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Elitenbildung Und Migration: Theologieprofessoren In Bremen (15841812). Ein Komparativ-Prosopographischer Versuch

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This chapter explores the non-theological reformed Bremer academics, early modern confessional identity and elite education. It explains the domestic and modest inter-university comparative perspective with respect to the Bremer theology professors in succession their geographical origin, their educational background and their professional fate, and their position in society: social origin and grade. To determine the social position of the target group, the knowledge of social origin is next to an insight into the training course, the professional fate and mobility, at the same time necessary. Some theologians came from wealthy merchants and magistrates families and possibly had some assets. The early modern history for the Family University characterizing internal marriages is explicitly found in Bremen. The chapter concludes with a discussion of elite education and migration. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Bremen; confessional identity; early modern history; elite education; geographical origin; migration



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