Short CV/Education and training

  • 1964 – 1970
    Studied interpretation (French) in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Vienna, Austria

    1965 – 1972
    Studied law at the University of Vienna

  • 1968
    Received the Diplom degree in interpretation (French) in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Vienna

  • 1970
    Doctorate (Dr. jur. – Juris Doctor) in the Faculty of Law at the University of Vienna

  • 1972
    Research associate at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

  • 1994 – 2000
    Representative of the academic staff of the Institute in the humanities section of the Max Planck Society

  • 1995
    Appointed honorary professor at Giessen University, Germany

  • 1999 – 2008
    Head of the sub-project "Communicating legal knowledge in the 19th century" within the Collaborative Research Centre SFB/FK 435 "Culture of knowledge and social change" at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Selected publications

  • Dölemeyer, B.: Frankfurter Juristen im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert, Frankfurt am Main 1993.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: Die Hugenotten, Kohlhammer (Stuttgart, Urban Taschenbuch) 2006, 231 pages.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: Mitarbeit am Handbuch der Quellen und Literatur der neueren europäischen Rechtsgeschichte, ed. by Helmut Coing, Munich 1973-1986: Volume III/2: Kodifikation des Zivilrechts im deutschen Rechtskreis; VOlume III/3: Geschichte des Urheberrechts und Patentrechts in Europa.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: Repertorium ungedruckter Quellen zur Rechtsprechung. Deutschland 1800-1945, 2 volumes, ed. and introduction by Barbara Dölemeyer, Frankfurt am Main 1995 (Rechtsprechung. Materialien und Studien Volume 9), XXVII, XXIV.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: Juristische Briefwechsel des 19. Jahrhunderts, ed. by Barbara Dölemeyer and Aldo Mazzacane, 10 volumes, Frankfurt am Main 2000-2009.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: "Frau und Familie im Privatrecht des 19. Jahrhunderts", in: Geschichte der Frauen im Recht. Von der Frühen Neuzeit bis zur Gegenwart, ed. by Ute Gerhard, Munich 1997, pp. 633-658.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: "Die Frankfurter Anwaltschaft zwischen 1933 und 1945", in: Rechtsanwälte und ihre Selbstverwaltung 1878 bis 1998, publ. by the Rechtsanwaltskammer Frankfurt am Main, Wiesbaden 1998, pp. 59-129.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: "Kodifizierung/Kodifikation", in: Der Neue Pauly. Enzyklopädie der Antike, Volume 14, J. B. Metzler: Stuttgart/Weimar 2000, pp. 1003-1009.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: "Rechtsgeschichte", in: Rechtswissenschaft und Rechtsliteratur im 20. Jahrhundert. Mit Beiträgen zur Entwicklung des Verlags C.H.Beck, ed. by Dietmar Willoweit, Munich (Beck) 2007, pp. 1147-1163.

  • Dölemeyer, B.: "Justiz", in: Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit Volume 6, Stuttgart-Weimar (J. B. Metzler) 2007, pp. 203-226.


Selected projects

  • One of the editors of the article "Justiz" (judiciary) for the German-language encyclopaedia of the modern period (Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit)

  • Subject-matter editor for "Rechtsgeschichte" (legal history) for Europäische Geschichte Online / European History Online (EGO)

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Member of the historical commission for Hessen, Darmstadt, since 2009; deputy chairperson, since 1998

  • Member of the historical commission for Frankfurt, since 2006

  • Member of the historical commission for Nassau, since 2004

  • Member of the academic advisory board of the Hessische Kirchengeschichtliche Vereinigung (society for church history in Hessen)

  • Member of the advisory board of the Hölderlin Society, Tübingen

  • Member of the board of trustees of the non-profit Kulturfond FrankfurtRheinMain (cultural organisation)

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