Publications

Articles

The Cultural Production of Natural Knowledge: Contexts, Terms, Themes.

co-authored with Emily Senior, Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies 36(4) (2013), Special issue on 'The Cultural Production of Natural Knowledge' (guest eds) Sarah Easterby-Smith and Emily Senior

Selling Beautiful Knowledge: Amateurship, Botany and the Marketplace in Late Eighteenth-Century France.

Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies 36(4) (2013), Special issue on 'The Cultural Production of Natural Knowledge' (guest eds) Sarah Easterby-Smith and Emily Senior

Thinking Through Things.

Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 43(1) (March 2012), pp. 208-212 [Corrected Proof, doi:10.1016/j.shpsa.2011.09.014 ]

Chapters

Cross-Channel Commerce: The Circulation of Plants, People and Botanical Culture Between France and Britian, c.1760-c.1789.

in Lise Andries, Frédéric Ogée, John Dunkley and Darach Sanfey (eds), Intellectual journeys. The translation of ideas in Enlightenment England, France and Ireland, SVEC 2013:12 (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation).

Propagating Commerce: Plant Breeding and Market Competition in London and Paris, ca. 1770-ca.1800.

in Jean-Paul Gaudillière. Daniel J. Kevles and Hans-Jorg Rheinberger (eds), Living Properties, Making Knowledge and Controlling Ownership in the History of Biology. Preprint 382 (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, 2009), pp. 11-20.

Reviews

Working papers

Credibility and Trust in Transatlantic Botanical Networks.

EUI Working Paper, MWP Red Number Series 2011/12

Other

Botanical Gardening. An 18th century study.

Warwick Vision 2015: The Research Dimension (University of Warwick, 2008), pp. 26-27.