With Ane Grum-Schwensen: Andersen's Selected Manuscripts. This digital genetic edition of selected fairy tales written by Hans Christian Andersen is in the pilot phase (2017-2019). The official site will be found at http://andersen.sdu.dk/ms. The unstable beta version is currently located at http://beta.auh.sdu.dk.
Postponed project: Critical edition of Christian Lippolt [* 1661 (Nienburg/Anhalt) - † 1738 (Erfurt)]: Curiculum Vitæ. The merchant's manuscript autobiography contains 49 written pages.
Numerous works by Nicolai Frederik Severin Grundtvig edited since 2012 in commented, critical versions for the complete printed works of the Danish theologian at <http://www.grundtvigsvaerker.dk>. For a complete list, visit my profile at the website of Aarhus University.
Assistance (free-lance) with the translation of: Hans Staden’s True History. An Account of Cannibal Captivity in Brazil. Published by Neil Whitehead, translated by Michael Harbsmeier. Durham, London 2008 (Duke University Press). ISBN 0-8223-4231-6. Available at Google Books ®. The World Catalogue-link also lists numerous reviews.
"At long last an English edition of Hans Staden’s account of his captivity among the Tupinambá of mid-sixteenth-century Brazil is available for scholars, teachers, and students. [...] This book [...] is an attractive, accessible, and reliable resource for teaching and research." (Eve M. Duffy, Alida C. Metcalf in the Hispanic American Historical Review)
Caspar Heinrich Marx (1600-1635): Diarium Actorum a tempore cæsi Exercitus Cæsariani 17./7. Septembris Ao 1631 … [Diary of the acts following the defeat of the Imperial army on September 17/7, in the year 1631]. Edited with Hans Medick and Norbert Winnige in cooperation with Thomas Rokahr and Bernd Warlich. <http://www.mdsz.thulb.uni-jena.de/marx/quelle.php>
This official journal was kept by a local priest in the Thirty Years War during the first Swedish occupation of Erfurt (1631-1635). Despite its Latin title, the journal is mainly written in German. A short English description of the source can be downloaded in a pdf-file. It is an excerpt from my Ph.D.-thesis. The edited diary is one of five online ego-documents from Central Germany during the time of the Thirty Years War.
Read more about the MDSZ-project at the websites of the project (in German) and the American Historical Review (English). German reviews are found in the newsletter H-Soz-u-Kult (online) and the volume 71 (2010) of the journal Mitteilungen des Vereins für die Geschichte und Altertumskunde von Erfurt (link to the Table of Contents).