Dr. Eric-Oliver Mader
* 1968 in Munich
Studied modern and Medieval history at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich (LMU); graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy at the LMU in 2002. After a scholarship at the Institute for European Cultural History, he was appointed scientific collaborator at the chair of Prof. Dr. Winfried Schulze.
He is presently working on numerous research projects at Saarland University. The main focus of his research is biographic studies, experiential history, history of the Altes Reich, history of political theories, history of religious confessions and conversions, observational history and the history of Catholicism.
In addition to numerous scientific articles, he published his work Priester der Gerechtigkeit. - an essay on the position of the last generation of judges of the imperial supreme court on the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire in 2005.
2009 "Nymphenburg Palace - Pleasure Palace of the Wittelsbachs" has been published as part of the TopSpot Guides series.