Journal for Maritime Research articles

Volume 15 (1)

Scorbutic nostalgia
vol. 15 (1): 27-36
Scurvy on the Pacific voyages in the age of Cook
vol. 15 (1): 37-45
The Sick and Hurt Board and the problem of scurvy
vol. 15 (1): 47-53
Scurvy martyrdom: Allen Gardiner and the Patagonian Mission
vol. 15 (1): 55-62
Scurvy and other vitamin deficiencies during the heroic age of Antarctic exploration
vol. 15 (1): 63-68
Hearts of oak and jolly tars? Heroism and insanity in the Georgian navy
vol. 15 (1): 69-82
Yachting and madness
vol. 15 (1): 83-93
Medical aspects of the development of scurvy: past and present
vol. 15 (1): 95-105
Behavioural and neurochemical effects of scurvy in gulo knockout mice
vol. 15 (1): 107-114

Volume 14 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 14 (2): 0-0
The art of the Arctic: British painting in the Far North
vol. 14 (2): 67-93
Negotiating a unified Atlantic naval command: Anglo-American summit talks and the impact of domestic politics
vol. 14 (2): 95-109
Remembering Matthew Flinders
vol. 14 (2): 111-119
Atlantic history reviewed
vol. 14 (2): 121-128
How Britain won the War of 1812: the Royal Navy's blockades of the United States, 1812–1815
vol. 14 (2): 129-131
A floating commonwealth: politics, culture, and technology on Britain's Atlantic coast, 1860–1930
vol. 14 (2): 131-133
Voyage to Jamestown: practical navigation in the age of discovery
vol. 14 (2): 133-135
Shipping the medieval military: English maritime logistics in the fourteenth century
vol. 14 (2): 136-137
The misfortunes of Alonso Ramirez: the true adventures of a Spanish American with 17th-century pirates
vol. 14 (2): 138-139
The slave trade and the origin of international human rights law
vol. 14 (2): 139-141
Empire to nation: art, history and the visualization of maritime Britain, 1768–1829
vol. 14 (2): 141-142
Our men in Brazil: the Hesketh brothers abroad
vol. 14 (2): 143-144
The sea their graves: an archaeology of death and remembrance in maritime culture
vol. 14 (2): 144-145

Volume 14 (1)

The navy and the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland, 1649–53
vol. 14 (1): 1-13
‘Diligent in business, serving the Lord’: John Burns, evangelicalism and Cunard's culture of speed, 1878–1901
vol. 14 (1): 15-30
Navigating culture: navigational instruments as cultural artefacts, c. 1550–1650
vol. 14 (1): 31-44
Empire, globalisation, and the cultural economy of the British world
vol. 14 (1): 45-55
James Fitzjames: the mystery man of the Franklin Expedition
vol. 14 (1): 57-59
The Court of Admiralty of Ireland, 1575–1893
vol. 14 (1): 59-61
Hawke, Nelson and British naval leadership, 1747–1805
vol. 14 (1): 61-63
Troubled waters: a social and cultural history of Ireland's sea fisheries
vol. 14 (1): 63-64
The development of mobile logistic support in Anglo-American naval policy, 1900–1953
vol. 14 (1): 64-66

Volume 13 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 13 (2): 0-0
The advancement of nautical knowledge: the Hydrographical Office, the Royal Navy and the charting of the Baltic Sea, 1795–1815
vol. 13 (2): 81-103
The shipping forecast and British national identity
vol. 13 (2): 104-116
Introduction: the military revolution at sea
vol. 13 (2): 117-118
From the ‘military revolution’ to the ‘fiscal-naval state’
vol. 13 (2): 119-128
The military revolution in warfare at sea during the early modern era: technological origins, operational outcomes and strategic consequences
vol. 13 (2): 129-137
An early modern naval revolution? The relationship between ‘economic reason of state’ and maritime warfare
vol. 13 (2): 138-150
Navy, nation and identity in the long nineteenth century
vol. 13 (2): 151-163