Although we look forward to the day we can welcome you back to King’s College London, we will continue to meet exclusively online until further notice. The details for joining the sessions on Zoom are below.
21 January 2021 ‘The law is open on both sides’: Great Britain and Sweden’s Interpretation of the Law of Nations in the East India Trade in the 1730s
Christin Simons, University of St Andrews
4 February 2021 Historical Sections’ and ‘Battle Studies’: the British Influence Upon American Visions of ‘Sea Power’ and History
David Kohnen, Hattendorf Historical Center, US Naval War College
18 February 2021 The Blockade Legend: the Limitations on the British Empire’s Blockade of Germany, 1914-1917
Eric Grove, Associate Fellow Institute for Strategic Studies
4 March 2021 Trafalgar. Temeraire. The Men.
Emma Cooper, Independent Researcher
22 April 2021 Commerce and Charters, Conflict and Contraband: the Norwegian Steamship Tungus and the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905
6 May 2021 Speaker and Title To Be Confirmed
As always, attendance is free and open to all. To take part, you must register on Zoom via the event listing where you will receive a link to join via email. You can do this here: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/events/series/kings-maritime-history-seminars.
Papers will begin, as usual, at 17:15 GMT.
The King’s Maritime History Seminar is hosted by the ‘Laughton Naval Unit’ and the ‘Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War’ in the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. It is organised by the British Commission for Maritime History (www.maritimehistory.org.uk) in association with the Society for Nautical Research (https://snr.org.uk/) and with the support of Lloyds Register. For further information contact Dr Alan James, War Studies, KCL, WC2R 2LS (email@example.com).