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Publications

1. Books

  • (i) Monographs

  • Labour at War. France and Britain, 1914-1918 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991), pp. xx + 463.
  • (with Alan Kramer), German Atrocities, 1914. A History of Denial (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2001), pp. xv + 608. German translation, Hamburger Edition, Hamburg, 2003. French translation, Editions Tallandier, Paris, 2005)
  • (ii) Edited books

  • (with Hugh Gough), De Gaulle and Twentieth Century France (London: Edward Arnold, 1994), pp. xxvi + 158, with introductory essay.
  • State, Society and Mobilization in Europe during the First World War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. xv + 292, with introductory essay. Chinese edition, Beijing, Beijing Institute of Technology Press, 2007, pp. 244.
  • Our War. Ireland and the Great War (Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2008; new edition 2012), pp. xvi + 319.
  • Companion to World War One (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pp. xxviii + 696.
  • La guerre totale: le tournant de 1914-1915 (Paris: Tallandier, 2010), pp. 343.
  • (with Robert Gerwarth), War in Peace. Paramilitary Violence in Europe after the Great War (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 256 (translated into 8 languages)
  • (with Edward Madigan), Ireland in War and Revolution, 1912-1923: Towards Commemoration (Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2013), pp. 194.
  • (with Alex Dowdall), From Sarajevo to Troy: Civilians under Siege (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. xiv + 238.
  • (with Joseph Clarke), Militarized Cultural Encounters in the Long Nineteenth Century: Making War, Mapping Europe (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. xx + 370.

2. Edited journals

  • 1978-82, co-editor, Saothar, journal of the Irish Labour History Society, with various editorials, archival contributions, etc.
  • Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains  (Paris), 183, 1996, theme issue on 'Nouvelles pistes de l'histoire urbaine,1914-18'. With introduction.
  • 14-18 Aujourd’hui-Heute-Today (Paris), 5, 2002, theme issue on ‘Démobilisations culturelles après la grande guerre’ (June 2002). With introduction.
  • European Review, 14/4, October 2006, theme issue on: ‘Crimes against Humanitarian Law: International Trials in Perspective’. With introduction.
  • (with Martha Hanna) theme issue on ‘France and the Great War,’ French Historical Studies, 39/2, April 2016.

3. Articles and chapters (* indicates peer review)

  • 'The Peasant in Nineteenth Century France, 1840-1914', The Peasant in Nineteenth Century French Art (Dublin: Trinity College, 1980), pp.17-43.
  • 'Le Comité d'Action (CGT-PS) et l' origine du réformisme syndical du temps de guerre (1914-1916)', Le Mouvement social (Paris), 122, Jan.-March 1983, pp.33-60.
  • 'A Parliamentary State at War: France, 1914-1918', in A. Cosgrove & J. I. McGuire (eds.), Parliament and Community (Irish Historical Studies, XIV; Belfast: Appletree Press, 1983), pp.211-35.
  • 'Immigrant Workers in France during World War I', French Historical Studies (Ohio), 15,1985, pp.57-88.
  • 'L' Idée de nationalisation dans les mouvements ouvriers européens jusqu' à la deuxième guerre mondiale', Le Mouvement social (Paris), 134, Jan.-March 1986, pp.11-38.
  • 'Information, opinion publique, et l' offensive Nivelle', in Images de 1917, (Paris: Musée d'Histoire Contemporaine/ Bibliothèque de Documentation Internationale Contemporaine, 1987), pp.72-9.
  • 'L' Impôt du sang: Republican Rhetoric and Industrial Warfare in France, 1914-1918', Social History (London), 14, 2, May 1989, pp.201-23.
  • 'Les Chefs au secours des patries pendant la grande guerre (France, Allemagne, Grande-Bretagne)', in L. Gervereau (ed.), Matériaux pour l' histoire de notre temps (Paris), special number on 'L' Image du pouvoir dans le dessin d' actualité', July-September 1992, pp.22-5.
  • 'La Società Britannica e la prima guerra mondiale: alcune tendenze della storiografia recente', Ricerche storiche (Florence), 21/3, Sept.-Dec. 1992, pp.577-611 (special issue on the historiography of the First World War in the principal European countries).
