Helen Cowie Bibliography

– Conquering Nature in Spain and its Empire: 1750-1850 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011)
– Exhibiting Animals in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Empathy, Education, Entertainment (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
– Llama (London: Reaktion Books, 2017)
– Victims of Fashion: Animal Commodities in Victorian Britain (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)

Refereed Articles:
– ‘Peripheral Vision: Science and Creole Patriotism in Eighteenth-Century Spanish America’, in Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 40:3, (September 2009), pp.143-155
– ‘A Creole in Paris and a Spaniard in Paraguay: Geographies of Natural History in the Hispanic World (1750-1808)’, in Journal of Latin American Geography 10:1 (March 2011) pp.175-197
– ‘Sloth Bones and Anteater Tongues: Collecting American Nature in the Hispanic World (1750-1808)’, in Atlantic Studies 8.1 (March 2011), pp.5-27
– ‘Elephants, Education and Entertainment: Travelling Menageries in nineteenth-century Britain’, in Journal of the History of Collections 25.1 (March 2013), pp.103-117
– ‘Nature Nation and Nostalgia: Narratives of Natural History in Spanish and British America (1750-1800)’, with Kathryn Gray, University of Plymouth, in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 36.4 (December 2013), pp.545-558
– ‘ “An attractive and improving place of resort”: Zoo, Community and Civic Pride in Nineteenth-Century Britain’, in Social and Cultural History 12:3 (December 2015), pp.365-384
– ‘From the Andes to the Outback: Acclimatising Alpacas in the British Empire’, in Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 45.4 (September 2017), pp.551-579

Book Chapters:
– ‘Early Modern Science’, in Laura Sangha and Jonathan Willis, Understanding Early Modern Primary Sources (London: Routledge, 2016), pp.255-272
– ‘ “A disgusting exhibition of brutality”: Animals, the Law and the Warwick Lion Fight of 1825’, in Sarah Cockram and Andrew Wells, Interspecies Interactions: Animals and Humans Between the Middle Ages and Modernity (London: Routledge, 2018), pp.149-169
– ‘Exhibiting Animals: Zoos, Menageries and Circuses’, in Philip Howell and Hilda Kean, Handbook for Animal-Human History (London: Routledge, forthcoming)
– ‘Cultural History’, in Brett Mizelle, Mieke Roscher and Aline Steinbrecher (eds.), Handbook for Historical Animal Studies (Berlin: De Gruyter, forthcoming)
– “Un Americano en Paris y un Español en Paraguay: Las Geografias de la Historia Natural en el Mundo Hispánico (1750-1808)”, in Francisco Eissa Barroso and Ainara Vázquez Varela, Elites, Representación y Redes Atlánticas en la Hispanoamérica Moderna (Zamora: El Colegio de Michoacán, 2018), pp.215-248
– ‘Englishmen and Alpacas: William Danson, William Walton and Charles Ledger’, in Graciela Iglesias-Rogers (ed.), The Hispanic Anglosphere from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Centuries (London: Routledge, forthcoming)
– ‘Anteater’ and ‘Guinea Pig’ in Mark Thurner and Juan Pimentel (eds.), Objects of New World Knowledge: A Cabinet of Curiosities (London: University of London Press, forthcoming)
– ‘Fur, Fin and Feathers: Animals as Commodities’ in William Clarence-Smith, Jon Curry-Machado, Jean Stubbs and Jelmer Vos (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Commodity History (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming)