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  • REPERTORIUM ACADEMICUM GERMANICUM The Graduated Scholars of
    eventually cover the entire territory of the Holy Roman Empire Non graduated noble visitors of universities are also taken into account The RAG which in the end will be a who is who of the scholars of the Old Empire offers divers new and interdisciplinary perspectives due to its vast collection of data Qualitative and quantitative statements on the intellectual elite of the Empire their European networks as well as institutional and territorial comparisons will be possible Thus the scholars role in pre modern society can be described on a firm empirical basis and explained within the framework of modern educational research with special reference to social cultural and scientific history Up to 50 000 scholars are to be expected The RAG is supported by the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften Historische Kommission bei der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften within the framework of the Academies Programme of the Federal Republic of Germany the Free State of Bavaria and the German state of Hesse Apart from that the RAG is an institution of the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences At the moment two groups work simultaneously on the project one at the University of Berne Switzerland and one at the

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  • REPERTORIUM ACADEMICUM GERMANICUM The Graduated Scholars of
    eventually cover the entire territory of the Holy Roman Empire Non graduated noble visitors of universities are also taken into account The RAG which in the end will be a who is who of the scholars of the Old Empire offers divers new and interdisciplinary perspectives due to its vast collection of data Qualitative and quantitative statements on the intellectual elite of the Empire their European networks as well as institutional and territorial comparisons will be possible Thus the scholars role in pre modern society can be described on a firm empirical basis and explained within the framework of modern educational research with special reference to social cultural and scientific history Up to 50 000 scholars are to be expected The RAG is supported by the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften Historische Kommission bei der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften within the framework of the Academies Programme of the Federal Republic of Germany the Free State of Bavaria and the German state of Hesse Apart from that the RAG is an institution of the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences At the moment two groups work simultaneously on the project one at the University of Berne Switzerland and one at the

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  • Team Berne: The Scholars from 1450 to 1550
    1450 and 1550 AD This work has now been done In close cooperation with the team in Giessen we are now consecutively focussing on various regions of the Reich Having completed studying the careers of Graduates in the Lower Rhine region we are currently concerned with the Upper and Middle Rhine region including Switzerland and Swabia Future modules will look at Southern Germany including Bohemia and Austria and to Middle and Northeast Germany As far as possible we are also taking into account those times the Graduates spent abroad especially in France Italy or Poland The work on the Repertorium started in 2001 Since January 2007 the project is financed by the Union of the German Academies of Sciences and Humanities in the preceding years it was supported by the SNF The Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences supports the project with a board of trustees RAG Team Prof Dr Rainer Christoph Schwinges director Prof Dr Christian Hesse director Dr phil Dipl Ing BA Suse Andresen consultant Dr phil Kaspar Gubler executive Irene Rettig lic phil Ursula Bütschli stud phil André Studer BA Carmen Tellenbach BA Brigitte Klingenberg Berberat lic phil Contact Repertorium Academicum Germanicum Universität Bern Historisches Institut

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  • Team Giessen: The Scholars until 1450
    currently concerned with the Upper and Middle Rhine region including Switzerland and Swabia Future modules will look at Southern Germany including Bohemia and Austria and to Middle and Northeast Germany As far as possible we are also taking into account those times the Graduates spent abroad especially in France Italy or Poland In Giessen work at the Repertorium began in October 2002 under the direction of Prof Dr Dr h

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  • Database
    of which roughly 47 000 can be found online The state of work is detailed under Content Under Search you will find the search mask German only The Manual explains the search mask there is also a German video explaining how to use the interface Under Publications you will find articles or books by collaborators of the RAG At the moment it is still possible that information belonging to one

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  • Atlas of Scholars
    Home Atlas of Scholars A dynamic atlas illustrating the mobility of scholars and the transfer of scholarly knowledge is in preparation and will be published here At the current stage you can find here static maps illustrating the following topics

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  • Selected Publications
    Kulturgeschichte der Gelehrten im späten Mittelalter hg von Frank Rexroth Vorträge und Forschungen LXXIII Ostfildern 2010 S 47 70 2009 Schwinges Rainer C Illustre Herren Markgrafen von Baden auf Bildungsreise 1452 1456 in Adel und Königtum im mittelalterlichen Schwaben Festschrift für Thomas Zotz zum 65 Geburtstag hg von Andreas Bihrer Mathias Kälble u Heinz Krieg Stuttgart 2009 S 392 405 Schwinges Rainer C Zugang für alle Jüdische Studenten und die mittelalterliche Universität in Juden in ihrer Umwelt Akkulturation des Judentums in Antike und Mittelalter hg von Matthias Konradt u Rainer C Schwinges Basel 2009 S 229 253 2008 Moraw Peter Gesammelte Beiträge zur Deutschen und Europäischen Universitätsgeschichte Strukturen Personen Entwicklungen Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance Bd 31 Leiden Boston 2008 Schwinges Rainer C Hg Universität im öffentlichen Raum Veröffentlichungen der Gesellschaft für Universitäts und Wissenschaftsgeschichte 10 Basel 2008 Schwinges Rainer C Repertorium Academicum Germanicum Ein Who s Who der graduierten Gelehrten des Alten Reiches 1250 1550 in Moraw Gesammelte Beiträge siehe oben S 577 602 Schwinges Rainer C Studenten und Gelehrte Studien zur Sozial und Kulturgeschichte deutscher Universitäten im Mittelalter Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance Bd 32 Leiden Boston 2008 Schwinges Rainer C Zur Wirkung von universitärem Wissen auf den Stadtraum im deutschen Spätmittelalter in Tradieren Vermitteln Anwenden Zum Umgang mit Wissensbeständen in spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Städten hg von Jörg Rogge Beiträge zu den Historischen Kulturwissenschaften 6 Berlin 2008 S 155 187 Hesse Christian und Rainer C Schwinge s Universitätsranking und Gelehrtenmobilität im Mittelalter Das Repertorium Academicum Germanicum RAG auf dem Weg zu den personalen Grundlagen der Wissensgesellschaft in Akademie aktuell 02 2008 S 15 18 Müller Rainer A und Rainer C Schwinges Hgg Wissenschaftsfreiheit in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart Veröffentlichungen der Gesellschaft für Universitäts und Wissenschaftsgeschichte 9 Basel 2008 Kändler Wolfram C und Wagner Frank Das Repertorium Academicum Germanicum RAG Grundlagenforschung für eine Geschichte des Wissens in Spiegel der Forschung Wissenschaftsmagazin der Justus Liebig Universität Gießen 25 1 2008 S 88 93 Read the article pdf 2007 Schwinges Rainer C Hg Examen Titel Promotionen Akademisches und staatliches Qualifikationswesen vom 13 bis zum 21 Jahrhundert Veröffentlichungen der Gesellschaft für Universitäts und Wissenschaftsgeschichte Bd 7 Basel 2007 including Schwinges Rainer C Acta Promotionum I Die Promotionsdokumente europäischer Universitäten des späten Mittelalters S 213 228 Hesse Christian Acta Promotionum II Die Promovierten der Universitäten im spätmittelalterlichen Reich Bemerkungen zu Quantität und Qualität S 229 250 Kändler Wolfram C und Wagner Frank Studienverhalten und Promotionswesen an deutschen Artistenfakultäten in der ersten Hälfte des 15 Jahrhunderts Vergleichende Bemerkungen zu den Universitäten in Erfurt Leipzig und Rostock S 385 410 Baeriswyl Andresen Suse Akzeptanz der Grade Die Antwort der Gesellschaft bis 1500 dargestellt am Beispiel der Markgrafen von Ansbach und Kurfürsten von Brandenburg S 451 487 Moraw Peter Zusammenfassender Kommentar S 739 752 Baeriswyl Andresen Suse Das Repertorium Academicum Germanicum Überlegungen zu einer modellorientierten Datenbankstruktur und zur Aufbereitung prosopographischer Informationen der graduierten Gelehrten des Spätmittelalters in Städtische Gesellschaft und Kirche im Spätmittelalter hg v Sigrid Schmitt und Michael

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  • Links
    Institut der Universität Gießen Abteilung Deutsche Landesgeschichte Gesellschaft für Universitäts und Wissenschaftsgeschichte GUW Other Research Projects in the Field of Prosopography Romana Repertoria online Germania Sacra Biographie Portal Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbereich erschienenen Drucke des 16 Jahrhunderts VD 16 Europa Humanistica Frühneuzeitliche Ärztebriefe des deutschsprachigen Raums 1500 1700 Deutsche Inschriften des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit Forschunsgsstelle für Personalschriften Marburg Prosopografia dell Università degli studi di Perugia Maestri e

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