Ulrike Höroldt

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Ulrike Höroldt (* 1961 in Bonn ) is a German historian and archivist.

Ulrike Höroldt studied German and history at the Universities of Bonn and Munich and received her doctorate in Bonn in 1991 in medieval history (dissertation: Studies on the political position of the Cologne cathedral chapter between the Archbishop, City of Cologne and territorial powers 1198–1332: investigations and personal lists ). She then completed a legal clerkship as an archivist in Baden-Württemberg and from 1995 was archivist at the Landesarchiv Oranienbaum . In 2001 she became head of the Braunschweig City Archives and from 2002 she was head of the Saxony-Anhalt State Archives . In 2017 she took over the management of the Secret State Archive of Prussian Cultural Heritage as the successor to Jürgen Kloosterhuis . In 2011 she became honorary professor for historical auxiliary sciences at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg .

She is a member of the conference of directors of the federal and state archive administration and in the advisory board of the German Center for the Loss of Cultural Property and a member (and temporarily chair) of the Historical Commission for Saxony-Anhalt .

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  1. Press release of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation on the appointment as archive director, December 13, 2016 , with biography.