The Prize Papers Project is linked with a number of renowned research projects, institutions and individual researchers. Find out more about our collaborations and associations. If you are interested in establishing a collaboration with us, please contact Lucas Haasis, email@example.com
The Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands
Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands (Huygens ING) is a leading research institute in the field of history and culture, by creating innovative tools to unlock, understand and analyse old, inaccesible sources. (Visit: https://www.huygens.knaw.nl/). Huygens ING, located in the old city center in Amsterdam, is part of the Royal
Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). Huygens ING launched the
Dutch Prize Papers Virtual Research Environment in June 2019.
The free accessible VRE is aimed at allowing the user to browse through 72.000 images, supplied with metadata, from the huge Prize Papers
Archive. The VRE is work in progress; its functionalities and search options will be improved continuously.
The Letterlocking Project, led by Jana Dambrogio (MiT Libraries) and Dr. Daniel Starza Smith (King's College, London)
The Bordeaux-Dublin Letters Project, direction: Prof. Dr. Thomas Truxes
The Southern Netherlandish Prize Papers Project, cooperation partner: The Flanders Marine Institute