The Nautilus

A Maritime Journal of Literature, History, and Culture

The Nautilus is an annual peer-reviewed journal publishing scholarship on the literature, history, and culture of the sea. The first issue was published in June 2010. Scholars are invited to submit essays, notes, and documents on any literary or historical period as it relates to humankind’s relationship with the sea through literary fiction or nonfiction; drama or poetry; naval, merchant, or cultural history; or musical or other forms of artistic expression. The goal of the journal is to provide a forum for scholarship in the humanities addressing the literary, historical, and other works prompted by our contact with the maritime world. The journal also publishes book reviews, which are assigned by the book review editor.

The Nautilus in Battle

Detail of Battle of Tripoli by Michele Felice Comé, showing USS Nautilus. Courtesy of the United States Naval Academy

New Location

The Nautilus subscriptions, back issues and all other information are now at their new location, the Massachusetts Maritime Academy website with The Nautilus section located here.