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Of poles, pressmen, and the newspaper public: reporting the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902–1904
(Royal Scottish Geographical Society, 2005)
Between 1902 and 1904, the Scots naturalist William Speirs Bruce (1867-1921) led the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition on a voyage of oceanographical discovery. Unlike other British expeditions undertaken during the ...
A Scot of the Antarctic: the reception and commemoration of William Speirs Bruce
(University of Edinburgh; College of Science and Engineering; School of GeoScience, 2003-12)
2002–2004 marks the centenary of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition. Led by the Scots naturalist and oceanographer William Speirs Bruce (1867–1921), the Expedition, a two-year exploration of the Weddell Sea, was ...
Reading the reception of Ellen Churchill Semple’s Influences of geographic environment (1911)
(The University of Edinburgh, 2008)
This is a thesis in the historical geography of textual reception and meaning. Its focus is Influences of geographic environment (1911), by American geographer Ellen Churchill Semple (1861–1932). Semple’s book, a treatise ...