  • 'The Comité d' Action (CGT-Parti Socialiste) and the Origins of Wartime Labour Reformism, 1914-1916' in P. Fridenson (ed.), The French Home Front, 1914-1918 (New York & Oxford: Berg, 1992), pp.241-79. A revised translation of the 1983 article.
  • 'The State and the Challenge of Labour in France, 1917-1920' in C. J. Wrigley (ed.), Challenges of Labour: Central and Western Europe, 1917-20 (London: Routledge, 1992), pp.239-61.
  • 'Social Identity in Wartime: France 1914-1918', in T. Frazer & K. Jeffery, (eds.), Men, Women and War. (Irish Historical Studies XX; Dublin: Lilliput Press, 1993), pp.119-35.
  • 'Les Mains coupées: "atrocités allemandes" et opinion française en 1914' in Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains (Paris), 171, 1993, pp. 29-43. Also published in J.-J. Becker et al, Guerre et cultures. 1914-1918 (Paris: Armand Colin, 1994), pp.133-46.
  • {with A. Kramer} 'German "atrocities" and Franco-German Opinion, 1914: the Evidence of German Soldiers' Diaries', Journal of Modern History (Chicago), 66,1, 1994, pp.1-33. Reprinted in Michael Neiburg, ed., World War I (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005), pp. 323-55.
  • 'Soldiers, Civilians and the Warfare of Attrition: Representations of Combat in France, 1914-1918', in F. Coetzee and M. Shevin-Coetzee (eds), Authority, Identity and the Social History of the First World War (Providence, R.I., & Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1995), pp. 223-49.
  • 'L'Etranger, la guerre et l'image de <l'autre>, 1914-1918', in J.-P. Jessenne (ed.), L'Image de l'autre dans l'Europe du nord-ouest a travers l'histoire (Lille: Université Charles de Gaulle-Lille III, 1996), pp. 133-44.
  • 'Etat, société et "économie morale": l'approvisionnement des civils pendant la guerre de 1914-18', in Guerres mondiales et conflits contemporains, 183, October 1996, pp. 4-11.
  • 'Introduction: Mobilizing for 'total war': 1914-18', in J. Horne (ed.), State, Society and Mobilization in Europe during the First World War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, May 1997), pp. 1-17.
  • 'Remobilizing for 'total' war: France and Britain, 1917-18', in J. Horne (ed.), State, Society and Mobilization in Europe during the First World War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 195-211.
  • 'L'Invasion de 1914 dans la mémoire (France, Grande-Bretagne, Belgique, Allemagne)', in R. Cazals & S. Caucanas (eds.), Traces de 14-18. Actes du colloque de Carcassonne, 24-27 avril 1996 (Carcassonne: Les Audois, 1997), pp.115-26.
  • 'Socialism, peace and revolution, 1917-18', in H. Strachan (ed.), The Oxford Illustrated History of the First World War (Oxford: Oxford University Press,1998), pp. 227-38.
  • 'Democracies at War: France and Britain, 1914-1920', in 'Guerra e mutamento' , Ricerche storiche, 1998, pp. 467-87.
  • 'Smobilitazioni culturali dopo la Grande Guerra, 1919-39', Italia Contemporanea, 215, 1999, pp. 325-39.
  • 'From levée en masse to 'total war': France and the revolutionary legacy, 1870-1945' in R. Aldrich and M. Lyons (eds.), The Sphinx in the Tuileries and Other Essays in Modern French History. Papers Presented to the Eleventh George Rudé Seminar (Sydney: Department of Economic History, University of Sydney, 1999), pp. 319-37.
  • 'Corps, lieux et nation: la France et l'invasion de 1914', Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 55/1, 2000, pp 73-109.
  • With Alan Kramer 'War between soldiers and enemy civilians, 1914-15', in R. Chickering and S. Förster (eds.), How Total was the Great War? Germany, France, Great Britain and the United States, 1914-1918 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 153-68.
  • ‘Labor and Labor Movements in World War I’, in Jay Winter, Geoffrey Parker, and Mary Habeck (eds.), The Great War and the Twentieth Century (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2000), pp. 187-227.
  • 'Der Schatten des Krieges: Französische Politik in den zwanziger Jahren', in Hans Mommsen (ed.), Der Erste Weltkrieg und die europäische Nachkriegsordnung. Sozialer Wandel und Formveränderung der Politik (Cologne: Böhlau, 2000), pp. 145- 64.
