Wilhelm Brauneder (actually Willi Brauneder ; born January 8, 1943 in Mödling ) is an Austrian lawyer and former politician ( FPÖ ). From 1980 to 2011 he was a full professor at the University of Vienna , and from 1987 to 1989 he was also the dean of the Faculty of Law . From 1996 to 1999 he was the third president of the National Council .
After studying law at the University of Vienna, Brauneder received his doctorate in 1965. The subsequent study of political science was continued at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (business education ) and completed with a master's degree in 1972.
After completing his time in court, Brauneder initially worked in the disciplinary and complaints department of the Federal Ministry for National Defense . In 1967 he moved to the University of Vienna as an assistant, where he also worked as a lecturer at the Faculty of Law from 1970 to 1977 . 1971 by Werner Ogris supervised Habilitation with the venia legendi for the subjects "German legal history ", "German Private Law" and "Austrian Constitutional and administrative history" with the work The development of matrimonial property regimes in Austria. A contribution to the history of dogma and legal fact research in the late Middle Ages and modern times. In addition to teaching at the Faculty of Law in Vienna, Brauneder also taught at the Faculty of Humanities in Vienna between 1973 and 1977 and at the Faculty of Law at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz between 1975 and 1977 . From 1984 to 1992 Brauneder was also a lecturer at the Institute for Political Science in Vienna.
After being appointed associate professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Vienna in 1977, Brauneder was appointed full professor in 1980. Brauneder also held visiting professorships at the University of Kansas (Lawrence / Kansas, WS 1986), the University of Paris V (WS 1991/92) and the University of Budapest in 1993 and 1994. From 1987 to 1989 Brauneder was also Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Vienna. Until 2011 he was head of the institute for legal and constitutional history. Brauneder was also temporarily chairman of the Association for Constitutional History .
Between 1990 and 1996 Brauneder was a member of the municipal council and city council of Baden near Vienna for the FPÖ . In the legislative period from 1994 to 1996 ( XIX. GP ) he was a member of the National Council and from 1996 to 1999 ( XX. GP ) also its third president . Originally, the FPÖ proposed Martin Graf for this position at the time. However, since it became known that in November 1987 Graf was working as a room steward at an event organized by the Freedom Students' Ring (RFS) , at which the right-wing extremist German Reinhold Oberlercher appeared, Brauneder was nominated in Graf's place. Only after the latter had already been elected as third president with the votes of the ÖVP and FPÖ and against the vehement protests of the SPÖ, the information was leaked to the magazine profil that Brauneder, in his role as the responsible dean of the law faculty of the University of Vienna, was not only had approved the event, but had also known about Oberlercher's appearance in advance and was also present at the event himself (however, according to later self-presentation, only until the greeting). After the publication by the profile , quite a few MPs from the ÖVP regretted their vote for Brauneder.
In 2019 Brauneder, as chairman of the so-called " Historians' Commission of the FPÖ ", together with his colleagues in this body, presented a report that was supposed to shed light on the history of the party and in particular its involvement with National Socialism .
Willi "Wilhelm" Brauneder is married and has two children.
Brauneder, listed on the website of the Vienna Karl May Round as its spiritus rector , is the publisher of the compilation of Karl May and Austria. Reality - fiction - reception. Education and trivial literature from 1996, which, according to the group, was "standard setting [...]". He is also responsible for the website and as co-editor of the Karl May letters published by the group.
- The development of matrimonial property law in Austria. A contribution to the history of dogma and legal fact research in the late Middle Ages and modern times. Salzburg / Munich 1973 (also: habilitation thesis, University of Vienna, 1971).
- The historical development of modern fundamental rights in Austria. (= Political education 54). Vienna 1987, ISBN 3-7028-0269-X .
- Reading club and legal culture. The juridical-political reading club in Vienna 1840 to 1990. Vienna 1992, ISBN 3-214-06031-7 .
