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4th Mediterranean Maritime History Conference
4TH
MEDITERRANEAN
MARITIME
HISTORY
NETWORK
CONFERENCE
7-8-9
MAY
2014
PROGRAMME / GUIDE
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FOREWORD
WELCOME TO THE 4th MEDITERRANEAN
MARITIME HISTORY NETWORK CONFERENCE
The principal aim of the Mediterranean Maritime History Network (MMHN) is to act
as a clearing house for the exchange of information concerning current research on
Mediterranean maritime history. Previous conferencess were held in Valetta (2002),
Messina/Taormina (2006) and Izmir (2010).
The 4th Mediterranean Maritime History Network Conference is hosted by the Museu
Marítim de Barcelona. Over the last few decades, this institution has become a focus
point for maritime history in both Spain and the Mediterranean area. More than a
mere repository of artifacts, the Museu Marítim de Barcelona, is a vibrant centre for
maritime culture.
Housed in the Drassanes Reials de Barcelona, the former Royal Dockyards, whose
origins date back to the Middle Ages, it is one of the most impressive and best
preserved buildings in the city of Barcelona, which day by day reminds us of our
maritime heritage. A galley arsenal from the 13th Century, rebuilt in the 16th Century,
this is an unique building.
The Museu Maritim de Barcelona hosts the conference with the collaboration of the
Universitat de Barcelona and other local institutions. The Museum and the University
of Barcelona work together in different projects on maritime history through the
Permanent Observatory of Maritime History and Culture of the Mediterranean.
Barcelona, capital de l‘antic Principat de Catalunya, és per sobre de tot una ciutat
marítima i portuària. No es pot comprendre el seu present ni pensar en el seu futur
més enllà del mar. Més de dos mil anys d’història vinculada al mar han generat una
cultura i un patrimoni que el Museu Marítim de Barcelona preserva i difon. Aquesta
és la seva missió principal, però també ho és la promoció de la recerca i la creació de
coneixement. És per això que per a nosaltres és un honor acollir en la nostra ciutat i en
el nostre museu el IV Congrés de la Mediterranean Maritime History Network.
És un plaer, a més a més, acollir un col·lectiu de persones que, de ben segur, visitaran
Barcelona amb una mirada diferent, des de la comprensió del valor que té el fet
marítim en la historia dels pobles. El mar uneix i separa alhora, i un congrés com
el que ens reuneix ha d’unir a través del coneixement. En els darrers anys hem fet
un esforç enorme per recuperar i restaurar les Drassanes Reials de Barcelona, un
tresor arquitectònic que és també un símbol del passat marítim de la nostra ciutat i
del nostre país. Acollir a les seves naus un congrés d’Història Marítim focalitzat en la
Mediterrània és una de les millors formes d’omplir de vida aquest antic arsenal.
Us agraïm la vostra presència i us convidem a gaudir de la nostra ciutat, del nostre
museu i de la nostra companyia durant aquests dies.
Barcelona, capital of the former Principality of Catalonia, is in essence a maritime and
port city. Its present or future history cannot be understood without the presence of the
sea. More than two thousand years of history bound to this sea generated a culture and
heritage, which is preserved and promoted by the Maritime Museum of Barcelona. This
is the main mission of the Museum, but to foster research and the creation of knowledge
is also a key objective. For this reason it is an honour for us to welcome in our city and
in our Museum the 4th Mediterranean Maritime History Network Conference.
We are also very pleased to host a group of people who will surely visit Barcelona
in a different perspective, with an open understanding of what the maritime value is
for the history of peoples. The sea binds but also separates, and this Conference will
surely join us by means of knowledge. In the recent past we made great efforts to
recover and restore the Royal Dockyards of Barcelona, an architectural treasure, which
is also a symbol of the maritime past of our city and our country. The organisation of a
Conference of Maritime history focused on the Mediterranean is one of the best ways
to give life to this ancient dockyard.
We thank your for your participation and invite you to enjoy our city, our Museum and
our company during these days.
