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The New Maritime History

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The New Maritime History
The New Maritime History

The New Maritime History

The Huntington

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This conference, organized in honor of Robert C. Ritchie upon his retirement as W.M. Keck Foundation Director of Research at The Huntington Library, spotlights innovative research on how the exploitation of the oceans changed the institution of slavery, long distance trade, property crime, the environment, literature, and memory from medieval times to the 19th century. It took place at the Huntington Library in November 2011.

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Seafaring Squatters, Caribbean Commons, and Empire Building, 1630–1780

Michael Jarvis’s presentation was part of a panel offering a new perspective on pirates and piracy during the Huntington Conference “The New Maritime History: A Conference in Honor of Robert C. Ritchie,” held at the Huntington Library in November 2011. Jarvis is the author of “In the Eye of All Trade: Bermuda, Bermudians, and the Maritime Atlantic World, 1680–1783.”

44 MIN2011 NOV 12
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Seafaring Squatters, Caribbean Commons, and Empire Building, 1630–1780

Pirates and Family Life, 1680–1730

Margarette Lincoln discusses the nature of pirates and family life in a panel offering a new perspective on pirates and piracy. The talk was part of the Huntington Conference “The New Maritime History: A Conference in Honor of Robert C. Ritchie,” held at the Huntington Library in November 2011. Lincoln is the author of “Naval Wives and Mistresses.”

34 MIN2011 NOV 12
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Pirates and Family Life, 1680–1730

Welcoming Remarks to “The New Maritime History”

Steve Hindle and Peter C. Mancall welcome participants and attendees to the “The New Maritime History: A Conference in Honor of Robert C. Ritchie,” held at the Huntington Library in November 2011. Hindle is the W. M. Keck Foundation Director of Research at The Huntington, and Mancall is professor of history and anthropology at USC and director of the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute.

6 MIN2011 NOV 12
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Welcoming Remarks to “The New Maritime History”
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Latest Episodes

Seafaring Squatters, Caribbean Commons, and Empire Building, 1630–1780

Michael Jarvis’s presentation was part of a panel offering a new perspective on pirates and piracy during the Huntington Conference “The New Maritime History: A Conference in Honor of Robert C. Ritchie,” held at the Huntington Library in November 2011. Jarvis is the author of “In the Eye of All Trade: Bermuda, Bermudians, and the Maritime Atlantic World, 1680–1783.”

44 MIN2011 NOV 12
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Seafaring Squatters, Caribbean Commons, and Empire Building, 1630–1780

Pirates and Family Life, 1680–1730

Margarette Lincoln discusses the nature of pirates and family life in a panel offering a new perspective on pirates and piracy. The talk was part of the Huntington Conference “The New Maritime History: A Conference in Honor of Robert C. Ritchie,” held at the Huntington Library in November 2011. Lincoln is the author of “Naval Wives and Mistresses.”

34 MIN2011 NOV 12
Comments
Pirates and Family Life, 1680–1730

Welcoming Remarks to “The New Maritime History”

Steve Hindle and Peter C. Mancall welcome participants and attendees to the “The New Maritime History: A Conference in Honor of Robert C. Ritchie,” held at the Huntington Library in November 2011. Hindle is the W. M. Keck Foundation Director of Research at The Huntington, and Mancall is professor of history and anthropology at USC and director of the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute.

6 MIN2011 NOV 12
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Welcoming Remarks to “The New Maritime History”
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