Books & Chapters
Planta Sapiens: Unmasking Plant Intelligence with Paco Calvo (Little Brown) will be out in August 2022
The Nature of the Beast: monstrous creatures and our imaginations for Orion will be out late 2022
Early biogeographies and symbolic use in Europe in the 16th-18th centuries’, in IUCN 's Pangolins: Science, Society and Conservation, Elsevier, 2020
'Making Monsters in Early Modern Europe', Worlds of Natural History, Cambridge University Press, 2018
'Early biogeographies and symbolic use in Europe in the 16th-18th centuries', in D.W.S. Challender, H. Nash, C. Waterman and C. R. Shepherd (eds.), Pangolins: Science, Society and Conservation, Elsevier, 2019
Magazine & Online
'Hawkmoth', A Nightingale Sang, New Networks for Nature, November 2018
'Decoding the Morse: The History of 16th-Century Narcoleptic Walruses', Public Domain Review, 2017
‘Plumed wonders and ornithological passions (review of Drawn from Paradise: The Natural History, Art and Discovery of the Birds of Paradise, Attenborough & E. Fuller (2012); Ten Thousand Birds:
Ornithology since Darwin, T. Birkhead, J. Wimpenny, B. Montgomerie (2014))’, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C (2014).
‘Entrepreneurial knowledge-making: Review of Commercial Visions, Science, Trade and Visual Culture in the Dutch Golden Age, Dániel Margócsy, University of Chicago Press, 2014’, Endeavour(2015).
'Enenkel, Karl A. and Smith, Paul J. (editors). Zoology in early modern culture: intersections of science, theology, philology, and political and religious education: volume 32', review, Archives of Natural History, (2016).