Charlie Steen

Professor

Photo: Charlie Steen

Email: csteen@unm.edu
Phone: (505) 277-2639
Office: Mesa Vista 2060

Education:

A.B. in History, University of New Mexico, 1964
Ph.D. in Early Modern European History, University of California, Los Angeles, 1970

Research Interests:

France, Netherlands, Early Modern Europe

Research Statement:

Cultural and intellectual history of Early Modern Europe, particularly France, Italy, and the Netherlands.

Profile:

Professor Steen began his teaching career at the University of New Mexico in 1969. In addition to teaching both Western Civilization survey course, Steen also offers a variety of upper-division undergraduate courses including the Reformation Era, the History of Europe in the 18th Century and the History of the French Revolution. Professor Steen has published five books and a variety of articles.

Recent/Select Publications:

Margaret of Parma: A Life (2013)

A Chronicle of Conflict: Tournai, 1559-1567 (1985)

The Time of Troubles in the Low Countries: The Chronicles and Memoirs of Pasquier de le Barre of Tournai, 1559-1567 (1989)

The Reign of Louis XIV, with Paul Sonnino, William Roosen, and John C. Rule, eds. (1990)

Courses:

  • Western Civilization to 1648
  • Western Civilization since 1648
  • Reform Era 1500-1600
  • Europe in the 18th Century
  • French Revolution - Napoleon 1789-1815
  • Revolution
  • Europe in the 17th Century