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Selected articles and chapters by John M. MacKenzie:

‘The Scottish Deathscape in South Asia: Madras and Ceylon’, Journal of Indian Ocean World Studies (online), Vol.5 No.2 (January 2021), pp.215-41. Preface/Introduction to Ișil Tombul (ed.), Handbook of Research on Contemporary Approaches to Orientalism in the Media and Beyond (Hershey, Penn., IGI Global Publishing, 2020). ‘Documents in Stone: Records of Lives and Deaths of Scots Abroad and in Scotland’ in Nicholas Evans and Angela McCarthy, Death in the Diaspora  (Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2020), pp. 176-200. Editorial Introduction: ‘Stability and Instability in Macro and Micro Contexts’ in Britain and the World, 13, 2 (September 2020), pp. 101-104. ‘The Distinctive Scottish Diaspora’ in Marie Ruiz, Bridging Boundaries in British Migration History: In Memoriam Eric Richards. Publication arising from a conference in Amiens in 2018.  Publisher: Anthem Press, 2020. Editorial Introduction: ‘The complex circuit boards of empire’ in Britain and the World, 13, 1 (March 2020), pp.1-5. ‘Sub-Saharan Africa’ (co-authored with Georgina M. Montgomery) in The Cambridge History of Science, vol.8, 2020. ‘Collecting and the Trophy’ in Henrietta Lidchi and Stuart Ward (eds.), Dividing the Spoils (Manchester, MUP 2020). ‘Representations and Misrepresentations’: Editorial Introduction, Britain and the World, 12, 2 (September 2019), pp. 125-129. ‘The End of Empire and the Four Nations’ in Berny Sѐbe and Matthew Stanard (eds.), Decolonising Europe (London, Routledge 2020). ‘Inclusion and Exclusion’, Editorial Introduction, Britain and the World, 12, 1 (March 2019), pp. 1-4. ‘The Orientalism Debate’ in William Greenwood and Lucien de Guise (eds), Inspired by the East: how the Islamic world influenced Western art, (London, British Museum, exhibition catalogue, 2019), pp. 16-29. ‘Imperial Networks’, Editorial Introduction, Britain and the World, 11.2 (2018), pp. 149-152. The British Empire – Ramshackle or Rampaging’ in Wm. Roger Louis (ed.), Effervescent Adventures with Britannia: Personalities, Politics and Culture in Britain (London, I.B. Tauris and Austin, Texas, Harry Ransom Centre, 2017), pp. 281-292. Shortened version of JICH article of 2015. ‘The Local and the Global: Understanding the multiple contexts of Cunninghame Graham’ in Carla Sassi and Silke Strohe (eds.), Empires and Revolutions:  Cunninghame Graham and his contemporaries (Glasgow, Scottish Literature International 2017), pp.15-31. ‘”Bogeys” Past and Present’, Editorial introduction to Britain and the World, Vol X, no 2 (September 2017), pp. 131- 134. ‘Presbyterianism and Scottish Identity in Global Context’, Britain and the World, Historical Journal of the British Scholar Society, Vol. X, no. 1 (March 2017), pp. 88-112. ‘War, Police, Identities, and Female Migration: the Complex interacting Ethnicities of the British Empire’, editorial introduction, Britain and the World, Vol. X, no. 1 (March 2017), pp. 1-5. ‘Scottish Orientalists, Administrators and Missions: a Distinctive Scots approach to Asia?’ in T.M. Devine and Angela McCarthy (eds.), The Scottish Experience in Asia, c. 1700 to the present: Settlers and Sojourners (London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 51-73. ‘Culture and British Imperialism in the nineteenth century’, in Zak Cope and Immanuel Ness (eds.), Palgrave Encyclopedia of Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism (online), 2016. ‘Brexit: the View from Scotland’, Round Table, Vol. 105 (5), October 2016, pp. 577-79. ‘The First World War and the cultural, political and environmental transformation of the British Empire’, chapter in Michael J.K. Walsh and Andrekos