  • '1848 and the Language of Politics', in Saothar, 25, 2001, pp. 67-76
  • 'Come finire la guerra? La pace e la pace , 1918-1919’, in Giampietro Berti and Piero del Negro (eds.), Al di qua e al di là del Piave. L’ultimo anno della Grande Guerra (Milan: Franco Angeli, 2001), pp. 81-90.
  • ‘Une Histoire à repenser’, in Vingtième siècle, 71, July-September 2001, pp. 67-72 (dossier on ‘Apprendre l’histoire de l’Europe’)
  • ‘German Atrocities in 1914: Fact, Fantasy or Fabrication?, History Today, April 2002, pp. 47-53.
  • ‘Locarno et la politique de la démobilisation culturelle, 1925-30’, in 14-18 Aujourd’hui-Heute-Today (Paris), 5, 2002, pp. 73-87.
  • ‘Dinant, août 1914. Enquête sur les atrocités allemandes’, L’Histoire, 270, November 2002, pp. 77-81.
  • 'Les Civils et les violences de guerre' in Annette Becker and Henry Rousso (eds.),Violences de guerre et guerres mondiales (Brussels: Editions Complexe, 2002), pp. 135-50.
  • ‘Populations civiles et violences de guerre: pistes d’une analyse historique’, International Journal of Social Science (UNESCO), 174, 2002, pp. 535-41. Also in Arabic, Chinese, English, and Spanish.
  • Documenting a Delusion: Sources and Concepts used in writing> German  Atrocities, 1914. A History of Denial (2001)’, in  Actes du colloque <La Belgique et  la première guerre mondiale: état de sources, état de la recherche> (Brussels: Archives Générales du Royaume and Musée Royal de l’Armée, 2002), pp. 273-84.
  • 'Defining the Enemy: War, Law and the Levée en Masse, 1870-1945', in Daniel  Moran and Arthur Waldron (eds.), The People in Arms: Military Myth and Political Legitimacy since the French Revolution (New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002), pp. 100-23. French translation, ‘Guerre, droit et <levée en masse> en Europe, 1870 à 1945’, in Pietro Causarono et al (eds.), Le XXe siècle des guerres (Paris: Les Editions de l’Atelier, 2004), pp. 27-40.
  • 'The Transformation of Society', in James F. MacMillan (ed.), The Short Oxford History of France, vol. 7, Modern France, 1880-2000 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004), pp. 127-149.
  • ‘Les Civils dans la guerre’, in Bruno Cabanes and Édouard Husson (eds.), Sociétés en guerre 1911-1946 (Paris: Armand Colin, 2003), pp.7-19 (interviewed by Bruno Cabanes)
  • G. Hirschfeld, G. Krumeich, and I. Renz (eds.), Enzyklopädie des Ersten Weltkrieges (Paderborn: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh, 2003). Entries on Barbaren (pp. 370-372), Edward Carson (pp. 407-408), Roger Casement (p. 408), Irland (pp. 586-589), Louis-Jean Malvy (695-696), Reims (790-791).
  • ‘Masculinity in Politics and War in the Age of Nation-States and World Wars, 1850-1950’, in S. Dudink., K. Hagemann and J. Tosh (eds.), Masculinities in Politics and War: Gendering Modern History (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004), pp. 22-40.
  • ‘« Propagande » et « vérité » dans la Grande Guerre’, in Christophe Prochasson  and Anne Rasmussen (eds.),Vrai et Faux dans la Grande Guerre(Paris: Bayard, 2004). pp. 76-95.
  • ‘Ein Laboratorium für den totalen Krieg – Heimatfronten 1914 bis 1918’, in Rainer Rother (ed.), Der Weltkrieg 1914-1918. Ereignis  und Erinnerung (Berlin: Deutches istorisches Muesum, 2004), pp.  50-57 (exhibition catalogue).
  • ‘Atrocités et exactions contre les civils’ in J.-J. Becker and Stéphane Audoin-Rouzeau (eds.),  Encyclopédie de la Grande Guerre (Paris: Editions Bayard, 2004), pp. 367-79.
  • ‘Ouvriers et l’usine de guerre’ in Becker and Audoin-Rouzeau (eds.), Encyclopédie de la Grande Guerre , pp. 601-12.
