paper No: 702-c]
Belisarius on the Persian Front: A Peaceful General? [Paper No: 525-a]
Beowulf and Emotional Practice [Paper No: 203-a]
Bordering the Infinite: The Columns of Hercules in Medieval Maps [Paper No: 830-a]
Borders, Breaches, and Biased Admirers: Facing Ottoman Expansion in the 15th-Century Aegean Sea [Paper No: 827-c]
Boundaries of Sainthood: Regional Cults and Veneration of Saints in Early Medieval Bavaria [Paper No: 1126-a]
Brocades and Furs, Artisans and Architects: Crossing Cultural Borders between Milan, Moscow, and Buda, 1466-1499 [Paper No: 1512-b]
Burnt to Nothing in the Unity of Love: Deification in Ruusbroec's Sparking Stone [Paper No: 129-b]
Christian Pilgrims to Jerusalem and Their Perception of Muslims in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 526-b]
Cohabiting with Vikings: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human-Animal Social Spaces and Perceptions of Different Species in the Viking Age [Paper No: 1505-a]
Conflicts of Loyalty in 11th- and 12th-Century Britain [Paper No: 805-a]
Contested Futures: Prophecy and the Border-Dispute between Fate and Politics in the Middle High German 'Alexander' Romances [Paper No: 1027-a]
Crossing Geographical and Linguistic Borders: Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff and Its Nuremberg Edition by Peter Wagner, 1494 [Paper No: 819-b]
Crossing Intellectual Borders between Krakow and Italy in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1515-c]
Crossing the Borders of Negotiation: Diplomatic Travel between Portugal and Aragon, 1300-1304 [Paper No: 726-b]
Crossing the Line: Boundaries of Acceptable and Unacceptable Imperial Behaviour in 14th-Century Byzantium [Paper No: 713-c]
Delineating Boundaries: Gendering Intersex People in a Medieval Islamic Context [Paper No: 232-b]
Die Another Day: Sir Gawain and the Instability of Death [Paper No: 331-a]
Diplomatic Travel as a Decisive Instrument for Legitimising and Affirming the Second Portuguese Royal Dynasty (Avis): The Model Case of the Journey of the Count of Ourem to the Council of Basel [Paper No: 726-a]
Disabled Old Women against Romance: The Depictions of 'La Vieille', Frontier of Love in Le roman de la Rose [Paper No: 1105-a]
Disruption of the Olavian Cult through Spatial Changes across Borders [Paper No: 1329-c]
Dog Kennels, Cowsheds, and Pigsties: Pollution of Sacred Sites as an Argument for Monastic Reform in the 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1329-a]
'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]
Einhard's Vita Karoli magni and the Morals of Conquest [Paper No: 827-a]
Enigma, Audience, Locale: 'The Ruin' as a Riddle [Paper No: 310-b]
Environmental Control and the Self in Early English Homiletic Literature [Paper No: 117-a]
Establishing and Blurring Religious Boundaries in Le Devisement dou monde by Marco Polo [Paper No: 712-c]
Excavating Linguistic Patterns from Semantically Tagged Data: A Case Study of the Human Remains Digital Library [Paper No: 1001-a]
Fish Sentience in Medieval Sources [Paper No: 217-c]
Flight and Punishment: Unfree Resistance in 11th-Century French Hagiography [Paper No: 837-c]
From Jaffa through the Gate of Jerusalem, 1350-1575: Practical Travel Advice for Time-Traveling Globetrotters and Pilgrims [Paper No: 626-a]
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]
Hearing and Writing: Hebrew Words in Christian Notarial Practice - Catalonia and Roussillon, 14th Century [Paper No: 1518-c]
Hello from the Other Side: Relations of Body and Soul while Dying in High Medieval Otherworld Stories [Paper No: 131-b]
Heresy or Devotion?: Discerning One from the Other amongst the Beguins of Languedoc and Catalunya [Paper No: 1328-b]
