(Re)Inventing a Political Landscape: Peoples, Kingdoms, and Carolingians in the Chronicle of Aduard, 15th Century [Paper No: 1722-c]
36 Chapters: The Lands of St Gall Revisited [Paper No: 1007-b]
A Confessor's Attempts to Control the Daily Life of Benedictine Nuns in Prague in the Early 15th Century [Paper No: 1003-c]
A Landscape of the Past: Monastic Memory and the Vernacular Addition to the Book of Nunnaminster [Paper No: 728-a]
A Metrology of the Medieval Yorkshire Landscape [Paper No: 140-b]
A Women's Issue?: Voluntary Reclusion in Medieval Portugal [Paper No: 1128-c]
An Age of Decline?: The Cistercians of Mid-Wales in the Later Medieval Period [Paper No: 627-d]
Apophthegmata Patrum in 12th-Century France: Manuscript Traditions, Interpretations, and Significance [Paper No: 1331-a]
Autoridad, límites y jurisdicción: la conflictiva construcción episcopal de Castilla, siglos XI-XIII [Paper No: 736-b]
Benedict's New Friends: The Treatment of Breton Relics at Fleury in the 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1529-b]
Between Borders and Frontiers: Friars in the Iberian Peninsula [Paper No: 328-a]
Blurred Boundaries: Co-Spatiality between Cities and Collegiate Churches in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 228-c]
Blurred Lines in Bernard of Clairvaux's Anti-Heretical Sermons [Paper No: 1028-b]
Bodily Confinement and the Heavenly Beyond in Li debonnaires Dieus [Paper No: 818-b]
Byzantine Monasticism: The Road to Salvation by Way of Wanderings and Enclosures [Paper No: 225-a]
Caput et domina?: The Troubles of the Abbess in the Birgittine Double Order [Paper No: 1628-b]
Communal Boundaries: Caesarius of Arles, Predestination, and Excluding Sin and Religious Outsiders from Christian Space [Paper No: 225-c]
Conflict, Disruption, and Violence: Women Religious on the Frontiers [Paper No: 1329-b]
Contesting Royal and Aristocratic Power in a Time of Reform and Conquest: St Laurence O'Toole, Archbishop of Dublin (d. 1180), in England and Ireland [Paper No: 1116-a]
Digitising Controversy: Building a Data Model for Networks of Polemical Texts [Paper No: 305-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]
Double Liturgies: The Case of the Order of the Birgittines [Paper No: 1628-c]
Ecclesiastical Buildings of Naples under Byzantine Rule, c. 660-1000 [Paper No: 1113-b]
Editing the Leipzig Manuscript: Another View of Gertrude of Helfta and Her Circle [Paper No: 1504-b]
Educational Interactions and Moral 'Reform' in the Life of John of Gorze [Paper No: 1131-b]
Elements for a Social Constructivist Pedagogy in Nicholas of Cusa's De visione Dei [Paper No: 1539-a]
Excavations at Beaubec, County Meath, Ireland: Understanding the Role of the Monastic Grange in Creating a 'Cordon Sanitaire' around the Medieval Port of Drogheda [Paper No: 140-c]
Facilitating Invasion: Conflict and Co-Operation between Monastic Communities and Norse / Norman Invaders in Northumbria and Campania, c. 867-1100 [Paper No: 715-a]
Female Enclosure: Norms and Experiences of the Portuguese Poor Clares during the Middle Ages [Paper No: 340-b]
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]
Framing the Rule: Manuscript Contexts and Expectations towards a Written Guideline [Paper No: 740-a]
Friars on the Borders of the Far North: The Mendicants and Their Provinces of Dacia [Paper No: 328-d]
From Ordination to Obit: The Prosopography of English Carthusians, c. 1350-1540 [Paper No: 828-c]
From Rome to Christendom: The Circulation of Ad incorrupta pontificum nomina conservanda throughout Medieval Europe [Paper No: 640-c]
From the Caucasus to Mount Athos: Language Barriers in Iviron Monastery [Paper No: 840-a]
Furness Abbey in the 14th-Century: Border Warfare and Plague [Paper No: 128-a]
How the Question of Authority Has Defined Borders of Confessional Practice in Middle Byzantium [Paper No: 813-b]
Impossible Silence, Persistent Noise: Sonic Challenges to the Application of the Rule of Benedict in Carolingian Monasteries [Paper No: 740-c]
In the City's Heart and Still a Cosmos of Their Own: The Benedictine Monks in Medieval Salzburg [Paper No: 1126-b]
In the Scrubs of CCM (Corpus Consuetudinum Monasticarum) 1: The Rule of Benedict and Carolingian Monastic Reform [Paper No: 740-b]
'Indeed, such things have not been seen among mortals': Christina Mirabilis and Interactions between the Living and Dead in the Works of Thomas of Cantimpré [Paper No: 531-b]
Intangible Boundaries: Sound and Sacred Space in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 228-a]
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]
Knocking on the Door to Salvation: Crossing the Threshold in Miniature Models of Nuns' Cells [Paper No: 1238-b]
Looking at the Convent Walls: Theory and Practice of Enclosure in Late Medieval Portuguese Dominican Nunneries [Paper No: 340-c]
Managing Space in Frankish Monasteries' Lists of Belongings [Paper No: 1007-c]
Memory Transmission in Tundal's Vision [Paper No: 1709-a]
Miracles of Life and Death in Breton Hagiography, c.700-1100 [Paper No: 531-a]