Varnava (eds.), The Great War and the British Empire: Culture and Society (London and New York, Routledge, 2016), pp. 23-38. ‘British Ethnicities and Their Rivals from the Nineteenth Century to Today’, Editorial Introduction to Britain and the World, Historical Journal of the British Scholar Society, Vol. IX, no. II (September 2016), pp. 161-166. ‘Empires and States in Expansion and Contraction’, an introduction to Britain and the World, the Journal of the British Scholar Society, Vol. IX, no. 1 (March 2016). Introduction (with Angela McCarthy) to Global Migrations: the Scottish Diaspora since 1600 in McCarthy and MacKenzie (eds.), (Edinburgh UP, 2016) pp. 10-22. Also, ‘A Tribute to Tom Devine’ (with Angela McCarthy, pp. 1- 9) and ‘Scottish diasporas and Africa’ (pp. 63-80). ‘Empire From Above and From Below’ in Antoinette Burton and Dane Kennedy (eds.), How Empire Shaped Us (London, Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 37-47. Introduction to (and multiple entries in) the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Empire (Chichester, West Sussex; Oxford; Malden MA, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2016), pp. lxxxvii-cxiv. ‘The British Empire: Ramshackle or Rampaging? A Historiographical Reflection’ in Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, vol. 43, 1, March 2015, pp. 99-124. ‘A Tribute to Eric Richards’ in Andrekos Varnava (ed.), Imperial expectations and realities: El Dorados, utopias and dystopias (MUP, 2015), pp. 248-257. ‘European Imperialism: a Zone of Cooperation rather than Competition?’ in Volker Barth and Roland Cvetkovski (eds.), Imperial Cooperation and Transfer, 1870-1930: Empires and Encounters (London, Bloomsbury, 2015), pp. 35-53. Introduction (with John McAleer) to McAleer and MacKenzie (eds.), Exhibiting the Empire: Cultures of Display and the British Empire (MUP 2015), pp. 1-17. ‘Exhibiting Empire at the Delhi Durbar of 1911: imperial and cultural contexts’ in McAleer and MacKenzie (eds.), Exhibiting the Empire: Cultures of Display and the British Empire (MUP 2015), pp. 194-219. ‘Afterword’ in Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History special issue on ‘Decolonising Imperial Heroes’, XLII, 5 (December 2014), pp. 969-979. ‘The Four Nations: England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the British Empire’ in Newsletter of the Japan Society for Celtic Studies, vol. 21, no. 1 (May 2014, pp. 4-8 (printed version of lecture delivered in Nagasaki, March 2014) and second instalment in idem, Vol. 21, No. 2, July 2014. ‘Analysing “Echoes of Empire” in Contemporary Context: the Personal Odyssey of an Imperial Historian (1970s – Present)’, in Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sèbe, and Gabrielle Maas (eds.), Echoes of Empire: Memory, Identity and Colonial legacies (London, I.B. Tauris, 2014), pp. 189-206. ‘Empire Travel Guides and the Imperial Mind-Set from the Mid-Nineteenth to the Mid-Twentieth Centuries’ in Martin Farr and Xavier Guégan (eds.), The British Abroad Since the Eighteenth Century, Vol. 2, Experiencing Imperialism  (Houndmills, Palgrave, 2013), pp. 116-133. ‘Cultural, Intellectual and Religious Networks: Britain’s maritime exchanges in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’, in Miles Taylor (ed.), The Victorian Empire and Britain’s Maritime World, 1837-1901 (Houndmills, Palgrave, 2013), pp. 64-81. ‘David Livingstone – Prophet or Patron Saint of British Imperialism in Africa; Myths and Misconceptions’ in Scottish Geographical Journal, vol. 129, nos 3-4, September-December 2013, pp. 277-291. ‘Introduction: A Meditation on Environmental History’ in Karl Hele (ed.), The Nature of Empires and the Empires of Nature: Indigenous Peoples and the