Works by Dr. Neil Murphy include: Negotiating Power in Valois France: Ceremonial Entries, Urban Liberties and the Character of the French Monarchy, 1328-1589 (Brill, 2016).
The Valois Court in Captivity: The Imprisonment of John II, 1356-60 (Palgrave, 2016).
Contributor to :
‘Ceremonial Entries and the Confirmation of Urban Privileges in France, c.1350-c.1550’, in Jeroen Duindam and Sabine Dabringhaus, (eds.), The Dynastic Centre and the Provinces (Leiden: Brill, 2014), pp. 160-84.
‘Building a New Jerusalem in Renaissance France: Ceremonial Entries and the Transformation of the Urban Fabric, 1460-1600’, in Katrina Gulliver and Helena Tóth, ed, Cityscapes in History: Creating the Urban Experience (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014), pp. 179-95.
‘Royal Grace, Royal Punishment: Ceremonial Entries and the Pardoning of Criminals in France, c. 1440-1560’, in Jeroen Duindam, Nimrod Hurvitz, Jill Harries and Caroline Humfress (eds.), Law and Empire: Ideas, Practices, Actors (Leiden: Brill, 2013), pp. 293-311.
‘War, Government and Commerce: The Towns of Lancastrian France under Henry V’s Rule, 1417-22’, in Gwilym Dodd, (ed.), Henry V: New Interpretations (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2013), pp. 249-72.
‘Plague Ordinances and the Management of Infectious Diseases in Northern French Towns, c.1450-c.1560’, in Linda Clark and Carole Rawcliffe, (eds.), The Fifteenth Century, Vol. XII: Society in an Age of Plague (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2013), pp. 139-59.
‘Between Court and Town: Ceremonial Entries in the Chronique of Jean Molinet’, in Jean Devaux, Estelle Doudet and Elodie Lecuppre-Desjardin (eds.), Jean Molinet et son temps (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), pp. 155-61.
‘Royal Entries in Fifteenth Century France: Welcoming Louis XI at Amiens and Tournai, 1463-64’, in Emily Jane Anderson and Jill Farquhar (eds.), Visual Exports/Imports: New Research in Medieval and Renaissance European Art and Culture (2012), pp. 260-76.