- (Ed. by Gabor Hamza): Közép-Európa újabb magánjogtörténete Ausztria példáján (1900-ig). Budapest 1995.
- German Austria 1918. The republic is born. Vienna 1999, ISBN 3-85002-433-4 .
- Austrian constitutional history. 11th edition, Vienna 2009, ISBN 978-3-214-14876-8 .
- Summer freshness. Episodes and anecdotes from the Salzkammergut. Hall in Tirol / Vienna 2009, ISBN 978-3-85093-245-5 .
- Source book on the Austrian constitutional history 1848–1955. Appendix: older sources. Vienna 2012, ISBN 978-3-214-00535-1 .
- Austria's General Civil Code (ABGB). A European private law codification. Volume I: Origin and development of the ABGB until 1900 (= writings on European legal and constitutional history. 60). Berlin 2014, ISBN 978-3-428-13301-7 .
- European history of private law. Vienna / Cologne / Weimar 2014, ISBN 978-3-8252-3487-4 .
- The republic is born. Austria 1918–1925. Graz 2018, ISBN 978-3-99081-005-7 .
- History of the Austrian States. A floor plan. Karolinger Verlag , Vienna / Leipzig 2019, ISBN 978-3-85418-192-7 .
Collection of articles
- Studies I: Development of Public Law. Frankfurt am Main / Vienna 1994, ISBN 3-631-45808-8 .
- Studies II: Development of Private Law. Frankfurt am Main / Vienna 1994, ISBN 3-631-45807-X .
- Studies III: Development of Public Law II. Frankfurt am Main / Vienna 2002, ISBN 3-631-39147-1 .
- Studies IV: Developments in Public and Private Law. Frankfurt am Main / Vienna 2011, ISBN 978-3-631-54921-6 .
- Studies V: Developments in Public and Private Law II. Frankfurt am Main / Vienna 2015, ISBN 978-3-631-66650-0 .
Editing (anthologies, editions)
- Lawyers in Austria. 1200-1980. Vienna 1987, ISBN 3-7015-0041-X .
- Basics of transatlantic legal relationships in the 18th and 19th centuries. (= Law and Social Science Series , 1), Frankfurt / Main u. a. 1991, ISBN 3-631-41812-4 .
- Lorenz von Stein's “Comments on the Constitution and Administration” from 1889 on the constitutional work in Japan-Austrian-Japanese legal relations. (= Law and Social Science Series , 2), Frankfurt / Main u. a. 1991 (together with Kaname Nishiyama), ISBN 978-3-631-44487-0 .
- Model of a new economic order. Economic administration in Austria 1914-1918. (= Legal History Series , 74), Frankfurt / Main a. a. 1991, ISBN 3-8204-8789-1 .
- Holy Roman Empire and modern statehood. (= Legal History Series , 112), Frankfurt / Main u. a. 1993, ISBN 3-631-45871-1 .
- The Vienna City Books 1395–1430. Part I and II (= Fontes Rerum Austriacarum , III 10/1 and 2), Vienna / Cologne 1989/1998 (together with Gerhard Jaritz; Part II also together with Christian Neschwara ), ISBN 3-205-05239-0 and ISBN 3 -205-98972-4 .
- Internationality of financial control. (= Law and Social Science Series , 10), Frankfurt am Main a. a. 1995, ISBN 3-631-48190-X .
- Sacrum empire. The Empire and Austria 996–1806. Vienna 1996 (together with Lothar Höbelt ), ISBN 3-85002-390-7 .
- Karl May and Austria. Reality - fiction - reception. Education and trivial literature. Hansa Verlag, Husum 1996, ISBN 978-3-920421-69-8 .
- Austrian-German legal relations. I. Legal harmonization 1850–1938. (= Law and Social Science Series , 12), Frankfurt am Main a. a. 1996, ISBN 3-631-45548-8 .