Mr. Roger Marcet
Director General
Museu Maritim de Barcelona
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PROGRAMME
The number in bold indicates the page where further details are to be found.
tuesday 6th
17:00 -19:00
Starting
Time
8:00-9:00
Registration (Hall MMB)
wednesday 7th
Conference Hall Conference Hall Conference Hall
MMB
Rosa Sensat
EOI
Registration (Hall MMB)
Starting
Time
9:00
9:00
Welcome & Opening (Conference Hall MMB)
9:30
Keynote Speaker. Dr. Carlos Martínez Shaw (UNED):
Una historia total del mar y sus orillas
10:30
10:30
Coffee break (Yard MMB)
11:00*
11:00*
14:00
15:30**
18:00
20:00
Starting
Time
8:00-9:00
09:00
10:30
11:00*
Ports & Cities
Session
6
Panel: Towards the
Corsairing &
Central Med
Slavery Session
7
8
Politics
Session
10
Ports & Cities
Session
Panel: Towards the Panel: Black Sea
Central Med
Trade
9
17:00 - 17:30
Politics
Session
17:30 - 18:00
The Mediterranean
Dimension of The
International Journal
of Maritime History
15:30**
Lunch break
14:00
15:30**
Congress Welcome Dinner (Drassanes Reials - Grada Major)
thursday 8th
Conference Hall Conference Hall Conference Hall
MMB
Rosa Sensat
EOI
Registration (Hall MMB)
Classroom
Angels Garriga
Power Projection
Session
11
Medieval Trade &
Traders Session
12
Panel: Black Sea Panel: La Marina
y la Movilización...
History
16
14
Power Projection
Session
Medieval Trade &
Traders Session
Panel: Black Sea Panel: La Marina
y la Movilización...
History
Power Projection
Session
Trade & Traders
Session
13
Conference Hall Conference Hall Conference Hall
Classroom
MMB
Rosa Sensat
EOI
Angels Garriga
Culture & Ideology
Science &
Relations between
Health
Session
Technology Session Regions Session
Session
22
18
19
20
Science &
Technology
Session
Science &
Technology Session
16:45 - 17:15
Presentation Société
Internationale des
Historiens de la
Meditérrannée
Introduction of IAMS
and its Activities
Guided tour of the Royal Dockyards of Barcelona (Drassanes Reials)
14:00
4
Classroom
Angels Garriga
FRIDAY 9th
Coffee break (Yard MMB)
Consular
Culture & Ideology
Relations between
networks Session
Session
Regions Session
21
Lunch break
16:10 - 16:40
Presentation Research
group The Governance
of Atlantic Ports
XIVth - XXIth
Centuries
17:30
Closure of Conference. Speaker: Sr. Senén Florensa (Institut Europeu de
la Mediterrània): El momento actual de la cooperación euromediterranea
18:00
MMHN General Assembly Meeting
20:00
Congress Farewell Dinner,
organized by the Fishermen Guild of Barcelona (Fishing Port)
Coffee break (Yard MMB)
Lunch break
Resources of the
Sea Session
15
Labour Sessión
(1)
17
18:30
Guided tour of the Royal Dockyards of Barcelona (Drassanes Reials)
19:30
Spanish historians and researchers meeting
*Before lunch, between the Coffee Break and the Lunch Break, there will be
an additional 20-minute break from 12.20hrs to 12.40hrs. During this short
break NO coffee will be served by the Organizers.
**After lunch there will be a brief 20-minute break from 16.40hrs to 17.00hrs.
During this short break NO coffee will be served by the Organizers.
(1)This session will be held at the UB
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SESSIONS PROGRAMME
Wednesday 7th
11:00-18:00h: MMB Conference Hall
PORTS & CITIES
Chairs: Gerasimos Pagratis; Enric García
Cristina, Giovanni (Università degli Studi di Catania)
Catania and Valencia’s way to modernity: Industrialisation, infrastructures and trade
networks in two port cities of Mediterranean Europe (1850-1915)
Balta, Georgia (University of Greenwich)
From Shipping Revolution to Chinese Investment: How has the Port of Piraeus Shaped
the Greco-Chinese Relations from the 1950s to the 2000s?
Azzopardi, Simone (University of Malta)
The Grand Harbour Extension Project
Guidi Sánchez , José Javier (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
The harbours of the south Catalonia (Spain) in the Middle Ages (centuries X-XIV
A.D.). From al-Andalus to the consolidation of the system of the Kingdom of CataloniaAragon and the expansion for the West of the Mediterranean.
Borrás Matamoros, Noelia (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
El port dels Alfacs i la nova població de Sant Carles de la Ràpita.
Puente Pérez, Ginés (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Los problemas derivados de la construcción del Puerto de Salou: 1816.
LUNCH
García Sánchez, Laura (Universitat de Barcelona)
Un escenario de poder en la Cataluña mediterránea: la Plaza de Palacio y el Portal de
Mar de Barcelona.
Soberón Rodríguez, Mikel (Codex. Arqueologia i Patrimoni)
Mirant la ciutat des del port. Barcelona i les obres portuàries baixmedievals.
