Karine Varley, ‘Ambassador Brawls with Minister’: Internal and External Crisis at the French Embassy to the Holy See in 1940′, in Rogelia Pastor-Castro, Martin Thomas and Richard Toye (eds.) Embassies in Crisis (Routledge, forthcoming)

Karine Varley, ‘”All Quiet on the French Front”: The First World War Centenary and the Challenges of Republican Consensus’Comillas Journal of International Relations, 2 (2015): 86-99

Karine Varley, ‘Entangled Enemies : Vichy, Italy and Collaboration’, in Alison Carrol and Ludivine Broch (eds.), France in an Era of Global War, 1914-1945: Occupation, Politics, Empire and Entanglements (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014): 152-170. ISBN 9781137443489

Karine Varley, ‘How should we commemorate wars? Lessons from the nineteenth century‘, History & Policy (4 August 2014)

Karine Varley, ‘War Commemorations and Politics: Lessons from the Nineteenth Century’History & Policy (January 2014)

Karine Varley, ‘Collective Amnesia and Inescapable Memories after France’s “Terrible Year” of 1870-1871’, forthcoming.

Karine Varley, ‘Vichy and the Complexities of Collaborating with Fascist Italy: French Policy and Perceptions between June 1940 and March 1942’, Modern and Contemporary France,  21: 3 (2013): 317-333

Karine Varley, ‘Between Vichy France and Fascist Italy: Redefining Identity and the Enemy in Corsica During the Second World War’, Journal of Contemporary History, 47:3 (2012): 505-527

Karine Varley, ‘Reassessing the Paris Commune of 1871: A Response to Robert Tombs, “How Bloody was the Semaine Sanglante? A Revision”’, H-France Salon, 3:1 (2011)

Karine Varley, Under the Shadow of Defeat: The War of 1870-71 in French Memory (Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008). ISBN: 0230005195

Karine Varley, ‘The Taboos of Defeat: Unmentionable Memories of the Franco-Prussian War in France, 1870-1914’, in Jenny Macleod (ed.), Defeat and Memory: Cultural Histories of Military Defeat in the Modern Era (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008): 62-80. ISBN: 0230517404

Karine Varley, ‘Contesting Concepts of the Nation in Arms: French Memories of the War of 1870-1871 in Dijon’, European History Quarterly, 36:4 (2006): 548-73

Karine Varley, ‘National Identity, Local Memory, and the “Cult” of Belfort in Franco-Prussian War Commemorations, 1870-1914’, Nottingham French Studies, special edition, Paul Smith (ed.) Irreconcilable Differences? Centre, Periphery and the Space Between in French History, 44:1 (2005): 38-50. ISBN: 0853581339

Karine Varley, ‘Memorialising the Defence of Paris: The Commemoration of the Franco-Prussian War in the Capital’, in Nigel Harkness et al. (eds.), Visions /Revisions: Essays on Nineteenth-Century French Culture (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2004) 197-213. ISBN: 0820469505

Karine Varley, ‘Under the Shadow of Defeat: The State and the Commemoration of the Franco-Prussian War, 1871-1914’, French History, 16:3 (2002): 323-44


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