Monastic Border Communities in Southern Italy between Lombards and Carolingians: San Vincenzo al Volturno and Montecassino, 8th-9th Centuries [Paper No: 325-c]
Monks and Their Pigs [Paper No: 1107-c]
Negotiating Temporal Boundaries: A Compendium from the Penitents of St Mary Magdalene [Paper No: 132-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]
Nicholas of Cusa's De visione Dei: Origin and Effect [Paper No: 1539-b]
Novices on Trial: Stories of Dominican Youth in the Vitas Fratrum [Paper No: 137-a]
'On a Horse with No Name': Limits, Boundaries, Possessions, and the Medieval Carthusian Concept of 'Desert' [Paper No: 828-b]
On the Take: Bribery and Blackmail in Medieval Hagiographies [Paper No: 531-c]
Organising Society / Representing Kingship: The Mendicants and the Aragonese Conquest of Sardinia, c. 1320-1340 [Paper No: 328-b]
Picturing a Renewed Spirituality: The Colettine Reform and the Use of Art in the Portuguese Communities of Poor Clares [Paper No: 240-a]
Political Consequences of Dominican Foundations in the Border Area of Polonia and Teutonia [Paper No: 328-c]
Prayer, Meditation, and Images at the Charterhouse of Utrecht in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 629-b]
Premonstratensian Double Monasteries: Ideal, Myth, and Reality [Paper No: 1528-b]
Protecting the Boundaries: Southwest German Monasteries in the 11th and 12th Century [Paper No: 128-c]
Reconstructing the (Inter)National Community: Peter the Iberian and His Monasteries [Paper No: 613-a]
Regional Differences of Cistercian Abbeys in Wales, Scotland, the Island of Ireland, and England [Paper No: 540-a]
Remembering Late Antique Saints in Islamic Palestine [Paper No: 1629-a]
Rites of Passage and Conceptual Monastic Enclosures in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 225-b]
Rivers as Boundaries, Edges, and Crossing-Points in Monastic Narratives [Paper No: 128-b]
Salve nox auriflua: Personifications in the Prayerbooks from the Cistercian Convent of Medingen [Paper No: 829-c]
Separated Yet United: How a Monk and Two Nuns Collaborated on a Biblical Commentary in 12th-Century Admont [Paper No: 1528-c]
'She moves in mysterious ways': Women at the Forefront of Monastic Reformation [Paper No: 1128-b]
St Michael in the Middle Ages and His Possible Role among the Cistercians [Paper No: 540-c]
Strategies of Crossing the Borders between Cloister Communities and Adjacent Parishes through Inventiones and the Following Cult [Paper No: 120-a]
Syriac, a Monkish Thing?: Revisiting a Passage from John Chrysostom [Paper No: 1720-b]
The Benedictine Nuns of Engelberg and Their Fratres: A Double Monastery as a Centre of Piety? [Paper No: 1628-a]
The Brevia and Control of Monastic Property in Carolingian Italy [Paper No: 1107-b]
The Enclosure of Cistercian Nuns in Portugal: Tradition, the Statutes of Odivelas (1295 and 1306), and the Periculoso Decree (1298) [Paper No: 340-a]
The Evolution of a Cistercian Monastic Boundary: The 'Close' at Kirkstead, Lincolnshire, 1139-1299 [Paper No: 728-c]
The Extraordinary Library of the Abbey of La Charité-lès-Lézinnes in Burgundy [Paper No: 640-b]
The Florilegium of the Leipzig Manuscript: A Brief Introduction and Hermeneutic Approach to Its Main Issues [Paper No: 1504-c]
The Gospel of Matthew and God's Perfecti: The Boundaries of the Perfect Life in the Writings of the Venerable Bede [Paper No: 706-a]
The Hermit and the Wild Woman: Rethinking the Landscape of Medieval Double Monasteries [Paper No: 1528-a]
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 Middling Sort: Managing Estates and Expectations in Early Medieval Spain [Paper No: 1107-a]
The Perception of Enclosure in Female Monasteries in Poland [Paper No: 228-b]
The Political Economy of Carolingian Monasteries [Paper No: 1007-a]
The Reception of the Greek Fathers' Vocabulary on the Beatific Vision in Hugh of St Victor through the Lens of Eriugena [Paper No: 1231-a]
The 'Rome-Journey': A Late Medieval Vernacular Prayer in the Context of Imagined Pilgrimage [Paper No: 629-a]
The Vita and Visions of Sophia, an Otherwise Unknown Cistercian Nun from 14th-Century Germany [Paper No: 640-a]
The Wisdom of the Greeks: Peter Abelard as a Reader of Greek Patristic Sources [Paper No: 1231-c]
To Orient or Not to Orient?: The Statistical Test for Intentionality [Paper No: 540-b]
Variable Alignments across Human, Technical, and Operational Sustainability: The King's Digital Lab Experience [Paper No: 1602-c]
Visual Allegory: Art and Meaning Underneath the Crossing Vault of the Basilica of St Francis in Assisi [Paper No: 1235-c]
Ways in and out of Dependency in the Ecclesiastical Domain [Paper No: 837-a]
What Came First, the Elm or the Yew?: Fountains Abbey and Its Foundation Narrative [Paper No: 140-a]
William of Saint-Thierry's Greek 'Sources' and Influences [Paper No: 1231-b]
William of St Thierry's Greek Sources in the De natura corporis et animae [Paper No: 1331-c]
Women at the Door of Fonte Avellana: Female Religious on the Borders of Male Spiritual Space [Paper No: 828-a]
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]