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Maritime historians are specialists in the broad academic field of [[maritime history]], the study of mankind's many relationships to the world's oceans, seas, and major waterways. Maritime historians are usually specialists in one or more of the several sub-disciplines that make up this field, such as maritime economic history, maritime business history, [[naval history]], maritime science and technology. There are a number of approaches to the field, sometimes divided into two broad categories: Traditionalists, who seek to engage a small audience of other academics, and Utilitarians, who seek to influence policy makers and a wider audience.
 
Maritime historians are specialists in the broad academic field of [[maritime history]], the study of mankind's many relationships to the world's oceans, seas, and major waterways. Maritime historians are usually specialists in one or more of the several sub-disciplines that make up this field, such as maritime economic history, maritime business history, [[naval history]], maritime science and technology. There are a number of approaches to the field, sometimes divided into two broad categories: Traditionalists, who seek to engage a small audience of other academics, and Utilitarians, who seek to influence policy makers and a wider audience.
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[[Category:Maritime history|Historians]]
 
[[Category:Maritime history|Historians]]
 
[[Category:Historians by field of study]]
 
[[Category:Historians by field of study]]

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