Heroes, Knights, and Religion: The Conflict of Action and Ethics in the Middle High German Nibelungenlied [Paper No: 841-b]
His Final (?) Resting Place: Early Furta sacra from Gregory of Tours [Paper No: 1230-c]
Horse Lords of the Eurasian Steppe: Comparison of Latin, Greek, and Chinese Accounts of Steppe Peoples, 4th-9th Centuries [Paper No: 601-c]
'I leave behind my virtue': Death and Remembrance in Castilian Border Wars [Paper No: 1327-b]
Ideas, Roles, and Spaces of Intimacy in Conjugal Relationships in the Time of Louis the Pious, 814-840 [Paper No: 1017-c]
Ill Health as a Space of Communication between Man and God in Ancient Rus' [Paper No: 1005-c]
Imaginary Borders on the Periphery of Christianity: From Rus' Pilgrims to Muslim and Jewish Travellers in the Holy Land, 13th-14th Centuries [Paper No: 715-b]
In Search of the Mind in the Old English Hierdeboc [Paper No: 1110-b]
It's All Fun and Games: Laughing at Newly Impaired and Newly Normative Bodies in Medieval France [Paper No: 1105-c]
Judicial Appeal and the Negotiation of Political Boundaries in Aquitaine [Paper No: 1016-b]
'Just War', Slavery, and Sexual Ethics in the Late Medieval French Mediterranean [Paper No: 1136-a]
Levels of Otherness: War and Peace with Muslims in the Poema de mio Cid [Paper No: 1115-c]
Literary and Spatial Topoi: Distortions of Truth in Relation to Sacred Space [Paper No: 504-b]
Meco del Sacco and 'Free Spirit' Beliefs [Paper No: 1328-a]
Medieval English Time Travel [Paper No: 1019-d]
Medieval Switzerland: Developing Borders of a Multicultural Polity [Paper No: 615-b]
Memory Transmission in Tundal's Vision [Paper No: 1709-a]
Navigating the Boundaries of Exhumed Bodies: The Human Remains Project [Paper No: 1001-c]
Negotiating Ethnicity and Religion in a 9th-Century Borderland: Pelayo in the Asturian Chronicles [Paper No: 1535-a]
New Wine in Old Wineskins?: Applying the Method of Constellation Analysis to Intellectual Networks in Early Scholasticism [Paper No: 1507-b]
Pentecost and the Language of Thought in Early Irish and Early English Traditions [Paper No: 207-b]
People, Kin, or King?: Mercian Loyalties in the Early 10th Century [Paper No: 705-a]
Righteous Indignation: Beowulf's Anger Reconsidered [Paper No: 203-c]
Rings of Emotion: Exploring the Emotional Lives of Medieval Objects [Paper No: 1302-b]
Runcofa and the Inner Temple in Alfred's Metres of Boethius [Paper No: 1110-c]
Sacred Space in Medieval Theory and Practice: The English Episcopal Registers [Paper No: 1229-a]
Saints and Spiders: Webs of Significance [Paper No: 107-a]
Shaping the Merovingian Past in Aimoin of Fleury's Historiae [Paper No: 731-b]
Sorcery Trials against the Arctic Sami: Cross-Border Legal Conflicts in the Nordic Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 235-c]
'Sounding Different' in Medieval Wales According to Its Poets [Paper No: 1518-b]
Steering the Ship of the Mind: The Significance and Influence of Metaphors for Controlling the Mind in the Alfredian Pastoral Care [Paper No: 1110-a]
Substance or Just Rhetoric?: Expressions of Crusading Ideology in the Norwegian and Swedish Expansion into Fennoscandia [Paper No: 335-a]
Talking about the Weather: Hauksbók, Eco-History, and Elite Identity in 14th-Century Iceland [Paper No: 538-c]
Teasing out the Fringes: Territory and Expansion in Late Medieval Portugal [Paper No: 726-c]
Temporary Loyalty?: Crusading Co-Operation in the Conquest of Lisbon, 1147 [Paper No: 805-b]
The Borders of Time: The Medieval Year and Social Cohesion [Paper No: 522-a]
The Case of Anna Pilemann: Was It Possible for a Woman to Cross the Invisible Limits in Medieval Gdańsk? [Paper No: 1715-b]
