Brigitte Streich (* 1954 in Göttingen ) is a German archivist and historian . From 2001 to 2019 she was director of the Wiesbaden City Archives.
Brigitte Streich obtained her professional qualification as a translator and then studied history, Romance languages and historical auxiliary sciences at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen . There she received her doctorate in 1988 with a doctoral thesis on the subject between travel rule and residence formation. The Wettin court in the late Middle Ages , which appeared in print in 1989 as Volume 101 of the Central German Research.
She was delegated by the State Main Archive of Saxony-Anhalt to the Marburg Archive School as a trainee teacher for training in the higher archival service, where she attended the 26th two-year scientific course. She then worked from 1994 to 2001 as the head of the archive of the city of Celle . In the summer of 2001 she took over the management of the Wiesbaden City Archives, where she also became chairwoman of the Hessen State Association in the VdA. She retired in autumn 2019.
- Frederick the Peaceful, Landgrave of Thuringia (1384–1440) . In: Lexicon of the Middle Ages (LexMA). Volume 4, Artemis & Winkler, Munich / Zurich 1989, ISBN 3-7608-8904-2 , Sp. 961.
- Historical register of the counties of Hoya and Diepholz , Vol. 2: L – Z (= publications of the Historical Commission for Lower Saxony and Bremen, 30), 1993.
- Ernst Devrient (1873-1948). Historian - archivist - publicist , in: Thuringian research. Festschrift for Hans Eberhardt on his 85th birthday , Böhlau, Weimar 1993, pp. 491–515.
- Ernst Devrient (1873–1948) , in: Thüringer Archivarverband (Hrsg.): Lebensbilder Thüringer Archivare , Rudolstadt 2001, pp. 38–42.
- The Altenburg office in the 15th century. On the practice of local administration in Saxony in the Middle Ages (= publications from Thuringian state archives, 7), 2000.
- (with Jutta Charlotte von Bloh and Dirk Syndram): With sword and cross to electoral power. Frederick the Arguable, Margrave of Meißen and Elector of Saxony (1370–1428) , exhibition catalog, Grünes Gewölbe, Dresden 2007.
- Wiesbaden. Childhood and youth around 1900, historical photographs. Suttonverlag Erfurt 2009.
- ↑ VRM GmbH & Co KG: You know the Wiesbaden city history - Wiesbadener Kurier. Retrieved January 8, 2020 .
- ↑ Participants in the 26th Scientific Course
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German archivist and historian|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1954|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Goettingen|