A Court Afraid of Losing Its Queen: The Portuguese Court's Solution for Queenless Times [Paper No: 1232-c]
A Queen without a Country?: Joan Plantagenet and the Imprisonment of David II of Scotland, 1346-1357 [Paper No: 1014-c]
A Women's Issue?: Voluntary Reclusion in Medieval Portugal [Paper No: 1128-c]
Abbesses and Family Independence in Medieval Milan [Paper No: 206-c]
Adelhausen Sisterbook Unchained: A Textual History on Its Changing Borders [Paper No: 132-b]
Bawdy Talk, Body Parts, and Female Things in the Old English Riddles [Paper No: 110-a]
Between the Borders of Silence and Silenced: Decoding Political Acts of Sonic Reticence in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde [Paper No: 1204-b]
Blurred Boundaries: Co-Spatiality between Cities and Collegiate Churches in the Later Middle Ages [Paper No: 228-c]
Borders of the Body in the Revelations of Julian of Norwich [Paper No: 1031-a]
Byzantine Femininities between Discipline and Punishment: Anthropology of the Female Body in Byzantium [Paper No: 510-c]
Captive Queens and Rebellious Nuns: A Reexamination of the 'Scandal' in Poitiers [Paper No: 1106-c]
Choreographing Salvific Pain: How Does the Hagiographer Capture the Lived Experience of the Saints of 13th-Century Liège? [Paper No: 1339-a]
Conflict, Disruption, and Violence: Women Religious on the Frontiers [Paper No: 1329-b]
Constructing Gender and Social Identity in the Poetry of Vandal-Era Carthage [Paper No: 1306-a]
Controversial Sanctity, Manuscript Issues: Revisiting the Book of Consolation of the Franciscan Abbess Juana de la Cruz, 1481-1534 [Paper No: 1228-c]
Crossing Borders and Constructing Female Selves in The Journal of Mistress Joan Martyn [Paper No: 526-d]
Crossing the Borders: Economic Activity of Queen Bona Sforza in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania [Paper No: 1715-c]
Defining Borders: Women's Place within the Scottish Community of John Barbour's The Bruce [Paper No: 1608-b]
Desperate Times, Desperate Measures: Noblewomen, Their Children, and Strategies of Protection in Times of Crisis in Early Medieval Europe [Paper No: 206-a]
Exceptionally Unexceptional?: The Political Career of Isabella, Countess of Fife, d. 1389 [Paper No: 306-c]
Fabric of Feud: Material Culture and Female Identity in Laxdæla Saga [Paper No: 832-c]
Family Matters: Boniface and his Enigmatic Sisters [Paper No: 210-c]
Female Enclosure: Norms and Experiences of the Portuguese Poor Clares during the Middle Ages [Paper No: 340-b]
Female Travelers' Agency and Diverse Practices in Late Antiquity: A Critique of the Turners' Model of Pilgrimage [Paper No: 1606-d]
Franciscans in the Attic: The Many Shapes of Lay Religious Dissent in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1328-c]
From Poppa of Bayeux to Gunnor: The Role of More Danico Wives as the Mother of Heirs to the Duchy of Normandy [Paper No: 106-a]
'From this mixture would come the highest crown': Remembering and Representing the Ethnic Identities of Female Ancestors [Paper No: 106-b]
Gendered Disasters in the Post-Roman West [Paper No: 617-b]
Grace, Free Will, and 'Unavoidable' Sex: Women in Service in the Early Medieval West [Paper No: 617-a]
Gunnhildr konungamóðir, the Icelanders, and the Question of Otherness [Paper No: 638-b]
Heavy Weighs the Heir: Pregnant Queens and Myths of Gender Exception [Paper No: 322-a]
Heiresses and Their Choices during Succession Disputes in 13th-Century France [Paper No: 306-b]
Holy Land as Refuge: Push Factors as Motivators for Late Roman Elite Female Pilgrims [Paper No: 717-b]
How to Write a Nun: Baudri of Bourgueil's Poems Addressed to Monastic Women [Paper No: 1638-a]
Indecent Bodies: Ageing Women in the Late Medieval West [Paper No: 239-c]
