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Sabine Clarke

Imperial Institute: the state and the development of the natural resources of the colonial empire, 1887–1923”, in J. M. Mackenzie (ed.), Imperialism and the Natural World (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1990), pp. 164–186. 52 G. Roberts and A. Simmonds, “British chemists abroad, 1887–1971: the dynamics of chemists’ careers”, Annals of Science 66 (2009), 103–128. The empire as a destination for chemists is a relatively neglected area of historical enquiry. 53 Havinden and Meredith, Colonialism and Development

in Science at the end of empire
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Africa, imperialism, and anthropology
Helen Tilley

. MacKenzie , John (ed.). 1990 . Imperialism and the Natural World . Manchester : Manchester University Press . Mackenzie , A. Fiona . 1998 . Land, Ecology and Resistance in Kenya, 1880–1952 . Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press . Macmillan , William . 1938 . Africa Emergent: A Survey of Social, Political, and Economic Trends in British Africa

in Ordering Africa
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The environment, medicine, business and radicals
John M. MacKenzie
Nigel R. Dalziel

, Ecology and Empire , pp. 87–101. 41 A more detailed account of his work can be found in John M. MacKenzie, ‘Experts and amateurs: tsetse, nagana and sleeping sickness in East and Central Africa’ in MacKenzie (ed.), Imperialism and the Natural World (Manchester 1990), pp. 187

in The Scots in South Africa
Robert G. David

books about sporting expeditions began to be published. See, for example, D. T. Hanbury, Sport and Travel in the Northland of Canada , London, Edward Arnold, 1904, and H. Whitney, Hunting with the Eskimos , London, Unwin, 1910. 103 Bullen, Fighting the Icebergs , p. 225; J. M. MacKenzie (ed.), Imperialism and the

in The Arctic in the British imagination 1818–1914
Douglas A. Lorimer

. 294–319; John MacKenzie (ed.), Imperialism and the Natural World (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1990 ). 9 Ivan Hannaford, Race: The History of an Idea in the West (Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Centre, 1996); Michael Banton, The Idea of Race (London

in Science, race relations and resistance