#DisMed 5: Disability and Accessibility in Higher Education - A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1142]
Breaking Down Disciplinary Borders: Connecting Historical and Archaeological Research, I - Parasites in Medieval Societies [Session No: 516]
Breaking Down Disciplinary Borders: Connecting Historical and Archaeological Research, III - Medieval Dental Calculus, A Treasure Trove of Information [Session No: 716]
Breaking Down Disciplinary Borders: Connecting Historical and Archaeological Research, V - How to Keep the Momentum Going, A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 916]
Corpus or Corpus?: Exhuming Bodies from Texts and Texts from Exhumed Bodies [Session No: 1001]
Cripping Normative Time: Being and Becoming Disabled in Medieval Europe [Session No: 1205]
Disability in Literature [Session No: 1105]
Medical Knowledge Crossing Boundaries, I: Reappropriating Medical Knowledge [Session No: 831]
Medical Knowledge Crossing Boundaries, II: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 931]
Mothers, Motherhood, and Borders in the Medieval World, I: Mothers and Medieval Literature [Session No: 1532]
Mothers, Motherhood, and Borders in the Medieval World, II: Constructing Mothers throughout Christendom [Session No: 1632]
Mothers, Motherhood, and Borders in the Medieval World, III: Medicine and the Maternal Body [Session No: 1732]
Patristics and Cognitive Sciences: Moving the Borders of Research [Session No: 1616]
Rethinking Marian Maternity: A Round Table Discussion [Session No: 1406]
Social Experiences of Disability [Session No: 1005]
The Borders of Bodily Experience [Session No: 1237]