  • ‘La Grande Guerre dans l’histoire’ in Becker and Audoin-Rouzeau (eds.), Encyclopédie de la Grande Guerre , pp. 1241-52
  • ‘War and Conflict in Contemporary Europe, 1914-2004’, Zeithistorische Forschungen, 1/2 2004, pp. 347-62; republished in Konrad H. Jarausch and Thomas Lindenberger, eds., Conflicted Memories. Europeanizing Contemporary Histories (New York and Oxford: Berghahn  Books, 2007), pp. 81-95.
  • ‘Belgian Intellectuals and the German Invasion, 1914-1915’, in Michael Amara et al (eds.), Une guerre totale? La Belgique dans la Première Guerre Mondiale. Nouvelles tendances de la recherche historique (Brussels: Archives Générales du Royaume, 2005), pp. 321-333.
  • ‘L’Après-guerre: mémoire et contentieux’, in Amara et  al (eds.), Une guerre totale? La Belgique dans la Première Guerre Mondiale. Nouvelles tendances de la recherche historique (Brussels: Archives Générales du Royaume, 2005), pp. 355-361.
  • ‘The European Moment between the Two World Wars, 1924-1933’, in Madelon de Keizer and Sophie Tates (eds.), Moderniteit. Modernisme en massacultuur  in Nederland, 1914-1940 (Amsterdam: Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie, Walbeurg Pers., 2005, pp. 223-240.
  • ‘Film and Cultural Demobilization after the Great War: the Two Versions of J’Accuse by Abel Gance (1918 and 1938)’,  in Hanna Diamond and Simon Kitson (eds.), Vichy, Resistance, Liberation. New Perspectives on Wartime France  (Oxford and Providence:  Berg, 2005), pp. 131-41.
  • ‘The Origins and Nature of Fascism and Nazism in Europe’, History Ireland, 13/1, 2005, pp. 36-41
  • ‘Entre expérience et mémoire: les soldats français de la Grande Guerre’, Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 60/5, September-October 2005, pp.903- 919.
  • ‘Kulturelle Demobilmachung 1919-1939. Ein sinnvoller historischer Begriff?’, in Wolfgang Hardtwig (ed.), Politische Kulturgeschichte der Zwischenkriegszeit 1918-1939 (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2005), pp. 129-150.
  • ‘Les Milieux des sciences humaines et sociales face aux atrocités pendant et après la guerre - Henri Pirenne, Fernand van Langenhove, Marc Bloch’, in Jean-Jacques Becker (ed.), Histoire culturelle de la Grande Guerre (Paris: Armand Colin, 2005), pp. 11-19.
  • ‘Der Weg zur Somme: Deutsche Kriegführung 1914-1916’, in Gerhard Hirschfeld, Gerd Krumeich and Irina Renz (eds.), Die Deutschen an der Somme 1914-1918. Krieg, Besatzung, Verbrannte Erde (Essen: Klartext, 2006), pp. 11-20Translated into English as ‘The Road to the Somme: German War Policy 1914-1916’, in Hirschfeld et al (eds.), Scorched Earth: The Germans on the Somme 1914-1918 (Barnsley: Pen and Sword, 2009), pp. 5-16.
  • Historial de la Grande Guerre, 1916. La Bataille de la Somme/ The Battle of the Somme/ Die Schlacht an der Somme (Paris: Somogy éditions d’art, 2006), exhibition catalogue, entries on ‘L’Armée britannique’ (pp. 38-44) and ‘L’Empire britannique’ (pp. 84-88).
  • ‘World War One’ in John Merriman and Jay Winter (eds.), Europe since 1914: Encyclopedia of the Age of War and Reconstruction , vol. 5, (Detroit and New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2006), pp. 2751-2766.
  • ‘Ireland on the Somme: A Tale of Two Divisions’, History Today, 57/4, 2007, pp. 12-19.
  • ‘La Reconstruction du nord-est de la France après 1918’, Les Chemins de la  Mémoire (Ministère de la Défense, Paris), 173, June 2007, pp.  7-10.
  • ‘James Connolly and the Great Divide: Ireland, Europe and the First World War’, Saothar 31, 2006 (published Jan. 2008), pp. 75-83.
  • ‘Our War, Our History. Europe, Ireland and the Great War’, in John Horne, ed., Our War: Ireland and the Great War (Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2008), pp. 3-14.