Isabella d'Este: The Feminine Identity in the Court Portrait [Paper No: 1202-b]
Isabella of Woodstock: The King's Eldest Daughter at the English Royal Court [Paper No: 1014-b]
Isolde: Female Hero, Heroine, or Counter-Hero? [Paper No: 732-c]
Issuing, Sealing, and Signing: An Examination of 'Queenly Chanceries' in 13th-Century England and Iberia [Paper No: 1232-b]
Jacquetta of Luxembourg and the Negotiation of Identities for Survival during the Wars of the Roses [Paper No: 106-c]
Juana de la Cruz (1481-1534): Sexuality and Sanctity [Paper No: 339-c]
Knocking on the Door to Salvation: Crossing the Threshold in Miniature Models of Nuns' Cells [Paper No: 1238-b]
Late Medieval Piety for the Early Modern Reader: Margery Kempe in Pepwell's Benyamyn Anthology [Paper No: 214-b]
Looking at the Convent Walls: Theory and Practice of Enclosure in Late Medieval Portuguese Dominican Nunneries [Paper No: 340-c]
Marian Devotion in Aveiro: Words, Music, and Images, 15th-16th Centuries [Paper No: 240-b]
Mary of Woodstock: The Porous Border between Medieval Princess and Nun [Paper No: 332-c]
Mercia versus Northumbria in Lindsey: The Role of Queens [Paper No: 517-a]
Models of Female Agency in Fin'amor Literature [Paper No: 732-b]
Mundium: Between Guardianship and Unfreedom [Paper No: 737-a]
'My sturdy hardynesse': The Wife of Bath's Anti-Feminist Satire as Trans Narrative [Paper No: 322-c]
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]
'No way under compulsion': The Cultivation of Authority in the Earldom of Mar under Isabella Douglas, Countess of Mar [Paper No: 1608-c]
Of Woman Born?: Boundaries of Gender and the Body in Later Medieval Gottesgeburt Imagery [Paper No: 129-a]
On the Border of Worlds: The Ambivalent Role of Midwives among the Early Medieval Slavs - An Archaeological Study [Paper No: 1606-a]
Petitioning, Intercession, Action: Elite Women's Agency and Power within the Political Framework of the 11th-Century Byzantine Empire [Paper No: 1508-a]
Philippa of Hainault: Consort Queen and Landowner [Paper No: 1014-a]
Picturing a Renewed Spirituality: The Colettine Reform and the Use of Art in the Portuguese Communities of Poor Clares [Paper No: 240-a]
Pre-Conquest Women in the Post-Conquest Community of St Cuthbert [Paper No: 1308-b]
Premonstratensian Double Monasteries: Ideal, Myth, and Reality [Paper No: 1528-b]
Princess Pipa of the Marcomanni: An Early Political Marriage between Rome and the Barbaricum and Its Projection [Paper No: 221-b]
Princesses Crossing Borders: Ritual, Agency, and Memory [Paper No: 332-a]
Providing Queenly Resources across Borders: Alcolea de Cinca in the 15th Century [Paper No: 332-b]
Re-Evaluating Rædwald's Wife: A Queen, Confidant, and Teacher? [Paper No: 832-a]
Remembering Crusade in Scotland: Christiana de Brus, the Earls of Dunbar, and Gendered Family Commemorations in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1608-a]
Rendering Visible the Invisible: Servants and Slave-Girls in Jerome's Letters [Paper No: 717-a]
Representing Gender-Based Violence in Late Antiquity and Beyond [Paper No: 617-c]
Rethinking Virginity in Old French Hagiography [Paper No: 1239-b]
Riddling Earth-Halls: Examining the Interplay of Environmental and Rhetorical Borders in 'The Wife's Lament' and 'Wulf and Eadwacer' [Paper No: 1738-b]
Roles of Imperial Women: Pulcheria and the Bigger Picture [Paper No: 717-c]
Seen through a Glass, Darkly: Lived Experience in Marguerite Porete's Mirror of Simple Souls [Paper No: 1139-c]
Sex Workers and Notaries: A Mediterranean Collaboration [Paper No: 1136-c]
'She moves in mysterious ways': Women at the Forefront of Monastic Reformation [Paper No: 1128-b]
Social Elite and Female Monastic Foundations in the 12th Century [Paper No: 227-b]