García Garralón, Marta (Universidad Nacional de Educación Distancia UNED)
Proyectos y trabajos en el puerto de Barcelona a lo largo del siglo XVIII.
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Wednesday 7th
11:00-17:00h: Rosa Sensat Conference Hall
PANEL: TOWARDS THE CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN:
KINGDOM OF NAPLES, MALTA AND IONIAN ISLANDS
BETWEEN POLITICS AND DIPLOMACY (16th-19th C).
Organizers: Mirella Mafrici and Simon Mercieca
Chair: Henry Frendo
Mafrici, Mirella (Università degli Studi di Salerno)
The Knights of Malta, the Mediterranean Sea, the Turkish (XVI-XVII Century)
Naymo, Vicenzo (Università degli Studi di Messina)
The Order of Malta and the Roccella’s Carafas in the Mediterranean: dynastical
strategies of a family from the Kingdom of Naples.
Sirago, Maria (Liceo Classico Jacopo Sannazaro di Napoli)
A new naval policy in the second half of the XVIIth Century: Andrea d’Avalos, the
prince of Montesarchio, and Gregorio Carafa, the Gran Master of the Order of the
Knights of Malta.
Delli Quadri, Rosa Maria (Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale)
The Kingdom of Naples and the Ionian islands in the French decade.
Grech, Ivan (University of Malta)
Manpower shortages in the Mediterranean: the Order of St John’s Labourforce
Recruitment Problems during the Long Seventeenth Century.
Abela, Joan (University of Malta)
A Vibrant Economy based on Trade – Port Activities in Malta 1530-1565.
LUNCH
Mercieca, Simon (University of Malta)
Maritime Trade on Canvas: The Unedited Stories behind Five Nineteenth-Century
Ex-Voto Paintings at the Cospicua Parish Church in Malta.
Rodrigo Alharilla, Martín (Univestitat Pompeu Fabra)
Barcelona 1845 - 1900: un puerto atlántico en el Mediterráneo.
Theuma, Frank (University of Malta)
The Tyranny of the Winds: Maritime connections and disruptions between the
Eastern Mediterranean and Malta in the late eighteenth century
17:30 Tenold, Stig and Ojala, Jari
The Mediterranean Dimension of The International Journal of Maritime History.
17:00-17:30 Metin Ataç, Muzaffer and Isipek, Ali
Introduction about IAMS and its activities
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Wednesday 7th
Wednesday 7th
CORSAIRING & SLAVERY
PANEL: BLACK SEA TRADE (LATE 18TH - 19TH C.)
López Nadal, Gonçal (Universitat de les Illes Balears)
Corso y mundo mediterráneo. Reflexiones. Homenaje a Michel Fontenay.
Ardeleanu, Constantin (Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați)
Danubian Grain and the Mediterranean Deposit Ports (1829-1853).
Sicking, Louis (Universiteit Leiden)
Islands, pirates and privateers in the late medieval and early modern Mediterranean.
Luca, Cristian (Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați)
Greek ship-owners and shipmasters in the Lower Danube and North-Western Black
Sea ports during the late eighteenth century.
11:00-14:00h: EOI Conference Hall
Chair: Eloy Martín Corrales
Fe Cantó, Luis Fernando (Université d’Orléans)
Un ensayo de geo-historia del corso magreb entre el siglo XVII y el XVIII.
Ben Rejeb, Lotfi (University of Ottawa)
The Cruise of the Abaellino, an American Corsair, in the Mediterranean during the War
of 1812.
Davis, Robert C. (Ohio State University)
Escape to Majorca
15:30-18:00h: EOI Conference Hall
Chair: Panos Kapetanakis
Pagratis, Gerasimos (University of Athens)
The Ionian Islanders’ Maritime Trade in Black Sea (1800-1807).
Kapetanakis, Panos (University of Greenwich)
The British “ blue water trade policy” penetrating the Black Sea and the Danube
(late 18th-19th centuries).
LUNCH
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Thursday 8th
9:00-19:00h: MMB Conference Hall
POWER PROJECTION
Chairs: Sra. Marta García Garralón; Sabine Florence Fabijanec; Louis Sicking
Wednesday 7th
11:00-17:00h: Classroom Angels Garriga
POLITICS
Chairs: Constantin Ardeleanu; Salvatore Bottari
Vitali, Francesco (La Sapienza Università di Roma)
Some important passages of Mediterranean politics of Ferdinando I from the point of
view of Apostolic Nuncios.
