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 life that is not a thing': John McTaggart's Temporal Series, Ontological Differentiations, and the Middle English Poem St Erkenwald [Paper No: 1019-c]
A 'Momentous Decision'?: Reassessing Willibrord's Consecration as Archbishop of the Frisians in 695 [Paper No: 207-a]
A Physician Teaches the Passion of Christ: Ulrich Pinder's Speculum passionis, 1507 [Paper No: 330-c]
A Women's Issue?: Voluntary Reclusion in Medieval Portugal [Paper No: 1128-c]
Across the Border: Rabbinic Authorities about Casherut and Conversion in a Time of Crisis - The Aftermath of 1391 [Paper No: 724-c]
Acting Their Parts: The Iconographies of Episcopal Authority Modeled through the Vercelli Rotolus [Paper No: 204-c]
Adelhausen Sisterbook Unchained: A Textual History on Its Changing Borders [Paper No: 132-b]
Adolescence and Social Coercion: Revisiting Jewish Apostasy in Opusculum de sua conversione [Paper No: 137-c]
Adulter versus Moechus: The Impact of the Greek Language on the Terminology of Adultery in Christian Latin [Paper No: 1620-b]
Alive or Dead?: Wooden Effigies in Funeral Processions [Paper No: 631-c]
An Age of Decline?: The Cistercians of Mid-Wales in the Later Medieval Period [Paper No: 627-d]
An Infantile Middle Ages: The Representation of Medieval Society and Beliefs in Assassin's Creed (2007) [Paper No: 533-a]
Animalistic Violence and the Natural Order: C. S. Lewis's Out of the Silent Planet in Conversation with Culhwch and Olwen [Paper No: 1217-c]
Apocalyptic Thought in the Parish Church [Paper No: 1030-a]
Archbishop Geoffrey Plantagenet of York's Conception of His Archiepiscopal Office and Authority [Paper No: 304-b]
Being the Teaching: Living Spirituality Lessons from the Franciscan Secular Tradition [Paper No: 230-a]
Best Mom Ever: Defining the Maternal Sanctity of St Anne in High Medieval Liturgy [Paper No: 1632-b]
Between Borders and Frontiers: Friars in the Iberian Peninsula [Paper No: 328-a]
Between the Self and the Other: Crossing Boundaries in Late Medieval Deathbed Manuals [Paper No: 131-c]
Bishops between the Exercise of Episcopal Office and Local Needs: The Construction and View of Authority in Thietmar of Merseburg's Chronicon [Paper No: 104-c]
Blurred Boundaries: Co-Spatiality between Cities and Collegiate Churches in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 228-c]
Blurring Boundaries: Visions of, and Engagement with, the Holy Dead in High Medieval England [Paper No: 231-a]
Borders of Intimacy in an Archaeological Perspective: Children and Their Kin in Light of Funerary Practices [Paper No: 1017-a]
Boundaries of Sainthood: Regional Cults and Veneration of Saints in Early Medieval Bavaria [Paper No: 1126-a]
Breaching the Walls: Violating Rome's Sacred Space [Paper No: 504-a]
Breaking the Bounds: Mysticism and Pseudo-Mysticism in Love's Mirror and Suso's Seven Poyntes [Paper No: 229-a]
Breaking the Fourth Wall: When Medieval Actors and the Audience Come to Blows [Paper No: 618-c]
Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Sonic Landscape of the Rothschild Canticles [Paper No: 714-b]
Building a Centre of Pilgrimage: St Elisabethkirche in Marburg and Indulgence in 13th-Century Germany [Paper No: 318-b]
Bureaucracy and Belief: The Institutionalisation of Religion in the Early Inquisition Tribunals [Paper No: 1640-c]
Burnt to Nothing in the Unity of Love: Deification in Ruusbroec's Sparking Stone [Paper No: 129-b]
Caesarius' Pagans: The Long Shadow of 6th-Century Sermons [Paper No: 1215-c]
Captive Queens and Rebellious Nuns: A Reexamination of the 'Scandal' in Poitiers [Paper No: 1106-c]
Caput et domina?: The Troubles of the Abbess in the Birgittine Double Order [Paper No: 1628-b]
Charlemagne's Unspeakable Sin and the Politics of Confession [Paper No: 1027-b]
Christian Incubation and Cognitive Science of Religion: Possibilities and Problems [Paper No: 1616-a]
Christian Storytelling in a Silk Road Oasis as Seen through the 9th- to 13th-Century Turfan Manuscripts [Paper No: 1629-c]
