Exeter Centre for Maritime Historical Studies Seminar Programme, 2018

January 2018

Credit: NMM BHC0733

The programme for the University of Exeter Centre for Maritime Historical Studies 2018 seminar series has been released:

  • 24 January ‘War as it might have been: British sea power and the First World War’ David Morgan-Owen, King’s College London, Amory Building, Room B105, 5pm
  • 14 February ‘Sailing the ship of state: seafarers and maritime politics in the early modern British Empire’ Richard Blakemore, University of Reading, Queen’s Building, Room LT6.2, 5pm
  • 7 March ‘Same-sex desire in the Royal Navy during the Great War’ Laura Rowe, University of Exeter, Harrison Building, Room 209, 5pm
  • 28 March ‘Convoy! Trade protection over three world wars’ Mike Duffy, University of Exeter and Roger Knight, Institute of Historical Research, Harrison Building, Room 209, 5pm
  • 9 May ‘Worse things happen at sea: disasters, maritime laws and clashing jurisdictions in early modern Europe’ Gijs Dreijer, Jake Dyble and Lewis Wade, University of Exeter, Harrison Building, Room 215, 5pm

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