Journal for Maritime Research articles

Volume 9 (1)

'Deep convictions' in Conrad's 'the heroic age'
Carabine, Keith, vol. 9 (1): 1-22
The elephant and the whale: Empires of land and sea
Armitage, David, vol. 9 (1): 23-36
Whither with Nelson and Trafalgar? A review article on the bicentenary scholarship of the Nelson era
Hattendorf, John B., vol. 9 (1): 37-66

Volume 8 (1)

Shipbuilding and cultural identity on Clydeside
Bellamy, Martin, vol. 8 (1): 1-33
'Icebergs' and other recent discoveries in paintings from cook's second voyage by William Hodges
van der Merwe, Pieter, vol. 8 (1): 34-45
Challenging images: Mrs Mary Ross of Rochester, nineteenth-century businesswoman and warship builder
Doe, Helen, vol. 8 (1): 46-60
'Laborious and perilous adventures': François Arago's triumphant return to France
Murdin, Paul, vol. 8 (1): 61-78
Medical meets maritime: Using medical technologies to image historic ship models
Hicks, Roger W., vol. 8 (1): 79-105
Sea otters and savages in the Russian Empire: The Billings Expedition, 1785-1793
Jones, Ryan, vol. 8 (1): 106-121

Volume 7 (1)

Inchoate Possession: How Captain Kerguelen claimed an island
Lamb, Jonathan, vol. 7 (1): 1-15
Seeing differently: Shifts from the pictorial to the photographic in the shaping of the South Pacific
Bell, Leonard, vol. 7 (1): 16-25
The Spanish at Trafalgar: Ships, cannons, men and a problematic alliance
Rodríguez González, Agustín R., vol. 7 (1): 26-43
Gravina and the naval leadership of his day
Guimerá, Agustín, vol. 7 (1): 44-69
Some strategies and tactics regarding the Trafalgar campaign
Hierro, Jose Ignacio González-Aller, vol. 7 (1): 70-87
Nelson's 'old lady': Merchant news as a source of intelligence (June to October 1796)
Knight, Jane, vol. 7 (1): 88-109
The nature of victory at sea
Rodger, N. A. M., vol. 7 (1): 110-122
The nelson touch: The evolution of nelson's tactics at Trafalgar
White, Colin, vol. 7 (1): 123-139
The gunnery at Trafalgar: Training, tactics or temperament?
Duffy, Michael, vol. 7 (1): 140-169
The naval heritage of the US space programme: A case of losses
Spennemann, Dirk H. R., vol. 7 (1): 170-214
To break 'the trinity' or 'wipe out the smaller fry': The Australian pearl shell convention of 1913
Mullins, Steve, vol. 7 (1): 215-244
Looking for the material culture of the middle passage
Webster, Jane, vol. 7 (1): 245-258

Volume 6 (1)

America, the war of 1739-48 and the development of British global power
Harding, Richard, vol. 6 (1): 1-20
Understanding seventeenth-century ships' logbooks: An exercise in historical climatology
Wheeler, Dennis, vol. 6 (1): 21-36
Private enterprise and public service: Naval contracting in the Caribbean, 1720-50
Hamilton, Douglas, vol. 6 (1): 37-64
Looking for gunboats: British Naval operations in the Gulf of Bothnia, 1854-55
Lambert, Andrew, vol. 6 (1): 65-86
Herman moll's view of the south sea company
Hutchinson, Gillian, vol. 6 (1): 87-112
What shall we do with the poxy sailor?
Hall, Lesley A., vol. 6 (1): 113-144
Comfort and guidance for female passengers: The origins of women's employment on British Passenger Liners 1850-1914
Mäenpää, Sari, vol. 6 (1): 145-164

Volume 5 (1)

Charles-Félix-Pierre Fesche's journal of navigation
Fesche, Charles-Félix-Pierre, vol. 5 (1): 1-23
From cannibal to commerce
Grant, Robert, vol. 5 (1): 52-73
Navigation: The key to the Armada disaster
Douglas, Ken, vol. 5 (1): 74-120
Naval records and eighteenth-century black biography
Carretta, Vincent, vol. 5 (1): 143-158
Conventional submarine building at Scott's of Greenock, 1912-84
Johnman, Lewis, vol. 5 (1): 159-183