  • ‘Defeat and Memory in Modern History’ in Jenny Macleod (ed.), Defeat and Memory. Cultural Histories of Military Defeat in the Modern Era (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), pp. 11-29.
  • ‘Demobilizing the Mind: France and the Legacy of the Great War, 1919-1939’, French History and Civilization, 2, 2009, pp. 101-19 (also on www.h-france.net).
  • ‘Guerres et réconciliations européennes au 20e siècle’, in Jean-Noël Jeanneney (ed.), Les 27 leçons d’histoire (Paris, Le Seuil, 2009), pp. 137-45 (abridged version) and in Vingtième siècle, 104, 2009, pp. 3-15 (full version).
  • (with Leonard Smith), ‘The Soldiers’ War: Coercion or Consent?’, in Jay Winter (ed.), The Legacy of the Great War Ninety Years On (Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 2009), pp. 91-122.
  • ‘Public Opinion and Politics’ in John Horne (ed.), A Companion to World War One (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pp. 279-94.
  • ‘De la guerre de mouvement à la guerre de positions: les combattants français,’ in John Horne (ed.), Vers la guerre totale: le tournant de 1914-1915 (Paris: Tallandier, 2010), pp. 77-95.
  • (with Robert Gerwarth) ‘Vectors of Violence: Paramilitarism in Europe after the Great War, 1917-1923,’ Journal of Modern History, 83, September 2011, pp. 489-512.
  • (with Robert Gerwarth) ‘Bolshevism as Fantasy: Fear of Revolution and Counter-Revolutionary Violence, 1917-1923’ in Gerwarth and Horne (eds.), War in Peace, pp. 40-51.
  • ‘Defending Victory: Paramilitary Politics in France, 1918-1926. A Counter-example,’ in Gerwarth and Horne (eds.), War and Peace, pp. 216-233.
  • ‘Introduction: captivité de guerre au XXe siècle,’ in Anne-Marie Pathé and Fabien Théofilakis (eds.), La Captivité de guerre au XXe siècle. Des Archives, des histoires, des memoires (Paris: Armand Colin, 2012), pp. 21-32; translated as ‘Introduction: Wartime Captivity in the Twentieth Century,’ in Pathé and Théofilakis (eds.), Wartime Captivity in the 20th Century: Archives, Stories, Memories (New York and Oxford: Berghahn, 2016), pp. 13-24.
  • ‘Ireland and the Wars after the Wars, 1917-1923,’ in Horne and Madigan (eds.), Ireland in War and Revolution, pp. 54-62.
  • ‘Guerres prémonitoires? Visions croisées des conflits balkaniques (1912-1913). France et Grande-Bretagne,’ Francia, 40, 2013, pp. 455-64.
  • ‘Beyond Cultures of Victory and Defeat? Inter-war Veteran Internationalism,’ in  Julia Eichenberg and Paul Newman (eds.), The Great War and Veterans’  Internationalism (Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2013), pp. 207-22.
  • ‘Atrocities and War Crimes’, in Jay Winter (ed.), Cambridge History of the First World War, vol. 1 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 561-583.
  • ‘The Living’, in Winter (ed.), Cambridge History of the First World War, vol. 3  (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 592-617.
  • ‘The Great War at its Centenary’, in Winter (ed.), Cambridge History of the First World War, vol. 3, pp. 618-639.
  • ‘Réflections pour un centenaire,’ La Revue Générale (Brussels), March-April 2014, pp. 8-21.
  • ‘Le Front’, in Vu du Front. Représenter la Grande Guerre (Paris: Musée de l’Armée/ Musée d’Histoire Contemporaine, Somogy Editions d’Art, 2014), pp. 17-28 (exhibition catalogue).
  • ‘The Global Legacies of World War One’, Current History (New York), vol. 113, November 2014, pp. 299-304; republished in Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski, Quincy Cloet and Alex Dowdall (eds.), Breaking Empires and Making Nations” The First World  War and the Reforging of Europe (Warsaw: College of Europe, Natolin Campus, 2017), pp. 291-303.
  • ‘Accepter la guerre: les mobilisations de la bienfaisance et de l’épargne en France  19141918,’ in Nicolas Beaupré, Heather Jones et Arndt Weinrich (eds.), Dans la guerre: accepter, endurer, refuser (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2015), pp. 79-101.
