The 6th International Congress of Maritime History IMEHA, Ghent, 2–6 July, 2012

Dubravka Mlinarić


The town with a rich maritime tradition, Ghent, hosted the congress organised by the International Maritime Economic History Association (IMEHA). The first meeting of experts in the maritime history was held 20 years ago in Liverpool, and was followed by meetings in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, than in Esbjerg, on the island of Corfu and in Greenwich. This year IMEHA congress was organised by Ghent University any city authorities of Ghent and Antwerp, including harbour authorities of both cities and the KBC Bank.

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