'[He] sægde him to sorge þæt hy sige-lease / þone grenan wong ofgiefan sceoldan': The Porous Borders of Affect, Race, and Sovereignty in Guthlac A / B and Exeter Riddle 10 [Paper No: 806-b]
A Saint for Scholars: Devotion to St Nicholas at the Late Medieval University of Paris [Paper No: 1131-c]
A Tale of Two Homilies: The Danish Conquest of England (1016) within the Wider Framework of Apocalypse and Reform in the Oeuvre of Wulfstan of York (d. 1023) [Paper No: 827-b]
Alan of Lille Preaching against Heresy: Topics and Techniques [Paper No: 1028-c]
'Armed with tears and prayers': Clare of Assisi in the Franciscan Apocalypse [Paper No: 614-a]
Between the Self and the Other: Crossing Boundaries in Late Medieval Deathbed Manuals [Paper No: 131-c]
Blurred Lines in Bernard of Clairvaux's Anti-Heretical Sermons [Paper No: 1028-b]
Caesarius of Arles: The Authority of the Patres at the Border between Tradition and Innovation [Paper No: 1343-b]
Caesarius' Pagans: The Long Shadow of 6th-Century Sermons [Paper No: 1215-c]
Communal Boundaries: Caesarius of Arles, Predestination, and Excluding Sin and Religious Outsiders from Christian Space [Paper No: 225-c]
Crossing Borders between the Holy Land and Spain: Martin of León as a Preacher of the Third Crusade [Paper No: 623-b]
Delight and Affliction: Love, Theology, and the Cross in the 12th Century [Paper No: 1542-a]
Edible Saints, Borderline Blasphemy?: Sacred and Comical in Sermons Joyeux [Paper No: 718-b]
Environmental Control and the Self in Early English Homiletic Literature [Paper No: 117-a]
From Caesarius of Arles to Alanus of Farfa: The Dynamic Reception of Patristic Preaching in 6th- and 7th-Century Sermon Collections [Paper No: 507-c]
How to Talk about God?: Meister Eckhart's Speaking of God in His Vernacular Sermons [Paper No: 639-a]
How to Talk to God: Johann Geiler von Kaysersberg's Sermons on the Lord's Prayer on the Boundary of Catechetical Dialogue, Pious Tutorial, and Homiletic Manual [Paper No: 639-c]
In-Between Experience and Expression: Mysticism of Kshetrayya and John of the Cross [Paper No: 1239-a]
Jealous Romans, False Provincials, and Clerical Migrations to Late Antique Rome [Paper No: 125-b]
Juana de la Cruz (1481-1534): Sexuality and Sanctity [Paper No: 339-c]
Justinian the Mystic in the Historiographical Work of Procopius of Caesarea or a Parody of Mysticism in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1139-a]
Las fronteras de género en las colecciones de exempla medievales: el ejemplario del ms. 529 de la Biblioteca Pública del Estado en Palma de Mallorca [Paper No: 1218-b]
Lost and Found: The Blurred Boundaries of 12th-Century Women's Spirituality through the Historiographical Lens of Religious Polemics [Paper No: 1128-a]
Neither Beast nor Man: Byzantine Adversaries as Sub-Humans in 6th- and 7th-Century Literature [Paper No: 1026-b]
'Pagan' Practices in Burchard of Worms' Corrector sive medicus [Paper No: 1028-a]
Preaching as Aesthetic Practice: Aesthetic and Rhetorical Strategies in Vernacular Sermons of the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 639-b]
Reinforcing Boundaries between Clergy and Laity: Church Discipline in the Cathedral Chapter and Diocese of Burgos, 13th-15th Centuries [Paper No: 836-b]
Sermo castigatorius Sancti Augustini: Imagining (Pseudo-) Augustine in Early Medieval Collections [Paper No: 507-b]
Shaping Authority through Processes of Education in the Sermons of Peter Chrysologus [Paper No: 1343-a]
Shaping Identity, Forging Belonging in Late Medieval Europe: Jews and Christians in Franciscan Thought [Paper No: 622-a]
So Far and No Further: Spatial Semantics and Borders as a Means of Social Control and Surveillance in Late Antique Church Communities, c. 300 - c. 500 [Paper No: 313-c]
Space and Boundaries in an Illuminated Manuscript of the Heavenly Ladder (Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. gr. 394) [Paper No: 812-c]
Speaking while Writing about God: Printed Sermons on the Boundary of Orality and Literacy [Paper No: 639-d]
Tears for Arthur, Tears for Christ: Performance as Mediation [Paper No: 1318-a]
The Construction of Orthodoxy: Heresy, Belief, and Ritual in Sermons from Arras and Paris [Paper No: 1740-a]
The Good and the Bad Shepherds in Late Medieval Sermons in Central Europe [Paper No: 619-c]
The Pastoral Function of the Walking Corpse in the Sermons of John Mirk [Paper No: 331-b]
The Suggestive Power of Transmission, or: How a Scribe, a Printer, and a Duchess Invented Johannes Tauler in the 15th Century [Paper No: 229-b]
Three Portraits of a Non-Existant Friar: Authority and Authorship in Printed Sermons [Paper No: 1343-c]
'To seo the leste blis of paradys': Religious Orders on the Border of the Divine [Paper No: 1030-c]
Tracing the Border of Authority: Paul the Deacon's Homiliary and the Performance of Orthodoxy [Paper No: 1604-a]