The 'Crossing Characters' in Narrative Sources: A Way to Speak about the Muslim World? [Paper No: 1305-c]
The Disputed Border between Bulgaria and the Latin Empire of Constantinople [Paper No: 727-c]
The Emotions of Killing in Gratian's Causa 23 [Paper No: 1117-b]
The Empress Ariadne, a Barbarian's Wife [Paper No: 221-c]
The Folly of Favouritism: Edward II and the Limits of Royal Power [Paper No: 1216-b]
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys?: Banditry in Albania Veneta in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1728-c]
The Imperial Theology of the Cult of the Mother of God in Byzantium, Hungary, and the Kyivan Rus' [Paper No: 1235-b]
The Last Border in Life: Episcopal Death in Ottonian Times [Paper No: 1514-b]
The Limits of Grammar: The Body as a Learning Aid in 15th-Century Treatises [Paper No: 1337-a]
The Mutilated Page: Authoritative Torture and Archival Fantasy in Late Latin Poetry [Paper No: 1109-a]
The One and the Many in Nicholas of Cusa's De visione Dei [Paper No: 1539-c]
The Place of the Domesday Inquest in the History of English Law [Paper No: 608-c]
The Praise of Hildoara: A Courtly or a Christian Visigothic Queen? [Paper No: 221-a]
The Surging of Water, the Surging of Feeling: The Mental Seascape in Beowulf [Paper No: 203-b]
The Switch of Two Kingdoms: An Historical Approach to the Galician-Portuguese Territorial Identity up to the 12th Century [Paper No: 1338-a]
The Third Time Was Not the Charm?: Philip Augustus, the Crusading Movement, and the Growth of Capetian Authority after the Third Crusade [Paper No: 238-a]
The Transmission of the Process of Reconquest in Spanish Textbooks [Paper No: 321-b]
The Ugly Tourist in Travelers' Accounts of Jerusalem [Paper No: 626-b]
The Wolf: A Warrior Symbol from Eastern to Western Europe [Paper No: 101-a]
Things Immaterial in the Early Medieval English Riddle Tradition [Paper No: 110-b]
Towards Embodied Mnemonics: Body and Cognition in Late Medieval Arts of Memory [Paper No: 1337-b]
Translating Language or Culture?: Some Examples from Central and Eastern Europe [Paper No: 1520-c]
Transmuting the Everyday: Coins as Ornament in the Viking Danelaw [Paper No: 611-c]
Trial by Combat in the Crown of Aragon in the 12th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 542-a]
Tyrannical Lawmaker versus Righteous Judge: Norms in the Struggle for the Ducal Throne of Kraków, 1177-1194 [Paper No: 1316-c]
Unbelievers, Heretics, and Atheists: Drawing Borders between the Terms [Paper No: 522-c]
Understanding Intellectual Connections in Norman Sicily: A Network from Fragments? [Paper No: 1507-c]
Was It Possible to Get Away with Murder in an Early Medieval Church? [Paper No: 604-a]
When Is a Border No Longer a Border?: The Changing Relations of the Exarchate of Ravenna with Its Neighbours in the Late 9th - Early 10th Centuries [Paper No: 1021-c]
'When is a pig not a pig? When it's a pig': Rethinking Animal Categorisation in Medieval Iceland and Scandinavia [Paper No: 1705-c]
Who Saved the City: Venice or Patron Saint? - Constructing the Venetian Image in North Adriatic Communities [Paper No: 631-b]
Wife or Slave: Married Women in the Ecclesiastical Court in the Light of Records of the Archbishops of Gniezno in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1715-a]
William Marshal's Conflicting Loyalties to the Realm, Family, and Followers [Paper No: 805-c]
Women, Families, and the Making of Loyalty in Time and Space: The Kin of Ealdorman Byrhtnoth [Paper No: 705-b]
Working as Archaeologists: A Didactic Proposal [Paper No: 321-c]
Wouldn't It Be Nice to Marry the Luxembourger Princess?: Creating or Breaking Down the Borders? [Paper No: 1606-c]