Africa and the Atlantic: Contact, Exploration, Self-Perception [Session No: 130]
Architectural Sculpture as Cultural Informant [Session No: 1301]
Borders and the Formation of Tribal Societies in Roman, Arabic, and Ottoman North Africa, 1st-16th Centuries [Session No: 1130]
Borders in Medieval Islam, II: The Mediterranean Sea and the Indian Ocean [Session No: 1323]
Borders, Governance, and Maritime Networks in the Global Middle Ages through the Eyes of Japanese and European Medievalists, I: European Islands [Session No: 134]
Borders, Governance, and Maritime Networks in the Global Middle Ages through the Eyes of Japanese and European Medievalists, II: The Indian Ocean to Japan [Session No: 234]
Building and Breaking Cultural Barriers on Medieval Mount Athos [Session No: 840]
Byzantine Borders, III: Dissolving Frontiers [Session No: 1213]
Byzantine Borders, IV: Byzantium, Post-Colonialism, and the Making of Modern Borders [Session No: 1313]
Conflicts on Medieval Atlantic Borders: The Castilian Experience [Session No: 730]
Crossing Borders in Medieval Times: Comparative Approaches to Pilgrimage Practices in the Christian, Islamic, and Buddhist Traditions [Session No: 526]
Crossing Medieval Borders: Multicultural and Contested Spaces, I - Contested Sites at the Nexus of Dynamic Border Zones [Session No: 1015]
Crossing Medieval Borders: Multicultural and Contested Spaces, II - Navigating the Multiculturalism of Borders [Session No: 1115]
Depicting the New Atlantic Borders: Between Myth and Reality [Session No: 830]
Empires without Borders: Collaboration and Rivalry between the Roman and Sasanian Empires, I - Politics and Warfare along the Mesopotamian Frontier [Session No: 525]
Empires without Borders: Collaboration and Rivalry between the Roman and Sasanian Empires, II - Exploring Political-Cultural Interaction through Identity and Exchange [Session No: 625]
Empires without Borders: Collaboration and Rivalry between the Roman and Sasanian Empires, III - Movement and Economic Interconnectivity along the Frontier [Session No: 725]
Empires without Borders: Collaboration and Rivalry between the Roman and Sasanian Empires, IV - Political Interactions in, and around, Armenia and the Caucasus Region [Session No: 825]
Encounters beyond the Border Zones: Material and Cultural Practices across the Frontier of the Long Middle Ages, 8th-15th Centuries [Session No: 1512]
Exile in the Global Middle Ages, I: Penal Concepts and Legal Practices [Session No: 505]
Exile in the Global Middle Ages, II: Amnesty and Reconciliation [Session No: 605]
Fringe Expertise?: Occult Practices and Authority in Pre-Modern Eurasia, II - Narration and Representation [Session No: 630]
Global Saints, Global Holiness: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1342]
In the Middle of What?: Period Boundaries in Medieval Studies, II [Session No: 314]
Integrating Genetic, Archaeological, and Historical Perspectives on Eastern Central Europe, 400-900 (HistoGenes), II: Steppe Peoples between the Local and the Global [Session No: 601]
Literature Crossing Borders [Session No: 835]
Moving Byzantium, II: Beyond the Borders of Byzantium - New Rome and Its Near and Far East [Session No: 613]
Moving Saints, II: Transmitting and Re-Negotiating Saint Veneration in Religious Contact Zones [Session No: 1629]
Noblewomen Network, II: Politics, Power Relations, and Strategies [Session No: 206]
On the Borders of Jewish Identity: Cultural Encounters between Christians and the Betä Ǝsra'el (Ethiopian Jews) [Session No: 524]
Rethinking the Medieval Frontier, II: Making (Up) the Frontier [Session No: 315]
Self and Other on the Frontier [Session No: 1538]
The Caucasus: A Region of Borders?, I - The Caucasus as Political Borderland [Session No: 1214]
The Caucasus: A Region of Borders?, II - The Caucasus as a Zone of Cultural Interaction [Session No: 1314]
Transcending and Constructing Religious Spaces: Pilgrimage in Medieval Japan and Europe [Session No: 318]
Trust across Borders, I [Session No: 1630]
Trust across Borders, II [Session No: 1730]