Influence, Development, Civilization: French Soft Power in Early Nineteenth-Century Eastern Europe and the World (working title) manuscript based on doctoral dissertation: “For Your Civilization and Ours: Greece, Romania, and the Making of French Universalism,” (Indiana University, Bloomington, 2016).
“‘And Mama Read with Me’: International and Familial Networks and Female Education in Early Nineteenth-Century France and the Balkans,” (article-length text).
“Audience Matters: ‘Civilization-Speak,’ Educational Discourses, and Balkan Nationalism, 1815-1840,” under review at European History Quarterly.
“How to Make Friends and Influence People: Elementary Education, French ‘Influence,’ and the Balkans, 1815- 1830s” Modern Intellectual History, forthcoming.
Evguenia Davidova, Balkan Transitions to Modernity and Nation-States. Through the Eyes of Three Generations of Merchants (1780s-1890s), Journal of Modern Greek Studies, 34:1 (May, 2016):177-178.
OPINION AND EDITORIAL PIECES
“Why All Humanists Should Go to Prison,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 30, 2016, print and online.
“Care and the Politics of Sentiment” (invited comment), The Workshop (Proceedings of the Indiana Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies) 4 (June, 2016): 70-72.
“Civilization and the Xenos” (invited comment), The Workshop (Proceedings of the Indiana Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies) 3 (June, 2015): 41-42.
SELECT ACADEMIC TRANSLATIONS (FRENCH TO ENGLISH)
Rita Hofstetter,”Building an ‘International Code for Public Education’: Behind the Scenes at the International Bureau of Education (1925-1946),” Prospects: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education, 45:1 (2015):31-48.
Rita Hofstetter, Alexandre Fontaine, Solenn Huitric, and Emmanuelle Picard, “Mapping the Discipline: History of Education,” Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 50:6 (2014): 871-880.