Associate Professor of History
Dr. Neuschel concentrates on late medieval and early modern France and Europe. Her current research focuses on war and culture in northern Europe between 1400 and 1600. She teaches courses in the history of war, of gender relations and surveys of the history of medieval and early modern Europe.
Evaluating the impact of cultural models and biomarkers of fatherhood on child well-being among central African foragers and farmers awarded by University of Notre Dame (Co-Principal Investigator). 2015 to 2018
Living by the Sword: The Changing Culture of War, 1400-1600 awarded by Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2007
Neuschel, K. “Martyrs and Murderers:The Guise Family and the Making of Europe.” H France 11 (2012).
Benedict, P., L. M. Bryant, and K. B. Neuschel. “Graphic history: What readers knew and were taught in the Quarante tableaux of Perrissin and Tortorel.” French Historical Studies 28, no. 1 (March 1, 2005): 175–228.
Neuschel, K., and Lawrence M. Bryant. “French Representation of War and Ceremony, 1548-1570: From Images of Events to a National History,” 2003.
Neuschel K, Lawrence M. “The Invention of Modern War,” 2003.