HI 201 Pirates: A World History through Naval Crime
HI 201 Pirates: A World History through Naval Crime 3
Pirates: A World History through Naval Crime offers the student Global Perspectives or Humanities credit through readings on maritime law, religious warfare, punishments as government theatre, social commentary on the opportunities available to the poor, memoirs, and other sources relating to piracy.The sources in translation range from both coasts of Africa, through the Mediterranean (with a detour into Viking river-based piracy) to the Indian Ocean. It looks at pirates from early Greece through contemporary Somalia. Also listed as EMS 201.
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