Brigitte Regulator-Bellinger

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Brigitte Ingeborg Mariagler-Bellinger née Regulator (born February 12, 1935 in Augsburg ) is a German writer .

life and work

Brigitte Regulator-Bellinger is the daughter of Josef Regulator (1896–1982), who taught mathematics and physics as a professor at the Rudolf Diesel Polytechnic in Augsburg . Her mother was Irene Regeler, née Detzner (1909–1999). She was married to Gerhard J. Bellinger until his death in June 2020 .

After the end of the war, regulator attended the Maria-Theresia-Oberrealschule in Augsburg, switched to the Real - Progymnasium in Frauenchiemsee for a year in 1951 and in July 1954 did her Abitur at the girls' secondary school of the poor school sisters in Garmisch-Partenkirchen . She then studied German , Romance studies and history as well as art and musicology at the universities in Dijon , Paris and Munich until 1960 . After taking the second state examination for teaching at grammar schools in 1962, she was awarded a doctorate in December 1964 for her dissertation on the French writer and painter Henri Michaux (1899–1984) at the University of Munich. phil. PhD .

From 1965 to 1972 she worked as a publisher's editor and at the same time as editor of art history non-fiction at the Ettal book and art publisher. Then she moved from Bavaria to North Rhine-Westphalia, where she published non-fiction books on art and cultural history as well as on literary studies and poetry as a freelance author and editor. Her involvement in the women's movement has resulted in numerous contributions to encyclopedias, compilations, festivals and magazines.

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Individual evidence

  1. a b Childhood and Adolescence , Brigitte Regel-Bellinger.
  2. ^ Family tree , Brigitte Regel-Bellinger.