Carpentier, Bastien (Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale)
Giovanni Andrea Doria et le contrôle militaire de la Méditerranée à l’époque de Philippe
II (1584-1598). Réseaux sociaux et factions d’entrepreneurs de la guerre.
Valiente, Severine (Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III)
Les réseaux d’espionnage de la monarchie catholique de Philippe II en Méditerranée
orientale.
Santiago Medina, Barbara (Universidad Complutense)
Ecos de un pasado olvidado: La Inquisición del Mar a través de los fondos del Archivo
Histórico Nacional (Madrid).
López Campillo, Rosa Mª (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)
Daniel Defoe, propagandista político de la Guerra de Sucesión Española: la estrategia
marítima de Mr. Review.
Freller, Thomas (University of Applied Sciences of Aalen)
Echoes of decay - or demonstration of strength? Reinhold Lubenau`s Ottoman
Mediterranean naval campaign diary (1588).
McLay, Keith (University of Chester)
“No Peace without Spain”: Barcelona during the War of the Spanish Succession,
1702-17013/14.
Frumin, Mitia (Lander Institute - Jerusalem Academic Center)
Maritime aspects of Russian siege of Beirut of 1773 by primary sources.
COFFEE BREAK
La Nave, Gaetano Daniele (Università di Napoli - L’Orientale)
The build-up of the Soviet fleet in the Mediterranean and the Western fear (1963-1975).
Guimerà, Agustín (Centro Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas CSIC)
Maritime Frontier and Naval Strategy: Spain and the Mediterranean (1783-1808).
Sánchez Carrión, José Maria (Independent Scholar)
The sea battle of Portman (1873).
Escribano Páez, Jose Miguel (European University Institute)
The peripheral military administration of the Mediterranean enterprises of Emperor Charles V.
Losa Serrano, Pedro (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)
La rivalidad propagandística entre whigs y tories sobre la Batalla Naval de Málaga en 1704.
Gallia, Arturo (Università degli Studi Roma Tre)
The Island of Ponza in the maritime strategies of the Kingdom of Naples (XVIII century).
Sánchez Baena, Juan José; Fondevila, Pedro (Cátedra de Historia Naval. Universidad
de Murcia)
Los Guarda Estandartes: la formación de los oficiales de la Escuadra de Galeras de
España (1728-1748).
LUNCH
LUNCH
Alfaro Zaforteza, Carlos (King’s College, London)
Revolution, reaction and state-building in Liberal Spain: The challenge of political
violence on the Mediterranean coast.
Bagarić, Petar (Sveučilište u Zagrebu - University of Zagreb)
The Adriatic Sea in the Croatian political culture 1945-47.
Fuente, Pablo de la (Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawla II); Pujol, Marcel
(Escola Superior de Conservació i Restauració de Béns Culturals de Catalunya)
Un cementerio de la escuadra del almirante D. Miguel de Oquendo en Roses.
Fuente, Pablo de la (Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawla II); Haler, Pierre (CEDIP)
Entre la literatura y la historia: “Un de Begur” de Josep Pla y el hundimiento del
mercante Palermo a cargo del submarino U-72 (1916).
Iordache, Luiza (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona); Güell, Casilda (Universitat
Internacional de Catalunya)
La ayuda soviética a la República española a través del Mediterráneo (1936-1937).
Tarruell, Cecilia (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales)
Entre Chrétienté et Islam : parcours des serviteurs des galères de la Monarchie
hispanique (fin XVIe-début XVIIe siècles).
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Thursday 8th
Thursday 8th
TRADE & TRADERS (Medieval)
TRADE & TRADERS (Modern and Contemporary)
Pagani, Gianluca (Universidad de Sevilla)
Un puerto mediterráneo: Génova, finales siglo XII principios del siglo XIII, rutas
comerciales, rutas diplomáticas.
Cook, John (Independent Scholar)
“Freights Down - Ships Down”. One of the consequences of the 1920 freight market
collapse
09:00-14:00h: Rosa Sensat Conference Hall
Chair: Roser Salicrú I Lluch
Juárez Valero, Eduardo (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia UNED)
El mar Mediterráneo y la guerra del vidrio / The Mediterranean Sea and the War of
Glass
Duarte, Luis Miguel (Universidade do Oporto)
La deuxième colonne d’Hercule: les équivoques de la conquête portugaise de Ceuta.
COFFEE BREAK
Morro, Guillem (Universitat de les Illes Balears)
Un dret reial sobre el comerç medieval a Síria i Egipte: El dret del Quirat.
