MA Maritime History
Plymouth’s long and fascinating maritime history makes it the perfect location to explore five centuries of maritime history from the Spanish Armada of 1588 through to questions around the continued importance of sea power and navies in the modern world.
All at Sea: Research Skills for Maritime History
MA Maritime History featured module: All at Sea: Research Skills for Maritime History. This module equips students with the key research skills to succeed as maritime historians.
Land ahoy! Talks on maritime history and heritage
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Land ahoy! Talks on maritime history and heritage. FUTURES2020 event. 28 November 2020.
Maritime Explorations and Encounters
MA Maritime History featured module: Maritime Explorations and Encounters, examining the major concepts and themes of maritime exploration and encounters from the fifteenth to the 21st centuries.
Anglo-American Relations in Maritime Perspective, 1775–1991
MA Maritime History featured module: Anglo-American Relations in Maritime Perspective, 1775–1991, challenging students to rethink the so-called ‘special relationship’ through a maritime lens.
Sea Power in History
MA Maritime History featured module: Sea Power in History, exploring the role of sea power in war and peace from the ancient world to the 20th century.
MA Maritime History feature module: Dissertation, the capstone of the MA Maritime History degree
Student wins BCMH Undergraduate Achievement in Maritime History prize
University of Plymouth third year BA (Hons) History student wins British Commission for Maritime History Undergraduate Achievement in Maritime History Prize.