Uta Lindgren

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Uta Lindgren (born March 2, 1941 in Chemnitz ; † June 16, 2017 ) was a German historian .

Lindgren studied history, geography, mathematics, philosophy, sociology and statistics; she was born in 1969 at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau with the work Gerbert von Aurillac and the Quadrivium. Studies on education in the age of the Ottonians did his doctorate and habilitation in 1978 at the University of Cologne with studies on the late medieval social history of Barcelona . After a few years as an academic adviser at the University of Munich , she became professor for the history of natural sciences and technology at the University of Bayreuth in 1987 . Until March 31, 2006, she held a professorship for the history of science. Since 1993 she has been a corresponding member of the Académie internationale d'histoire des sciences in Paris , and in December 2005 she was elected Membre Effectif (full member).


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  1. ^ Obituary notice , accessed on July 3, 2017
  2. Entry on the Académie website; Message in "Universität Bayreuth aktuell" No. 2, February 2006, p. 2