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This book provides an insight to the cultural work involved in violence at sea in this period of maritime history. It is the first to consider how 'piracy' and representations of 'pirates' both shape and were shaped by political, social and religious debates, showing how attitudes to 'piracy' and violence at sea were debated between 1550 and 1650.
About the Author
JOHN APPLEBY Senior Lecturer in History, Liverpool Hope University College, UK MATTHEW DIMMOCK Lecturer in English, University of Sussex, UK CHRISTOPHER HARDING Professor of Law, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK MARK HUTCHINGS Lecturer in English, University of Reading, UK BERNHARD KLEIN Senior Lecturer in Literature, University of Essex, UK GERALD MACLEAN Professor of English, Wayne State University, Detroit, USA NABIL MATAR Professor of English and Department Head of Humanities and Communication, Florida Institute of Technology, USA LUCY MUNRO Lecturer in English, Keele University, UK MARK NETZLOFF Associate Professor of English, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA