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HIST0970Z (History)
This seminar explores piracy in the Atlantic from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth centuries. We will examine everyday life on pirate vessels; the pirates' role in emerging colonial societies and economies; the complex links between piracy, imperialism, and nation-building; and the image of pirates as both villains and figures of legend.

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Robert Douglas Cope (email)-- Office


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Image: Detail of portrait of Captain Morgan in Bucaniers of America: or, a True Account of the Remarkable Assaults Committed of Late Years upon the Coasts of the West Indies by Alexandre Olivier Exquemelin. London : Printed for William Crooke, 1684. George Earl Church Collection. John Hay Library.