New Directions in Mediterranean Maritime History

Edited by Gelina Harlaftis and Carmel Vassallo

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ISBN: 9781786949080

Publication: October 18, 2017

Series: Research in Maritime History 28

This study seeks to correct the underrepresentation of Mediterranean maritime history in academic publications, in attempt to understand the multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environment in which maritime activity takes place, by compiling ten essays from maritime historians concerning Spain, France, Italy, Malta, Slovenia, Greece, Turkey, and Israel. The aim of the collection is to provide an insight into Mediterranean maritime history to those who could not previously access such information due to language barriers or difficulty securing non-English publications; some of the essays have translated into English specifically for this publication. The majority of the essays concern the Early Modern period, and the remainder concern the contemporary.

Contributors / iii-v Preface / vii-viii Contributions Gelina Harlaftis and Carmel Vassallo, "Maritime History since Braudel" / 1-19 Marina Alfonso Mola and Carlos Mart�nez Shaw, "Maritime Historiography in Acien R�gime Mediterranean Spain" / 21-44 Xavier Labat Saint Vincent, "Trade in the Mediterranean in the Early Modern Era: A Brief Review of the French Literature" / 45-53 Michela D’Angelo and M. Elisabetta Tonizzi, "Recent Maritime Historiography on Italy" / 55-82 John Chircop, "Maltese Maritime Historiography: A Critical Assessment" / 83-101 Flavio Bonin, "Slovenia" / 103-109 Gelina Harlaftis, "Greek Maritime History Steaming Ahead" / 111-123 Gerassimos D. Pagratis, "Sources for the Maritime History of Greece (Fifteenth to Seventeenth Century)" / 125-146 Ey�p �zveren and Onur Yildirim, "An Outline of Ottoman Maritime History" / 147-170 Ruthy Gertwagen, "Maritime History in Israel" / 171-188

Format: Ebook

200 Pages

ISBN: 9781786949080

Publication: October 18, 2017

Series: Research in Maritime History 28

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