Christof Paulus

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Christof Paulus

Christof Paulus (* 1974 ) is a German historian .


From 1995 he studied German, History, Latin and Greek at the LMU (2002: Master's degree in Bavarian History, Medieval History, Medieval Studies and 2001: First State Exam ) and in Rome . From 2002 to 2004 he was a PhD scholarship holder. After completing his doctorate in 2005 (receiving the Michael Doeberl Prize in 2006), he passed the second state examination in 2007 and worked as a teacher at the grammar school , which he later broke off to pursue a university career. In 2010 he became a lecturer at the LMU. From 2011 to 2013 he was a research assistant at LMU. After his habilitation in 2012 with venia legendi in medieval history and Bavarian regional history (awarded the Max Spindler Prize in 2014), he represented the chair for Bavarian and Franconian regional history at the University of Erlangen in the 2013 summer semester . Since 2013 he has been a lecturer at the LMU and the FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg .

Paul is active in science policy at the local level. He is a board in the Swabian Research Foundation, Advisory Board of the Association of Bavarian historical societies, member at the Bavarian Benedictine Academy, choosing a member of the Society of Frankish history, board the Historical Association of Swabia and board in the Association for the Augsburg diocese History eV Since 2016 he seconded to the House of Bavarian history . There was u. a. involved in the state exhibition "Beer in Bavaria", for which he gave the lecture. Christof Paulus is known in the region as an accomplished church choir singer, who appeared at the wedding of Felipas von Bayern with the film producer Christian Dienst.

Paulus was appointed adjunct professor at the University of Munich in 2019 .

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  1. Rudolf Schieffer (review): DigiZeitschriften: Side view. Retrieved August 24, 2019 .
  2. PD Dr. Christof Paulus - Bavarian History - LMU Munich. Retrieved September 3, 2019 .
  3. pm: title. Retrieved July 29, 2019 .
  4. Serenade for Europe's high nobility. May 9, 2012, accessed July 12, 2019 .