Great Lakes Environment (Waterlook, Ontario, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2013), pp. 1-21. ‘2013: The Year of David Livingstone’ in African Research and Documentation, no. 120 (2012), pp. 33-37. ‘Afterword’ in Andrew S. Thompson (ed.), Writing Imperial Histories (Manchester University Press, 2013), pp. 268- 274. ‘Orientalism in Arts and Crafts Revisited; the modern and the anti-modern: the lessons from the Orient’ in Ian R. Netton (ed.), Orientalism Revisited: Art, Land and Voyage (London, Routledge 2013), pp. 117-127. ‘Musées et impérialisme: appropriations, science et espace public bourgeois’ in Fabrice Bensimon and Armelle Enders (dir.), Le Siècle Britannique. Variations sur une suprématie globale au XIXe siècle (Paris, Presse de L’Universities Paris-Sorbonne, 2012). ‘Museen in Europa’ in Pim den Boer, Heinz Duchhardt, George Krels, Wolfgang Schmale (Hrsg), Europäische Erinnerungesorte 3: Europa und die Welt (Oldenbourgh Verlag München 2012), 187-194. ‘Introduction’ (with T.M. Devine) to Scotland and the British Empire (OUP 2011), pp. 1-29. ‘Scots and the Environment of Empire’ in Scotland and the British Empire (OUP 2011), pp. 147-175. ‘Scots in the Imperial Economy’ (with T.M. Devine) in Scotland and the British Empire (OUP 2011), pp. 347-254. Guest co-editor of three issues of the journal Immigrants and Minorities : ‘Scots Abroad: the New Zealand Scots in International Perspective’, Parts I, II, III, July 2011, November 2011 and March 2012. ‘The New Zealand Scots in International Perspective: An Introduction’, with Brad Patterson, Immigrants and Minorities, 29, 2 (July 2011), pp. 147-153. ‘Scots in New Zealand and Elsewhere in the British Empire: an International Perspective’, Immigrants and Minorities, 29, 2 (July 2011), pp. 154-174. ‘Introduction’ to MacKenzie (ed.), European Empires and the People, 2011, pp. 1-18. ‘Passion or indifference: popular imperialism in Britain, continuities and discontinuities over two centuries’, in European Empires and the People, 2011, pp. 57-89. ‘Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English Worlds? The Historiography of a Four Nations Approach to the History of the British Empire’, in Catherine Hall and Keith McClelland (eds.), Race, nation and empire: making histories, 1750 to the present (Manchester, MUP, 2010), pp. 133-153. ‘La Chasse: un sport impérial?’ in Pierre Singaravelou and Julien Sorez (eds.), L’Empire des Sports; Une histoire de la Mondialisation Culturelle (Paris, Belin, 2010), pp. 139-152. ‘Scotland and Empire: Ethnicity, Environment and Identity’, Northern Scotland, 1 (2010), pp. 12-29. ‘Scots and Imperial Frontiers’, Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 3 (1), Autumn 2009, pp. 1-17. ‘Some Reflections on Aspects of Modernity’ in Trevor Harris (ed.), Art, Politics and Society in Britain (1880-1914): Aspects of Modernity and Modernism (Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009), pp. 1-19.  ‘The Imperial Exhibitions of Great Britain’ in Pascal Blanchard et al, Human Zoos: Science and Spectacle in the Age of Colonial Empires, Liverpool University Press, 2008, pp. 259-268.  ‘Liverpool and empire – the revolving door?’ in Sheryllynne Haggerty, Anthony Webster and Nicholas J. White (eds.), The empire in one city? Liverpool’s inconvenient imperial past, MUP, 2008, pp. 210-27. ‘Making Black Scotsmen and Scotswomen? Scottish Missionaries and the Eastern Cape in the Nineteenth Century’ in Hilary M. Carey (ed.), Empires of Religion, Houndmills, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, pp. 113-36. ‘Empire and Popular Culture in Edwardian Britain and Wilhelmine Germany’ in Dominik Geppert and Robert Gerwaeth (eds.), Wilhelmine Germany and Edwardian Britain: Essays