Christoph Gstaltmeyr, Jahrgang 1959, Wien-Floridsdorf, Religionslehrer, Religionsportal www.schule.at, freier Journalist im Bereich Kultur, Bildung und kirchlicher Medien. Themenbereiche: Gott und die Welt, Ahnenforschung, Österreichische Zeitgeschichte (Hernals, Altes Wien, Nationalsozialismus). Verheiratet, sechs Kinder, sieben Enkelkinder.
Employed for 38 years by a transnational IT-company, in different functions. Starting as a local customer engineer and field manager, becoming later on a program manager in the European HQs, national manager of Service Business and manager of HW Services in the HQs for Central and Eastern Europe.
After retirement, I completed studies for political sciences at the University of Innsbruck and became a volunteer employee with the Red Cross Tirol till 2016, in different functions in the area of migration.
Since nearly 30 years I am a nonprofessional genealogy researcher, working on a number of genealogy projects, including my own family and my home-village. I have some experience in computer-genealogy, working finally with a true internet solution.
Helga Ebner, Dr. phil., geb. 1944 in Annaberg, NÖ.
Volksschule in Zell/Pram, OÖ, Gymnasium in Schärding.
Studium der Germanistik und Anglistik an der Universität Wien, Dissertation über ein mundartkundliches Thema.
Kurze Tätigkeit in der Dudenredaktion in Mannheim.
Neben Familienarbeit Rezensionstätigkeit, Aufsätze zur Kinder- und Jugendliteratur, Mitautorin an der „Literatur in Linz“, einer Linzer Literaturgeschichte, Aufsätze und Vorträge zu literarischen Themen.
Verfasserin einer Deutschgrammatik und eines Übungsbuchs zur Grammatik („Durchstarten Deutsch“)
Ab 1989 bis zur Pensionierung an der Pädagogischen Akademie der Diözese Linz in der Ausbildung von Deutschlehrern an Hauptschulen tätig.
Dr. Joachim Kemper ist Archivar und Historiker. Nach Stationen bei den staatlichen Archiven Bayerns und als Leiter der Abteilung Kulturelles Erbe Speyer ist er seit dem Jahr 2015 Leiter der Abteilung Sammlungen am Institut für Stadtgeschichte in Frankfurt am Main. Sein besonderes Interesse liegt im Bereich der Sozialen Medien und Offenen Archive – https://archive20.hypotheses.org/
Born in Eindhoven (the Netherlands) in 1958, Peer Boselie studied as an archivist (Den Haag 1979). Also studied theology and church-history (Heerlen/Nijmegen 1996). He worked as an archivist in Eindhoven, Maastricht and Sittard. Since 1999 he is director of the Sittard-Geleen and regional archives, from 2010 to 2015 also director of the Euregional Historic Centre (now Archief De Domijnen). Peer Boselie weiterlesen →
Dagmar Weidinger is a trained art historian. She has studied at the Universities of Vienna, London (UK) and Tours (F). After her PhD she has worked as a curator, lecturer and journalist, writing for various national and international newspapers and magazines. She joined ICARUS in 2014 taking over the press and public relations activities as well as working on the „insights“-magazine together with Kerstin Muff.
Martina Bolom-Kotari, PhD. (*1981) – was born in Havířov. She received her master and doctoral degree at the Masaryk University in Brno, Faculty of Arts, Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies. Between 2008 and 2010 she worked as an archivist at the Security Service Archive.
Since 2010 she has been working as Assistant Professor at the Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies, Philosophical Faculty, University of Hradec Králové in East Bohemia.
Since 2017 she is the head of Department. Her scientific interest lies in sigillography, with a special focus on the late medieval period and Early-Modern Age. She researches church history, church administration, late medieval and Early-Modern Age diplomatics. In her free time she enjoys travelling, walking and reading.
Daniel Jeller is an Austrian historian and information technology expert and the head of digitisation and IT at ICARUS, the International Centre for Archival Research in Vienna.
His work, apart from managing the digitisation and technical equipment at ICARUS is currently focussed on digitisation technologies and the effects of the so called Digital Age, the increased use of computer technologies in every aspect of life, on the study of history and auxiliary sciences of history. He started pursuing this topic while working as digitisation technician for ICARUS, where he was employed during his studies at the University of Vienna. The experiences he made during the various digitisation projects resulted in his master thesis “Archival material in the age of its digital reproduction”.
Additionally, he works on several software projects from the field of the Digital Humanities, mainly the Monasterium and ProDomo by ICARUS.
PhDr. Karel Maráz, Ph.D. was born on 16 August 1971 in Brno. From 1985 to 1989 he studied at the Grammar school in Mikulov, from 1989 to 1994 at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University, fields of study: History and Archival Science (Master’s degree, 1994).
His postgraduate studies took place at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University from 1994 to 2002, where he majored in Auxiliary Sciences Historical, specialising in sigillography (Ph.D. degree, 2002). He also completed his Pral doctorate examination (PhDr.) at the same faculty in 2003.
He worked as an archivist at the Moravian Land Archive in Brno from 1994 to 1996, as a scientist at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University, Institute of Auxiliary Sciences of History and Archival Science from 1996 to 2015.
Since 2015, he has worked for National Conservation Office, T. O. in Kroměříž and he has been lecturing at the Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies of Charles University in Prag (focusing medieval sigillography). His publication activity (selection) may be found on www.is.muni.cz (ID 1476, Karel Maráz).
Karel Müller was born in Ostrava in 1958. After graduation in History from the Faculty of Arts of the Palacký University Olomouc in 1982, he started to work at the Regional Archive in Opava. He works here till now.
He became a director in 1990. His work and publications are focused on Auxiliary Historical Sciences (Heraldry, Sigillography, Genealogy) and sources of history of Silesia.
He is a member of the Subcommittee for Heraldy and Vexillology of the Chamber of Deputies of Parliament of the Czech Republic since 1991. He lectures on Heraldry and sigillography at the Silesian University in Opava, till 2010 did it also at Palacký University Olomouc
Jan Štěpán was born in Olomouc in 1974. He graduated in History from the Faculty of Arts of the Palacký University Olomouc and then he started to work as an archivist in Olomouc in local branch of the Regional Archive in Opava. He became a deputy head in 2001.
His work and publications are focused on history of the end of 16th century – mainly on the diocese of Olomouc, sigillography and local history.
Hana Seichterová was born in Šternberk in 1984. After graduation in Archive Studies from the Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University in 2010, she started to work as an archivist in Olomouc in local branch of the Regional Archive in Opava. She works here till now.
Her work and publications are focused on the office of Moravian Vice-chamberlain in 16th century and sigillography.
Mgr. Kateřina Zenklová is a archivist at the National Archives in Prague.
She studied Archival Science and Auxiliary Sciences of History at the Charles University of Prague. She is an archivist of the National Archives in Prague, department of Self-Government, Government until 1848 and Church Institutions.
Main topics of her current research are related to municipal administration and municipal books in the Middle Ages, and auxiliary historical sciences (diplomatics, palaeography, sigillography).
Mgr. Jitka Křečková is anarchivist at the National Archives in Prague. She studied Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archives Studies – History at the Charles University of Prague. She is the head of the department of Self-Government, Government until 1848 and Church Institutions in the National Archives.
Between 1992 – 1994 she took part in the international project „Soziale Strukturen in Böhmen vom 16. zum 19. Jh.“ and since 1998 she has been participating in the project of a nation-wide catalogue of seals, seal matrices and casts in the Czech Republic.
In 2005 she joinedn the project Monasterium. The main topics of her current research are related to the church history and auxiliary historical sciences (Sigillography).
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