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Publications of Kristen Neuschel    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:


  1. Neuschel, K; Noble, T; Strauss, B; Osheim, D; Accampo, E, Western Civilization: Beyond Boundaries (2012)
  2. Neuschel K,, Western Civilization: The Continuing Experiment, Fourth Edition (2004), Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. (with Thomas F.X. Noble et al..)

Papers In Progress

  1. King-O'Brien, K; Mantler, G; Mullenneaux, N; Neuschel, K, Reimagining Writing in History Courses, The Journal of American History, vol. 107 no. 4 (March, 2021), pp. 942-954 [doi]
  2. Neuschel, K, Martyrs and Murderers:The Guise Family and the Making of Europe, H France, vol. 11 no. 124 (2012)
  3. Neuschel, K, "Teaching and the 'Telescoping' of History", French Historical Studies, vol. 34 no. 1 (2011), pp. 47-55, Duke University Press [doi]
  4. Neuschel, K, Graphic History: What Readers Knew and Were Told in the Quarante Tableaux of Perrissin and Tortorel, French Historical Studies, vol. 28 no. 1 (2005), pp. 175-228 [doi]
  5. Neuschel K,, The Invention of Modern War (2003) (A social, cultural and political history of war in early modern France and England which integrates perspectives from feminist theory, military and political history and cultural studies.)
  6. with Neuschel, K; Bryant, LM, French Representation of War and Ceremony, 1548-1570: From Images of Events to a National History (2003) (A co-authored study of a series of published engravings concerning the French Religious Wars; sometimes called the "Bayeux tapestry of the sixteenth century," these engravings constitute an invaluable documentary and symbolic record of political and military practices as well as of notions of legitimacy and nationhood for the time.)