Monographs



2010 Last Things: Art and the Religious Imagination in the Age of Reform, Proteus: Studies in Identity Formation in Early Modern Image-Text-Ritual-Habitat, vol. 2 (Turnhout: Brepols).
1996 Die Kunst des Fegefeuers nach der Refor­mation. Kirchliche Schenkungen, Ablass und Almosen in Antwerpen und Bologna um 1600, Berliner Schriften zur Kunst, vol. 7 (Mainz: Philipp von Zabern).

Co-Edited Books



2019 Reading Room: Re-Lektüren des Innenraums, ed. with Peter J. Schnee­mann, Birgitt Borkopp-Restle, Norberto Gramaccini, Peter W. Marx, and Bernd Nicolai (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2019).
2018 Solitudo: Spaces, Places, and Times of Solitude in Late Medieval and Early Modern Cultures, ed. with Karl A. E. Enenkel, Intersections, vol. 56 (Leiden: Brill).
2018 The Nomadic Object: The Challenge of World for Early Modern Religious Art, ed. with Mia M. Mochizuki, Intersections, vol. 53 (Leiden: Brill).
2017 Knowledge and Discernment in the Early Modern Arts, ed. with Sven Dupré, Visual Culture in Early Modernity (New York: Routledge).
2016 Sites of Mediation: Connected Histories of Places, Processes, and Objects in Europe and Beyond, 1450-1650, ed. with Susanna Burghartz and Lucas Burkart, Intersections, vol. 47 (Leiden: Brill).
2014 Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp, ed. with Bart Ramakers and Joanna Woodall, Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art 64.
2013 Religion and the Senses in Early Modern Europe, ed. with Wietse de Boer, Intersections, vol. 26 (Leiden: Brill).
2007 Spirits Unseen: The Representation of Subtle Bodies in Early Modern European Culture, ed. with Wolfgang Neuber, Intersections, vol. 9 (Leiden: Brill).
1998 “Diletto e maraviglia, piacere e stupore”: Ausdruck und Wirkung in der Kunst der Renaissance und des Barock, ed. with Ulrike Müller Hofstede, Kristine Patz, and Kaspar Zollikofer (Emsdetten and Zurich: Edition Imorde).

Online Publication



2014 Reading the Inventory: The Possessions of the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenez (1564-1632) in Antwerp. Project director: Christine Göttler; editors: Christine Göttler and Sarah Joan Moran.

Monographs in Preparation



(2019) The Worlds and Possessions of the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenez in early seventeenth-century Antwerp, ed. Sven Dupré and Christine Göttler, Cultural Histories of the Material World; in progress.
(2020) Silver, Salt, and the Sea: Peter Paul Rubens and the Global World of Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp, in progress.

Co-Edited Books in Preparation



(2020) Unruly Landscapes: Producing, Picturing, and Embodying Nature, ed. with Mia M. Mochizuki; in progress.
(2020) Materializing Identities: The Affective Values of Matter in Early Modern Europe, ed. with Susanna Burghartz, Lucas Burkart, and Ulinka Rublack; submitted.

