Bibliografia

Fonte: Daniele Scalea, halford john mackinder. dalla geografia alla geopolitica, fuoco, roma 2013

A Glimpse of A.D. 1950, “The Epsomian”, vol. 7 (Feb., 1877)

Geological Epsom, “The Epsomian”, vol. 10 (Jan., Mar., 1880)

Syllabus of a Course of Eight Lectures Delivered at Bath by Mr. H.J. Mackinder, B.A., Late Junior Student of Christ Church, on “Wealth and Wages”, Oxford University Extension, Oxford 1885

Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on the World: The Battlefield of Wind, Water and Rocks, Oxford University Extension, Oxford 1885

The New Geography, Oxford University Extension, Oxford 1886

On the Scope and Methods of Geography, “Cambridge Review”, vol. 8 (1887), pp. 247-249, 264-267

On the Scope and Methods of Geography, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 9, no. 3 (Mar., 1887), pp. 141-160 (discussione pp. 160-174)

The Teaching of Geography at the Universities, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 9, no. 11 (Nov., 1887), pp. 698-701

Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on the History and Geography of International Politics, Oxford University Extension, Oxford 1888

Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on Physiography, Oxford University Extension, Oxford 1888

Syllabus of Home Reading in Geography, Alden, Oxford 1888

Geographical Education: The Year’s Progress at Oxford, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 10, no. 8 (Aug., 1888), pp. 531-533

Note on Geographical Terminology, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 10, no. 11 (Nov., 1888), pp. 732-733

Four Lectures on the Teaching of Geography: A Summary, “Education Times and the Journal of the College of Preceptors”, vol. 52 (1889), p. 504.

Geographical Education: The Year’s Progress at Oxford, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 11, no. 8 (Aug., 1889), pp. 502-503

University Extension: Has It a Future? (con M.E. Sadler), Cassell, London 1890

The Physical Basis of Political Geography, “Scottish Geographical Magazine”, vol. 6, no. 2 (Feb., 1890), pp. 78-84

On the Necessity of Thorough Teaching in General Geography As a Preliminary to the Teaching of Commercial Geography, “Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society”, vol. 6, no. 1-3 (Jan.-Mar., 1890), pp. 1-6

Geographical Education: The Year’s Progress at Oxford, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 12, no. 7 (Jul, 1890), pp. 419-421

Remarks at the Presentation of the Training College Prizes, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 12, no. 8 (Aug., 1890), pp. 476-477

University Extension: Past, Present and Future (con M.E. Sadler), Cassell, London 1891

Geographical Education: The Year’s Progress at Oxford, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 13, no. 7 (Jul., 1891), pp. 428-429

Syllabus of a Course of Six Lectures on Revolutions in Commerce, American Society for the Extension of University Teaching, Philadelphia 1892

The Education of Citizens, “University Extension Journal”, vol. 1 (1892), pp. 245-249

Geographical Education: The Year’s Progress at Oxford, “Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography”, New Monthly Series, vol. 14, no. 6 (Jun., 1892), pp. 398-400

Educational Lectures, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 1, no. 2 (Feb., 1893), pp. 157-158

Reports on Geography at the Universities: Oxford, “The Geographical Journal”, vol.. 2, no. 1 (Jul., 1893), pp. 25-27

Geography at the Universities: Oxford, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 4, no. 1 (Jul., 1894), pp. 29-30

Recensione di Universal Geography (E. Reclus), “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 4, no. 2 (Aug., 1894), pp. 158-160

Modern Geography, German and English in Report of the Sixty-Fifth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, John Murray, London 1895

Discussione di Education Papers in Report Proceedings Sixth International Geographical Congress, Murray, London 1895

The Relation Between University Extension Teaching and Secondary Education in Bryce Commission Report on Secondary Education, vol. 5 (1895), pp. 302-304

The Case for a Treasury Grant Restated, “University Extension Journal”, vol. 4 (1895), pp. 6-7

