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15 January 1744. A slight breeze is troubling the surface of the water on the Shama trading post on the West African Coast.

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NEW - For Children (in German): Ein Brief auf langer Reise - Die Prize Papers in ZEIT Leo!

Was machen Historiker*innen eigentlich? Ein Artikel für Kinder

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The many bad decisions of Philip Walsh

Follow the brief, and rather unpleasant, career of a 17th century sailor

Not the master of the house.

Follow French Canadian colonist Louise Dupont, née Deschemins, through a year of separation from her travelling husband

A moment in the life of an unknown baby boy.

The trade in enslaved people at the West African coast in 1744.

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Workshop: The Prize Papers - Research Themes, Ideas, Methods, October 2019

Workshop: The Materiality of (Archival) Documents - an exploratory workshop into the Prize Papers II, June 2019

Workshop: The Materiality of (Archival) Documents I, December 2018

Workshop: Thinking outside the box(es) and beyond the Horizon, September 2018

Workshop: Cooperation with the Southern Netherlandish Prize Papers Project, August 2018

Akademientag 2018 in Berlin, June 2018

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