Sequeira, Joana Isabel (CHAM- U. Nova de Lisboa/ CITCEM – U. do Porto)
From Pisa to Lisbon. The role of the Salviati-Da Colle Company in fifteenth-century
Mediterranean trade.
15:30-18:30h: Rosa Sensat Conference Hall
Chair: Silvia Marzagalli
Bottari, Salvatore (Università degli Studi di Messina)
Merchants and the Trade between Naples, Sicily and England in the Sixteenth and
Seventeenth Centuries.
Aragón Ruano, Alvaro (Universidad del País Vasco)
The Mediterranean connections of Basque ports during the 18th century.
Hernández Sau, Pablo (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)
¿Decadencia o readaptación en el Mediterráneo del Siglo de las Luces? El concepto
historiográfico de decadencia a revisión, una propuesta alternativa en la comprensión
del Mare Nostrum de la segunda mitad del s.XVIII.
Martin Corrales, Eloy (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Litigios de capitanes otomanos en la Barcelona de fines del siglo XVIII y comienzos
del siglo XIX.
Roskar, Jelena; Gardas, Miro; Lachner, Visnja (University of Osijek)
Legal regulation of trade of fish, wine and salt in the statutes of Dalmatian cities in the
Medieval Time.
Veneri, Aspa (Université Paris-Sorbonne IV)
Rivalry between the Byzantine Maritime Powers in the Mediterranean Sea since the 13th
century.
LUNCH
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Thursday 8th
Thursday 8th
PANEL: BLACK SEA HISTORY
RESOURCES OF THE SEA
Harlaftis, Gelina (Ionian University)
The Black Sea and its port-cities, 1770´s-1910s. Development, convergence and
linkages with the global economy.
Vaills, Jean-Louis (Univerité Perpignan)
Les amers, une manipulation de l’espace par les signes.
09:00-14:00h: EOI Conference Hall
Chair/Organizer: Gelina Harlaftis
Iurkova, Oksana (Institute of History of Ukranie)
The Study of the Ukrainian Port Cities of the Long 19th Century: Historiography,
Archival sources and Contemporary Research Problems.
Konstantinova, Victoria (Berdyansk State Pedagogical University)
Ukrainian port cities in the context of urbanization processes in the Russian Empire,
the mid-19th-early 20th century.
COFFEE BREAK
Lyman, Igor (Berdyansk State Pedagogical University)
Berdyansk of the 19th -the early 20th century: the unrealized plans to become “the
second Odessa”.
15:30-18:30h: EOI Conference Hall
Chair: Olga López Vidal Bonavila, Judit (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
El desarrollo marítimo durante los siglos XVI y XVII: Las almadrabas catalanas.
Corcoll Llobet, Antoni (Universitat de Barcelona)
La pesca de l’eriçó de mar.
Carbonell Camós, Eliseu (Institut Català de Recerca en Patrimoni Cultural)
La qüestió del carril. Conflicte al món pesquer a la costa del Maresme a finals del XIX.
Pujol Hamelink, Marcel (Escola Superior de Conservació i Restauració de Béns
Culturals de Catalunya); Garrido Escobar, Alfons (Universitat de Girona); Solà Valls,
Laia (Universitat de Girona)
El sardinal, l’art que revolucionar el mon de la pesca i el regim senyorial de la costa
catalana a la segona meitat del XVI (1550 - 1620).
Frangakis-Syret, Elena (University of New York)
Commerce, Credit and the World Economy: the View from Izmir, c.1770s-1830s.
Sydorenko, Anna (Ionian University)
Crimean ports and connection with the Mediterranean and Western Europe markets
(last quarter of the 19th century - beginning of the 20th century.
Galani, Katerina (Ionian University)
Crossing the Gates to the Black Sea: Constantinople: an imperial and international
maritime centre.
Tchkoidze, Eka (Ilia State Univertity)
Trade development and shipping of city of Batumi at the end of the 19th and the
beginning of the 20th century.
LUNCH
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Thursday 8th
Thursday 8th
PANEL: LA MARINA Y LA MOVILIZACIÓN DE RECURSOS
HUMANOS Y MATERIALES EN EL SIGLO XVIII
LABOUR
9:00-12:30h: Classroom Angels Garriga
Chairs/Organizers: Maria Baudot and Agustin González Enciso
Baudot Monroy, Maria (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia UNED)
No siempre enemigos: la expedición conjunta hispano-inglesa para instalar en los
ducados toscanos al infante Don Carlos en 1731.
