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Exploiting the Sea

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Exploiting the Sea

Aspects of Britain's Maritime Economy since 1870

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Offering perspectives on Britain's vital but changing relationship with the sea since the late-19th century, this work assesses the significance to the British economy of self-reliant industries such as shipping, shipbuilding, fishing, coastal trading and seaside tourism. It also seeks to explain why the clear pre-eminence that Britain established in the maritime world during the Victorian era has not been sustained in the 20th century.

Author Biography

Alan G. Jamieson is Leverhulme Research Fellow in British Maritime History in the Centre for Maritime Historical Studies, University of Exeter. David J Starkey graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in Economic History. He then gained an MA in the History of the Atlantic Economy at the University of Exeter, which led to doctoral research into the character, scale and significance of British privateering in the eighteenth century. Having gained his PhD, Dr Starkey was appointed Research Fellow in the Maritime History of Devon project at the University of Exeter, an appointment that was followed by two further research fellowships in maritime history at Exeter. In 1994, Dr Starkey joined the History Department at Hull when he became the holder of the first permanent lectureship to be dedicated to maritime historical studies in the UK university sector - the Wilson Family Lectureship in Maritime History. Dr Starkey is Director of the Maritime Historical Studies Centre at the University of Hull.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 1998
Contributors
Edited by Alan G. Jamieson Edited by David J. Starkey
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
University of Exeter Press
Pages
208
Dimensions
148x230x15
ISBN-13
9780859895330
Product ID
1833624

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