David Starkey (maritime historian)

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Not to be confused with David Starkey, the British historian and specialist on the Tudors.

Professor David J Starkey (born 1954) is a specialist in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British maritime history. His research focuses on shipping, seafaring, privateering, fisheries and marine environmental history.[1]

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He works at the University of Hull where he is director of the Maritime Historical Studies Centre.[2]

Starkey is co-president of the North Atlantic Fisheries History Association (NAFHA), and chairman of the British Commission for Maritime History.

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