Academic and Media Research

We will undertake research of archives and historical sources of all descriptions, including existing transcriptions or critical commentaries, for research projects or publication in planning. Should your own circumstances not permit your undertaking the research personally, we are happy to serve as a research partner, with the usual professional standards of accuracy, academic rigour, transparency and confidentiality. A quotation relevant to investigation of archives and literature – including assistance should you require it – is available on request.

You can see three output examples of our research and editing service below: The Portland historian Dan Haneckow’s blog on his family from the Uckermark, an article on the Renaissance composer Johann Steurlein in the book “Johann Steuerlein 1546-1613. Amtsdiener, Komponist und Poet zwischen Tradition und Innovation”, ed. by Maren Goltz and Bernhard Schrammek, Beskow 2015″, and a contribution to the exhibition catalogue “Burg und Herrschaft”, ed. by Rainer Atzbach, Sven Lüken and Hans Ottomeyer, Deutsches Historisches Museum Berlin 2010.

The Portland/Oregon historian Dan Haneckow's blog on his family in the Uckermark, the Renaissance composer Johann Steurlein as historian, prison articles in the catalogue of the Deutsches Historisches Museum Berlin for the exhibition Burg und Herrschaft 2010