Books in Preparation

Carlisle, Rachel M. Picturing German Antiquity in the Age of Print: Art, Archaeology, and the Style All’antica in Early Modern Augsburg.

Refereed Journal Articles

Carlisle, Rachel M. “Konrad Peutinger, Jörg Breu, and Festina Lente: An Origin of the Early Modern Emblem in the Prayer Book of Maximilian I.” Source: Notes in the History of Art 41, no. 2 (2022): 88-98.

Carlisle, Rachel M. “From ‘Art of Memory’ to Naturalism: Andrea Alciato and the Development of the Early Modern Emblem.” Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 49 (2018): 165-187.

Invited Essays

Carlisle, Rachel M. “Two New Putti for the Fugger Chapel of St. Anna in Augsburg.” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Europäische Kulturgeschichte 27 (2022): 33-51.

Conference Proceedings

Carlisle, Rachel M. “Les rondels néerlandais teintés au jaune d’argent de Dirck Vellert (1530-1540).” In L’invention partagée, edited by Laurence Riviale and Jean-François Luneau, 257-267. Translated by Laurence Riviale. Clermont-Ferrand: Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal, 2019.


Carlisle, Rachel M. Review of Early Colour Printing: German Renaissance Woodcuts at the British Museum, by Elizabeth Savage. Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 53 (2022): 269-71.

Carlisle, Rachel M. Review of “Arkyves.” Early Modern Digital Review 3, no. 3 (2020): 266-9.

Pedagogical Resources

Carlisle, Rachel M. “Hans Memling, Diptych of Maarten van Nieuwenhove.” Smarthistory (November 21, 2022).

Web-based Publications

Carlisle, Rachel M. “The Silver-Stained Roundels of Dirck Vellert, 1530-1540: An Artistic Response to New Urban Wealth in the Early Sixteenth-Century Netherlands.” Vidimus (January 2018).

Masters, Rachel. “A Didactic Legend in Glass: Netherlandish Silver-Stained Roundels Depicting Scenes from the Book of Tobit.” Vidimus (December 2015).

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