Spiritual Exiles: Dantean Echoes in Amelia Rosselli's Mystical Poetry [Paper No: 521-c]
Teaching Mystics: Lived Experience as a Means of Instruction in the St Katharinentaler Schwesternbuch [Paper No: 1339-c]
The Case of Anna Pilemann: Was It Possible for a Woman to Cross the Invisible Limits in Medieval Gdańsk? [Paper No: 1715-b]
The Construction of an Image: Understanding Depictions of the Empress Matilda and the Relationship between Gender and Power in Gesta Stephani and Historia Novella [Paper No: 1108-c]
The Emergence of 'Queens' in the 5th-Century West: Transcending Political Borders? [Paper No: 1613-a]
The Empress Ariadne, a Barbarian's Wife [Paper No: 221-c]
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 End of War: Women at the Border of Violence and Crusade in the 13th Century [Paper No: 1623-c]
The Hermit and the Wild Woman: Rethinking the Landscape of Medieval Double Monasteries [Paper No: 1528-a]
The Influence of Moving Community on Hildegard von Bingen's Mysticism, Music, and Medicine [Paper No: 1339-b]
The Intricate Patterns and Pitfalls of Female Mediation in Late Medieval Dream Poetry [Paper No: 732-a]
The Jurisdiction of Portuguese Medieval Queens: The Queen's House (Casa das Rainhas) or the Construction of the Boundaries between Male and Female Royal Power [Paper No: 517-c]
The Legitimate One and Only: Legitimisation and Europeanisation of Norwegian Queenship in the 13th Century [Paper No: 517-b]
The Liber Lelle across Borders: The Book of Angela of Foligno across Confessional and Geographical Boundaries [Paper No: 229-c]
The Perception of Enclosure in Female Monasteries in Poland [Paper No: 228-b]
The Power and Authority of Norman Noblewomen, 1010-1160: The Charter Evidence [Paper No: 306-a]
The Praise of Hildoara: A Courtly or a Christian Visigothic Queen? [Paper No: 221-a]
The She-Wolf of France?: The Frenchness of Isabella Capet [Paper No: 232-c]
The Significance of Women and Children in Jordanes' Getica [Paper No: 817-b]
The Treaty of Alcáçovas-Toledo and the Creation of an Atlantic Border, 1479 [Paper No: 124-b]
'Through many acts of fornication': Gender and Non-Marital Relationships in Late Medieval Scotland [Paper No: 1608-d]
Trans… Matters: The Repartee of Medieval Bodies [Paper No: 322-b]
Transcending the Bounds of Time in Remembrance: The Nuremberg Poor Clares' Chronicles [Paper No: 132-c]
Using Digital Tools to Explore Women's Networks in 14th-Century Provence [Paper No: 1636-a]
Visualising Jus bellum justum: Contextualising the Pro-Reform Exegesis of the Matilda Gospels (New York, The Morgan Library and Museum, MS M492) [Paper No: 712-b]
Wife or Slave: Married Women in the Ecclesiastical Court in the Light of Records of the Archbishops of Gniezno in the 15th Century [Paper No: 1715-a]
Women According to the Lombard Laws [Paper No: 817-a]
Women and Credit in Montpellier [Paper No: 1636-b]
Women and Gender in Vandal Africa [Paper No: 1306-b]
Women as Transcultural Agents in Medieval German Literature [Paper No: 1233-a]
Women at the Boundaries of the Church in Late Antique Burgundy: Sex, Incest, and Gendered Absence [Paper No: 1106-a]
Women at the Door of Fonte Avellana: Female Religious on the Borders of Male Spiritual Space [Paper No: 828-a]
Women Hospital Officials in 15th-Century Perpignan: Catalan and Southern French Influences [Paper No: 1636-c]
Women in the Lex Burgundionum [Paper No: 1106-b]
Women on the Edge: The de Clare Sisters and the Marches of Wales, c. 1307-1333 [Paper No: 620-a]
Wouldn't It Be Nice to Marry the Luxembourger Princess?: Creating or Breaking Down the Borders? [Paper No: 1606-c]
'Yeve credens to her': Credit and Credibility in The Book of Margery Kempe [Paper No: 1730-b]