in Cultural Affinity, OUP, 2008, pp. 91-113. ‘Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English Worlds? A Four-Nation Approach to the History of the British Empire’, History Compass (on-line journal www.history-compass.com), Vol. 6, issue 5, 2008, pp. 1244-1263, Blackwell Publishing. Review Article: ‘Photography and Colonialism’ in African Research and Documentation, no. 103, 2007, pp. 83-87. ‘Orientalism and the Architecture of Leisure in Britain’ in Paolo Amalfitano and Loretta Innocenti (eds.), L’Oriente: Storia di una figura nelle arti occidentali (1700-2000), Vol. I ‘Dal Settecento al Novecento’, Rome, Bulzone Editore 2007, pp. 657-672. ‘Nelson the Hero and Horatio the Lover: Projections of the Myth in Canada, the Cinema and Culture’ in Holger Hoock (ed.), Trafalgar, 1805–2005: History, Commemoration, and National Preoccupation, Oxford 2007 for the British Academy, pp. 65-80. ‘Imperialism’ in Gordon Martel (ed.), A Companion to International History 1900–2001, Oxford, Blackwell, 2007, pp. 13-25. ‘The British World and the Complexities of Anglicisation: the Scots in Southern Africa in the Nineteenth Century’ in Kate Darian-Smith, Patricia Grimshaw and Stuart McIntyre (eds.), Britishness Abroad: Transnational Movements and Imperial Cultures, Melbourne 2007, pp. 109-30. ‘”To Enlighten South Africa”: the Creation of a Free Press at the Cape in the Early Nineteenth Century’ in Chandrika Kaul (ed.), Media and the British Empire, London, Palgrave Macmillan 2006, pp. 20-36. ‘Another Little Patch of Red’ in History Today, 55, 8 (August 2005), pp. 20-26. ‘Empires of Travel: British Guide Books and Cultural Imperialism in the 19th and 20th Centuries’ in John K. Walton (ed.), Histories of Tourism: Representation, Identity and Conflict, Channel View Publications, Clevedon, Buffalo, Toronto, 2005, pp. 19-38. Entries on southern Africa and Zimbabwe in Kevin Shillington (ed.), Encyclopedia of African History, Fitzroy Dearborn, 2005, 3 vols. Introduction to MacKenzie (ed.), Peoples, Nations and Cultures, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2005, pp. 7-14. ‘Imperios del viaje: Guias de viaje británicas e imperialismo cultural en los siglos XIX y XX’ in Ricardo Salvatore (compilador), Culturas Imperiales: Experiencia y representación en América, Asia y Africa, Buenos Aires, Beatriz Viterbo Editora, 2005, pp. 213-41. ‘Nelson Goes Global: the Nelson Myth in Britain and Beyond’ in David Cannadine (ed.), Admiral Lord Nelson: Context and Legacy, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, pp. 144-65. ‘”This Year’s Forest is Next Year’s Fire”: the Colonial Official and the Environment’ in Terry Barringer (ed.), How Green Was Our Empire (Occasional Paper of the OSPA research project, Institute of Commonwealth Studies 2005), pp. 7-21. Review Article, ‘Green Pasts and Presents: the paradox of environmental histories and the current anxieties of damage and destruction’ in Barringer (ed.), How Green Was Our Empire, pp. 145-151. ‘Lakes, rivers and oceans: Technology, ethnicity and the shipping of empire in the late nineteenth century’ in Nigel Rigby (ed.), Maritime Empires, London, Boydell and Brewer, 2004, pp. 111-127 ‘The press and the dominant ideology of empire’ in Simon Potter (ed.), Newspapers and empire in Ireland and Britain: reporting the British empire, c. 1857-1921, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2004, pp. 23-38. Introduction to the 10th Anniversary Issue of Environment and History, 10.4 (2004), pp. 1-7. ‘A Scottish Empire? The Scottish diaspora and interactive identities’ in Tom Brooking and Jennie Coleman (eds.), The Heather and the Fern: Scottish Migration and New Zealand Settlement, Dunedin, University of Otago Press, 2003, pp. 