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Guest scientist programme

The guest scientist programme has been running since 2016

Guest scientists 2021:

-    Pankoj Sarkar , January 2022 to January 2023

-    Lisa Hilli, April 2021 to April 2022
Artist and curator , Basic and Contextual Research on North German Lloyd as a Big Player of German Colonialism: Maritime Infrastructures and Collector Networks

-    Dr. Siobhan Cooke, April 2021 to March 2022

-    Dr. Srijna Jha, January to June 2021
Data scientist with a research focus on decision making models, sustainable adoption and scaling-up of innovations, visualizing big data and resource economics
Scientific team member of the special exhibition Change Now! How Ships Change the World 

Guest scientists 2020:

-    Érica de Abreu Gonçalves, September 2019 to January 2020
Global Aspects of Fisheries

-    Apurba Chatterjee, March 2020 to November 2020

Guest scientists 2019:

-    Sarah Caputo, September to December 2019

-    Davina Kuh Jacobi, March to June 2019

-    Dr. Hanin Hannouch January to September 2019
Art and photo historian, the work of Hannes Tschira (1899 - 1975), Board photography in the 20th century.

Guest scientists 2018:

-    Anne Tove Austbô, April to December 2018: Crew photography around the turn of the century, Stavanger Maritime Museum

-    Davina Kuh Jakobi, Mai to July 2018: Councelling in restauration and exhibit protection  including light shield and show case construction for the planned exhibition as well as contribution to the special exhibition "The teeth of the tides".

-    Dr. Alan Ross, June to September 2018, Monkeys on board, Paris/Lyon


We were active as international guest scientists at the DSM:

-    Dr. Christina Ziegler McPherson, October to December 2017, Exhibition concept: Migration around 1900

-    Dr. James Boyd, a new exhibition concept for the history of early modern migration

-    Dr. Charlotte Colding Smith, March 2016 to August 2017, "Mankind & the Sea"; financed through the "Internationales Museum" programme of the Kulturstiftung des Bundes



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