Piotr S. Gorecki (University of California, Riverside), Irreducible ambiguity: interethnic coexistence in a medieval society
Przemyslaw Wiszewski (University of Wroclaw), Between social memory and politics. Multiethnicity on borderlands between Germany, Czech and Poland
Jurgita Siauciunaité - Verbickiene (Vilnius University), Reception of Wster and Central European models of coexistence in multi-ethnic society in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Jan Zdichynec (Charles University, Prague), Religion and ethnicity in the Lands of the Crown of Bohemia at the turn of Late Middle Ages and Early Modern times. Examples of Legislative and Historiography
Dovile Troskovaite (Vilnius University), Town as an area of inter-ethnic communication. The case of Jews and Karaites in the 17-18th centuries Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Paula Pinto-Costa (Universidade do Porto), Between Portugal and Latin East: how the military orders deal with the multiethnic challenge in the Medieval times?
Jesús Brufal Sucarrat (Universitat de Lleida), Is there an Archaeology of Multiethnicity?
Daniel Bagy (University of Pécs), Ethnical Conflicts and Ethnical Cohesion in Narrative Sources in Medieval Hungary (11-13th Century)
Luciano Gallinari (Istituto di Storia dell'Europa Mediterranea-ISEM), Barbarians / Pagans / Saracens... useful concepts to imagine a multi-cultural and multi-faith society in Early Medieval Sardinia? Historiographical and methodological reflections
Cosmin Popa-Gorjanu (Universitatea "1 Decembrie 1918" Alba Iulia), Economic and social aspects in multi-ethnic Transylvania during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries
Andrezej Pleszczynski (Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie), Factors integrating and disintegrating the communities of Red Ruthenia after its incorporation into the Kingdom of Poland in the mid of 14th century
Grzegorz Mysliwski (University of Warsaw), Armenians in the socio-economic life of the cities of the Kingdom of Poland (mid 14th - early 16th century)
Junko Kume (Tokyo for Foreign Studies), Arte en el Toledo medieval: convergencias y divergencias
Filomena Barros (Universidade de Évora), Multiethnicity and daily live in Medieval Portugal