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educator , historian

Helga Schultz, German historian, educator. Recipient Robert Kuczynski Preis award Jahrbuch Wirtschaftsgeschichte, 1983. Member Frankfurt Institute for Transformation Studies.

Background

Schultz, Helga was born on August 16, 1941 in Schwerin, Germany. Daughter of Peter and Gerda (Grospitz) Grimm.

Education

Staatsexamen, University Rostock, Germany, 1964. Diplom History, University Rostock, Germany, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, University Rostock, Germany, 1969.

Habilitation, University Rostock, Germany, 1978.

Career

Researcher Academy of Sciences, Berlin, 1977-1991. Professor Europa University Viadrina, Frankfurt V/Oder, Germany, since 1993. Assistant University Rostock, 1965-1977.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Social and Political Conflicts in Rostock During the 18th Century, 1973, Rural Handicraft in the Transformation from Feudalism to Capitalism, 1984, Berlin 1650-1800 - Social History of a Residence, 1992, Artisans, Merchants and Bankers - European Economic History in Early Modern Times, 1997. Editor: Frankfurt Border Region Studies, since 1996.

Membership

Member Frankfurt Institute for Transformation Studies.

Connections

Married Ludwig Schultz (divorced 1976). Children: Ulrike Himmelsbach, Anne Schützler.

father:
Peter Grimm

mother:
Gerda (Grospitz) Grimm

spouse:
Ludwig Schultz

children:
Ulrike Himmelsbach Schultz

Anne Schützler Schultz