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Deike Reddig, M.A.

“It is fascinating how work and research at the DSM show again and again that ships run like a red thread through the most different areas of our everyday life.”

Deike Reddig,Scientific Trainee


About the person

Deike Reddig is a historian and has been part of the scientific team at the German Maritime Museum as a trainee since 2022. Parallel to her studies, she has been working at the museum since 2019, has accompanied, and supported various exhibition projects on the history of shipping.

For the historian, the special appeal of museum work lies in the interface function between science and the public. She is currently working on the conception and implementation of the new permanent exhibitions of the DSM. A thematic focus of her activities is shipbuilding. Deike Reddig places particular scientific interest in gender-historical aspects.


Current research projects

Special exhibition: Steel and Bytes: The genesis of ship (scientific curator)

Permanent exhibition in the extension building of the DSM (Bangert-Building); thematic focus shipbuilding

Exhibition concepts and design for the Scharoun-Building (together with Christoph Geiger and Marleen von Bargen)


Photo: DSM

Deike Reddig


Curriculum Vitae

2022 since today

Scientific Trainee at the German Maritime Museum

2019 ­– 2022

Student Assistant at German Maritime Museum


M.A., History. Focus: Public History, University Bremen

2014 – 2017

B.A., Anglistics and History, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

2009 – 2014

B.Sc., Biology, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg


"Steel and Bytes - ein Schiff entsteht": Sonderausstellung zum Schiffbau seit dem 1. Oktober 2022 in der Koggehalle, in: Deutsche Schiffahrt 44, 2022, Issue 2, p. 14-18.

Completed projects

Special exhibition “CHANGE NOW” Ships change the world” (02/2022)

Special exhibition “Sea Changes – World & Sea in Transition” (11/2019)

Opening hours

Cog hall: Monday closed, TUE - SUN from 10 am to 6 pm

Ships: closed

how to reach us

Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum
Hans-Scharoun-Platz 1
D-27568 Bremerhaven


T. +49 471 482 07 0

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