Civilising the Feminine Body: The Gendered Language of Urbanization in The Speech of Thanks to Constantine and The Letter of the Conversion of Jews [Paper No: 604-c]
Collecting Translated Hymns and Sequences for Prayer: The Case of the Sotheby Manuscript, Holland, 1460-1480 [Paper No: 729-a]
'Come home, I will not arrest you': Exile and Amnesty in Coptic Documents from Late Antique and Early Islamic Egypt [Paper No: 605-b]
Communal Boundaries, Boundary Spanners, and Religious Change in Ifrīqiya, 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1223-b]
Comparing Intestinal Parasites in Augustinian Friars and the General Population of Medieval Cambridge [Paper No: 516-b]
Conflict, Disruption, and Violence: Women Religious on the Frontiers [Paper No: 1329-b]
Contactos velados: fuentes griegas en un poema pseudo-isidoriano altomedieval (Exhortatio poenitendi) [Paper No: 1218-a]
Conversion and Apostasy in the Visigothic Kingdom [Paper No: 1335-a]
Copying Augustine across Borders: The Manuscript Transmission of His Treatises on Initiation, Marriage, and Penance in the Early Middle Ages [Paper No: 507-a]
Cristo Vivo: Mimicking Christ's Living Body in Early Renaissance Sculpture [Paper No: 112-b]
Crossing the Borders between the Invisible and Visible: Japanese Pilgrimage to Secret Buddhas and Saikoku junrei [Paper No: 526-a]
Dental Calculus as a Window on Medieval Urban Religion: An Interdisciplinary Study of Leicester's Augustinian Friary [Paper No: 716-a]
Devotio Moderna: Crossing Borders between Clergy and Laity [Paper No: 539-b]
Digitising Controversy: Building a Data Model for Networks of Polemical Texts [Paper No: 305-c]
Disrupting Boundaries in the Vitae of Brigit of Kildare [Paper No: 1738-c]
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]
Dominican and Franciscan Art for the Sake of Jubilee Years in Late 15th-Century Rome [Paper No: 318-c]
Double Liturgies: The Case of the Order of the Birgittines [Paper No: 1628-c]
Drawing Boundaries, Crossing Borders: Locomotion on Images of the Holy Land as a Way of Transmitting the Experience of Pilgrimage [Paper No: 734-c]
Drawing the Borders of Crip Time in Women's Monastic Life, c. 1200-1300 [Paper No: 1205-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]
English Bishops as Judges: Mutations in Legal Practice and Language in the 14th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 304-c]
Episcopal Self-Fashioning: The Post-Augustinian Authors and the Apocalypse [Paper No: 104-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]
Fabrics and Liturgy: Intangible Borders at the 15th-Century Court of Aragon [Paper No: 1609-c]
'Faith has vanished, peace has perished': Re-Constructing the Spiritual Frontiers of the Albigensian Crusade [Paper No: 623-a]
Famulus Dei: Some Reflections on the Passio of Praejectus of Clermont [Paper No: 104-b]
'Fatti manifesto': Discovering Identities within the Boundaries of Relationships [Paper No: 621-a]
Feigned Mobility in the Service of Religious Rapprochement?: The Curious Case of Paul of Antioch [Paper No: 613-c]
Female Enclosure: Norms and Experiences of the Portuguese Poor Clares during the Middle Ages [Paper No: 340-b]
Financing the Eternal City: Public and Private Credit in 16th-Century Rome [Paper No: 1140-b]
Fluid Boundaries between Performance, Text, and Rite: Indulgences in the Nativity Play of Constance [Paper No: 618-a]
Fonādiq and the Political Energy of Mobility [Paper No: 1538-b]
Franciscans in the Attic: The Many Shapes of Lay Religious Dissent in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1328-c]
Free to be Forsaken: The Significance of Cusa's Non aliud Principle for Calvin's Theology of the Cry of Dereliction [Paper No: 1739-c]
Friendly Consolation, Religiosity, or Irony?: Michael Psellos' Letter to Blinded Romanos IV Diogenes [Paper No: 1541-c]
From Barbarian Warrior to Christian Knight? [Paper No: 127-c]
