A Eunuch as a Helmsman, Impossible! A Eunuch as a Statesman, Bitter Reality?: Debating Authority through Comparison in Claudian [Paper No: 1009-b]
Between Teasing and Open War: Records on Escalation and Mitigation of Conflicts in Late Medieval Switzerland and Swabia [Paper No: 242-c]
Beyond Borders: Royal Protection of the Jews - A Catalyst for Testing the Limits of Political Power in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1514-c]
Borders and the (Non-)Formation of Tribal Societies in Roman North Africa, 1st-6th Centuries [Paper No: 1130-a]
Brought Together out of Love: Love and Friendship in Leges Henrici Primi [Paper No: 1542-b]
'Choosing the lion over the fleurs-de-lis': Contesting Valois Authority at the End of the Hundred Years War, c. 1435 - c. 1453 [Paper No: 1016-a]
Clothar I and the Limits of Authority in Post-Roman Societies [Paper No: 1209-c]
Countering Islam in Cusanus, Juan de Segovia, and Libellus to Leo X: A Comparison [Paper No: 1639-a]
Creating the 'Berbers' in Early Islamic North Africa: Political Formations and Nomenclature in Arabic Literary Texts [Paper No: 1130-b]
Crossing the Line: Boundaries of Acceptable and Unacceptable Imperial Behaviour in 14th-Century Byzantium [Paper No: 713-c]
Curbing the Philosopher-King: Philosophical versus Legal Authority in the Justinianic Dialogue On Political Science [Paper No: 119-c]
Cusanus' Influence on the Tudor Dynasty [Paper No: 1639-c]
Demarcating History: Time Refashioned through Language in Alfred's Verse Preface to the Pastoral Care [Paper No: 1010-c]
Dotage and Senility: The Illness and Reputation of Edward III in the 1370s [Paper No: 1104-a]
Edward III's Recovery of Authority Revisited, 1340-1346 [Paper No: 1642-b]
Episcopal Self-Fashioning: The Post-Augustinian Authors and the Apocalypse [Paper No: 104-a]
Establishing Status and Breaking Boundaries?: Education at the Visigothic and Burgundian Courts in Late Antique Gaul [Paper No: 1125-a]
Exul inmeritus: Political Borders as Boundaries of Identity [Paper No: 521-a]
Facilitating Invasion: Conflict and Co-Operation between Monastic Communities and Norse / Norman Invaders in Northumbria and Campania, c. 867-1100 [Paper No: 715-a]
Flaying and Identity, c. 1500: Skin as Text, Surface, and Clothing [Paper No: 1719-a]
German Envoys as Border-Crossing Agents in the First Half of the 13th Century [Paper No: 1614-b]
Gunnhildr konungamóðir, the Icelanders, and the Question of Otherness [Paper No: 638-b]
Handling Conflict in the Regnum Italiae: Holy Roman Kings, Emperors, and Their Subjects on the Other Side of the Alps, 14th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 242-b]
Henry VI's Minority: 15th-Century Manifestations of 14th-Century Precedents [Paper No: 1104-c]
'Holding the wolf by its ears': Challenging the Authority of the Army in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1009-c]
'I will give myself to the work of reading history': Pre-Conquest Echoes in the Relatio de Standardo of Aelred of Rievaulx [Paper No: 1308-c]
'I will go nowhere': Futurity in the Political Landscapes of Njáls Saga and Grettis Saga [Paper No: 538-b]
Iconography and Legitimisation of Ideology on 11th-Century Coinage [Paper No: 227-a]
John of Salisbury: The Mirrored Tyrannies of King and Archbishop [Paper No: 208-a]
John Philoponus' Letter to Justinian in Its Broader Political Context [Paper No: 219-a]
Language and the Political Priorities of Henry VII of England, 1485-1509 [Paper No: 1304-a]
Later Lollard Pacifism [Paper No: 739-c]
Limiting the Emperor's Powers through Knowledge: The Role of Mirrors of Princes at the Byzantine Court during the 6th and 7th Centuries to Guide God's Imperial Deputies [Paper No: 1125-b]
Little Romanland in the Far East: Comparing the Political Culture of Chosŏn Korea (1392-1910) with the Byzantine and Holy Roman Empires [Paper No: 613-d]
Lollard Activism in Mid 15th-Century England [Paper No: 739-a]
Long-Term Conflicts in the Late Middle Ages: A Methodological Approach to an Overlooked Perspective [Paper No: 242-a]
Marking the Lion's Scent: Georgian Borders between Idea and Reality [Paper No: 1214-b]
Medieval Border Concepts and the Knowledge of Space [Paper No: 1514-d]
Medieval Borders of Politics [Paper No: 522-b]
'Mores peregrinos abicite': The Rhetorical Use of Foreigners and Foreignness in Cassiodorus' Variae [Paper No: 125-c]
Murder in Fleet Street: The Death of John Louther, Knight of the Shire for Westmorland in the Parliament of January 1380 [Paper No: 808-c]
On the Priority of the Old English Source of Æthelweard's Chronicon [Paper No: 1010-b]
