09.00  Coffee in Spiltan

09.15 Introductory talk
Professor Amelia Polonia: "New directions on Portuguese maritime history"

09.45 Presentations of paper. Business and trade.

09.45–10.05 Sara Pinto "Money, goods and credit - Iberian merchant’s trade
places and business circuits in the 16th century"
10.10–10.30 Ana Ribeiro "Formal and informal Iberian trading networks in a
global context (1580-1640): a research project."

10.35-10.55 Aryo Makko "Business, Prestige, and Morals: Swedish Consuls,

10.55 – 11.15 - Discussion

11.15–11.30 Coffee break


Presentations of paper. Crews and officers

11.30 – 11.50 Harry Svensson "Swedish naval officers on International duty

11.55- 12.15  Lisa Hellman "Men you can trust? Swedish East India Company employees in 18th century Canton"

12.15-12.35 Discussion

12.40 –13.55 Lunch at restaurang Elverket


14.00 Presentations of paper. Seaports
14.00–14.20  Ana Catarina Garcia  "A methodological approach for the study
of ports and port systems in a context of comparative study of the
Portuguese and British empires"

14.25 – 14.45 Helena Teixeira "The role of seaport structures in the urban
development of euro-Atlantic coastal cities:  the Porto case in the Early
Modern Age"
14.45 – 15.05 Discussion

15.05–15.30 Coffee break



15.30 Presentations of paper – session two. Values and representations

15.30–15.50 Ale Pålsson "Investing in Sweden: Naturalization and
Citizenship in St Barthélemy".

15.55 – 16.15 Hanna Jansson "The end. How online travel writing challenges
story definitions."
16.15–16.35 Discussion

Concluding remarks
16.40–17.10 Professor Leos Müller "The present state of Swedish maritime
history: past, present and future"

17.10–17.30 Concluding discussion

18.30 Dinner