Research in Maritime History

Research in Maritime History is a series of original monographs, collections of essays, bibliographies and reprints of important volumes designed to further an understanding of the historical relationship between humankind and the sea. Its scope is global and reflects the types of questions that maritime historians around the world have asked. The series, established in the 1990s, was edited by Professor Lewis R. Fischer, Memorial University of Newfoundland, for many years, who made a huge contribution to maritime history, and sadly passed away in 2018.

Proposals are warmly invited for the series; please contact the commissioning editor with a Proposal Submission Form.

Commissioning Editor: Alison Welsby a.welsby@liverpool.ac.uk

Series Editor: Professor Hugh Murphy, Honorary Professor at the University of Glasgow

Editorial Board:
Professor Andrew D. Lambert, King’s College London
Professor Jari Ojala, Finland
Professor Raymond Stokes, University of Glasgow
Professor Stig Tenold, Norwegian School of Economics


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