A French Educational Congress, “University Extension Journal”, vol. 4 (1895), pp. 24-25

Geography at the Universities: Oxford, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 6, no. 1 (Jul., 1895), pp. 25-36

Address to the Geography Section of the British Association, “Scottish Geographical Magazine”, vol. 11, no. 10 (Oct., 1895), pp. 497-511

Modern Geography, German and English, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 6, no. 4 (Oct., 1895), pp. 367-379

Discussione di H.R. Mill, Proposed Geographical Description of the British Isles Based on the Ordnance Survey, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 7, no. 4 (Apr., 1896), pp. 357-358

Discussione di J.E. Marr, The Waterways of the English Lakeland, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 7, no. 6 (Jun., 1896), pp. 624-625

Geography at the Universities: Oxford, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 9, no. 6 (Jun., 1897), pp. 653-654

Report on Geography at Oxford, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 12, no. 1 (Jul., 1898), pp. 8-9

Discussione di T. Holdich, The Use of Practical Geography Illustrated by Recent Frontier Operations, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 13, no. 5 (May, 1899), pp. 477-480

Geography at the Universities: Oxford, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 14, no. 1 (Jul., 1899), pp. 87-88

The British Isles; Europe, Stanford’s New Orographical Maps. Compiled under the Direction of H.J. Mackinder, Edward Stanford, London 1900

The Ascent of Mt. Kenya, “Alpine Journal”, vol. 20 (1900), pp. 102-110

The Great Trade Routes, “Journal of the Institute of Bankers”, vol. 21 (1900), pp. 1-6, 137-146, 147-155, 266-273

A Journey to the Summit of Mt. Kenya, British East Africa, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 15, no. 5 (May, 1900), pp. 453-486

Britain and the British Seas, Heinemann, London 1902

Higher Education in The Nation’s Need, edited by S. Wilkinson, Constable, London 1903

Captain Dickson’s Map of the Kenya and Kitui Districts, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 21, no. 2 (Feb., 1903), pp. 195-198

Discussione di W.W. Watts, Charnwood Forest: A Buried Triassic Landscape, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 21, no. 6 (Jun., 1903), pp. 633-636

Discussione di E. Reclus, On Spherical Maps and Reliefs, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 22, no. 3 (Sep., 1903), pp. 294-299

Geography in Education, “The Geographical Teacher”, vol. 2, no. 3 (Oct., 1903), pp. 95-101

The Geographical Pivot of History, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 23, no. 4 (Apr., 1904), pp. 421-437

Discussione di P. Kropotkin, The Desiccation of Eur-Asia, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 23, no. 6 (Jun., 1904), pp. 734-741

The Development of Geographical Teaching out of Nature Study, “The Geographical Teacher”, vol. 2, no. 5 (Jun., 1904), pp. 191-197

Seven Lectures on the United Kingdom, George Philip, London 1905

Africa, Stanford’s New Orographical Maps, compiled under the Direction of H.J. Mackinder, Edward Stanford, London 1905

Man-Power as a Measure of National and Imperial Strength, “National Review”, vol. 45 (1905), pp. 136-143

Discussione di A.J. Herbertson, The Major Natural Regions, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 25, no. 3 (Mar., 1905), pp. 310-312

Money-Power and Man-Power: The Underlying Principles Rather Than the Statistics of Tariff Reform, Simkin-Marshall, London 1906

Our Own Islands: An Elementary Study in Geography, George Philip, London 1906

Palestine; Asia; North America, Stanford’s New Orographical Maps, compiled under the Direction of H.J. Mackinder, Edward Stanford, London 1906

Address Delivered on 10 January, 1907, on the Occasion of the Opining of the Class for the Administrative Training of Army Officers, HMSO, London 1907

On Thinking Imperially in Lectures on Empire, edited by M.E. Sadler, privately printed, London 1907

South America, Stanford’s New Orographical Maps, compiled under the Direction of H.J. Mackinder, Edward Stanford, London 1907

