Sabine dance

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Sabine Tanz (born  May 3, 1957 in Eisenach ) is a German medievalist .

Scientific career

Sabine Tanz studied Classical Antiquities at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena from 1975 to 1979 , and then studied Ancient and Medieval History at the Karl Marx University in Leipzig until 1982 . She then worked there as a research assistant in medieval studies until 1990. In 1985 she received her doctorate with a thesis on Jeanne d'Arc - Late Medieval Mentality in France at the Time of the Hundred Years War in the reflection of a worldview . Her habilitation took place in 1990 with a thesis on visions as crystallization points of late medieval mentality and popular piety . She also used the next two years, in which Tanz was employed as a senior assistant or university lecturer, for research stays abroad. After taking on a visiting professorship at Bielefeld University in 1992, she went to Paris as a scholarship holder of the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme .

In 2001 Sabine Tanz was appointed adjunct professor at the History Department of the University of Leipzig .

Other functions

Publications (selection)

  • Late medieval lay mentalities as reflected in visions, revelations and prophecies (Contributions to the history of mentality 1), Frankfurt / Main 1993
  • Medieval research in Leipzig. The medievalist Ernst Werner (1920–1993) and his place in international history (contributions to the history of Leipzig universities and science, 15), Leipzig 2009 [with Klaus-Peter Matschke]
  • Christine de Pizan and the defense of women's rights in the Middle Ages, in: Human rights are also women's rights , ed. v. Ilse Nagelschmidt (Leipzig Studies on Women and Gender Studies. Series C, 2), Leipzig 2002, pp. 15–24
  • Aspects of the reception of Charles in France in the 19th century , in: The Middle Ages. Perspectives of Medieval Research 4 (1999, no. 2), pp. 55–64
  • Su alcuni aspetti delle “ Annales ”. La loro ricezione attraverso la medievistica della Repubblica democratica tedesca , in: Dimensioni e problemi della ricerca storica 1 (1998), pp. 65-86
  • From the meaning of the history of mentality . Balance sheet and outlook , in: Medieval research after the fall of 1989, ed. v. Michael Borgolte (Historische Zeitschrift. Supplements NF, 20), Munich 1995, pp. 227-238
  • Political Propaganda and Public Consciousness in the Hundred Years War , in: Comparativ 3 (1991), pp. 91-99
  • The Jeanne d'Arc reception in France in the 19th century and some aspects of modern Joan of Arc research , in: Yearbook for the history of feudalism 10 (1986), pp. 157-193

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ University of Leipzig professor catalog . (PDF) Retrieved June 5, 2014 .
  2. Ulrike Köckritz and Ulf Messow: Documentation and evaluation of the Wilhelm Ostwald memorial in Großbothen. (PDF) Retrieved June 5, 2014 .