From Jaffa through the Gate of Jerusalem, 1350-1575: Practical Travel Advice for Time-Traveling Globetrotters and Pilgrims [Paper No: 626-a]
'God save you, Henry!': Religious Elements in Kingdom Come: Deliverance [Paper No: 733-a]
Going against the Flow: Gregory the Great, Pollution, and Bodily Fluids [Paper No: 1624-c]
Guarding and Crossing the Boundaries between the Sacred and the Profane: Priests and Eunuchs as 'boundless servants' in Medieval Europe, Byzantium, and the Islamic World [Paper No: 632-a]
Hello from the Other Side: Relations of Body and Soul while Dying in High Medieval Otherworld Stories [Paper No: 131-b]
Henry VI: The Changing Popularities of a Quasi-Saint [Paper No: 1030-b]
Heresy or Devotion?: Discerning One from the Other amongst the Beguins of Languedoc and Catalunya [Paper No: 1328-b]
Holy Cat!: The Complicated History of Saints and Their Cats [Paper No: 107-b]
Holy Land as Refuge: Push Factors as Motivators for Late Roman Elite Female Pilgrims [Paper No: 717-b]
How Gothic in Language Was 'Gothic Arianism'? [Paper No: 1620-a]
How to Measure Authority?: The Reception of Amalarius' Liber Officialis in Medieval Manuscripts [Paper No: 302-a]
Illegal or Irrevocable Donation?: The Case of a 14th-Century Testamentary Dispute [Paper No: 1531-a]
Image-Building on Kumano Pilgrimage in Medieval Japan: Origin, History, and Geography [Paper No: 318-a]
Imagining Pilgrimage in The Book of Margery Kempe [Paper No: 1638-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]
In-Between Experience and Expression: Mysticism of Kshetrayya and John of the Cross [Paper No: 1239-a]
'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]
Information, Belief, and Meaning-Making: Psychological Perspectives on Evidence for Belief Formation in Languedocian Inquisition Records [Paper No: 1540-a]
Inheriting New Life, Intercession, and Imagination at the Porous Borders of Life and Death [Paper No: 1631-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]
Intercession at the Northernmost Border of Christendom: The Practice of Pious Provision in Medieval Norway [Paper No: 1631-a]
Interflores, or Merton's Meandering Manuscripts [Paper No: 728-b]
'Io Caterina scrivo a voi…': Catherine of Siena Teaching by Letters [Paper No: 330-a]
Islamic Conversion?: Interrogating Religious Change to Islam from the Vantage of Archaeology [Paper No: 1335-b]
Jewish Liturgical Sources from Medieval Cologne [Paper No: 209-b]
Jewish Meat and Christian Wine: Food and Religious Borders in Medieval Catalan Cities [Paper No: 1635-c]
Justinian the Mystic in the Historiographical Work of Procopius of Caesarea or a Parody of Mysticism in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1139-a]
Lay Women Praying in Bed: Late Medieval Spaces for Praying in Disce Mori and The Tretyse of Love [Paper No: 529-b]
Literary and Spatial Topoi: Distortions of Truth in Relation to Sacred Space [Paper No: 504-b]
Lived Experience in Æthelwulf's Visions of the Afterlife [Paper No: 1139-b]
Local Cults of Saints and Legitimisation of Bishops and Bishoprics [Paper No: 227-c]
Local Priests and Tithes in the Long 10th Century [Paper No: 226-c]
Local Synods, Priests' Exams, and Episcopal Control of Knowledge during the 10th and 11th Centuries [Paper No: 126-a]
Looking at the Convent Walls: Theory and Practice of Enclosure in Late Medieval Portuguese Dominican Nunneries [Paper No: 340-c]
Looking to the Other Side: New Strategies in 14th-Century Danish Wall-Paintings [Paper No: 135-c]
Magical Iconography: On the Borders between Ancient and Medieval Art [Paper No: 612-a]
Many Paths across Pale Fields: Repetition and Discernment in Boniface's Enigmata [Paper No: 210-b]
Mapping the Boundaries of Sacred and Secular in Gautier de Coinci's Performance Persona [Paper No: 1318-c]
Mariological Themes in Cusanus' Brixen Sermons [Paper No: 1739-a]
Marking Boundaries: The Case of the 'Jacobites' in Jerusalem in the 12th-13th Century [Paper No: 1023-a]
Mary as Facilitator of Salvation in Late Medieval English Eschatology [Paper No: 1631-c]