Díaz Ordónez, Manuel (Universidad de Sevilla)
Corona española: deslocalización manufacturera del cáñamo y ubicación industrial
en el Mediterráneo, 1750-1754.
González Enciso, Agustín (Universidad de Navarra)
El revisionismo español y las expediciones navales en el Mediterráneo, 1715-1748.
COFFEE BREAK
Solbes Ferri, Sergi (Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)
Movilización de transportes marítimos para traslado de tropas durante las campañas
de Italia de la década de 1740.
15:30-18:30h: Universitat de Barcelona Conference Hall
Chair: Martín Rodrigo Alharilla Von Briesen, Brendan (Universitat de Barcelona)
Sharing the Load: the labor organization of cargo handlers in the Port of Barcelona at
the turn of the Nineteenth Century.
García Domingo, Enric (Universitat de Barcelona); González Sánchez, Inmaculada
(Independent Scholar)
Notes for the Study of Seamen Welfare in Spain (1864-1936).
Cantano Carballo, Ricardo (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
El ressorgiment català del XVIII. L’exemple dels Llauger de Canet: de pagesos a
mariners i comerciants
Ibarz Gelabert, Jordi (Universitat de Barcelona)
Sindicalismo sin organización. Conflictividad obrera de los estibadores portuarios de
Barcelona entre 1947 y 1962.
Torres Sánchez, Rafael (Universidad de Navarra)
“El mercado naval europeo”. La movilización de recursos en la expedición anfibia a
Menorca, 1781-1782.
LUNCH
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friday 9th
friday 9th
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
RELATIONS BETWEEN REGIONS
Gertwagen, Ruthy (University of Haifa)
Technological aspects of maritime trade and warfare in the late medieval Mediterranean.
Fabijanec, Sabine Florence (Institut des sciences historiques de l’Académie Croate)
Le rôle économique des espaces insulaires dans les terres croates en Adriatique
orientale médiévale.
9:00-16:30h: MMB Conference Hall
Chairs: Agustín Guimerá; Thomas Freller
Da Costa Picas do Vale, José Augusto (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea: A bridge not too far. King D.
Carlos and Prince Albert, pioneers of modern Oceanography.
Martinović, Ivica (Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb)
The reception of Nikola Sagri’s observations of tides from Petrić’s Pancosmia (1591)
to Bacon’s De fluxu et refluxu maris (1653).
COFFEE BREAK
Gluzman, Renard (Tel-Aviv University)
The Life-Cycle of Venetian Round Ships in the Renaissance Period
Gugliuzzo, Carmelina; Restifo, Giuseppe (Università degli Studi di Messina)
Gli alberi furono alberi. Forest management and Naval Policy in Early Modern Age
Mediterranean.
Durán Fuentes, Manuel (Universidade da Coruña)
Enlightenment in historic lighthouses. Proposal of an operating mechanism for the
oldest lighthouses.
López Miguel, Olga (Museu Marítim de Barcelona)
Models of Knowledge Transfer about Shipbuilding. The Naval Architecture Chair (18291845).
Moreno Rico, Javier (Independent Scholar); López Miguel, Olga (Museu Marítim de
Barcelona)
The Sisteré Company. Experiences of the transition from sail to steam at a shipyard in
Barcelona in the nineteenth century.
Solà, Àngels (Universitat de Barcelona)
Els mestre d’aixa barcelonins a cavall dels segles XVIII i XIX.
Alonso Mora, Alba (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
El papel del mar en el desarrollo de la minería del condado de Prades y la Baronía de
Entença (siglo XIV).
9:00-16:30h: Rosa Sensat Conference Hall
Chairs: Ruthy Gertwagen; Keith McLay
Vaquer Bennasar, Onofre (Universitat de les Illes Balears)
Comercio marítimo de mallorca, 1448-1650.
Blanes Andres, Roberto (Independent Scholar)
Trade relationship within Tabarca and Valencia (1600-1703).
Lev, Yaakov (Bar-Ilan University)
Italian Traders in Mamluk Ports and Cities: Maritime and Economic.
COFFEE BREAK
Kaps, Klemens (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)
Looking West: Trans-national merchants between Trieste and Barcelona, 1750-1820.
D’Andrea, Diletta; D’Angelo, Michela (Università degli Studi di Messina)
British merchants in the Mediterranean during the Napoleonic wars: William Denison
and William Sanderson between Malta and Sicily.
Clemente, Alida (University of Human Sciences Niccoló Cusano)
Maritime trade and smuggling in the perspective of Naples (18th century).