17-32. ‘Covert and Overt Propaganda: the British, the Empire, and Foreign Affairs since the 1870s’ in Christian Haase (ed.), Debating Foreign Affairs: the Public and British Foreign Policy since 1870, Berlin/Vienna, Philo, 2003, pp. 26-39. ‘Le esposizioni imperiali in Gran Bretagna’ in Sandrine Lemaire et al (eds.), Zoo Umani: Dalla Venere ottentotta ai reality show, Verona, Ombre Corte, 2003, pp. 107-117. ‘Missionaries, science and the environment in nineteenth-century Africa’ in Andrew Porter (ed.), The Imperial Horizons of British Protestant Missions, 1880-1914. Grand Rapids, Michigan and Cambridge, Eerdmans, 2003, pp. 106- 130. Entry on ‘Imperialism’ in Karen Christensen and David Levinson (eds.), Encyclopedia of Community: from the Village to the Virtual World, London, Sage Publications, 2003, volume 2, pp. 639-645. ‘Les expositions impériales en Grande-Bretagne’ in Nicolas Bancel et al, Zoos Humains: de la véns hottentote aux reality shows, Paris, Editions la Découverte, 2002, pp. 193-202. Introduction to The Victorian Vision: Inventing New Britain, London, V&A Publications, 2001, pp. 8-25. ‘The Global Gaze’ in The Victorian Vision, pp. 241-263. ‘People and Landscape: the Environment and National Identities in Museums’ in Darryl McIntyre and Kirsten Wehner (eds.),  Negotiating Histories, Conference Proceedings, Canberra, National Museum of Australia, 2001, pp. 173- 182. ‘The Persistence of empire in metropolitan culture’ in Stuart Ward (ed.), British Culture and the End of Empire, Manchester University Press, 2001, pp. 21-36. ‘The Iconography of the Exemplary Life: the Case of David Livingstone’ in Geoffrey Cubitt and Allen Warren (eds.), Heroic Reputations and Exemplary Lives, Manchester UP, 2000, pp. 84-104. ‘Orientalism: a Revisionist View’ in Middle Eastern Lectures, 3 (edited by Martin Kramer), 1999, pp. 111-29 (the fifteenth Georges A. Kaller Lecture) ‘”The Second City of the Empire”: Glasgow, imperial municipality’ in Felix Driver and David Gilbert (eds.), Imperial Cities: Landscape, Display and Identity, Manchester UP, 1999, pp. 215-237. ‘Empire and Metropolitan Cultures’ in Andrew Porter (ed.), The Oxford History of the British Empire: the Nineteenth Century, Vol. III, Oxford, 1999, pp. 270-293. ‘The Popular Culture of Empire in Britain’ in Judith M. Brown and William Roger Louis (eds.), The Oxford History of the British Empire: Twentieth Century, Vol. IV, Oxford, 1999, pp. 212-231. ‘India’s Role in the Victorian Concept of Empire’ in Franz Bosbach and Hermann Hiery (eds.), Imperium / Empire / Reich: an Anglo-German Comparison of the Concept of Rule, Munich, K.G. Saur, 1999, pp. 119-132. ‘The Royal Commonwealth Society Library’ in Peter Fox, Cambridge University Library: the Great Collections, Cambridge University Press, 1998, pp. 166-84. ‘Empire and National Identities: the case of Scotland’ in Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 6th series, VIII, 1998, pp. 215-31. 'Empire and the Ecological Apocalypse: the historiography of the imperial environment' in Tom Griffiths and Libby Robin (eds.), Ecology and Empire, Edinburgh, 1997, pp. 215-228. 'Art and the Empire' in P.J. Marshall (ed.), The Cambridge Illustrated History of the British Empire, Cambridge U.P. 1996, pp.296-316. 