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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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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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