Hiltrud Häntzschel

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Hiltrud Häntzschel (born Hiltrud Schlotke, July 25, 1939 in Aschersleben ) is a German literary scholar.


Hiltrud Schlotke was born as the daughter of a senior teacher. The family fled to Ravensburg in Upper Swabia in 1945 . There she attended elementary school and the girls' high school. After completing her degree in librarianship, she studied German and philosophy at the universities of Göttingen , Heidelberg and Zurich . She received her doctorate in Heidelberg in 1967 with a thesis on Friedrich Nietzsche . In 1967 she married the German specialist Günter Häntzschel . You have three children. She works as a freelance scientist and journalist in Munich and as a lecturer at the University of Munich. She was visiting professor in Chicago.

Häntzschel publishes and edits on exile research, the history of science of women and literature since the 18th century. She is a member of the German PEN center .

Fonts (selection)

  • Annette Kolb: Works . 4 vols. Eds. Hiltrud and Günter Häntzschel. Göttingen: Wallstein 2017.
  • Irene Below, Hiltrud Häntzschel, Inge Hansen-Schaberg, Maria Kublitz-Kramer (eds.): Escape locations - places of memory . Sanary-sur-Mer, Les Milles, Marseille. Munich: edition text + kritik 2017 (Women and Exile, Vol. 10)
  • Hiltrud Häntzschel, Inge Hansen-Schaberg, Claudia Gluntz, Thomas F. Schneider (eds.): Exile in the war 1939-1945 . Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2016.
  • with Sylvia Asmus, Germaine Goetzinger, Inge Hansen-Schaberg (eds.): On unsafe terrain. Letter writing in exile. Munich: edition text + kritik, Munich 2013
  • Inge Hansen-Schaberg, Hiltrud Häntzschel (eds.): Alma Mater's daughters in exile. For the expulsion of female scientists and academics during the Nazi era . Munich: edition text + kritik 2011 (Women and Exile, Vol. 4)
  • with Inge Hansen-Schaberg (Hrsg.): Politics - Party work - Pacifism in emigration: Women act . Munich: edition text + kritik, Munich 2010
  • (Ed.): The kiss: a reading book . Munich: Goldmann, 2009
  • Marieluise Fleißer: a biography . Frankfurt am Main: Insel-Verlag, 2007
  • with Günter Häntzschel: Wolfgang Koeppen. Life, work, effect . Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, ​​2006
  • with Günter Häntzschel: "I became a character in a novel" Wolfgang Koeppen. 1906-1996 . Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, ​​2006
  • Brecht's women . Reinbek near Hamburg: Rowohlt, 2002
  • Irmgard Keun . Reinbek near Hamburg: Rowohlt, 2001
  • Marieluise Fleißer from Ingolstadt. “This woman is a possession”. For the 100th birthday , Marbacher Magazin 96th 2001
  • with Hadumod Bußmann (ed.): "Threatening clever": a century of women and science in Bavaria. Munich: Beck 1997
  • Hiltrud Häntzschel-Schlotke: The aphorism as a style form in Nietzsche . Heidelberg, Phil. F., Diss. Dec 15, 1967

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Short vita in: "Threatening clever" , 1997, p. 349
  2. ^ A b Kosch: German Literature Lexicon of the 20th Century .