Mary of Woodstock: The Porous Border between Medieval Princess and Nun [Paper No: 332-c]
Meco del Sacco and 'Free Spirit' Beliefs [Paper No: 1328-a]
Medieval Slate Fragments from Cologne's Jewish Quarter: Drawings [Paper No: 109-c]
Mercia versus Northumbria in Lindsey: The Role of Queens [Paper No: 517-a]
Meta-Paintings and Their Viewers: Performing Devotion through Time and Space [Paper No: 312-b]
Micro-Architectures and Micro-Landscapes in the Post-Byzantine World: Function, Meaning, and Symbolic Implications [Paper No: 212-c]
Middle English Creeds after John Wyclif: The Multivalence of Their Manuscript Context [Paper No: 619-b]
Miracles of Life and Death in Breton Hagiography, c.700-1100 [Paper No: 531-a]
Missionary Traditions, Religious Violence, and the Symbolic Legitimisation of Elites [Paper No: 127-b]
Mobility and Higher Education in the Cities of the Holy Roman Empire, 1450-1650 [Paper No: 1131-a]
Mum of a Preacher Man: Priests and Their Mothers in Western European Charters [Paper No: 226-b]
Natural Philosophy and Theology in Convivio IV.21 and the Quaestio [Paper No: 621-b]
Negotiating Moral Boundaries: Attitudes to Wealth in Medieval Qur'anic Exegesis [Paper No: 1230-b]
Network Analysis under Collation of Textual Content: The Epistle Lectionary in the Context of the Slavonic Manuscript Tradition, 11th-13th Centuries [Paper No: 609-c]
Nicholas of Cusa, Denys the Carthusian, and Christocentric Mysticism [Paper No: 1739-b]
Nicholas of Cusa's De visione Dei: Origin and Effect [Paper No: 1539-b]
No Country for Old Women?: Women and Religious Dissidence in the Post-Roman World [Paper No: 1006-a]
None Shall Pass: Women at the Heavenly Toll-Gates [Paper No: 1026-c]
Notabilia verba and exercitia devota: Gerhard Groote, Florens Radewijns, and the Early Brethren of the Common Life of Deventer as 'Teachers' in the Dialogus noviciorum of Thomas à Kempis [Paper No: 330-b]
Novices on Trial: Stories of Dominican Youth in the Vitas Fratrum [Paper No: 137-a]
Of Woman Born?: Boundaries of Gender and the Body in Later Medieval Gottesgeburt Imagery [Paper No: 129-a]
'On a Horse with No Name': Limits, Boundaries, Possessions, and the Medieval Carthusian Concept of 'Desert' [Paper No: 828-b]
On the Border between the East and the West: The Personification of the Jordan River in the Holy Trinity Chapel of Lublin, Poland [Paper No: 217-a]
On the Take: Bribery and Blackmail in Medieval Hagiographies [Paper No: 531-c]
Pages of Prayer: The Ecosystem of Vernacular Prayer Books in the Late Medieval Low Countries, c. 1380-1550 [Paper No: 829-a]
'Parvula, non parvum linquis, virguncula, luctum': The Good 'Pater' Charlemagne Grieves the Loss of His Children [Paper No: 1017-b]
Patristics and the (Interdisciplinary) Study of Emotion [Paper No: 1616-b]
Pearl: The Borders of Grief [Paper No: 1731-b]
Picturing a Renewed Spirituality: The Colettine Reform and the Use of Art in the Portuguese Communities of Poor Clares [Paper No: 240-a]
Pilgrims in Peril: Requests for Divine Intervention in the Informal Epigraphy of the Late Antique East [Paper No: 1307-a]
Pilgrims, Badges, and Miracles of St Kunera at Rhenen, the Netherlands [Paper No: 1729-c]
Pinning Down St George: Characterising the Nature of (So-Called) 'Pilgrim Badges' of St George Recorded through the Portable Antiquities Scheme [Paper No: 1729-a]
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]
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]
Priests' Wives and Partners in Northern Italy in the Long 10th Century [Paper No: 226-a]
Protecting the Boundaries: Southwest German Monasteries in the 11th and 12th Century [Paper No: 128-c]
Proxemic Signs within the Celebration of the Eucharist as Prescribed within Late Medieval Libri Ordinarii from the Low Countries [Paper No: 539-a]
Punishment from the Grave: Islamisation and Heterodoxy in Funeral Practices in Rural Areas in the Middle Frontier of al-Andalus [Paper No: 215-c]
