Book Launch of “A New Naval History”

January 2019

Join us for the launch of A New Naval History with Dr Quintin Colville, Dr James Davey and respondants. All are welcome and there is no need to book. The launch takes place on 29th January in Wolfson Room I, Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, London, WC1E 7HU, starting at 5.15pm with a wine reception from 6.30pm. […] Read More

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Book Launch: Andrew Lambert Seapower “Seapower States”

November 2018

Professor Andrew Lambert’s new book Seapower States: Maritime Culture, Continental Empires, and the Conflict that Made the Modern World is to be launched on 21st November 2018 at an event held at King’s College London’s Strand Campus. The event is free, but booking is required. “Andrew Lambert, author of The Challenge: Britain Against America in […] Read More

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Talk: The Untold Stories of the Africans who sailed with Francis Drake

August 2018

Join Dr. Miranda Kaufmann for a voyage into Black British History aboard the replica of Sir Francis Drake’s famous ship, the Golden Hinde, in London on 10th Oct 2018. Dr. Miranda Kaufmann, the author of Black Tudors: The Untold Story, will first whisk you away to Panama, where an African man named Diego first met […] Read More

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On the Ocean: The Mediterranean and the Atlantic from Prehistory to AD 1500

January 2018

Professor Sir Barry Cunliffe will be speaking about his new book On the Ocean: The Mediterranean and the Atlantic from Prehistory to AD 1500 in Senate House, London on Tuesday 23 January at 17:15-18:30.   This event is free, open to all and there is no need to book. There will also be a wine reception after the […] Read More

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The Sir Julian Corbett Prize in Modern Naval History

October 2017

The Julian Corbett Prize is awarded annually by the Academic Trust Funds Committee, on the recommendation of the Institute of Historical Research, to reward original research in the field of modern naval history. It carries a monetary value of £1,000. The Prize is open to all researchers in modern naval history, without regard to nationality […] Read More

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Annual Boydell & Brewer Prize for the Best Doctoral Thesis in Maritime History

October 2017

Nominations are now open for the British Commission for Maritime History‘s annual Boydell & Brewer Prize for the best doctoral thesis in maritime history. Subjects eligible for consideration reflect the Commission’s view of maritime history as a wide-ranging discipline. Nominations may be submitted by the candidate, or by their supervisor. All doctorates must have been […] Read More

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The Dutch Raid on the Medway: Talk by Rebecca Rideal

May 2017

Historian Rebecca Rideal will be speaking at Chatham Historic Dockyard on the 1667 Dutch raid on the Medway, on 10th May 2017. Author of the book 1666: Plague, War and Hellfire, Rebecca specialises in the Stuart dynasty, the Restoration court, Anglo-Dutch Wars and seventeenth-century England, and is the founder and editor of the popular online history magazine […] Read More

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Lady Hamilton Exhibition at the National Maritime Museum

November 2016

An exhibition on the life of Emma, Lady Hamilton, is to be staged at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. Born into poverty in 1765, she rose to be a muse for famous artists, an influential ambassador’s wife, a European cultural icon, and mistress to Vice Admiral Lord Nelson – before facing prison and dying […] Read More

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Taylor & Francis Discount for Society Members

January 2016

Taylor & Francis, publishers of the Mariner’s Mirror, are offering a 20% discount on online book purchases to all members of the Society for Nautical Research for the duration of 2016 (30% for reviewers, editors and board members). For details of this offer and how to obtain the discount, please see this flyer. Read More

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Printable Rare Books on British Maritime History

December 2014

An eclectic collection of rare pamphlets and guides, timetables and souvenirs, some of which have an interesting maritime angle, has been made accessible online at Read More

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