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Andrew S. Thompson

the several traits about imperial sex that feature in this research and identifying the areas where further work remains to be done. The themes of exploration, environment and empire are woven together in Dane Kennedy’s chapter, which clearly conveys the considerable impact of John MacKenzie’s own scholarship in this field. MacKenzie’s Empire of Nature (1988) opened up ‘a topic that had been hiding

in Writing imperial histories
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Sexuality and the writing of colonial history
Robert Aldrich

and Popular Culture, p. 109. 6 Quoted by Shephard, ‘Showbiz Imperialism ‘, p. 103. 7 John M. MacKenzie, The Empire of Nature: Hunting, Conservation and British Imperialism (Manchester, 1988), pp. 42

in Writing imperial histories
John M. MacKenzie

human history. In them it was possible to commune with a somewhat nebulous past through their ‘glorious solitudes’, inspiring a sense of disquietude bordering on fatalism. The works of hunters and forest officers abound with orotund descriptions of the atmosphere, flora and fauna of the forests, ‘the Empire of Nature’ as one put it, an imperium in imperio , a vast natural world that lay in some

in The Empire of Nature
Charles V. Reed

here, however. Most importantly, see John MacKenzie, The Empire of Nature: Hunting, Conservation and British Imperialism (Manchester, 1997 ). 58 Hough, Victoria and Albert , 163. 59 Arthur Balfour Haig to Queen Victoria, 27 August

in Royal tourists, colonial subjects and the making of a British world, 1860–1911
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Robert H. MacDonald

. 18 John M. MacKenzie, ‘The imperial pioneer and hunter and the British masculine stereotype in late Victorian and Edwardian times’, in J. A. Mangan and James Walvin, eds., Manliness and Morality: Middle-class Masculinity in Britain and America 1800–1940 , Manchester, 1987, p. 186; see also MacKenzie, The Empire of Nature: Hunting, Conservation and

in The language of empire
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An introduction
David Lambert
Peter Merriman

( Manchester : Manchester University Press , 2016 ); J. McAleer and J. M. MacKenzie (eds), Exhibiting the Empire: Cultures of Display and the British Empire ( Manchester : Manchester University Press , 2015 ); N. Chambers , Joseph Banks and the British Museum: The World of Collecting, 1770–1830 ( London : Pickering & Chatto , 2007 ). 33 J. M. MacKenzie , The Empire of Nature: Hunting, Conservation and British Imperialism ( Manchester : Manchester University Press , 1997 ); M. Jasanoff , Edge of Empire: Conquest and Collecting in the East

in Empire and mobility in the long nineteenth century
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Gordon Pirie

devices they did expedite game chases using motor vehicles. See J. M. MacKenzie, The Empire of Nature: Hunting, Conservation and British Imperialism (Manchester, 1988); P. C. Mitchell, ‘Aeroplanes and African fauna’, Spectator (1929), 502–3; L. Montagu, ‘Aviation as affecting India’, Journal of the Royal Society of Arts , 67

in Cultures and caricatures of British imperial aviation
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John M. MacKenzie

Ivor H.N. Evans, and ‘Measurements of some Sungkai and Slim, South Perak, with notes on the same’, by C. Boden Kloss with a large series of photographs of these peoples. 40 John M. MacKenzie, The Empire of Nature: Hunting, Conservation and British Imperialism (Manchester 1988

in Museums and empire
John M. MacKenzie

. 3 Willie Orr, Deer Forests, Landlords and Crofters, Edinburgh, 1982. 4 John M. MacKenzie, The Empire of Nature, Hunting, Conservation and British Imperialism , Manchester, 1988, ch. 7 ; Scott Bennett, ‘Shikar and the Raj’, South Asia , 7, 1984, pp. 72

in Imperialism and juvenile literature
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Complicating the coloniser: Scottish, Irish and Welsh perspectives on British imperialism in Asia
Andrew Mackillop

’, International History Review , 15 (1993) , 714–24; J. M. MacKenzie, ‘Empire and National Identities: The Case of Scotland’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society , sixth series, 8 (1998), 215–31 ; J. M. MacKenzie, Empires of Nature and the Nature of Empires: Imperialism, Scotland and the Environment (East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 1997) , pp. 64–5; J. M. MacKenzie, ‘Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English Worlds?’ A Four-Nation Approach to the History of the British Empire’, History Compass , 6 (2008), 1244–63 . 28 R. J. Finlay, ‘Caledonia or North Britain

in Human capital and empire