Kuru, Mehmet (University of Toronto)
Ottoman merchants, Venetian partners: solved – unsolved cases from 17th century.
Radić Rossi, Irena (Sveučilište u Zadru – University of Zadar); Nicolardi, Mariangela;
Bondioli, Mauro (independent Scholar); Vieira de Castro, Filipe (Texas A&M
University)
Shipwreck of Gnalić – Mirror of the Renaissance Europe.
LUNCH
16:10-16:40 García Garralón, Marta
Presentation Research group The Governance of Atlantic Ports XIVth-XXIth
Centuries
LUNCH
16:45-17:15 Jaspert, Nikolas and Marzagalli, Silvia
Presentation Société Internationale des Historiens de la Meditérrannée
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4TH MEDITERRANEAN MARITIME HISTORY NETWORK CONFERENCE
friday 9th
friday 9th
HEALTH
CONSULAR NETWORKS
Fábregas Roig, Josep (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Las Juntas de Sanidad y la presencia de la fiebre amarilla de 1820: La demarcación
del Camp de Tarragona.
Chessel, C.I. (Melbourne University, Melbourne and UniMelb)
Britain’s Ionian Consul Spiridion Foresti - British Protection to Greek Revolution (18101822).
9:00-10:30h: EOI Conference Hall
Chair: Jordi Ibarz
Moll, Isabel; López Nadal, Gonçal; Salas, Pere (Universitat de les Illes Balears)
El peligro viene del mar: Las Islas Baleares frente a las epidemias, 1820-1
Lopes Esteves, Alexandra (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
When the disease arrive by sea: the development of maritime sanitarism in the 19th,
in Portugal.
COFFEE BREAK
11:00-14:00h: EOI Conference Hall
Chair: Elena Frangakis-Syrett Fryksen, Gustaf (Lund University)
The ‘Omnipresent’ Consul: George Logie, the North African Regencies & the Early
Swedish Consular Networks in the Mediterranean World, 1729-1766.
Di Paola, Maria Teresa (Istituto di Studi Storici G. Salvemini di Messina)
At the service of His Royal Majesty, Trade and Navy: The British consuls for Sicily,
Malta and adjacent Islands during the Napoleonic wars.
Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves; Marzagalli,Silvia (Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis)
Le consul, un observateur maritime en Méditerranée ? Le cas de Fölsch, consul
suédois à Marseille, 1780-1804.
Zamora Rodríguez, Francisco Javier (Centro de História de Além-Mar CHAM / Nova
- UAÇ)
Recepción y circulación de personas. La historia marítima a través de los consulados
de extranjeros en el Mediterráneo.
LUNCH
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4TH MEDITERRANEAN MARITIME HISTORY NETWORK CONFERENCE
friday 9th
09:00 – 14:00h: Classroom Angels Garriga
CULTURE AND IDEOLOGY
Chair: Robert Davis
Apostolou, Irini (Université d’Athènes)
Images de îles de la Méditerranée dans la revue Le Tour du monde : journal des
voyages (1860-1914).
Buttigieg, Emanuel (University of Malta)
The Order of St John and power-projection through rituals in the Grand Harbour of
Malta.
4TH
MEDITERRANEAN
MARITIME
HISTORY
NETWORK
CONFERENCE
Chrissidis, Nikolaos (Southern Connecticut State University); Harlaftis, Gelina
(Ionian University)
The Name is the Game (and the Sail): Boat-naming Practices of Greek Shipowners in
the 18th and 19th centuries.
COFFEE BREAK
Rotem, Elinor (MOFET Institut)
Sky and water.
Díaz Borrás, Andrés (IES Camp de Morvedre); López García, Vicente (Greenwich
National Maritime Museum); Tolosa Robledo, Luisa (Universitat Politècnica de
València)
One approaching to portulano de mare of Gio Gentile: Mediterranean landscapes in
the XVII century. The graphic illustration of the lighthouses, as example.
Dauverd, Céline (University of Colorado Boulder)
The Marrano Jews of Spanish Naples: A Policy of Hybridization?
LUNCH
GENERAL
INFORMATION
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THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Jordi IbarzProfessor of Contemporary History at the University of
Barcelona (UB)
Enric GarciaHead of the Collections and Research Department of
Barcelona (MMB)
Olga López Curator and Head of the Projects Office (MMB)
Inma González Curator (MMB)
Lluïsa Prieto Cooperation Department (MMB)
THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Michela D’Angelo Università di Messina. Italia
Marta García GarralónUNED - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.
