Dr. Alexandra Schäfer-Griebel
Member of the academic staff, project "Religious peace treaties" (parental leave)
2011-2013: funded by the Gutenberg Academy, Johannes Gutenberg University; 2011-2012: Christine de Pizan Programme, Johannes Gutenberg University; since 2011: French-German doctoral college Dijon and Mainz; 2012: scholarship at the German Historical Institute, Paris; 2012-2014: doctoral scholarship from the Stipendienstiftung Rheinland-Pfalz.
2009-2010: graduate assistant in the "Mittelrheintal" project at Johannes Gutenberg University; since 2010: assistant lecturer for Early Modern History at Johannes Gutenberg University; 2010–2012: graduate assistant at the Leibniz Institute of European History in the project recensio.net; since 2014: member of the academic staff at the Leibniz Institute of European History.
Current research projects:
Religious Perseveration of Peace and Peace-making in Europe (1500–1800) – Digital Edition of Early Modern religious Peace Treaties
The edition provides for the first time the textual basis for comparative research on Early Modern religious peace-making in Europe. It includes detailed introductions and commentaries and covers the period from 1485 (Peace of Kuttenberg) to 1788 (so-called Woellner Edict of Religion).