Maritime Seminars 2017-2019: Helen Sellers ‘Australia and India at Sea, Modern Security Implications’.

Kings Maritime Seminar Series 2017-2018. Helen Sellers presented on the topic of ‘Australia and India at Sea: The Contemporary Security implications of Two Maritime Histories from ancient to modern times.’. The seminar took place on the 7th December 2017 in the Department of War Studies, Kings College London.

Audio: [SoundCloud Link] and it can also be found on iTunes.


King’s Maritime History Seminars, 2017-18

An outlook of what’s ahead for the King’s Maritime History Seminars, 2017-18. Our long running seminar series of Maritime & Naval history seminars in partnership with the British Commission for Maritime History and Society of Nautical Research.  Continue reading “King’s Maritime History Seminars, 2017-18”

The Naval Study: Nick Hewitt, National Museum of the Royal Navy.

The ‘naval study series’ invites naval and maritime researchers to reflect on the books that have shaped them as a historian and thinker. This includes the way they gain insight and perspectives on the past, and how they understand naval war, warfare and strategy. Limiting them to 1250 words and five entries the series sets a rigorously reflective yet beneficial challenge for author and reader. Continue reading “The Naval Study: Nick Hewitt, National Museum of the Royal Navy.”