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Kristen Neuschel, Associate Professor, History

Kristen Neuschel
Contact Info:
Office Location:  233 Carr Building
Office Phone:  (919) 684-2437
Email Address: send me a message

Teaching (Spring 2020):

  • HISTORY 703S.01, FOCUSING ON TCHNG & PEDAGOGY Synopsis
    Class Bldg 229, Th 01:25 PM-03:55 PM
Education:

Ph.D.Brown University1982
M.A.Brown University1982
MABrown University1975
B.A.Denison University1973
Specialties:

Medieval and Early Modern History
Military History
European and Russia
Research Interests:

Dr. Neuschel concentrates on early modern France and social history of early modern Europe. She has recently published Word of Honor: Interpreting Noble Culture in Sixteenth Century France. Her current research focuses on power relations and gender roles in the nobility in sixteenth-century France. She also is interested in, and teaches courses in, modern European women's history.

Keywords:

Europe • France • History • Early Modern • Gender • Women's History

Current Ph.D. Students  

  • James Stutler  
Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Neuschel, K, Martyrs and Murderers:The Guise Family and the Making of Europe, H France, vol. 11 no. 124 (2012)
  2. Neuschel, K; Noble, T; Strauss, B; Osheim, D; Accampo, E, Western Civilization: Beyond Boundaries (2012)
  3. Neuschel, KB, Teaching and the "telescoping" of history, French Historical Studies, vol. 34 no. 1 (December, 2011), pp. 47-55, Duke University Press [doi]
  4. Benedict, P; Bryant, LM; Neuschel, KB, Graphic history: What readers knew and were taught in the Quarante tableaux of Perrissin and Tortorel, French Historical Studies, vol. 28 no. 1 (March, 2005), pp. 175-228
  5. Neuschel K,, Western Civilization: The Continuing Experiment, Fourth Edition (2004), Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. (with Thomas F.X. Noble et al..)