Discussione di D. Woolacott, Origin and Influenceof the Chief Physical Features of Northumberland and Durham, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 30, no. 1 (Jul., 1907), pp. 55-62

The Geographical Environment of Great Britain in Encyclopedia Americana, 1908

Lands Beyond the Channel: An Elementary Study in Geography, George Philip, London 1908

The Rhine: Its Valley and History, Chatto and Windus, London 1908

Australasia, Stanford’s New Orographical Maps, compiled under the Direction of H.J. Mackinder, Edward Stanford, London 1908

The Advancement of Geographical Science by Local Scientific Societies, “Naturalist”, no. 614 (1908), pp. 70-74

Discussione di N. Buxton, Balkan Geography and Balkan Railways, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 32, no. 3 (Sep., 1908), pp. 234-239

Discussione di V. Cornish, The Panama Canal in 1908, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 33, no. 2 (Feb., 1909), pp. 177-180

Geographical Conditions Affecting the British Empire, I: The British Islands, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 33, no. 4 (Apr., 1909), pp. 462-476

The Geographical Conditions of the Defence of the United Kingdom, “National Defence”, vol. 3 (July 1909), pp. 89-107

Discussione di W.M. Davis, The Systematic Description of Land Forms, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 34, no. 3 (Sep., 1909), pp. 320-321

Distant Lands: An Elementary Study in Geography, George Philip, London 1910

India. Eight Lectures Prepared for the Visual Instruction Committee of the Colonial Office, George Philip, London 1910

Introduzione a E. Smith, The Reigate Sheet of the One-Inch O.S.: A Study in Geography of the Surrey Hills, Black, London 1910

The Nations of the Modern World: An Elementary Study in Geography, Philip, London 1911

Discussione di W.L. Grant, Geographical Conditions Affecting the Development of Canada, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 37, no. 4 (Apr., 1911), p. 377

The Teaching of Geography from an Imperial Point of View, and the Use Which Should Be Made of Visual Instruction, “The Geographical Teacher”, vol. 6, no. 2 (Summer 1911), pp. 79-86

The Strategical Geography of the Near East, “Journal of the Royal Artillery”, vol. 39 (1912), pp. 195-204

The Teaching of Geography and History as a Combined Subject, “The Geographical Teacher”, vol. 7, no. 1 (Spring 1913), pp. 4-19

The Teaching of Geography and History: A Study in Method, Philip, London 1914

The Modern British State: An Introduction to the Study of Civics, Philip, London 1914

The New Map, “Glasgow Herald”, 30 January 1915

Discussione di L.W. Lyde, Types of Political Frontier in Europe, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 45, no. 2 (Feb., 1915), pp. 142-143

Andrew John Herbertson, “The Geographical Teacher”, vol. 8, no. 3 (Autumn 1915), pp. 143-144

Discorso in Constitutional Problems: Speeches at a Conference Held between Representatives of the Home and Dominion Parliaments, 28 July and 2 August, 1915, Empire and Parliamentary Association, London 1916

Presidential Address to the Geographical Association 1916, “The Geographical Teacher”, vol. 8, no. 5 (Summer 1916), pp. 271-277

Some Geographical Aspects of International Reconstruction, “Scottish Geographical Magazine”, vol. 33, no. 1 (Jan., 1917), pp. 1-11

Discussion of the Resolutions of the Five Associations, “The Geographical Teacher”, vol. 9, no. 1 (Spring 1917), pp. 46-53

This Unprecedented War, “Glasgow Herald”, 4 August 1917

Adriatic Question, “Glasgow Herald”, 3 December 1917

The Taxation of Capital, “Glasgow Herald”, 29 January 1918

The New Map of Europe, “Glasgow Herald”, 8 May 1918

Rome Conference, “Glasgow Herald”, 20 May 1918

End of an Empire: The Break-up of Austria-Hungary, “Glasgow Herald”, 31 October 1918

