Hakluyt Society Annual Lectures in print and for sale

Annual Lectures in print

Hakluyt Society Annual Lectures in Print

The Society publishes the invited talks and lectures given at its Annual General Meetings. Until 1995 the talks were printed in the Annual Report, but since 1996 they have been published separately and distributed to members free of charge.

The following lectures remain available and may be ordered from the Society’s office at the prices shown below. Please note that lectures delivered in 2004, 2009 and 2015 were not published, and that pre-2000 lectures are sold out.

The following lectures were available in January 2021. Prices are: 2000-2002: £3.50; 2005-2012: £4.00; 2013-2020: £5.00.
Please contact the administrator (office@hakluyt.com) with your requirements and you will be told the cost of postage. Payment can then be made by logging into the members’ area of the website and using the online credit card system, by sterling cheque drawn on a British bank made payable to The Hakluyt Society, or by PayPal to office@hakluyt.com.

Note that the dates given below are those in which the lecture was delivered. Publication dates will usually be the following year.

2000 Before Empire: The English Cartographic View of the World in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, by Sarah Tyacke. ISBN 0 904180 74 3.

2001 English Civil War Travellers and the Origins of the Western European Grand Tour, by Michael Brennan. ISBN 0 904180 75 1.

2002 The North West Passage in the Nineteenth Century: Perils and Pastimes of a Winter in the Ice, by Ann Savours. ISBN 0 904180 77 8

2003 ‘This Wonderful Volcano of Water’ Sir Joseph Banks Explorer and Protector of Iceland 1772-1820, by Anna Agnarsdóttir. ISBN 0 904180 83 2

2006 Untruth and Consequences: Raleigh’s Discoverie of Guiana and the ‘Salting’ of the Gold Mine, by Joyce Lorimer. ISBN 0-904180-93-X / 978-0-904180-93-0.

2007 Voyaging Worlds, by Anne Salmond. ISBN 978-0-904180-94-7.

2008 Continental Travel and Journeys beyond Europe in the Early Modern Period: An Overlooked Connection, by Daniel Carey. ISBN 978-0-904180-96-1. £3.50

2010 Invented and Apocryphal Narratives of Travel: from Ancient Egypt to the Present Day, by Raymond Howgego. ISBN 978-0-904180-98-5.

2011 Pedro Páez’s History of Ethiopia: On Exploration, Refutation and Censorship, by Manuel João Ramos. ISBN 978-1-908145-04-8.

2012 Richard Hakluyt as Editor, by Daniel Carey. ISBN 978-1-908145-05-5.

2013 ‘A Just and Honorable Commerce’: Abolitionist Experimentation in Sierra Leone in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries, by Suzanne Schwarz. ISBN 978-1-908145-12-3.

2014 Geographies of the Prime Meridian, by Charles W. J. Withers. ISBN 978-1-908145-13-0.

2016 Experiments in Reading Richard Hakluyt’s Principal Navigations, by Mary C. Fuller. ISBN 978-1-908145-17-8.

2017 Sir Thomas Roe: Eyewitness to a Changing World, by Nandini Das. ISBN 978-1-908145-21-5

2018 The Impact of Physical, Spiritual and Mental Health on Shipboard Order in the Early English East India Company Voyages. 1601-1611, by Cheryl Fury. ISBN 978-1-908145-22-2

2019 The Struggle for the South Atlantic: Sources and Serendipity, by Carla Rahn Phillips. ISBN 978-1- 908145-23-9

2020 From Geneva to the Rigi: British images of Switzerland in texts, guidebooks and maps, 1650-1904, by Peter Barber. ISBN 978-1- 908145-24-6

2021 The Volga: the River as Frontier by Janet Hartley. ISBN 978-1- 908145-25-3