Spain
Ruthy GertwagenUniversity of Haifa. Israel
Agustín Guimerà Ravina CSIC- Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas.
Spain
Gelina Harlaftis Ionian University. Greece
Jean-Claude Hocquet Université de Lille. France
Jordi Ibarz Gelabert Universitat de Barcelona. Spain
Mirella Mafrici Università degli Studi di Salerno. Italy
Eloy Martín Corrales Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Spain
Carlos Martinez Shaw UNED - Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.
Spain
Martín Rodrigo Alharilla Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Spain
Juan José Sánchez Baena Universidad de Murcia. Spain
Roser Salicrú i Lluch IMF/CSIC - Consejo Superior de Investigaciones
Científicas. Spain
Elena Frangakis-Syrett The City University of New York, USA
Rafael Torres Sánchez UNAV - Universidad de Navarra. Spain
Jesús Maria Valdaliso Gago UPV / EHU - Universidad del País Vasco. Spain
Carmel Vassallo Co-ordinator & Contact Point. University of Malta
REGISTRATION DESK OPENING HOURS
Tuesday 6th from 17 to 19h
Wednesday 7th from 08 to 09h
Thursday 8th from 08 to 09h
LOCATIONS / HOW TO ARRIVE
Most of the meetings will be held at the Museu Marítim de Barcelona premises:
Conference Hall Museu Marítim de Barcelona (Av. De les Drassanes s/n)
• Welcome & Opening session
• Key Speaker Conference
• Closure Conference
• Some parallel sessions
Conference Room:
• Parallel sessions
Other parallel sessions will be hosted in two different rooms located outside the museum
premises but very close to it:
• Rosa Sensat School (Conference Hall Rosa Sensat and classroom Angels Garriga)
Av. de les Drassanes, 3
•E
scola Oficial de Idiomes (EOI) Av. De les Drassanes, 14
•F
acultat de Geografia i Història, Universitat de Barcelona. C. Montalegre, 6
EOI
ORGANIZATION STAFF
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Enric Garcia
Lluïsa Prieto
Olga López
Inma González
(languages: English and Spanish)
(languages: English, French and Spanish)
(languages: English, French and Spanish)
(languages: Spanish)
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Facultat de Geografia i
Història, Universitat de
Barcelona
Guided tour to the Royal Dockyards:
Join the guided tour to the Royal Dockyards, whose building was recently restored after
several years of works. This renovation served to develop studies on the history of the
building, such as an archaeological excavation, which provided key information on the
different periods of construction and successive enlargements of this unique historical
building. The guided tours language will be in English and Spanish and will last 1 hour
approximately.
Dates and hours:
• Wednesday 7th at 17:45h or at 18:45h
• Thursday 8th at 18:45h
Welcome dinner:
A snack dinner will be offered at the permanent halls of the Royal Dockyards of Barcelona,
at the stern of the Royal Galley 1:1 Replica.
Date and hour:
• Wednesday 7th at 20.00h
Farewell dinner:
The farewell dinner will be organised in the Guild of Fishermen at the Port of Barcelona.
There will be a visit to the Clock Tower, a lighthouse built in 1772; the yard of fishing
networks and the market hall, where the dinner will take place. The menu will consist of
traditional fish dishes.
Other offers:
TRANSLATION SERVICES
English-Spanish and Spanish-English simultaneous translation will be provided during
the Opening Session, Key speaker conference, Conference closure and MMHN General
Assembly meeting. Attendants, who wish to use this service, must sign in at the Translation
Desk Service, leave their Identification card or passport, to be retrieved on returning the
translation device.
MEALS
The organization does not provide lunches. The Organisers will provide a list of suggested
restaurants nearby the Museum.
The coffee break will always be served at the Museu Maritim de Barcelona premises.
The organization offers two social dinners to attendants:
• Welcome Dinner at the Royal Dockyards of Barcelona
• The Farewell Dinner at the Guild of Fishermen, in the port of Barcelona
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During the Conference days participants may visit for free the Museum and the schooner
Santa Eulàlia moored at the port of Barcelona. The exhibition Vikings will have discount
fees by showing the conference accreditation.
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
In case you have any specific requirement, please contact the organisation.
If your presentation needs to be complemented with other material (powerpoint,
audio, etc.), please inform organisers beforehand in order to ease the smooth
functioning of sessions.
When you register, please specify which activities you wish to participate in
(welcome dinner, guided tour, farewell dinner).
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HISTORY NETWORK CONFERENCE
Organizers:
With the support of:
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