  • ‘Le Soldat et la mort dans la Grande Guerre: un bilan historique,’ in Isabelle Homer and Emmanmuel Pénicaut (eds.), Le Soldat et la mort dans la Grande Guerre (Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2016), pp. 13-25.
  • (with Martha Hanna), ‘France and the Great War on its Centenary’, introduction to special issue of French Historical Studies, 29/2, April 2016, pp. 233-59.
  • ‘Une expédition coloniale? L’expérience des soldats français aux Dardanelles,’ in Jean-Yves Le Naour (ed.), Front d’Orient: les soldats oubliés (Marseilles: Gaussen, 2016), pp. 17-35; and in English as ‘A Colonial Expedition? French Soldiers’ Experience at the Dardanelles,’ War and Society, XX, 2019, forthcoming.
  • ‘Von Museen im Weltkrieg zu Weltkriegsmuseen’, in Christina Kott and Bénédicte Savoy (eds.), Mars und Museum: Europaïsche Museen im Ersten Weltkrieg (Cologne: Böhlau, 2016), pp. 33-52.
  • ‘Les Visions de l’avenir du syndicalisme, 1914-1920,’ in Jean-Louis Robert (ed.), Le Syndicalisme à l’épreuve de la première guerre mondiale (Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2017), pp. 329-338.
  • ‘Nineteen Fifteen and the Totalizing Logic of the First World War’, Pera-Blätter 32,  Orient-Institut Istanbul (Bonn: Max Weber Stiftung-Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institut im Ausland, 2017), 29 pp.
  • ‘Ireland and the “Greater War”’ in John Crowley, Donal Ó Drisceoil and Mike Murphy  (eds.), Atlas of the Irish Revolution (Cork: Cork University Press, 2017), pp. 204-12.
  • ‘Patriotism and the Enemy: Political Identity as a Weapon in World War One,’ in Nico Wouters and Laurence Van Ypersele (eds.), Nations, Identities and the First World War: Shifting Loyalties to the Fatherland (London: Bloomsbury, 2018), pp. 17-39.
  • ‘Civilians under Siege from Sarajevo to Troy: Introduction’, with Alex Dowdall, in Alex Dowdall and John Horne (eds.), Civilians under Siege from Sarajevo to Troy (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 1-13.
  • ‘Mondes combattants: introduction’ in Bruno Cabanes (ed.), Une Histoire de la guerre:  XIXe –XXe siècles (Paris: Seuil, 2018), pp. 249-56.
  • ‘Introduction: Peripheral Visions – Militarized Encounters in the Long Nineteenth Century,’ (with Joseph Clarke), in Joseph Clarke and John Horne (eds.), Militarized Cultural Encounters in the Long Nineteenth Century: Making War, Mapping Europe  (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 1-21.
  • ‘”A Civilizing Work?”: The French Army in Macedonia, 1915-1918’ in Clarke and Horne (eds.), Militarized Cultural Encounters (2018), pp. 319-41.
  • ‘Expérimenter et narrer la bataille: Verdun et la Somme, 1916’ in Antoine Prost (ed.),  Les Batailles de 1916: actes du colloque international des 21, 22 et 23 juin 2016 (Paris: Presses Universitaires de Paris Sorbonne, 2018), pp. ??; also published as ‘Narrating Battle:  Verdun and the Somme, 1916’ in Nanci Adler, Remco Ensel and Michael Wintle (eds.), Narratives of War: Remembering and Chronicling Battle in Twentieth-Century Europe (London: Routledge, 2019), pp. 18-34.
  • ‘Comment sortir d’une guerre?’ in François Lagrange et al (eds.), A l’est la guerre sans fin, 1918-1923 (Paris: Gallimard-Musée de l’Armée, 2018), pp. 3-6.
  • ‘Demobilizations’ in Martin Conway, Pieter Lagrou and Henry Rousso (eds.),  Europe’s Post-War Periods: 1989, 1945, 1918: Writing History Backwards (London: Bloomsbury, 2018), pp. 9-31.
  • ‘End of a Paradigm? The Cultural History of the Great War,’ Past and Present, 242/1, February 2019, pp. 155-92.
  • ‘A World at War: 1911-1949: Conclusion’ in Catriona Pennell and Filipe Ribeiro De Meneses (eds.), A World at War, 1911-1949 (Leiden: Brill, 2019), pp. 279-30