• Katherine Allen Smith, “Glossing the Holy War: Exegetical Constructions of the First Crusade, c. 1095–c. 1146”
  • Rebecca Rist, “From ‘Sicut’ to ‘Turbato’ Again: ‘Papal Policy’ toward Jews in the Central Middle Ages: The Evidence Revisited”
  • John N. Crossley, “Old-fashioned versus Newfangled: Reading and Writing Numbers, 1200–1500”
  • Donald J. Kagay, “Disposable Alliances: Aragon and Castile during the War of the Two Pedros and Beyond”
  • Iva Olah, “Demons and Mages in Renaissance Florence: Ficinian Neoplatonic Magic and Lorenzo de’ Medici”
  • Robert Finlay, “The Altar Cloth of the Doge: Piety, Pride, and Politics in Renaissance Venice”
  • Tom Flanigan, “For ‘such as desire to . . . taste . . .so ravishing a Sweet Science’: Self-Help Lute Books in Early Modern England”