Astronomy versus Astrology: Limits of Perception [Paper No: 1515-b]
Beyond Borders: Object-Oriented Cataloguing and the Influence of Peripheral Intellectual Ideas on the Carolingian Centre [Paper No: 1330-c]
Borders in Dicuil's De cursu solis lunaeque [Paper No: 1330-b]
Copying Mistakes or Mistaken Copyists: On the Interplay between Text and Diagrams in the Sefer ha-Mar'im [Paper No: 1324-b]
Crossing Borders to Predict the Future: Divination by Geomancy from East to West [Paper No: 1230-a]
'Drunkenness is the very sepulchre of human judgement': Intoxication and the Permeable Borders of Mind and Body in The Canterbury Tales [Paper No: 1119-a]
Fish Sentience in Medieval Sources [Paper No: 217-c]
Human Nature: Rational and Mortal [Paper No: 1309-d]
Inferring Large Pedigrees and Mobility Patterns from the Analysis of Early Medieval Genomes [Paper No: 501-b]
Living on the Edge of the Avar Empire: Anthropological Perspectives [Paper No: 601-b]
Medieval Border Concepts and the Knowledge of Space [Paper No: 1514-d]
Neomedieval Popular Knowledge in Fantasy Literature: Some Methodological Aspects [Paper No: 541-b]
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]
New Wine in Old Wineskins?: Applying the Method of Constellation Analysis to Intellectual Networks in Early Scholasticism [Paper No: 1507-b]
On the Borders of the Florentine State: Apennine Landscapes in Dante's Commedia [Paper No: 1037-a]
Pain and Pleasure as Border Experiences [Paper No: 1237-c]
Revealing More than Text: New Insights to Imaging Techniques for the Classification of Ink Types in Medieval Manuscripts [Paper No: 1511-b]
Storming the Castle: Medieval Climate Change, Storm Surges, and Coastal Impacts at Caerlaverock [Paper No: 1201-b]
The Easter Controversy in Northumbria after the Synod of Whitby, 664-672 [Paper No: 1330-a]
The Inks of Der Welsche Gast: Non-Invasive Analysis by XRF Spectroscopy and nIR Microscopy [Paper No: 1511-c]
The Mind-Machine: Psychology, Poetry, and the Crafted World in 12th-Century Neoplatonist Allegory [Paper No: 1309-b]
The State of Medieval Environmental History in the Mediterranean [Paper No: 1236-a]
Towards Embodied Mnemonics: Body and Cognition in Late Medieval Arts of Memory [Paper No: 1337-b]
Transcending Bodily Borders: Hildegard of Bingen's Understanding of Women and the Womb [Paper No: 1738-a]
'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]
With 'hawthorn hegis knet': Corresponding with Hedgerows in Late Medieval Writings [Paper No: 1137-a]