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    Bridging The North Sea

    7th North Sea History Conference

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    Publié le dimanche 10 février 2002 par François Ploux

    Résumé

    Friday 21 June 2002 12.30-14.00 Registration and lunch 14.00-14.15 Welcome Session 1 : Fighting over the North Sea, 1568-1702 Chair and general introduction : Pofessor Patrick Villiers, Unversité du Littoral-Côte d'Opale, France D

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    Friday 21 June 2002

    12.30-14.00 Registration and lunch
    14.00-14.15 Welcome

    Session 1 : Fighting over the North Sea, 1568-1702

    Chair and general introduction : Pofessor Patrick Villiers, Unversité du Littoral-Côte d'Opale, France

    Dr John Appleby, Liverpool Hope University, U-K. English privateering during he Later Sixteenth and early Seventeeth Centuries.

    Professor Adri P. van Vliet, Institute of Maritime History, The Hague, Netherlands. Privateering as an Instrument for economic and Naval Warfare (1568-1702). The Examples of Flanders, Zealand and Holland.

    Drs Ivo van Loo, Rijks Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands. The Dutch Dimension of the War on Trade. Results and Economic Consequences of Zealand Privateering in the Seventeenth Century (1568-1713).

    New Researchers in Maritime History (presentation of their research by Ph.D students). Chair : Professor Poul Holm, Centre for Maritime and regional Studeies, Syddansk Universitet, Esbjerg, Denmark.

    Saturday 22 June 2002

    Session 2 : Living by the North Sea

    Chair : Dr David J. Starkey, University of Hull, U-K.

    Professor Lex Heerma van Vos, International Institute of Social History, Netherlands. North Sea Economics, Social and Cultural Exchanges : A Regional Approach.

    Jan C. Oberg, University of Bremen, Germany. Strange sailors : Maritime Culture in 19th Century Bremen

    Professor John K. Walton, University of Central Lancashire, U-K. Fishing Communities and Redevelopment : The Case of Whitby, 1930-1970.

    Discussant : Dr Silvia Marzagalli, Université de Bordeaux 3, France.

    Session 3 : Adpting to the North Sea, 1814-1914.

    Chair : Haral Hamre, Director, Stavanger Maritime Museum, Norway.

    Dr Lars U Scholl, Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum, Bremehaven. Germany Savety at Sea - The German Perspective.

    Dr Christian Borde, Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale, France. Safety at Sea : The Role Played by States in Cooperation and Conventions : The French Aspect.

    David M. Williams, University of Leicester, U-K. Advances in Safety at Sea in the 19th Centry : The British Experience and Influence.

    Discussant : Dr Atle Thowsen, Bergen Maritime Museum, Norway.


    Sunday 23 June 2002

    Session 4 : Extending the North Sea

    Chair : Morten Hahn-pedresen, Director/Associate Professor, Fiskeri-og Sofertsmuseet/Centre for Maritime and Regional Studies, Esberg, Denmark.

    Professor Lewis R. Fisher, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. Title to follow.

    Soren Byskov, Curator/Reseach, Fellow, Fiskeri-og Sofertsmuseet/Centre for Maritime and Regional Studies, Esberg, Denmark. Danish Fishing and Commercial Ports Business Strategies.

    Dr David Hilling, Greenwich Maritime Institute, U-K. The Changing Spatial Dimension in Port Relations.

    Discussant : professor Sarah Palmer, Greenwich Maritime Institute, U-K.

    Wrap Up : Baard Kolltveit, Director of Research, Norwegian Maritime Museum, Oslo, Norway.






    Lieux

    • dunkerque, France

    Dates

    • vendredi 21 juin 2002

    Contacts

    • Isabelle Roussel
      courriel : iroussel [at] nordnet [dot] fr

    Pour citer cette annonce

    « Bridging The North Sea », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le dimanche 10 février 2002, http://calenda.org/186946