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2006Addressing Wealth in Renaissance Florence: Some New Soundings from the Catasto of 1427Eckstein, Nicholas; HistoryAddressing Wealth in Renaissance Florence: Some New Soundings from the Catasto of 1427, Journal of Urban History, vol.32, 5, 2006,pp 711-728
2007The Brancacci Chapel: New Questions, Hypotheses and InterpretationsEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryThe Brancacci Chapel: New Questions, Hypotheses and Interpretations in The Brancacci Chapel: Form, Function and Setting. Acts of an International Conference (Florence, Villa I Tatti, 6 June 2003), L. S. Olschki, 2007, pp. 1-13
2007The Brancacci, the Chapel, and the Mythic History of San FredianoEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryThe Brancacci, the Chapel, and the Mythic History of San Frediano in The Brancacci Chapel: Form, Function and Setting. Acts of an International Conference (Florence, Villa I Tatti, 6 June 2003), L. S. Olschki, 2007, pp. 15-36
2003"Con buona affetione": Confraternities, charity and the poor in early Cinquecento Florence",EcksteinEckstein, Nicholas; History"Con buona affetione": Confraternities, charity and the poor in early Cinquecento Florence",Eckstein in The Reformation of Charity: The secular and the religious in early modern poor relief, Brill Academic Publsihers, 2003, pp. 47-62
2016Florence on foot: An eye-level mapping of the early modern city in time of plagueEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryFlorence on foot: An eye-level mapping of the early modern city in time of plague, Renaissance Studies, vol.30, 2, 2016,pp 273-297
2016Mapping fear: Plague and perception in Florence and TuscanyEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryMapping fear: Plague and perception in Florence and Tuscany in Mapping Space, Sense, and Movement in Florence: Historical GIS and the early modern city, Routledge, 2016, pp. 169-186
2017Mapping Florence and TuscanyEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryMapping Florence and Tuscany in The Routledge History of the Renaissance, Routledge, 2017, pp. 275-286
2006Neighborhood as MicrocosmEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryNeighborhood as Microcosm in Renaissance Florence: A Social History, Cambridge University Press, 2006, pp. 219-239 + Notes Section (Pag 546 - 550)
2009Pittori, amici e vicini: The Formal and Informal Bonds of Community amongst Florentine ArtistsEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryPittori, amici e vicini: The Formal and Informal Bonds of Community amongst Florentine Artists in Sociability and its discontents: civil society, social capital, and their alternatives in late Medieval and early modern Europe, Brepols Publishers, 2009, pp. 109-128
2005“The Religious Confraternities of High Renaissance Florence: Crisis or Continuity?Eckstein, Nicholas; History“The Religious Confraternities of High Renaissance Florence: Crisis or Continuity? in Rituals, Images and Words: the Varieties of Cultural Expression in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Brepols Publishers, 2005, pp. 9-32
2009Sociability and its DiscontentsEckstein, Nicholas; Terpstra, Nicholas; HistorySociability and its Discontents in Sociability and its discontents: civil society, social capital, and their alternatives in late Medieval and early modern Europe, Brepols Publishers, 2009, pp. 1-20
2011Three Recent Studies of Italian Society and ReligionEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryThree Recent Studies of Italian Society and Religion, Journal of Religious History, vol.35, 4, 2011,pp 614-625
2005The Widows' Might. Women's Identity and Devotion in the Brancacci ChapelEckstein, Nicholas; HistoryThe Widows' Might. Women's Identity and Devotion in the Brancacci Chapel, Oxford Art Journal, vol.28, 1, 2005,pp 99-118
2004Words and Deeds, Stasis and Change: New Directions in Florentine Devotion Around 1500Eckstein, Nicholas; HistoryWords and Deeds, Stasis and Change: New Directions in Florentine Devotion Around 1500, Journal of Religious History, vol.28,(1),2004,pp 1-18