A Physician Teaches the Passion of Christ: Ulrich Pinder's Speculum passionis, 1507 [Paper No: 330-c]
A Scholar at Work: The Nicolaus Matz Library in Michelstadt [Paper No: 1002-a]
A Witchcraft Triangle: Transmitting Ideas of Witchcraft across Borders in Europe [Paper No: 335-c]
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]
Anonymous Orthodoxy Added to Carolingian Psalters: The Case of the Te Deum [Paper No: 202-b]
Apophthegmata Patrum in 12th-Century France: Manuscript Traditions, Interpretations, and Significance [Paper No: 1331-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]
Bernard of Clairvaux on the Boundary: Preventing the Conversion of the Jews to Christianity [Paper No: 624-a]
Between Canon and Apocrypha: John Trevisa's Translation of the Gospel of Nicodemus [Paper No: 520-a]
Blurring Boundaries between the Earthly and the Divine: Visual Representations of the 'Noli me tangere' in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1031-b]
Blurring Boundaries of Time and Space: Resurrecting and Disseminating Cults in the West - Catalonia and Italy, 10th-11th Centuries [Paper No: 1221-a]
Blurring Boundaries: Visions of, and Engagement with, the Holy Dead in High Medieval England [Paper No: 231-a]
Borders between Humans and Animals in the Minds of 13th-Century Theologians [Paper No: 1138-a]
Borders of the Body in the Revelations of Julian of Norwich [Paper No: 1031-a]
Breaking the Bounds: Mysticism and Pseudo-Mysticism in Love's Mirror and Suso's Seven Poyntes [Paper No: 229-a]
Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Sonic Landscape of the Rothschild Canticles [Paper No: 714-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 of Arles: The Authority of the Patres at the Border between Tradition and Innovation [Paper No: 1343-b]
Choreographing Salvific Pain: How Does the Hagiographer Capture the Lived Experience of the Saints of 13th-Century Liège? [Paper No: 1339-a]
Communal Boundaries: Caesarius of Arles, Predestination, and Excluding Sin and Religious Outsiders from Christian Space [Paper No: 225-c]
Crosses on Stone Pillars: Memories that Cross the Boundaries between Georgia - Armenia - Jerusalem [Paper No: 1314-b]
Cross-Pollination and Islamic-Christian Theological disputatio [Paper No: 113-a]
Dangerous Doubt: Contextualising Mary's Lament in the Towneley Crucifixion [Paper No: 718-c]
Delight and Affliction: Love, Theology, and the Cross in the 12th Century [Paper No: 1542-a]
Detecting the Translation Technique of Burgundio of Pisa through Chrysostomus Latinus in Iohannem Online (CLIO), Chrystostomus Latinus in Mattheum Online (CLIMO), and Text Alignment Network (TAN) [Paper No: 1331-b]
Editing the Leipzig Manuscript: Another View of Gertrude of Helfta and Her Circle [Paper No: 1504-b]
Episcopal Self-Fashioning: The Post-Augustinian Authors and the Apocalypse [Paper No: 104-a]
Excommunicate!: Negotiating Exclusion in the Early Medieval Church [Paper No: 1026-d]
Family Matters: Boniface and his Enigmatic Sisters [Paper No: 210-c]
Freising and the Slavs under Bishop Abraham: Possible Literary Witnesses of the Freising Mission in Carantania Found in Present Day Carinthia [Paper No: 1601-c]
From Analogue to Digital and Beyond: Some Reflections on the Present and Future of the PASSIM Research Environment [Paper No: 1502-a]
From Israel to Iceland: The Hebrew Bible and the Typological Structure of Sturlunga Saga [Paper No: 838-a]
'Goddes hie name prented þer ynne': Examining Metaphors of Likeness and Imprinting in Late Medieval Literary Conceptualisations of the Soul [Paper No: 1202-a]
Going against the Flow: Gregory the Great, Pollution, and Bodily Fluids [Paper No: 1624-c]
Hello from the Other Side: Relations of Body and Soul while Dying in High Medieval Otherworld Stories [Paper No: 131-b]
Holy Bottoms and Heavy Balloons: Mysticism's Back Rooms [Paper No: 139-b]
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 Search of the Mind in the Old English Hierdeboc [Paper No: 1110-b]
In-Between Experience and Expression: Mysticism of Kshetrayya and John of the Cross [Paper No: 1239-a]
Inheriting New Life, Intercession, and Imagination at the Porous Borders of Life and Death [Paper No: 1631-b]
'Io Caterina scrivo a voi…': Catherine of Siena Teaching by Letters [Paper No: 330-a]
Julian of Norwich and Indecency in the Anchorhold: Blood Lust and Body Doubling [Paper No: 339-a]
Justinian the Mystic in the Historiographical Work of Procopius of Caesarea or a Parody of Mysticism in Late Antiquity [Paper No: 1139-a]
Lived Experience in Æthelwulf's Visions of the Afterlife [Paper No: 1139-b]
Looking to the Other Side: New Strategies in 14th-Century Danish Wall-Paintings [Paper No: 135-c]
Loss, Lament, and the Last Things: The City of Acre as an Eschatological Borderland [Paper No: 116-a]
