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Ellsworth Huntington

– Bibliography: – “Explorations in Turkestan: With an Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia and Sistan, Expedition of 1903, under the Direction of Raphael […]

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– Bibliography:
– “Explorations in Turkestan: With an Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia and Sistan, Expedition of 1903, under the Direction of Raphael Pumpelly” (1905)
– “The Pulse of Asia: A Journey in Central Asia Illustrating the Geographic Basis of History” (1907)
– “Palestine and Its Transformation” (1911)
– “Changes of Climate and History,” American Historical Review Vol. 18, No. 2 (Jan., 1913), pp. 213–232 in JSTOR
– “The Climatic Factor As Illustrated in Arid America” (1914)

– See also:
– Huntington family

– References:
– HUNTINGTON, ELLSWORTH – Encyclopaedia Iranica
– Martin, Geoffrey (1971). THE ELLSWORTH HUNTINGTON PAPERS. The Yale University Library Gazette. 45 (4): 185–195. ISSN0044-0175
– The Huntington Collection. Archived from the original on 2008-05-11. Retrieved 2009-03-14

– Further reading:
– Fonaroff, L. Schuyler. Was Huntington Right about Human Nutrition? Annals of the Association of American Geographers Vol. 55, No. 3 (Sep., 1965), pp. 365–376 in JSTOR
– Martin, Geoffrey J. Ellsworth Huntington: His Life and Thought (1973)
– Spate, O. H. K. Ellsworth Huntington: A Geographical Giant: Review, Geographical Journal Vol. 140, No. 1 (Feb., 1974), pp.117–119 in JSTOR

– External links:
– Works by Ellsworth Huntington at Project Gutenberg
– Works by Ellsworth Huntington at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)
– Works by or about Ellsworth Huntington at Internet Archive
– Articles authored in Harpers Magazine
– Ellsworth Huntington Papers (MS 1). Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library.

Ellsworth Huntington (Wikipedia)

Ellsworth Huntington (September 16, 1876 – October 17, 1947) was a professor of geography at Yale University during the early 20th century, known for his studies on environmental determinism/climatic determinism, economic growth, and economic geography. He served as president of the Ecological Society of America in 1917, the Association of American Geographers in 1923 and president of the board of directors of the American Eugenics Society from 1934 to 1938.

Ellsworth Huntington
Born(1876-09-16)September 16, 1876
DiedOctober 17, 1947(1947-10-17) (aged 71)
Alma materBeloit College
Harvard University
Yale University
Scientific career
Climatology Human Ecology
InstitutionsYale University

He taught at Euphrates College, Turkey (1897–1901); accompanied the Pumpelly (1903) and Barrett (1905–1906) expeditions to central Asia; and wrote of his Asian experiences in Explorations in Turkestan (1905) and The Pulse of Asia (1907). He taught geography at Yale (1907–1915) and from 1917 was a research associate there, devoting his time chiefly to climatic and anthropogeographic studies. He was the 1916 recipient of the Elisha Kent Kane Gold Medal from the Geographical Society of Philadelphia.

In 1909, Huntington led the Yale Expedition to Palestine. It was his mission to determine "step by step the process by which geologic structure, topographic form, and the present and past nature of the climate have shaped man's progress, moulded his history; and thus played an incalculable part in the development of a system of thought which could scarcely have arisen under any other physical circumstances."

He was on the original standing committee of the Foundation for the Study of Cycles from 1941.

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