Between History and Myth: Staging the Christian Conquest of the Balearic Islands [Paper No: 218-b]
Breaking the Fourth Wall: When Medieval Actors and the Audience Come to Blows [Paper No: 618-c]
Breaking the Law of Identity: Re-Examining Lydgate's Dramatic Corpora [Paper No: 118-a]
Edible Saints, Borderline Blasphemy?: Sacred and Comical in Sermons Joyeux [Paper No: 718-b]
Everyman's Queer Failure [Paper No: 118-c]
Exploring Boundaries in The Outlaw and The Mansfield Maid [Paper No: 518-b]
Fluid Boundaries between Performance, Text, and Rite: Indulgences in the Nativity Play of Constance [Paper No: 618-a]
Making and Breaking Boundaries in the Early Modern Robin Hood Performance [Paper No: 518-c]
Prologues, Epilogues, and the Contemporary Setting of Spiegel der Minnen [Paper No: 618-b]
Proxemic Signs within the Celebration of the Eucharist as Prescribed within Late Medieval Libri Ordinarii from the Low Countries [Paper No: 539-a]
Queer Youth in the Middle English Pharaoh Pageants [Paper No: 337-a]
Tears for Arthur, Tears for Christ: Performance as Mediation [Paper No: 1318-a]
The Babes in the Wood and Its Influence on Robin Hood Christmastime Texts [Paper No: 518-a]
The Governor, the Wife and the Cock-Blocking Constable: Spatial Policing and Heterosexual Parody in the York Pageant The Dream of Pilate's Wife [Paper No: 118-b]
The Once and Future King: Crossing Space and Time in Cinematic Camelot(s) [Paper No: 1219-a]
'Why stand you looking up to heaven?': Corporeal and Spiritual Vision and the Ascension in Literature of the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 812-a]