(Sea-)Stranding and Thematic Unity in Andreas Saga Postola I [Paper No: 1029-a]
Ästhetischer Begriff, ästhetische Metapher: Vermessungen einer Grenze [Paper No: 720-c]
Authority and Himerius [Paper No: 119-b]
Beast Fables from the East: Narrative Similarities across Continental Boundaries [Paper No: 714-a]
'Cesare splendidior': Anglo-Norman Memories of Æthelflæd of Mercia [Paper No: 1108-b]
Courtroom Politics: How to De-Platform a Martyr [Paper No: 1613-c]
Crossing Intellectual Borders between Krakow and Italy in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1515-c]
Defining the Boundaries of Animate and Inanimate in the Riddles of Tatwine [Paper No: 806-c]
From the Croatian Borderlands: The Imagery of the Border in the Late Medieval 'Anti-Ottoman' Writings [Paper No: 1727-c]
Imperial and Ecclesiastical Letters around the Council of Chalcedon, 451: The Power Perspective [Paper No: 219-b]
Language and the Political Priorities of Henry VII of England, 1485-1509 [Paper No: 1304-a]
Latin Thinking in German Minds: The Speculum Sapientiae and Its Paths to the German Vernacular [Paper No: 1118-a]
Literary and Spatial Topoi: Distortions of Truth in Relation to Sacred Space [Paper No: 504-b]
Making Sense: Gender and Riddling in Arabic Auto-Commentary [Paper No: 210-a]
Marvelling Curiosity in the Bern Riddles [Paper No: 310-a]
Neither Beast nor Man: Byzantine Adversaries as Sub-Humans in 6th- and 7th-Century Literature [Paper No: 1026-b]
On the Borderline between Autology and Heterology: Figures of Aesthetic Reflection in the Vocabulary of Sangspruch Poetry [Paper No: 720-b]
Performative Structures: Meta-Architecture in Italian Painting [Paper No: 212-b]
Preaching as Aesthetic Practice: Aesthetic and Rhetorical Strategies in Vernacular Sermons of the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 639-b]
Prologues, Epilogues, and the Contemporary Setting of Spiegel der Minnen [Paper No: 618-b]
Regnal and Papal Tension in the Reign of Richard II: Nationalist Connotations in the Chronicles [Paper No: 1016-c]
Riddling Earth-Halls: Examining the Interplay of Environmental and Rhetorical Borders in 'The Wife's Lament' and 'Wulf and Eadwacer' [Paper No: 1738-b]
Speaking while Writing about God: Printed Sermons on the Boundary of Orality and Literacy [Paper No: 639-d]
Substance or Just Rhetoric?: Expressions of Crusading Ideology in the Norwegian and Swedish Expansion into Fennoscandia [Paper No: 335-a]
Süeze, Senfte, Linde: Delimiting the Lexical Frame of 'Sweetness' in Middle High German Literature [Paper No: 720-a]
The Greek Manuscript (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, gr. 3032) and the Study of Rhetoric in Byzantine Southern Italy [Paper No: 1601-a]
The Limits of Grammar: The Body as a Learning Aid in 15th-Century Treatises [Paper No: 1337-a]
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]
Towards Embodied Mnemonics: Body and Cognition in Late Medieval Arts of Memory [Paper No: 1337-b]
Tyrannical Lawmaker versus Righteous Judge: Norms in the Struggle for the Ducal Throne of Kraków, 1177-1194 [Paper No: 1316-c]
Visual Allegory: Art and Meaning Underneath the Crossing Vault of the Basilica of St Francis in Assisi [Paper No: 1235-c]
Visual Rhetoric in the Period of the Baltic Crusades [Paper No: 1123-b]
Wrestling with Pedagogy: A Kinaesthetic Perspective on the Education of Princes [Paper No: 237-c]
Writing Riddles: A Discussion and Reading [Paper No: 310-c]