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Sabine Höhler in the Cultural Histories Series

Sabine Höhler recently contributed with the chapter “Creating the Blue Planet from Modern Oceanography” in the sixth volume of the The Cultural Histories of the Sea in the Global Age (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021).

Throughout history, how has the sea served as a site for cross-cultural exchange, trade and migration? As historians, how do the fields of naval history, maritime history and oceanic history intersect?
About the series, from Bloomsbury

Sabine’s chapter is available open access here: Creating the Blue Planet from Modern Oceanography

The full series can be purchased through the Bloomsbury link under the above qoute.

Information

Hoehler, S. (2021)
Creating the Blue Planet from Modern Oceanography: Creating the Blue Planet from
Modern Oceanography
In: Franziska Torma (ed.), A Cultural History of the Sea in the Global Age (pp. 21-44).
London: Bloomsbury Academic
The Cultural Histories Series

Projects

Formas SDGs: The Mediated Planet: Claiming Data for Environmental H2020-ERC-2017-ADG: SPHERE Study of the Planetary Human-Environment Relationship: The Rise of Global Environmental Governance

Funder

Swedish Research Council Formas, 2020-00512
EU, European Research Council, 787516

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