Paul the Deacon, Alcuin, Theodulf: How Foreign Poets Shaped Charlemagne's Court - and How the Court Shaped Them [Paper No: 1125-c]
Political Borders and Medieval Studies: A Study of a Polish Painting at the Turn of the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period [Paper No: 612-d]
Political Phasmophobia: Anxiety and the Appearance of Ghosts in Medieval Chronicles [Paper No: 1731-c]
Political Ritual and Collective Identity When Campaigning Abroad: 12th-Century Italian Communities [Paper No: 515-c]
Reception of Ancient Traditions as Legitimisation of Rulers and Dynasties [Paper No: 127-a]
Regnal and Papal Tension in the Reign of Richard II: Nationalist Connotations in the Chronicles [Paper No: 1016-c]
Religio-Political Frontiers in Cristoforo Buondelmonti's Liber insularum Archipelagi [Paper No: 1515-a]
Retrieving Ruusbroec in Modernity: The Flemish Jesuits between Mysticism and Nationalism [Paper No: 329-a]
Rule as Permanent Conflict?: Albert V (II) as Margrave of Moravia and King of Bohemia [Paper No: 342-a]
Sigismund's Political Strategy in the Conflict between the Teutonic Order and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth [Paper No: 342-b]
Sources of Byzantine Thought about the Priesthood: Plato's Res publica in Gregory of Nazianus' Apology on His Flight [Paper No: 1607-a]
Staying Carolingian, Becoming Feudal?: Norms in High Medieval Charters from Mâcon and Freising [Paper No: 731-a]
Struggles for Episcopal Legitimisation during the Gregorian Reform [Paper No: 327-a]
Super facto confinium: Making and Regulating the Border between Venice and Ferrara in the Early 15th Century [Paper No: 124-c]
Symmachus' Relationes and the Limits of Imperial Authority [Paper No: 1209-a]
Symphony between Sacerdotium and Imperium: Reality or Propaganda? - The 'Three-Chapters Controversy' as a Test Case [Paper No: 219-c]
The Blurred Boundaries between the Emperor and the Patriarch in Byzantium: The Interference of Patriarch Athanasios I of Constantinople in Secular Affairs [Paper No: 813-a]
The Case of Richilde of Hainaut: Gender, Motherhood, and the Historiography of the Flemish Civil War of 1071 [Paper No: 1632-d]
The Changing Boundaries of Sanctuary from Hubert Walter to Henry VIII [Paper No: 324-c]
The Danish Connection in the Trans-European Confrontation between Papacy and Monarchy around 1300 [Paper No: 135-a]
The Duke before the Wall: Some Remarks on the Symbolic Meaning of the City Walls in Medieval Poland [Paper No: 612-c]
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 Formulae imperiales and Social Justice during the Reign of Louis the Pious [Paper No: 307-a]
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 Oath of Fidelity, Aristocratic Conflicts, and the Logic of Reciprocity: The Limits of King's Power in the Early Medieval Iberian Peninsula [Paper No: 1216-c]
The Opening of Parliament: The Chancellor and the Language of Unity in the 15th Centruy [Paper No: 1304-b]
The Politics of Victimhood and the Violent Transformation of City and Church in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 504-c]
The Praise of Hildoara: A Courtly or a Christian Visigothic Queen? [Paper No: 221-a]
The Tension between the Ideology and Practice of Rulership [Paper No: 327-b]
The Thickness of City Walls: Intercity-State Alliances among Late Medieval Italian Popular Rebels Compared with Ones North of the Alps and of 16th-Century Italy [Paper No: 1241-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 Treaty of Alcañices: The Delimitation of the Borders between the Peninsular Kingdoms from a Historical-Legal Perspective [Paper No: 124-a]
Thinking about Legal Community in Early Medieval England [Paper No: 535-b]
'Thus ye shall avoide every smert': Protecting Royal Power in George Ashby's Active Policy of a Prince, c. 1461 [Paper No: 341-b]
'Titan exorietur pacificus': The 'Solar' Identity of Henry VII among Dante's Epistles [Paper No: 621-c]
To Be 'lele and trewe': Swearing Allegiance to English and Scottish Kings in the Late Medieval Period [Paper No: 1621-b]
Tyrannical Lawmaker versus Righteous Judge: Norms in the Struggle for the Ducal Throne of Kraków, 1177-1194 [Paper No: 1316-c]
'Ubi fluvius quidam Regni et Campaniae confinia dividit et distinguit': Border Perceptions in the Kingdom of Sicily Based on Contemporary Sources [Paper No: 1514-a]
Was the North Caucasus Part of the Byzantine Empire?: Boundaries, Suzerainty, and Segmentary Polities in Medieval West Eurasia [Paper No: 1214-a]
Xenodochia without Xenophobia in Late Antique Rome [Paper No: 125-d]