Purposeful Cats, Aimless Dogs?: Human-Animal Interactions in Devotio Moderna Biographies [Paper No: 107-c]
Reconstructing Jewish Life in Cologne from Hebrew Sources [Paper No: 209-c]
Re-Evaluating Rædwald's Wife: A Queen, Confidant, and Teacher? [Paper No: 832-a]
Religious Conversions and Crusading Siege Warfare in Syria and Jazīra, 1097-1192 [Paper No: 1335-c]
Resurrected by a Saint: Forms of Shaping and Functionalising the Other's Death in Hagiographical Literature [Paper No: 131-a]
Re-Writing Locality in the 15th-Century Liturgical Offices of St Winefride [Paper No: 1529-c]
Rites of Passage and Conceptual Monastic Enclosures in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 225-b]
Ritual Change and the Fraying Borders of Impurity in Early Christianity [Paper No: 1624-a]
Sainthood and Social Boundary Crossing in Medieval North Africa [Paper No: 1223-c]
Salve nox auriflua: Personifications in the Prayerbooks from the Cistercian Convent of Medingen [Paper No: 829-c]
Sayyidatina: The Cult of Mary/Maryam and the Sharing of Sacred Shrines in the 13th-Century Levant [Paper No: 823-a]
Scholars and Sages of the Medieval World: Muslim Women as Teachers [Paper No: 1606-b]
Seen through a Glass, Darkly: Lived Experience in Marguerite Porete's Mirror of Simple Souls [Paper No: 1139-c]
Separated Yet United: How a Monk and Two Nuns Collaborated on a Biblical Commentary in 12th-Century Admont [Paper No: 1528-c]
Sephardic Poetry Crossing Borders in the Medieval Mediterranean [Paper No: 1226-c]
Shaman Khagans: The Syncretism of Tengri and Yahweh in the Khazar Khaganate [Paper No: 314-a]
Shaping Identity, Forging Belonging in Late Medieval Europe: Jews and Christians in Franciscan Thought [Paper No: 622-a]
'She moves in mysterious ways': Women at the Forefront of Monastic Reformation [Paper No: 1128-b]
Signifying the Body and Communicating the Spirit: Byzantine Gender Dynamics in an Orthodox Christian Context [Paper No: 710-b]
Silent Angels: Voices and Bodies of Acclamations in Medieval Art [Paper No: 1718-a]
Six-and-a-Half-Metres of Knowledge: The Mülinen Rotulus [Paper No: 103-c]
Social Elite and Female Monastic Foundations in the 12th Century [Paper No: 227-b]
'Speaking like Brugman': Lay Teachers Speaking like Brugman [Paper No: 230-c]
Strategies of Crossing the Borders between Cloister Communities and Adjacent Parishes through Inventiones and the Following Cult [Paper No: 120-a]
Struggles for Episcopal Legitimisation during the Gregorian Reform [Paper No: 327-a]
Substitute Pilgrimage?: Translocation of Saints and Renegotiation of Sacred Space in Crusader Acre [Paper No: 1629-b]
Talking Heresy: Illicit Speech and the Transmission of Religious Messages in the Trial Records of Kent Lollards, 1511-12 [Paper No: 1540-b]
Tangled Threads: Tuscan and Byzantine Traditions of the Virgin's Pregnancy [Paper No: 801-b]
Teaching Mystics: Lived Experience as a Means of Instruction in the St Katharinentaler Schwesternbuch [Paper No: 1339-c]
Tears for Arthur, Tears for Christ: Performance as Mediation [Paper No: 1318-a]
Text Reuse in Antiheretical Polemics: Discovering Similar Passages with BLAST (Basic Local Alignment Search Tool) [Paper No: 205-b]
That's All (S)He Wrote: The Boundaries between Gender and the Page in London, British Library, MS Additional 37790 [Paper No: 832-b]
The Abbess and the Inscription: A Material Perspective on Women's Monasticism in Visigothic Spain [Paper No: 1206-a]
'The adubbement of tho downes dere / Garten my gost all gref forgete': Elevation in the 14th-Century Pearl Poem [Paper No: 1509-a]
The Badges of Becket in Canterbury and Beyond [Paper No: 1729-b]
The Belonging and the Exclusion of Jews in the Biblical Hermeneutics of Maximus the Confessor [Paper No: 624-b]
The Benedictine Nuns of Engelberg and Their Fratres: A Double Monastery as a Centre of Piety? [Paper No: 1628-a]
The Bishop and the Beasts: Henry of Blois' Menagerie and the Construction of Episcopal Power [Paper No: 304-a]
