THE SEA IN HISTORY
4 vols., Boydell & Brewer, 2017
The Oceanides Association, an international research programme in maritime and naval history, sponsored by the French Minister of
Ecology, Sustainable, Development, Transport and Housing, was created in 2012. The aim of this association is to provide scientific evidence of the key role oceans have played in human evolution, culture and history. In 2017, Oceanides and Boydell & Brewer published a four volumes edition about the sea since prehistory until the present. Specialists in Maritime
History from all over the world wrote about the relevancy of the sea in the development of human history.
MARES DE SESIMBRA. HISTÓRIA, MEMÓRIA E GESTÃO DE UMA FRENTE MARÍTIMA
Âncora Editora, 2013
Based in a report made by the navy officer Baldaque da Silva about fishing in Sesimbra, in 1896, several researchers, from different
knowledge areas, coordinated by Luís Sousa Martins, wrote a book about the village of Sesimbra and the sea. Using a main historical source and the testimonies of fishers this work provides a reflection about the meaning of fishing and the impacts of the creation of the Maritime Park Professor Luiz Saldanha, in 2005.
LA MARITIMISATION DU MONDE DE LA PRÉHISTOIRE À NOS JOURS
GIS d’ Histoire Maritime, Paris, PUPS, 2016
Published at the end of 2016, this book is about the connection of so- cieties to the seas since pre-histor- ical times until today.
Edited by a group of French re- searchers work- ing on maritime history in France, this volume has also the contribution of several Portuguese his- torians, namely Amélia Andrade, Ana Catarina Garcia, Cátia Antunes, Filipa Ribeiro da Silva, Flávio Miranda, Inês Amorim and Joana Gaspar de Freitas.