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Timothy G. Lynch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
California Maritime Academy, CSU
Research Interests include Nineteenth Century US, Maritime History, and Irish America. Current research includes: "Beyond the Golden Gate: A Maritime History of California"
|Address:||Department of Global and Maritime Studies
200 Maritime Academy Drive
Vallejo, California 94590
|Primary Phone:||707 654 1154|
|Fax Number:||707 654 1110|
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Maritime
Review Editor for H-Maritime
Reviewer for H-Atlantic
|Reviews:||Workers of the Waterfront, Rebel!
Anti-Piracy and the Making of America
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Ethnic History / Studies
Maritime History / Studies
Ph.D. CUNY-GSUC (2004) Dissertation: "Erin's Hope: The Fenian Brotherhood of New York City, 1858-1886"
"Black Ahab: William T. Shorey and the San Francisco Whalefishery", Conference on Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Power in Maritime America, Mystic Seaport, October 2006.
"Maritime History as World History: Prospects, Perils and Perspectives", World History Association, June 2006.
"H-Maritime and the Asychronous Learning Community: A Twenty-First Century Thinktank", Annual Conference of the North American Conference of Oceanic HIstorians, Jne 2006.
“Globalization and the Golden Gate: Maritime San Francisco in the Nineteenth Century”, J. Porter Shaw Library, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Lecture Series, 19 November 2005.
"Globalization and the Golden Gate: Maritime San Francisco in the Nineteenth Century", Sea History, Winter 2006-2007.