Articles and Book Chapters



2019 “Vorwort” (with Peter J. Schneemann); “Eremitage / Einsiedelei: (Innen-)Räume der Wildnis und Wüste am vormodernen Hof”; “Unterwelt: Architekturen des Erdinnenraums zwischen Heterotopie, Dystopie und Utopie” (with Tabea Schindler); “Zeugen und Erzeugen: Chthonische Räume im Florenz der Medici”, in Reading Room: Re-Lektüren des Innenraums, ed. with Peter J. Schneemann, Birgitt Borkopp-Restle, Norberto Gramaccini, Peter W. Marx, and Bernd Nicolai (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2019).
2018 “Realms of Solitude in Late Medieval and Early Modern European Cultures: An Introduction,” in Solitudo: Spaces, Places, and Times of Solitude in Late Medieval and Early Modern Cultures, ed. with Karl A. E. Enenkel, Intersections, vol. 56 (Leiden: Brill), pp. 1–28.
2018 “‘Sacred Woods’: Performing Solitude at the Court of Duke Wilhelm V of Bavaria,” in Solitudo: Spaces, Places, and Times of Solitude in Late Medieval and Early Modern Cultures, pp. 140–176.
(2018) “Showing by Hiding: Hendrick Goltzius’s Allegory of the (Alchemical) Arts in the Kunstmuseum Basel, in Congress Proceedings; 34th Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art, Bejing 2016; in press.
2018 Imagination in the Chamber of Sleep: Karel van Mander on Somnus and Morpheus, in: Image, Imagination and Cognition, ed. Paul Bakker, Christoph Lüthy, Claudia Swan, and Claus Zittel, Intersections, vol. 55 (Leiden: Brill), pp. 147–176.
2018 “Extraordinary Things: ‘Idols from India’ and the Visual Discernment of Space and Time, circa 1600,” in The Nomadic Object: The Challenge of World for Early Modern Religious Art, ed. with Mia M. Mochizuki, Intersections, vol. 53 (Leiden: Brill), pp. 37-73.
2017 “The Art of Solitude: Environments of Prayer at the Bavarian Court,” in Art and Religious Reform in Early Modern Europe, ed. Bridget Heal and Joseph Koerner, Art History 40.2 (Special Issue, April), pp. 405-429.
2017 “Introduction: Hidden Artifices,” with Sven Dupré, in Knowledge and Discernment in the Early Modern Arts, ed. with Sven Dupré, Visual Culture in Early Modernity (New York: Routledge), pp. 1-16.
2017 “Vulcan’s Forge: The Sphere of Art in Early Modern Antwerp,” in Knowledge and Discernment in the Early Modern Arts, pp. 52-87.
2016 “‘Indian daggers with idols’ in the early modern constcamer. Collecting, picturing, and imagining ‘exotic’ weaponry in the Netherlands and beyond,” Netherlandish Art in its Global Context, ed. Eric Jorink, Frits Scholten, and Thijs Weststeijn, Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art 66, pp. 80-109.
2016 “Introduction: Sites of Mediation in Early Modern Europe and Beyond: A Working Perspective,” with Susanna Burghartz and Lucas Burkart, in Sites of Mediation: Connected Histories of Objects, Processes, and Interactions in Europe and Beyond, 1450-1650, ed. with Susanna Burghartz and Lucas Burkart, Intersections, vol. 47 (Leiden: Brill), pp. 1-20.
2016 “Sites of Art, Nature and the Antique in the Spanish Netherlands,” with Tine Meganck, in Embattled Territory: The Circulation of Knowledge in the Spanish Netherlands, ed. Sven Dupré, Bert De Munck, Werner Thomas, and Geert Vanpaemel (Ghent: Academia Press), pp. 333-369.
2014 “Trading Values in Early Modern Anterp: An Introduction,” with Bart Ramakers and Joanna Woodall, in Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp, ed. with Bart Ramakers, Joanna Woodall, Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art 64, pp. 8-37.
2014 “Wit in Painting, Color in Words: Gillis Mostaert’s Depictions of Fires,” in Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp, pp. 214-237.
2014 “Druon Antigoon, der unzerstörbare Koloss: Städtischer Raum, antiquarische Kultur und Künstlerwissen im Antwerpen des 16. Jahrhunderts,” in Skulptur und Platz. Raumbesetzung, Raumüberwindung, Interaktion, ed. Alessandro Nova and Stephanie Hanke. I Mandorli, vol. 20 (Berlin, Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag), pp. 141-172.
2014 “Imitation as Animation: The Multiple Lives of a ‘Vesperbildt’ attributed to Quinten Massys,” in The Secret Lives of Artworks, ed. Caroline van Eck, Joris van Gastel, and Elsje van Kessel (Leiden: Leiden University Press), pp. 152-175.
2013 “The Place of the ‘Exotic’ in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp,” in Looking East: Rubens’s Encounter with Asia, exh. cat., The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, ed. Stephanie Schrader (Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum, 2013), pp. 88-107.
2013 “The Alchemist, the Painter, and the ‘Indian Bird’: Joining Arts and Cultures in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp. Adriaen van Utrecht’s Allegory of Fire in the Royal Museums of Fine Arts in Brussels,” in Synergies in Visual Culture/Bildkulturen im Dialog. Festschrift für Gerhard Wolf, ed. Manuela De Giorgi, Annette Hoffmann, and Nicola Suthor (Munich: Wilhelm Fink), pp. 499-512.
2013 “Introduction: The Sacred and the Senses in an Age of Reform,” with Wietse de Boer, in Religion and the Senses in Early Modern Europe, ed. Wietse de Boer and Christine Göttler, Intersections, vol. 26 (Leiden: Brill), pp. 1-13.
2013 “The Temptation of the Senses at the Sacro Monte di Varallo,” in Religion and the Senses in Early Modern Europe, pp. 393-451.
2012 “‘Bootsicheyt’: Malerei, Mythologie und Alchemie im Antwerpen des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts: Zu Rubens’ Silen in der Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Wien”, in Erosionen der Rhetorik? Strategien der Ambiguität in den Künsten der Frühen Neuzeit, ed. Valeska von Rosen, culturae, vol. 4 (Wiesbaden: Harassowitz), pp. 259-301.