In the context of our internationalisation strategy, we have established a guest scientist programme. Every year, we grant one to two fellowships for scientists from other countries. These guests should contribute to the content of our "Mankind & the Sea" exhibition and research programme. The term and amount of the scholarship depends on the task structure and educational level of the applicants. Applications can be made at any time. For more information, please contact the fellowship coordinator Dr. Sven Bergmann.
Guest scientists 2021:
- 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
- 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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