British Maritime History Seminars 2010-11. This annual series of seminars, convened by the National Maritime Museum and held at the Institute of Historical Research, has been running for ten years. The aim of the seminars is to disseminate new research in British maritime history. For the 2010-11 series abstracts for papers are invited on any aspect of naval history. The National Maritime Museum is currently embarked on a project to develop a new naval gallery, and welcomes new approaches, including interdisciplinary ones, to this topic. The seminars are on Tuesdays in Autumn and Spring, 17.15-18.15. Seminar papers are approximately 45 minutes long, followed by questions. Expenses for travel and accommodation are available if required. Please send abstracts of no more than 200 words to Sally Archer by Friday 9 April.
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