Associated partners

The TEEME consortium has established formal links with a number of non-academic institutions representing the cultural and creative industries of the four partner countries – including museums, galleries, theatres, concert venues, publishers, libraries, archives, trusts and charities – as well as a range of academic partners within and beyond the EU.

Academic partner institutions

The academic partner institutions associated with the programme include research centres and libraries, archives, and other universities, both within the EU and beyond. All institutions are committed to hosting TEEME students for the purposes of specialized research in semester 3, according to the requirements of their project. Students on research missions at any of the institutions named below will be fully supported by the consortium and receive further guidance from local academics.

Third-country partners have been selected with a view to the early modern European perspective on the wider world and the expected global scope of students’ research projects. These options are also available to students with no third-country focus in their work but who might benefit from the research opportunities offered by these institutions.

EU partners
currently include a range of research libraries in Germany whose collections have particular strengths in the early modern period, as well as research centres with a dedicated early modern focus.

EU partners

Herzog August Bibliothek

Herzog August Library
(Wolfenbüttel, Germany)

Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer

Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek Weimar

Anna Amalia Library
(Weimar, Germany)

Michael Knoche

Geheimes Staatsarchiv Preussischer Kulturbesitz

Secret Prussian State Archives
(Berlin, Germany)

J. Kloosterhuis

Humanities Research Centre
(Frankfurt, Germany)

Susanne Scholz

Shakespeare Library
(Munich, Germany)

Andreas Höfele

In the case of some further international research libraries central to the field (eg copyright libraries such as The British Library in London, the Bodleian Library in Oxford, the German National Library in Frankfurt, the Prussian State Library in Berlin, the Bavarian State Library in Munich, the Portuguese National Library in Lisbon, the Municipal Library of Porto, the National Library of the Czech Republic in Prague, or the National Library of France in Paris) admission is generally open to all researchers, so no special agreements are required.