Democratic Ideals and Reality: A Study in the Politics of Reconstruction, Constable, London 1919

Russian Relief. A Duty of the Allies. To the Editor of the Times, “The Times”, 2 March 1920

L’envoi, “Scottish Geographical Magazine”, vol. 37, no. 1 (Jan.-Mar., 1921), pp. 77-79

Geography as a Pivotal Subject in Education, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 57, no. 5 (May, 1921), pp. 376-384

Railways, “Glasgow Herald”, 30 May 1921

The Sub-Continent of India in The Cambridge History of India, edited by E.J. Rapson, vol. I (Ancient India), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1922, pp. 1-36

Discussione di C. Gillman, An Ascent of Kilimanjaro, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 61, no. 1 (Jan., 1923), pp. 21-27

Empire Trade, “Glasgow Herald”, 1 October 1923

The Nations of the Modern World: An Elementary Study in Geography and History, After 1914, George Philip, London 1924 [pubblicato anche come The World War and After: A Concise Narrative and Some Tentative Ideas]

The English Tradition and the Empire: Some Thoughts on Lord Milner’s Credo and the Imperial Committees, “United Empire”, vol. 14 (1925), pp. 1-8

Discussione di C. Gillman, South-West Tanganyika Territory, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 69, no. 2 (Feb., 1927), pp. 126-131

Discussione di J.W. Gregory, The Fiords of the Hebrides, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 69, no. 3 (Mar., 1927), pp. 214-215

Two Suggestions for the Early Historical Geography of England in Report of the Proceedings of the International Geographical Congress, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1930, pp. 410-411

Recent Economic Developments in the Dominions, Colonial and Mandated Territories, “Journal of the Royal United Services Institute”, vol. 75 (1930), pp. 254-265

Mount Kenya in 1899, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 76, no. 6 (Dec., 1930), pp. 529-534

Discussione di L.S.B. Leakey, East African Lakes, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 77, no. 6 (Jun., 1931), pp. 509-514

Discussione di S.W. Wooldridge & D.J. Smetham, The Glacial Drifts of Essex and Hertfordshire, and Their Bearing upon the Agricultural and Historical Geography of the Region, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 78, no. 3 (Sep., 1931), pp. 268-269

The Human Habitat, “Scottish Geographical Magazine”, vol. 47, no. 6 (Nov.-Dec. 1931), pp. 321-335

Discorso al Anniversary Dinner della RGS, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 80, no. 2 (Aug., 1932), pp. 189-192

The Empire Marketing Board: The Attitude of the Dominions, “United Empire”, vol. 24 (1933), pp. 508-509

Discussione di G. Dainelli, The Geographical Work of H.R.H. The Late Duke of the Abruzzi, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 82, no. 1 (Jul, 1933), pp. 9-15

Prefazione a N. Mikhaylov, Soviet Geography, Methuen, London 1935

The Empire and the World, “United Empire”, vol. 25 (1934), pp. 519-522

The Crown, “United Empire”, vol. 26 (1935), p. 502

Progress of Geography in the Field and in the Study during the Reign of His Majesty King George the Fifth, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 86, no. 1 (Jul., 1935), pp. 1-12

The Music of the Spheres, “Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society, Glasgow”, vol. 63 (1937), pp. 170-181

Geography, An Art and a Philosophy, “Geography”, vol. 27 (1942), pp. 122-130

The Development of Geography: Global Geography, “Geography”, vol. 28 (1943), pp. 69-71

The Round World and the Winning of the Peace, “Foreign Affairs”, vol. 21, no. 4 (Jul., 1943), pp. 595-605

Discorso alla presentazione delle medaglie all’Ambasciata degli USA, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 103, no. 3 (Mar., 1944), pp. 132-133

Discorso al ricevimento della Patron’s Medal della RGS, “The Geographical Journal”, vol. 105, no. 5/6 (May-Jun., 1945), pp. 230-232.

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Halford John Mackinder. Dalla geografia alla geopolitica
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