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King's College London
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Dog history, animal history, history of pet keeping
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About Me
Recent Publications
Academic Publications    

‘Little Puggies: Consuming Cuteness and Deforming Motherhood in Ferrier’s Marriage’, Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 34.3 (2022), 307–332 <>

‘In the Dog House: British Canines at Home, 1688–1832’, Home Cultures, 18.2 (2022), 129–149 <>

‘China-Pugs: The Global Circulation of Chinoiseries, Porcelain, and Lapdogs, 1660–1800’, in Oriental Networks: Culture, Commerce and Communication, 1642–1842, ed. by Greg Clingham and Bärbel Czennia (Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2020), 63–91

Mad Dogs, Sad Dogs and the “War Against Curs” in London in 1760’, Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 42.1 (2019), 101–118 <>

Freelance Writing

‘Art gone to the dogs: canine portraiture in modern Britain’, Art UK (August 2o22)                                                        

Bridgerton’s Beloved Corgi Is a Total Fraud’, Slate Magazine                                                                                     (March 2022)

Hogarth’s love for his pug was a bone of contention among critics‘, Apollo online (October 2021)                                             

‘Who’s Afraid of the Dog-Banditti?’, History Today (June 2021)                                                                                                     

Media Coverage
Country Focus
Expertise by Geography
British Isles, United Kingdom, Western Europe
Expertise by Chronology
18th century, 19th century, Early Modern, Modern
Expertise by Topic
Environment, Family, Literary History, Material Culture, Women