The Borders of Art and the Body: The Reception of the Caryatid Motif on Late Antique Sarcophagi [Paper No: 1713-b]
The Church in the Forest: Religious Institutions and the Royal Forest during the Reign of Henry III of England, 1227-1272 [Paper No: 1138-b]
The Crossing of the Red Sea Sarcophagi: Moses, Death, and Intercession [Paper No: 1531-b]
The Dissolution of an Author, the Evaporation of a Text [Paper No: 302-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 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 Greek-Syriac Linguistic Divide as a Literary Construct: Bridging Barriers and Teaching Piety [Paper No: 1720-a]
The Hermit and the Wild Woman: Rethinking the Landscape of Medieval Double Monasteries [Paper No: 1528-a]
The Imagery of 'Luciferians' in Early 14th-Century Central Europe: Local and European Contexts [Paper No: 1740-b]
The Influence of Moving Community on Hildegard von Bingen's Mysticism, Music, and Medicine [Paper No: 1339-b]
The Inquisitorial Punishment of Belief: A Statistical Analysis of the Effects of Social and Theological Beliefs in Peter Seila's Register of Sentences, 1241-42 [Paper No: 1640-a]
The Materiality of Charity and Salvation in Late Medieval Douai [Paper No: 1531-c]
The North Adriatic Late Medieval Wooden Sculpture [Paper No: 631-a]
The Performative Value of Musicalised Prayer around 1500: Reflections about a Contrafactum on the Motet O Domine Iesu Christe Attributed to Antoine Brumel (Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Panciatichi 27) [Paper No: 829-b]
The Poisonous Barb: Purity and Pollution in Early Medieval Gaul [Paper No: 1624-b]
The Queen and the Poet: Female Authority in Venantius Fortunatus' Poems on Radegund [Paper No: 1109-c]
The Romani People in Western Europe: First Encounters [Paper No: 622-b]
The 'Rome-Journey': A Late Medieval Vernacular Prayer in the Context of Imagined Pilgrimage [Paper No: 629-a]
The Rood of Chester as a Place of Cultural Encounters in the March [Paper No: 527-c]
The Subjects of Misericordia as the Borders on the Rhineland in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 514-b]
The Teaching Body: Corporeal Performance as Example in High and Late Medieval Lay Culture [Paper No: 230-b]
The Transmission of Islamic Knowledge Systems and the Persian Literati in 17th-Century India [Paper No: 835-c]
The Unsuccessful Conquest of Tangier by the Portuguese within the Framework of Religious, Cultural, and Geographic Borders [Paper No: 130-c]
'To seo the leste blis of paradys': Religious Orders on the Border of the Divine [Paper No: 1030-c]
Translating Saints: Liturgy, Translation, and Vernacular Hagiography in the Diepenveen Sister-Book [Paper No: 529-c]
Unbelievers, Heretics, and Atheists: Drawing Borders between the Terms [Paper No: 522-c]
Undecidable Borders: The Scholarly Construction of Julian of Norwich's Motherhood [Paper No: 1632-a]
Waldenses in Southern Italy Form Coexistence to Repression: History of an Ethnic-Religious Minority [Paper No: 622-c]
Was It Possible to Get Away with Murder in an Early Medieval Church? [Paper No: 604-a]
What Authority?: The Law and the Creation of Curse Tablets in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 319-c]
What Can Social Network Analysis Reveal about the 13th-Century Cartulary from Saint-Amand, Rouen? [Paper No: 609-a]
When One Door Closes: Addressing Attitudes towards Liturgical Borders in 14th-Century Denmark [Paper No: 135-b]
When Pain Becomes Love for God: The Non-Object Self [Paper No: 1541-b]
Who Saved the City: Venice or Patron Saint? - Constructing the Venetian Image in North Adriatic Communities [Paper No: 631-b]
Whose Muslims? Whose Town?: Religious Minorities and Competing Jurisdictions in Tortosa, 1148-1276 [Paper No: 635-a]
'Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?': The Disposal of Ecclesiastical Corpses in the Old French Fabliaux [Paper No: 718-a]
Women at the Door of Fonte Avellana: Female Religious on the Borders of Male Spiritual Space [Paper No: 828-a]