Music in the Culture of Polish Galicia, 1772–1914 (Rochester, 2002).
Conservative Tradition in Pre-Revolutionary France: Parisian Salon Women (New York, 1999).
Musical Biography: Towards New Paradigms (Aldershot, 2006).
Polonia in Alberta, 1895–1995 (with Andrzej M. Kobos, Edmonton, 1995).
World Maps 1200–1700: A Bibliography of Scholarship on Mappaemundi and Early World Maps (with Andrew C. Gow, 1997).
ARTICLES & CHAPTERS (selected):
“Les Amies des philosophes: The Making of Enlightenment Salon in Nineteenth-century France,” French History and Civilization. Papers from the George Rudé Seminar, [containing selected papers from the 18th George Rudé Seminar in French History and Civilisation held in Auckland, New Zealand in 2012], vol. 5 (2014), 53–61.
“Chopin and the Discourse on Salons,” in Chopin in Paris: The 1830s (Warsaw: Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina/National Frederic Chopin Institute, 2009), 297–312, 297-312.
“Music, Identity and Gender in France in the Age of Sensibility,” in French History and Civilization. Selected Papers from the 2008 George Rudé Seminar, University of Melbourne.
Foreword to Franz Liszt, F. Chopin in The Collected Writings of Franz Liszt, 9 vols., ed. and trans. by Janita R. Hall-Swadley, vol. I (Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, 2011–), ix–xii.
“Chopin as a National Composer: A Story of an Appropriation,” in Foramu porando kaigiroku 2009 [Forum “Polska” 2009/Forum “Poland” 2009], ed. by Tokimasa Sekiguchi and Masachiro Taguchi (Tokyo, 2010), 12–25 (Japanese version) and 87–98 (English version).
“Musical Biography—Further Thoughts” in Music’s Intellectual History (New York: CUNY Graduate Center, Répertoire international de la littérature musicale, RILM).
“Chopin and the Parisian Salons,” in Chopin’s Musical Worlds: The 1840s (Warsaw: Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina/National Frederic Chopin Institute, 2008), 39–53.
Editor’s Introduction and chapter “The Nation’s Property: Chopin’s Biography as a Cultural Discourse,” in Musical Biography: Towards New Paradigms (Aldershot, 2006).
“Memory, History, and Meaning: Musical Biography and Its Discontents,” Journal of Musicological Research 23/1 (2004).
“The French Salon of the Old Regime as a Spectacle,” Lumen. Selected Proceedings from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies 22 (2003).
“On the Fiction of Ancients and Moderns, the Public Sphere, and Women as Agents of Corruption in Pre-Revolutionary France,” Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, vol. 28 (2002).
“Gendered Discourse as a Political Option in pre-Revolutionary France,” in Progrès et violence au XVIIIe siècle Paris, 2001).
“Deconstructing a ‘National Composer’: Chopin and Polish Exiles in Paris, 1831–1849,” 19th-Century Music 24/2 (2000).
“The Salonnières and the Philosophes in Old-Regime France: Authority of Aesthetic Judgement,” Journal of the History of Ideas 60/2 (1999).
“Organizational and Material Bases for the Development of the Amateur Musical Movement in Galicia (1772–1914),” in Contexts of Musicology (Poznań, 1998).
“Gender as a Political Orientation: Parisian Salonnières and the Querelle des Bouffons,” Canadian Journal of History 32 (December 1997).
“Galician Society as a Cultural Public, 1772–1914,” Journal of Ukrainian Studies 23/2 (1998).
“Salon Women and the Quarrels about Opera in Eighteenth-Century Paris,” The European Legacy: Toward New Paradigms 1/4 (1996).
“To What Extent Did Prince Adam Czartoryski Influence Alexander I’s ‘Jewish’ Statute of 1804?” The Polish Review 40/4 (1995).
“Antemurale of Europe: From the History of National Megalomania in Poland,” History of European Ideas 20/1–3 (1995).
“European Culture Community and Nationalisms,” in Popular Music Perspectives III (Berlin, 1995).
“Rhetoric of Mass Participation: Music and Politics in Galicia 1772–1867,” Consortium on Revolutionary Europe (Tallahassee, 1994).
“Did Rock Smash the Wall? The Role of Rock in Political Transition,” Popular Music 13/1 (1994).
“Messiahs and Critics: Ethnocentrism versus Occidentalism in Nineteenth-Century Poland,” Consortium on Revolutionary Europe (Tallahassee, 1993).
“On Some Dilemmas of Polish Post-Communist Rock Culture,” Popular Music 11/2 (1992).
“‘Gott erhalte unsern Kaiser . . .’ The Image of the World in Galician School Songbooks in the 2nd half of the Nineteenth Century,” Musique, Histoire, Démocratie, 3 vols. (Paris, 1992).
“Musical Subjects in the French Painting of the Romantic Period,” RIdIM/RCMI Newsletter (New York), 15/1 (1990).
Encyclopedia of Eastern Europe: From the Congress of Vienna to the Fall of Communism (New York, 2000).
Making History: A Global Encyclopedia of Historical Writing, 2 vols. (New York, 1998).
The Encyclopedia of the 1848 Revolutions, (1997). Available on: http://www.cats.ohiou.edu/~Chastain/