Anonymous Knowledge, I: The Sliding Scale of Authorship [Session No: 202]
Anonymous Knowledge, II: What Difference Does an Author Make? [Session No: 302]
Books Mediating Borders in Early Medieval England [Session No: 303]
Corpus or Corpus?: Exhuming Bodies from Texts and Texts from Exhumed Bodies [Session No: 1001]
Epigraphies of Pious Travel: Pilgrims' Inscriptions, Movement, and Devotion between Byzantium and Rus' [Session No: 1307]
Framing Knowledge: Codex and Library, I - Scholarly Library Foundations [Session No: 1002]
Framing Knowledge: Codex and Library, II - One-Volume Libraries [Session No: 1102]
How to Talk to God, How to Talk about God: Late Medieval Sermons on the Boundary of Spiritual Experience, Orality, and Literacy [Session No: 639]
Languages as Barriers, Languages as Bridges: Intra- and Inter-Lingual Negotiations across Boundaries in the Late Antique and Medieval Mediterranean, I - The Eastern Fringes [Session No: 1520]
Languages as Barriers, Languages as Bridges: Intra- and Inter-Lingual Negotiations across Boundaries in the Late Antique and Medieval Mediterranean, II - The Language and Religion [Session No: 1620]
Languages as Barriers, Languages as Bridges: Intra- and Inter-Lingual Negotiations across Boundaries in the Late Antique and Medieval Mediterranean, III - The City and Its Hinterland [Session No: 1720]
Learning at the Boundary of Body and Mind: Embodied Knowledge in Late Medieval Manuals [Session No: 1337]
Linguistic Boundaries, Speaking of Borders, I: Text / Orality / Semantics [Session No: 220]
Rímur: On the Borders of Orality and Literacy [Session No: 1022]
The Rhetoric of Authority in Late Medieval England [Session No: 1304]
Writing across Borders: Scribal Practices in Galicia and Portugal during the 12th Century [Session No: 1338]