- Representation in federalism and corporatism. (= Law and Social Science Series , 21 / = Studies presented to the International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions , 75), Frankfurt am Main u. a. 1998 (together with Elisabeth Berger), ISBN 3-631-33620-9 .
- State Association. Promoting and inhibiting elements in German history. (= Supplements to "Der Staat" , 12), Berlin 1998, ISBN 3-428-09172-8 .
- State founding 1918. (= Law and Social Science Series , 24), Frankfurt / Main a. a. 1999, ISBN 3-631-35001-5 .
- L'istituzione parlamentare nel XIX secolo. Una prospettiva comparata / The parliamentary institution in the 19th century. A perspective in comparison. Bologna / Berlin 2000 (edited together with Anna G. Manca).
- Elections and the right to vote. (= Supplements to "Der Staat" , 14), Berlin 2001, ISBN 978-3428102662 .
- The Austrian influences on the modernization of Japanese law. Austrian-Japanese legal relations III. (= Law and Social Science Series , 33), Frankfurt am Main a. a. 2007 (together with Kazuhiro Takii), ISBN 978-3-631-54918-6 .
- The guardian spirit and his friend. A conversation from Dr. Hoffer, Vienna 1814 [reprint. the Vienna 1814 edition]. Brief description of some of the main advantages of the new Austrian civil code before the French civil code / [ Franz Xaver Nippel ]. Hall in Tirol / Vienna 2011 (together with Elisabeth Berger), ISBN 978-3-85093-280-6 .
- General civil code for the entire German hereditary countries of the Austrian monarchy. Reprint on the occasion of the 200th anniversary, Hall in Tirol / Vienna 2011, ISBN 978-3-85093-270-7 .
- Treatise on the principles of the general civil code for the entire German hereditary countries of the Austrian monarchy. [Repr. der Ausg. Wien 1816–1820], 2nd edition, Hall in Tirol / Vienna 2011, ISBN 978-3-85093-271-4 .
- The head of state in the interwar period. (= A Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem, Jog- és Államtudományi Karának Könyvei: Tanulmányok , 7), Budapest 2011 (together with István Szabó), ISBN 978-963-277-314-8 .
- Civil society on paper: construction, codification and realization of civil society in the Habsburg monarchy. (= Writings on European legal and constitutional history , 59), Berlin 2014 (together with Milan Hlavačka), ISBN 978-3-428-13935-4 .
- The federal state organizations. (= A Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem, Jog- és Államtudományi Karának Könyvei: Tanulmányok , 27), Budapest 2015 (together with István Szabó), ISBN 978-963-308-240-9 .
- Land law draft for Austria under the Enns 1526. (= legal historical series , 452), Frankfurt / Main u. a. 2015, ISBN 978-3-631-51916-5 .
- Land law draft for Austria under the Enns 1573. (= legal historical series , 461), Frankfurt / Main u. a. 2015, ISBN 978-3-631-57007-4 .
Editorial activities (magazine, series)
- Co-editor of the Zeitschrift für Neuere Rechtsgeschichte (ZNR)
- Co-editor of the legal history series (Peter Lang Verlag)
- Editor of the legal and social science series (Peter Lang Verlag)
- Lothar Höbelt: Wilhelm Brauneder. Constitutional lawyer, third President of the National Council. In: Mitchell G. Ash , Josef Ehmer (Ed.): University - Politics - Society. (= 650 years University of Vienna - Departure into the new century , II), Göttingen 2015, pp. 383–388.
- Gabor Hamza: Wilhelm Brauneder: European history of private law. Vienna / Cologne / Weimar 2014. In: Jogtudományi Közlöny 70 (2015), pp. 226–228.
- APA / Red .: Wilhelm Brauneder: An ex-FPÖ politician as head of the blue commission. In: Die Presse , February 13, 2018 ("He was sitting on a blue ticket in the National Council, was the third President of the National Council - and was criticized (not only) for articles in the right-wing newspaper" Aula ". Now the 75-year-old is head of the Historians commission, which is supposed to deal with the FPÖ past. " Article online ).
