Christl Wickert

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Christl Wickert (born 1953 in Bad Godesberg ) is a German historian and political scientist.


Christl Wickert studied history, German studies, political science, sociology and education at the University of Trier and the University of Göttingen , where she received her doctorate in 1983 with a topic on female members of the Reichstag and the Prussian state parliament . She then worked as a research assistant at the Free University of Berlin until 1990 and then at the Technical University of Berlin . She took on teaching assignments in Bielefeld, Bochum, Hamburg, Hanover and other universities.

Her work focuses on biographies on politicians and works on National Socialism. Wickert has carried out exhibition and research projects in the Sachsenhausen, Neuengamme and Ravensbrück memorials .

Fonts (selection)

  • with Gisela Notz : The successful constitution. Berlin 2009
  • with Ursula Birsl, Gisela Notz , Inge Wettig-Danielmeier : 90 years of women's suffrage! forward book, Berlin 2008
  • Willi Tessmann - commandant of the Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel police prison . In: Klaus-Michael Mallmann & Gerhard Paul : Careers of violence. National Socialist perpetrator biographies. Scientific Book Society, Darmstadt 2004, ISBN 3-534-16654-X
  • Taboo warehouse brothel. On dealing with forced prostitution after 1945. In: Insa Eschebach, Sigrid Jacobeit, Silke Wenk (eds.): Memory and gender. Interpretation patterns in representations of the National Socialist genocide. Campus, Frankfurt am Main / New York 2002, ISBN 3-593-37053-0 .
  • Christl Wickert (editor), board of the SPD (ed.): Committed to freedom. Memorial book of the German social democracy in the 20th century . Schüren, Marburg 2000, ISBN 3-89472-173-1
  • with Karsten Rudolph : history as a possibility. About the chances of democracy. Festschrift for Helga Grebing . Essen: Klartext Verlag, 1995
  • Women's Resistance and Dissent in Everyday Warfare. In: Peter Steinbach, Johannes Tuchel (eds.): Resistance against National Socialism. Federal Agency for Political Education 1994, pp. 411–426
  • with Helga Grebing (Ed.): The "other Germany". In the Resistance to National Socialism: Contributions to Politically Overcoming the National Socialist Dictatorship in Exile and in the Third Reich . Essen: Klartext-Verlag, 1994
  • (Ed.): Women against the dictatorship. Resistance and Persecution in National Socialist Germany. Edition Hentrich, Berlin 1994, ISBN 3-89468-122-5
  • Socialist, parliamentarian, Jew. The examples Käthe Frankenthal, Berta Jourdan, Adele Schreiber-Krieger, Toni Sender and Hedwig Wachenheim. In: Ludger Heid , Arnold Paucker (Hrsg.): Jews and German workers' movement until 1933. Mohr Siebeck, 1992
  • Helene Stöcker 1869-1943. Suffragette, sex reformer and pacifist. A biography . Bonn 1991. ISBN 3-8012-0167-8
  • (Ed.): "Out with women's suffrage." The struggles of women in Germany and England for political equality. Centaurus, Pfaffenweiler 1990
  • Our chosen ones. Social Democratic women in the German Reichstag and in the Prussian Landtag, 1919–1933. Volume 2. Sovec, Göttingen 1986, ISBN 3-923147-24-4 (At the same time: Göttingen, University, dissertation, 1986: SPD and women's emancipation in the Weimar Republic. )

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