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Außenansicht des Museums für Hamburgische Geschichte, Foto SHMH Sinje Hasheider

CfP: ICMM Regional Conference on ‘Ports. Nodes of Globalisation. History, Perspectives, Museums.’

Who: International Congress of Maritime Museums Where: Hamburg, Germany When: 17th to 19th October 2018    Background Ports have always been hubs of global economic and socio-cultural relationships. As interfaces between water and land, between seas, rivers and canals on the one hand and cities, roads, railways and the hinterland on the other hand, they have […]

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The Vasa. (S. Gray)

MA Naval History Sweden Field Trip, 2018

The MA in Naval History is able to utilise the links created through the Port Towns and Urban Cultures research group to organise some pretty special field trips. These have included curator-led tours on the Mary Rose, HMS Victory, the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, as well as a lecture aboard HMS Warrior by Prof. Andrew […]

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The Castle of the Dukes of Brittany in Nantes.  All photos by Harry Brennan.

The Coastal History Blog 43: Why the coastal history of Brittany matters

Our first post of 2018 is a guest post by Harry Brennan, who recently completed a MA History degree at Cardiff University, focusing on early modern and Atlantic history. This is the fifth guest post that has appeared in the Coastal History blog.  This contribution continues to stretch the geographical, regional, and comparative range of […]

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