- Conrad Seidl : FPÖ historian: Wilhelm Brauneder, professor of legal history and right-wing history. In the person of Wilhelm Brauneder, the Freedom Party found a friend of opinion who has repeatedly proven to be an independent thinker and critic. In: Der Standard , February 13, 2018 ( article online ).
- Christa Zöchling , Hubertus Czernin : In the sense of re-education. The world of Wilhelm Brauneder. In: profil , January 22, 1996 (on the occasion of Brauneder's election as third National Council President.) Republished in profil online on February 15, 2018 (on the occasion of Brauneder's presentation on February 14, 2018 as head of the FPÖ historians' committee).
- Gabor Hamza: Appreciation. In: G. Hamza, M. Hlavacka and K. Takii (eds.): Legal transfer in history. International commemorative publication for Wilhelm Brauneder on his 75th birthday. Peter Lang, Berlin / Bern / Vienna / u. a., 2019, pp. 5-7.
- MMag. Dr. Willi Brauneder on the website of the Austrian Parliament
- O.Univ.Prof. em. DDr.hc Dr.iur. Mag.rer.soc.oec. Wilhelm Brauneder. - Personal presentation on the website of the University of Vienna , undated (at least until 2017 as the last listed publications).
- Literature by and about Wilhelm Brauneder in the catalog of the German National Library
- Radio reports with and about Willi Brauneder in the online archive of the Austrian Media Library .
- ↑ Christa Zöchling : Graf was hall protection for German neo-Nazi. Martin Graf, the candidate for the Presidency of the National Council nominated by the FPÖ, was once a room guard for a neo-Nazi. Moderator of the event: a future member of the FPÖ. In: profil , October 4, 2008, retrieved on December 28, 2019. ( Article pages 1 and 2 online (PDF) as facsimile . In: Website of the Enotna Lista / Einheitsliste (EL), retrieved on December 28, 2019.)
- ^ WZ Online / APA : Criticism of Brauneder as head of the historians' commission. NGO wants to send the FPÖ commission material about the involvement of the FPÖ in right-wing extremism. In: Wiener Zeitung , February 13, 2018, accessed on December 28, 2019. Therein u. a .: “'The nomination of Wilhelm Brauneder as head of the commission testifies to the FPÖ's fear of real reassessment. Brauneder took part in events in the right-wing extremist milieu and launched texts in the right-wing extremist 'auditorium'. He is biased because he would have to make himself the subject of his investigation into the right-wing extremist entanglements of the FPÖ ', says Alexander Pollak , spokesman for SOS Mitmensch . "
- ↑ Jan Michael Marchart: FPÖ Historians Commission: The inventory analysis of the FPÖ in the documentation archive for the “Third Camp” was probably poor. In: Wiener Zeitung , August 7, 2019, accessed on December 28, 2019.
- ^ APA / Red .: Wilhelm Brauneder: An ex-FPÖ politician as head of the blue commission. (Here in the last sentence: "... the married father of two children ...") In: Die Presse , February 13, 2018, accessed on December 28, 2019.
- ↑ a b Who are we? In: Website of the Vienna Karl May Round, dated with the last change on November 18, 2019, accessed on December 28, 2019.
- ↑ Imprint. ("Provider: / Wiener Karl-May-Runde / Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Brauneder / […]".) In: Website of the Wiener Karl-May-Runde, dated with the last change on November 18, 2019, accessed on 28. December 2019.
- ↑ Karl-May-Briefe (= tables of contents of the editions from 1/2005 to 12/2016.) In: Website of the Wiener Karl-May-Runde, dated November 18, 2019 with the last change, accessed on December 28 2019.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Brauneder, Willi (real name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian lawyer and politician|
|DATE OF BIRTH||January 8, 1943|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Mödling , Lower Austria , Austria|