Proposals for papers are welcomed to be part of a selected anthology regarding the historic moral, religious, medical, legal, political, physiological or environmental ‘corruption’ of coastal culture in the 18th and 19th century. Entries are to make contributions to a ‘New Coastal Historiography’ and develop discussions relating to a moral geography concept. The ‘corruption’ of […]
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PTUC aids the Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Trust with their NHLF project
Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Historical Trust (PRDHT) launched its mobile exhibition and the ‘Colin Lay education resource pack’ for the culmination of the ‘Triangle Girls’ project on 29 March 2022. The project explored women workers in Portsmouth Royal Dockyard during the First World War. The launch was a bitter-sweet as the project lead, and originator of […]
CFP: International Conference: Port Cities in Comparative Global History: Potentials and Issues. Hong Kong, 15-16 June 2023
International Conference: Port Cities in Comparative Global History: Potentials and Issues Date: 15-16 June 2023 Venue: Hong Kong Baptist University, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong Sponsored by Lloyd’s Register Foundation via the University of Portsmouth and the History Department and Modern History Research Centre at the Hong Kong Baptist University The University of Portsmouth’s ‘Port Towns […]
‘Crimes and Portside’ Beyond the Porthole’s next episode is now live!
‘Crimes and Portside’ Beyond the Porthole’s next episode is now live! Join us for this next episode of the Beyond the Porthole podcast where we discuss wrecking and smuggling, Charles Dickens and prison hulks, and dive into a wonderful interview about portside prisons with Portsmouth (UK) / Halmstad (SE) PhD student Oscar Kaarlson that includes […]
Beyond the Porthole’s first full length episode ‘When The Ship Has Sailed’ is now live!
Beyond the Porthole’s first full length episode ‘When The Ship Has Sailed’ is now live! On this episode of Beyond the Porthole, join Daisy Turnbull, Charlotte Steffen and Suzanne Marie Taylor as they dive into aspects of maritime cultural history in this episode ‘When the Ship has Sailed’. Here they look at the histories of […]
Coming Soon – the Beyond The Porthole Podcast!
PhD students from the University of Portsmouth, Suzanne Marie Taylor, Charlotte Steffen and Daisy Turnbull are embarking on an insightful new project looking ‘Beyond The Porthole’ at aspects of maritime and coastal history in a brand new podcast series! This 7-part series will be diving into current themes of maritime history and talking to some […]