'David Livingstone and the Worldly After-life:  Imperialism and Nationalism in Africa' in John M. MacKenzie (ed.), David Livingstone and the Victorian Encounter with Africa, National Portrait Gallery, London, 1996, pp. 203-216. ‘Imperialism and popular culture: a historiographical essay’ in Vera and Ansgar Nünning, Intercultural Studies: Fictions of Empire, anglistik und englischunterricht, Heidelberg, Universitätsverlag, 1996, pp. 33-50. Review Article, ‘Tom Griffiths, Hunters and Gatherers, the Antiquarian Imagination in Australia’ in Metascience, New Series, 9, (1996), pp.73-77. `A Reply to My Critics', Nineteenth Century Contexts, Vol. 19 (1995), pp. 91-100. `The Bad, the Indifferent and the Excellent:  a Crop of Imperial Biographies' (review article), Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, Vol. 23 (1995), pp. 317-24. ‘The Provincial Geographical Societies in Britain, 1884-1914' in Morag Bell, Robin Butlin and Michael Heffernan, Geography and Imperialism, 1820-1940, MUP 1995, pp.93-124. `Edward Said and the Historians', Nineteenth-Century Contexts, Vol. 18 (1994), pp. 9-25. `Occidentalism: Counterpoint and Counter-polemic', review article on Edward W. Said's Culture and Imperialism, Journal of Historical Geography, 19, 3 (1993), pp. 339-344. `Buildings befitting their station, railway stations and the High Speed Train' (with Jeffrey Richards) in John Whitelegg, Staffan Hulten and Torbjorn Flink (eds.), High Speed Trains, Fast Tracks to the Future, Leading Edge and Stockholm School of Economics, 1993 pp. 183-202. `Scotland and the Empire' (revised and extended version of inaugural), International History Review, xv. 4 (1993), pp.661-680. 100 entries on Africa and the British Empire in Bruce P. Lenman and Katherine Boyd (eds.), Chambers Dictionary of World History, Edinburgh 1993. `Lawrence: the Myth and the Message' in R. Giddings (ed.), Literature and Imperialism, London, Macmillan, 1991, pp. 150-181. `The Natural World and the Popular Consciousness in Southern Africa: the European Appropriation of Nature' in Preben Kaarsholm (ed.), Cultural Struggle and Development in Southern Africa, London, James Currey, 1991, pp. 13-31. `Plant Collecting and Imperialism' in John Illingworth and Jane Routh (eds.), Reginald Farrer, Lancaster, Centre for North-West Regional Studies, 1991, pp. 8-14. ‘Heroic Myths of Empire' in John M. MacKenzie (ed.), Popular Imperialism and the Military, Manchester UP, 1991, pp. 109-38. `Geography and Imperialism:  British Provincial Geographical Societies' in Felix Driver and Gillian Rose (eds.), Nature and Science: Essays in the History of Geographical Knowledge, Historical Geography Research Series, No. 28, 1992, pp. 49-62. `European Imperialism: Comparative Approaches', a review article in European History Quarterly, 22 (1992), pp. 415- 429. `Marxism, a Second Wind from the Third World', History Today, vol. 42 (January 1992), pp. 51-54, reprinted in After the End of History, London 1992, pp. 91-96. `Scotland and the Empire', Inaugural lecture, privately printed, Lancaster University, 1992, 33pp. `Experts and amateurs; tsetse, nagana, and sleeping sickness in East and Central Africa' in John M. MacKenzie (ed.) Imperialism and the Natural World, Manchester UP, 1990, pp. 187-212. `David Livingstone: the construction of the myth' in Tom Gallagher and Graham Walker (eds.), Sermons and Battle Hymns, Protestant Popular Culture in Modern Scotland, Edinburgh UP, 1990, pp. 24-42. 120 entries on Africa and the British Empire in David Crystal (ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia, Cambridge UP, 1990, additions and revisions for new edition, 1994. Entries on British exhibitions (Wembley 1924-25, Glasgow 1938, Glasgow 1988) in John Finding and Kimberley Pelle (eds.), A Historical Dictionary of World's Fairs and Expositions, Westport, Conn. 1990 pp. 235-238, 291-293 and 369-370. `Hunting and the natural world in juvenile literature', in Jeffrey Richards (ed.), Imperialism and Juvenile Literature, Manchester UP, 1989, pp. 144-172. `Die Popularisierung des Empire' in Adolf M. Birke and Gunther Heydemann (eds.), Die Herausforderung des Europaischen Staatensystems, Gottingen, 1989, pp. 216-240. `Conservation in the Commonwealth' in