Andreas Bingener - Andreas Bingener

Andreas Bingener (* 1959 ) is a German historian .


After studying history, sociology and political science at the University of Siegen Bingener 1995 with a thesis on administration and finance of the city of Siegen (1500-1610) for Dr. phil. PhD. From 1993 to 1995 he worked on the DFG project "The budget bills of smaller princely territories in north and south-west Germany during the 15th century: The bishopric of Basel and the county of Nassau-Dillenburg in comparison".

In 2002, Bingener created an exhibition concept for the Museum Wilnsdorf on the history of the Grimberg mine , the everyday life of miners and the job of the mine separator in the winding tower of the Grimberg mine near Niederdielfen (Wilnsdorf municipality).

From 2003 to 2005 and from 2007 to 2010 he was entrusted with two research projects at the Department of Older Mining History at the German Mining Museum in Bochum : Alpine mining. The Schwazer Bergbuch. An edition : The past and future of social security systems using the example of the Federal Miners' Union and their successors .

Bingener has been responsible for the Siegerland magazine as the editor-in-chief since 2005 . Sheets of the Siegerland Homeland and History Association ; from 2010 to 2015 he was editor of the mining history journal Der Anschnitt .

From 2006 to 2007 and 2011 to 2014 he held a teaching position at the University of Siegen with exercises on regional history and on medieval and early modern literacy.

From 2011 to 2015 Bingener worked in the research project "Eisenstrasse Südwestfalen" of the association WasserEisenLand (Regionale 2013). Starting in 2016, he will be inventorying the exhibits in the Burbach Museum for the local history association “Alte Vogtei” Burbach e. V.

Bingener was chairman of the Siegerland Heimat- und Geschichtsverein from 2002 to 2014 and was re-elected to the board in 2016. Since 1999 he has been a member of the Historical Commission for Nassau and since 2007 a member of the Historical Commission for Westphalia .

Works (selection)

  • Literature by and about Andreas Bingener in the catalog of the German National Library
  • Medieval metal trade in the Harz Mountains - markets and transport routes . In: ScriptaMercaturae - Journal for Economic and Social History. Volume 32, Issue 2, 1998, pp. 20-42.
  • Iron smelting on the Eisernbach. The Eiserfelder Hütte and its trades . In: Siegerland: Sheets of the Siegerland Homeland and History Association. ISSN 1435-7364 , Volume 76, Issue 2, 1999, pp 111-124.
  • Construction costs in the Nassau (Ober-) Amt Siegen using the example of the pension bill from 1463/64 . In: Harm von Seggern; Gerhard Fouquet (ed.): Nobility and number. Studies on aristocratic arithmetic and housekeeping in the late Middle Ages and early modern times , Ubstadt-Weiher 2000, ISBN 3-89735-149-8 , (= Pforzheim Conversations on Social, Economic and Urban History, 1), pp. 121-134.
  • with Erich Schmidt: Krombach - history of a Siegerland village . With the participation of Volker Heinrich and Fritz Katz, ed. from the Evangelical Reformed Church Community of Krombach. Kreuztal 2001, ISBN 3-925498-68-0 .
  • Health aspects in connection with the food supply in Schwaz in the middle of the 16th century . In: Wolfgang Ingenhaeff; Johann Bair (Ed.): Mountain people and medicine. "Disease and healing come from nature". Black silver . 3rd International Mining Symposium Schwaz 2004. Proceedings, Innsbruck 2005, pp. 49–69.
  • with Christoph Bartels and Rainer Slotta : The Schwazer Bergbuch. Volume III, self-published by the German Mining Museum, Bochum 2006, ISBN 3-937203-22-2 .
  • The arms industry of the city of Siegen in the first half of the 16th century and its integration into the Nassau territorial policy. In: Siegerland: Sheets of the Siegerland Homeland and History Association. ISSN 1435-7364 , Volume 84, Issue 2, 2007, pp. 121-154.
  • Carrier of the Tyrolean mining policy in the middle of the 16th century. Official factions in their contrasts and similarities, in: Angelika Westermann; Ekkehard Westermann (ed.), Economic steering coal and steel administration - Princely entrepreneur - mercantilism. Relationship between the training of a competent civil service and state monetary and economic policy in the early modern period, Husum 2009, pp. 95–111.
  • Freudenberg , in: Westfälischer Städteatlas, Delivery IX, No. 1, 2010, ed. v. Cornelia Kneppe and Mechthild Siekmann, Altenbeken 2010 (= publications of the Historical Commission for Westphalia, XXXVI), (growth phase map 1: 5000 in connection with Dr. Cornelia Kneppe).
  • The history of the Knappschaft - a search for traces from 1260 to 2005 . With contributions by Ulrich Lauf, Marc von Miquel and Jürgen Jenko. In: Christoph Bartels (Hrsg.): “… Highly frowned upon self-help…” On the origin and development of social insurance in mining, shipping and the railways , Bochum 2012, ISBN 3-937203-57-5 , pp. 13-200.
  • Hauberg and meadow construction as basic forms of economic activity in the Siegerland , in: Museums + Landscape in South Westphalia - A Guide , ed. v. Günter Bernhardt, Susanne Thomas and Sabine Risse on behalf of the Regional Association of Westphalia-Lippe and others (= materials from the LWL Museum Office for Westphalia, vol. 7), Münster 2012, pp. 118–127.
  • From private "Haen" to cooperative use of the Hauberg. On the development of the Hauberg in Siegerland . In: Siegerland: Sheets of the Siegerland Homeland and History Association . ISSN 1435-7364 , Volume 92, Issue 2, 2015, pp. 206-28.
  • The Archbishops of Cologne and the Counts of Nassau in northeast Siegerland - the focus is on Hilchenbach Castle and Ginsberg Castle . In: Olaf Wagener (Ed.): Grenz / Landwehr / Burgen / The northern Siegerland in the Middle Ages and in the early modern times , Kreuztal 2015 (= Kreuztaler Rückblicke, Vol. 4; Contributions to the history of Hilchenbach, Vol. 28), p. 121 -138.