Maritime History: The AAMH

  • What is Maritime History?

    Maritime history is the study of people and their activities in, on, around and under the waters of the world. This includes oceans, estuaries, rivers, and creeks.

  • Who we are

    The AAMH is run by an Executive Council that has officers from all States and Territories. The AAMH is not restricted to Australia and Australian maritime history: its membership and field of interest are international in scope. Go to Publications Page for more about the AAMH's contribution to maritime history.

Notices
Book Reviewers Wanted for these books: Click here
 
Call for Papers for The Great Circle
Please contact Dr Erika Techera ([email protected]), editor of The
Great Circle if you are interested in submitting your paper for consideration.
 
Online Talks from the Australian National Maritime Museum: Go to the Events Page for details. 
 
Indian Ocean Studies Conference (sponsored by the AAMH) 22, 23 November 2019 - video of papers at https://sheridan.edu.au/index.php/extensions/2019-indian-ocean-conference
 
March 2020 Issue of the Newsletter out now - go to Newsletter page  
- Vol 2, 2019 issue of The Great Circle Out Now
 
Maritime Day in Fremantle was a success - have a look at posters on the Events page

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Australian Wooden Boat Festival: Photo: Sven Beicher