About the blog

Credits: John O’Hare – 2022

Haureh Hussein is a doctoral researcher at the International History Department of Trier University in Germany. In this research blog, he aggregates, summarizes, and disseminates his experiences, inquiries, and supplementary information pertaining to his dissertation project, entitled “Global Entanglements between Māori hapu and Quaker Whaling Families (1790-1840).”.

In transoceanic voyages, he provides a brief overview of the key questions and a brief introduction to his research project. His dissertation project is part of a larger research project “Family Business: Creating a ‘Maritime Contact Zone’ in the Colonial Anglo-World, 1790-1840“, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Please find his CV here.

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