'Love is only where different things, being free and capable of an independent existence, feel attracted to each other': Meister Eckhart and Schelling on the Bounds of Love [Paper No: 329-b]
Missionary Activity of Frontier Apostles Ulfila and Mesrop Mashtots: Translation of Holy Texts into National Languages [Paper No: 1025-b]
'Moving Byzantium to Crete': An Appeal to the Emperor by Patriarch Photius - Ecclesiastical Intervention during Warfare and Political Rivalry [Paper No: 813-c]
Negotiating Moral Boundaries: Attitudes to Wealth in Medieval Qur'anic Exegesis [Paper No: 1230-b]
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]
Prayer, Meditation, and Images at the Charterhouse of Utrecht in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 629-b]
Regarding the Face of God: 'Picturing' Divinity according to the Christian, Jewish, and Islamic Traditions [Paper No: 1235-a]
Resurrected by a Saint: Forms of Shaping and Functionalising the Other's Death in Hagiographical Literature [Paper No: 131-a]
Rethinking Virginity in Old French Hagiography [Paper No: 1239-b]
Retrieving Ruusbroec in Modernity: The Flemish Jesuits between Mysticism and Nationalism [Paper No: 329-a]
Reversing the Border between Benedict and Scholastica in the Hagiographical Record [Paper No: 1031-c]
Ritual Change and the Fraying Borders of Impurity in Early Christianity [Paper No: 1624-a]
Runcofa and the Inner Temple in Alfred's Metres of Boethius [Paper No: 1110-c]
Running Down a Doctrine: The Theological Lineage of Dyothelitism from Cyril of Alexandria to Thomas Aquinas [Paper No: 1541-a]
Scholarly Society as Data-Publishing and Data-Sustaining Communities: Building and Sustaining the Scholastic Commentaries and Texts Archive (SCTA) [Paper No: 1702-c]
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]
Shaping Authority through Processes of Education in the Sermons of Peter Chrysologus [Paper No: 1343-a]
Silent Angels: Voices and Bodies of Acclamations in Medieval Art [Paper No: 1718-a]
Sources of Byzantine Thought about the Priesthood: Plato's Res publica in Gregory of Nazianus' Apology on His Flight [Paper No: 1607-a]
'Speaking like Brugman': Lay Teachers Speaking like Brugman [Paper No: 230-c]
Steering the Ship of the Mind: The Significance and Influence of Metaphors for Controlling the Mind in the Alfredian Pastoral Care [Paper No: 1110-a]
Teaching Mystics: Lived Experience as a Means of Instruction in the St Katharinentaler Schwesternbuch [Paper No: 1339-c]
The Belonging and the Exclusion of Jews in the Biblical Hermeneutics of Maximus the Confessor [Paper No: 624-b]
The Construction of Orthodoxy: Heresy, Belief, and Ritual in Sermons from Arras and Paris [Paper No: 1740-a]
The Florilegium of the Leipzig Manuscript: A Brief Introduction and Hermeneutic Approach to Its Main Issues [Paper No: 1504-c]
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 Hidden and the Revealed: A Theological Reading of the Gothic Choir Screen [Paper No: 514-c]
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 Liber Lelle across Borders: The Book of Angela of Foligno across Confessional and Geographical Boundaries [Paper No: 229-c]
The One and the Many in Nicholas of Cusa's De visione Dei [Paper No: 1539-c]
The Pastoral Function of the Walking Corpse in the Sermons of John Mirk [Paper No: 331-b]
The Poisonous Barb: Purity and Pollution in Early Medieval Gaul [Paper No: 1624-b]
The Reception of the Greek Fathers' Vocabulary on the Beatific Vision in Hugh of St Victor through the Lens of Eriugena [Paper No: 1231-a]
The Rimland as an Environment for the Origin and Formation of Religious and Confessional Movements on the Example of the Euphrates Zone [Paper No: 1025-c]
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]
The Teaching Body: Corporeal Performance as Example in High and Late Medieval Lay Culture [Paper No: 230-b]
'The Times They Are a-Changing': An Examination of Giotto's Crucifix and Masaccio's Trinity in the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella, Florence [Paper No: 112-a]
The Unoccupied Throne: A Byzantine Eschatological Border Post [Paper No: 812-b]
The Wisdom of the Greeks: Peter Abelard as a Reader of Greek Patristic Sources [Paper No: 1231-c]
'Why stand you looking up to heaven?': Corporeal and Spiritual Vision and the Ascension in Literature of the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 812-a]
William of Saint-Thierry's Greek 'Sources' and Influences [Paper No: 1231-b]
William of St Thierry's Greek Sources in the De natura corporis et animae [Paper No: 1331-c]
Writing and Re-Writing as a Way to 'Perform' a Spiritual Text: The Case of the Legatus Divinae Pietatis in the Leipzig Manuscript [Paper No: 1504-a]