The Georgian Menagerie: Exotic Animals in Eighteenth-Century London, I.B. Tauris, London (2015). p.272 12 b/w illustrations.
Chapters in edited books:
Plumb, Christopher. ‘The Queens Ass’: The Cultural Life of Queen Charlotte’s Zebra in Georgian Britain. The Afterlife of Animals: A Museum Menagerie, ed. Samuel Alberti. Charlottesville: University of West Virginia Press, 2011.
Exotic Animals in Eighteenth-Century Britain (download my thesis here, please respect my intellectual copyright and cite)
Plumb, Christopher. ‘In fact, one cannot see it without laughing’: the spectacle of the kangaroo in London, 1770-1830. Museum History Journal 3 (2010): 7-32.
Plumb, Christopher. ‘Strange and Wonderful’: encountering the elephant in Britain 1675-1830. Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies 33 (2010)
Plumb, Christopher. The ‘Electric Stroke’ and the ‘Electric Spark’: Anatomists and eroticism at George Baker’s electric eel exhibition in 1776 and 1777. Endeavour 34 (2010)