Richard Maltby and Peter Quartermaine (eds.), The Commonwealth, a Common Culture, Essays Presented to Sir Shridath Ramphal, Exeter 1989, pp. 63-77. `Points of Entry:  Victoria Terminus and the Architecture of Bombay', History Today, 39 (January 1989). `Den vilde natur og den folkelige bevidsthed i det sydlige Afrika: Den europaeiske tilegnelse af naturen', Den ny Verden, 22 (1989), pp. 9-21. `Ideology and the Museum - the case of Imperial Propaganda', Journal of the Social History Curators Group, 15 (1987- 88), pp. 17-19. `Hunting in East and Central Africa with special reference to Zimbabwe' in W. Baker and J. A. Mangan (eds.), Sport in Africa, New York, Holmes and Meier, 1987, pp. 172-195. `Chivalry, Social Darwinism and Ritualised Killing: the Hunting Ethos in Central Africa to 1914' in D. Anderson and R. Grove (eds.), Conservation in Africa, Cambridge UP, 1987, pp. 41-61. `The imperial pioneer and hunter and the British masculine stereotype in late Victorian times' in J. A. Mangan and J. Walvin (eds.) Manliness and Morality, Manchester UP, 1987, pp. 176-198. `The BBC and the Empire Service, 1932-42' in Jeremy Hawthorn (ed.) Propaganda, Persuasion  and Polemic, Edward Arnold, 1987, pp. 36-53. `The Imperial Institute, 1887-1957', Round Table, 302 (1987), pp. 246-253. A new introduction to A. Blayney Percival, A Game Ranger's Note Book, 1987, pp. ix-xxii. A new introduction to Denis D. Lyall, The Hunting and Spoor of Central African Game, 1987, pp. xi-xxiii. `"In Touch with the Infinite": the BBC and the Empire, 1923-53' in John M. MacKenzie (ed.), Imperialism and Popular Culture, 1986, pp. 165-191. `Hunting and the Imperial Elite' in Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference of the British Society of Sports History, 1986, pp. 58-69. `Imperial Issues', Social History Society Newsletter, Vol. II, no. 2 (1986), pp. 3-4. `The Naval Campaigns on Lakes Victoria and Nyasa, 1914-18',  Mariner's Mirror  71, 2 (1985), pp. 169-182. `The Naval Campaign on Lake Tanganyika, 1915-16', Mariner's Mirror, 70, 4 (1984). pp. 397-410. `The Sultanate of Oman, a Forgotten Empire', History Today, 34 (Sept. 1984), pp. 34-39. `Peasants and Proletarians, the case of Central Africa', Social History Society Newsletter, 4 (1979). `Southern Rhodesia and Responsible Government', Rhodesian History, 9 (1978), pp. 23-40. `Pre-colonial African History', Daochnu (Sweden), 1976, pp. 27-37. `Bothwellhaugh Roman Bathhouse', Current Archaeology, 52 (1976), pp. 154-56. `Trade and Labour, the Interaction of Traditional and Capitalist Economies in Southern Zambezia, 1870-1923', Collected Papers of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, 1975, pp. 98-101. `Colonial Labour Policy and Rhodesia', Rhodesian Journal of Economics, 8 (1974), pp. 1-16. `Red Soils in Mashonaland: a Re-assessment', Rhodesian History, 5 (1974), pp. 81-88. `Furnace and Bellows Types in Iron-Age Archaeology', Rhodesian Prehistory, 6 (1974), pp. 21-22. `A Pre-colonial industry, the Njanja and the Iron Trade', NADA, XI (1974), pp. 200-220. `African Labour in the Chartered Company period', Rhodesian History, I (1970), pp. 43-58. `Chartered Africans: Colonial Office, Settlers and the British South Africa Company, 1890-1923', Collected Papers of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, No. 17, 1973, pp. 77-86. `African and Asian History' in H. J. Perkin, History, an Introduction for the Intending Student, Routledge 1970, pp. 159- 72. Pamphlets: The Partition of Africa, Methuen, Lancaster Pamphlets series, 1983, 48pp., translated as: A Partilha da Africa, 1880-1900, Säo Paulo, 1994, 78 pp. De Europese Opdeling van Afrika 1880-1900, Amsterdam, 1997, 62pp.
Prof. John M. MacKenzie
Author and Historian of Empire