TV & Radio
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TNA Catalogue Day 2021
In her presentation, Amanda Bevan talks about her work on the Prize Papers, a 20-year cataloguing and digitisation project, and how best to organise and digitise an archive that could really be described as an archive in disarray.
„GEKAPERT!“ – Ein Schultheater-Projekt in Zeiten von Corona (in German)
Writing a play based on historical sources - this was the challenge taken on by the “IGS Helene Lange” school’s "Performing Arts" course. Since a live performance of the play was unfortunately not allowed due to COVID-19 restrictions, the course’s students made a film instead: In cooperation with the “Innovative Hochschule Jade-Oldenburg” (IHJO) and the Prize Papers Project of the University of Oldenburg, they produced “Gekapert!”.
Reed also the articles:
TV report on the Prize Papers Project by the NDR Kulturjournal, 20.11.2019 (in German)
What does the concept of capturing a ship stand for? In the Early Modern Age, the capturing of merchant ships was a common practice of naval warfare to strategically weaken the enemy’s economy. Some of the inventory of ships captured by British privateers has survived to this day in the form of written records, papers and letters - the “Prize Papers”.
Literary Reading - Literaturhaus Hamburg - by the NDR (Norddeutscher Rundfunk) of 19 November 2019
An event in the series "Der Norden liest" of the "Kulturjournal," NDR Fernsehen. Under the patronage of Stiftung Lesen. In cooperation with NDR Kultur, the Literaturhaus Hamburg and the Bücherhallen Hamburg. See the programme.
Host: HEINEKOMM, Kulturjournals des NDR Fernsehens
Contributor: Dagmar Freist, Prize Papers Project
Moderator/Discussant: Julia Westlake, NDR
Actors: Lina Beckmann, Deutsches Schauspielhaus Hamburg
Music: María Carrasco Gil and Alice Vaz (Violins)
Dan Snow discussing the "Prize Papers", 6 Dezember 2018
In the picture Amanda Bevan and Sarah Noble
Radio programme by the NDR - Nordeutscher Rundfunk of the 28 November 2021 (in German)
Documents that no one has read for three hundred years: The Prize Papers are a treasure - not of gold, but of paper. The documents are snapshots that open the door to a distant time: Listen to a moving two-hour radio report on the project by Petra Volquardsen and Peter Helling.
Volquardsen, Petra/Hellin, Peter: Prize Papers. Geschrieben, nie angekommen, in: Norddeutscher Rundfunk, 22.10.2021. Click here to read the report.
19 March 2019
Interview with Prof. Dr. Dagmar Freist
CBC as it happens (CAN), 13 September 2018, Interview with Dagmar Freist
26 August 2018
Interview with Dr. Lucas Haasis and
Dr. Annika Raapke