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Sea Education Association Research

"Colonial legacies" Papers and Publications


Brill, K., 2015. Caribbean Architecture as a Designation of Cultural Identify and International Influence. Unpublished student research paper, C-257, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Maritime History and Culture, Colonial legacies, Selected student research


Rubinstein, E., 2015. Thrown to the Sharks: Public Awareness in the Abolition of the Slave Trade. Unpublished student research paper, C-257, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Maritime History and Culture, Colonial legacies, Selected student research


Grenier, B., 2014. Maori Headhunting: The Reclamation of the Ta Moko Culture. Unpublished student research paper, Class S-256, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Maritime History and Culture, Colonial legacies, Selected student research


Hruby, K., 2014. Maori Cultures in New Zealand Ports: Imperial Reign and the Succession of Traditions. Unpublished student research paper, Class S-256, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Maritime History and Culture, Colonial legacies, Selected student research


Bosco, M., 2012. Early Missionaries in Tahiti. SPICE Atlas student research paper, Class S-239, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Maritime History and Culture, Colonial legacies, Selected student research


* SEA faculty and staff
^ SEA Semester alumnus