- Heather Merle Benbow and Heather R. Perry, eds. Food, Culture and Identity in Germany’s Century of War. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019)
- Heather R. Perry, Recycling the Disabled: Army, Medicine, and Modernity in WWI Germany. (Manchester UP, 2014).
- Heather Perry, “Rehabilitation and restoration: Orthopaedics and disabled soldiers in Germany and Britain in the First World War,” in Medicine, Conflict and Survival , Vol. 30 (4), 2014, pp. 227-251. with Julie Anderson.
- Heather Perry. “Militarizing the Disabled: Army, Medicine, and Total Mobilization in WWI Germany” in Mike Neiberg and Jennifer Keene, eds. Finding Common Ground: New Directions in First World Studies. (History of Warfare, 62.) Brill, 2011, pp. 267-292.
- Heather Perry. “The Thanks of the Fatherland? WWI and the Orthopaedic Revolution in Disability Care,” in Cay-Rüdiger Prüll and Hans-Georg Hofer, eds. War, Trauma, and Medicine in Germany and Central Europe (1914-1939). (Neure Medizin und Wissenschaftsgeschichte: Quellen und Studien, 26.) Centaurus Verlag, 2011, pp.112-138.
- Heather Perry. “History Lessons: Selling the Dillinger Museum,” in Amy Levin, ed. Defining Memory: Local Museums and the Construction of History in America’s Changing Communities. Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press, 2007, pp.127-142.
- Heather Perry, “Brave Old World: Recycling der Kriegskrüppel während des Ersten Weltkrieges,” in Artifizielle Körper-lebendige Technik: Technische Modellierungen des Körpers in historischer Perspektive. Barbara Orland, editor. (Zürich: Chronos, 2005).
- Heather Perry, “Re-Arming the Disabled Veteran: Artificially Rebuilding State and Society in WWI Germany,” in Artificial Parts, Practical Lives: Modern Histories of Prosthetics, Katherine Ott, David Serlin, and Stephen Mimh, editors. (New York: NYU Press, 2002)
- Heather Perry, “Militarizing the Disabled: ‘Total War’ and the Economy of the Body in WWI Germany”. Globalization and Inequalities: Reflections on the Development of a Divided World, European University Institute, 11-13 June 2008.
- Editor-in-Chief, First World War Studies
- Contributing editor, The Encyclopedia of War, (Gordon Martel, editor-in-chief) (Wiley-Blackwell, Feb 2012)
Works in Progress
- Heather R. Perry, Emre Sencer, and John Deak, eds, The Central Powers in Russia’s Great War and Revolution, 1914-1922: Enemy Visions and Encounters (Slavica, in preparation for Summer 2018). A collection of essays examining how perceptions and ideas about Russia influenced the policies and goals of the Central Powers nations before, during, and after the conflicts of 1914-1922.
Current Research Projects
- Heather Perry, Feeding War: Nutrition, Health, and National Belonging in Germany, 1914-1924. Book length manuscript focusing on how health experts, nutritional scientists, and social workers sought to manage the health of Germans on the homefront in WWI.
- Heather Perry, Appalachia in the Trenches, Project examining civilian internees in WWI America.
- Heather Perry, In the Grippe of Defeat: the Influenza Pandemic in Germany, 1917-1922. Book length manuscript examining the social and cultural impact of the “Spanish flu” in Germany as political revolution, the collapse of the empire, and civil war raged across the country.