Regula Frei-Stolba

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Regula Frei-Stolba (born March 29, 1940 in Zurich ) is a Swiss ancient historian , epigraphist , numismatist and politician .

Regula Frei-Stolba studied history, Latin and constitutional law at the universities of Zurich and Munich from 1958 to 1965 . In Zurich she received her doctorate in 1965 with the thesis Investigations on the elections in the Roman Empire . At the same time, she did her teaching examination for Latin and history in the canton of Zurich . From 1965 to 1980 she worked as a high school teacher in Zurich, Geneva and Aarau . In the academic year 1978/79 she received a scholarship from the Swiss National Science Foundation and subsequently became senior assistant for ancient history at the University of Bern in 1980 . From 1981 to 1992 she taught Latin epigraphy and Roman numismatics at the University of Lausanne , before joining the university in 1993 with the work Leges municipales. Studies on city rights from a historical perspective was habilitated.

From 1994 to 2005 she was Associate Professor at the University of Lausanne, interrupted by a visiting professorship at the University of Poznan in 1998. She was also a private lecturer at the University of Bern from 1993 to 2003, where she also lectured in teacher training from 1986 to 2001 for secondary school was. Frei-Stolba has been on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Historical Lexicon of Switzerland since 1996 and an editorial member of L'Année épigraphique since 1995.

Her academic work focuses on the history of Switzerland in Roman times , the history of Roman constitutional law, Roman social history, in particular the position of women in the Roman Empire , and the publication of Latin inscriptions from the northern and north-western provinces .

In addition to her academic activities, Regula Frei-Stolba is an active politician as a member of the Free Democratic Party , of which she was vice-president, and was a member of the cantonal parliament of the canton of Aargau from 1979 to 1988 . In addition, she was chairwoman of the Swiss Association of Free Democratic Women from 1983 to 1988 .

Fonts (selection)

  • Investigations into the elections in the Roman Empire. Juris Verlag, Zurich 1967, (also: Zurich, university, dissertation, 1967).
  • Editor: La politique édilitaire dans les provinces de l'empire romain IIème - IVème siècles après J.-C. Actes du IIe colloque roumano-suisse, Berne, September 12-19, 1993. Lang, Bern et al. 1995, ISBN 3-906755-47-9 .
  • with Anne Bielman: Les inscriptions. Textes, traduction et commentaire (= Documents du Musée Romain d'Avenches. 1). Association Pro Aventico et al., Lausanne 1996, ISBN 2-9700112-0-4 .
  • Editor with Michael A. Speidel : Roman inscriptions - new finds, new readings and new interpretations. Festschrift for Hans Lieb. For his 65th birthday offered by his friends and colleagues (= works on Roman epigraphy and antiquity. 2). Reinhardt, Basel et al. 1995, ISBN 3-7245-0893-X .
  • Editor with Anne Bielman: Femmes et vie publique dans l'antiquité gréco-romaine (= Etudes de Lettres. Revue de la Faculté des Lettres de l'Université de Lausanne. 1998, 1, ISSN  0014-2026 ). Faculté des lettres de l'Université de Lausanne, Lausanne 1998.
  • Editor: The Vindonissa Brugg-Windisch Amphitheater. Canton Aargau (= Swiss Art Guide . 885, Ser. 89). Society for Swiss Art History, Bern 2011, ISBN 978-3-85782-885-0 .

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