Anette Baumann

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Anette Baumann (* 1963 ) is a German historian and honorary professor .


Anette Baumann studied Medieval and Modern History and Art History at the Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg and at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich before as a researcher first in the Bavarian State Archives in Munich and afterwards at the Institute for paleography and diplomacy of the University of Barcelona worked was. She received her doctorate in Munich in 1994. In 1995 the doctoral dissertation was published under the title Weltchronistik im aus denenden Mittelalter. Heinrich von Herford, Gobelinus Person, Dietrich Engelhus . Since 1996 Baumann has headed the research center of the Society for Reich Chamber Court Research in Wetzlar , which in 2009 became an institution of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main . In 2009 she was appointed honorary professor at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen . Baumann's research focuses on the social and mental history of early modern jurisprudence, the history of the Jews in Germany and in the area of ​​historical gender studies . Since 2012 she has been a sub-project manager in the Frankfurt LOEWE focus on 'Extrajudicial and judicial conflict resolution'.

Fonts (selection)

  • World chronology in the late Middle Ages. Heinrich von Herford, Gobelinus Person, Dietrich Engelhus (= European university publications . Series 3: History and its auxiliary sciences. 653). Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main et al. 1995, ISBN 3-631-48288-4 , (also: Munich, University, dissertation, 1994).
  • Lawyers and procurators. Lawyers at the Reich Chamber of Commerce. (1690–1806) (= sources and research on the highest jurisdiction in the Old Kingdom. 51). Böhlau, Cologne et al. 2006, ISBN 3-412-07806-9 .

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