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  1. Week 1 - general intro 0 items
  2. Week 2 - introduction to historiography 1 item
    1. Historians on History 2008

      Book  Read sections by Hall (pp. 173-80), and Howard (pp. 194-201); think about the different messages each author - all distinguished historians - is conveying about what history is for, and how and why to "do it". If you have time, take a quick look at the rest of the text.

  3. Week 3 - Understanding naval historiography 3 items
    1. The pursuit of history: aims, methods and new directions in the study of history - John Tosh 2015

      Book  Read Chapter 3, 'Mapping the Field' | previous edition e-book also available with same chapter

  4. Week 5 - New approaches to maritime history 2 items
    1. Introduction - K. Wigen 01/06/2006

      Article 

  5. Week 7 - New approaches to naval history 2 items
  6. Week 9 - analysing the historiography of the Fisher ‘revolution’ 3 items
  7. Block 2 - Introductions to Historical Research 8 items
    1. History Beyond the Text - Barber, Sarah; Peniston-Bird, Corinna 1999

      Book 

    2. Reading primary sources: the interpretation of texts from nineteenth- and twentieth-century history - Miriam Dobson, Benjamin Ziemann 2009

      Book 

  8. Suggested subjects for Assessment 1 30 items
    Please choose only one - and if you wish do another of your own choosing, please do consult me first.
    1. Military Revolution at Sea 7 items
    2. A Nelsonian Revolution? 7 items
    3. The 'Creation' of Naval History 9 items
      1. Some Principles of Maritime Strategy - Corbett, Julian Stafford, Sir, 1854-1922

        Book 

    4. The Fisher 'Revolution' 7 items