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Matthias M. Tischler was born on 18 March, 1968.
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Tischler has published in various languages (Catalan, English, French, German, Italian and Spanish) on the dissemination and use of Ostrogothic, Visigothic and Carolingian biographical, historiographical, juridical and philosophical texts and their effects on religious, social and political identity building, on the role of the Jews’, Christians’ and Muslims’ sacred and polemical texts from comparative intra- and transcultural standpoints and on central aspects of the intellectual history of individual scholars and religious orders in the Early, High and Late Middle Ages. He is a specialist of worldwide renown on the tradition of Carolingian culture in the Middle Ages. His more recent research interests are focused on the role of Carolingian culture in processes of identity building in the peripheries of post-Carolingian Europe (e.g. in Septimania and Catalonia), on the interrelationship between the medieval edition of biblical manuscripts and historiographical writing in transcultural societies, and on the transfer and transformation of scholasticism in European centres and peripheries of learning (e.g. in Franconia, Saxonia, Catalonia and Aragón). Tischler’s scholarly agenda revolves around developing codicological, palaeographical and philological studies within transcultural history, following methodologically his academic grandfather Bernhard Bischoff and his academic father Walter Berschin, the establishment of codicologically and philologically grounded Transcultural Medieval Studies on the Iberian Peninsula, the Mediterranean World and beyond, and the development of a new master narrative that accommodates medieval collective religious memories conflicting with each other on the basis of Jan Assmann’s and Aleida Assmann’s concept of cultural memory and Johannes Fried’s model of “historische Memorik”, in order to historically anchoring Europe’s current religious and cultural plurality in a global world order.
Tischler is just finishing a comprehensive monograph on the more or less unknown transfer of early scholastic learning from Northern France to the North-Eastern peripheries of the Holy Roman Empire in the 12th and 13th centuries. In addition, he is writing the first part of a trilogy of the history of Christian-Muslim encounters and entanglements in the medieval Iberian Peninsula between the 8th and 15th centuries. In March 2014, he has been installed as the official editor of the new critical edition of Einhart’s Vita Karoli, which will be published by the Monumenta Germaniae Historica in Munich. From May 2015 to April 2019, he co-directed (together with Walter Pohl) the FWF-project “Bible and Historiography in Transcultural Iberian Societies, 8th to 12th Centuries” at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna. Since 2015, he is responsible for the Latin section of the Corpus Biblicum Catalanicum, Barcelona. From September 2016 to August 2019, he co-directed (together with Stefan Esders, Berlin, Simon MacLean, St. Andrews, Sarah Hamilton, Exeter, and Max Diesenberger, Vienna) the HERA-project “After Empire: Using and Not Using the Past in the Crisis of the Carolingian World, c.900‒c.1050” (UNUP). Since December 2019, he is director of the new four-years project “Preaching Christ from a Transcultural Standpoint” which is preparing the critical edition of the Homiliary of Luculentius, the oldest indigenous work of Carolingian text culture in early medieval Catalonia (ca. 900). Tischler is also member of the international network “The Transformation of the Carolingian World” (TCW).
Tischler is the founder and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Transcultural Medieval Studies (JTMS), published by de Gruyter (Berlin – Munich – Boston) since 2014, which has been transformed into the Series Transcultural Medieval Studies, published by Brepols (Turnhout) from 2019 onwards. He is furthermore co-editor of Medievalia. Revista d’Estudis Medievals, UAB, of Arxiu de textos catalans antics of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans, of Bibliotheca Philosophorum Medii Aevi Cataloniae, published by Obrador edèndum (Santa Coloma de Queralt), and of Rarissima Mediaevalia. Opera Latina, published by Aschendorff (Munster/W.).
In September 2013, Tischler initiated the donation of the private library of the German philosopher Kurt Hübner (1921–2013) to the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). In November 2019, he has initiated an official exchange of publications (journals, book series) between the Institut d’Estudis Medievals (IEM) of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and the Forschungsstelle für vergleichende Ordensgeschichte (FOVOG) of the University of Dresden.
Tischler wrote his PhD on the production, transmission, reception and edition of Einhart’s Vita Karoli in the Middle Ages and Modern Times. His habilitation thesis deals with the biblical legacy of the Augustinian abbey of St. Victor in Paris, a centre of scholastic learning with Europe-wide influence from the 12th to the 15th centuries.
Tischler has been a scientific consultant in the preparation of several historical exhibitions (“Kaiser Heinrich II.”, Bamberg, July 9 – Oktober 20, 2002; “Canossa 1077. Erschütterung der Welt. Geschichte, Kunst und Kultur am Aufgang der Romanik”, Paderborn, July 21 – November 5, 2006).
Tischler has been the scientific expert of the radio report “Einhart in Hessen”, Hessischer Rundfunk, HR 2 Kulturradio (2002; script and moderation: Andreas Horchler, Frankfurt/M.) and of the successful European documentary-drama “Karl der Große” (2010–2012; script: Christian Weber, Taglichtmedia, Cologne; director: Gabriele Wengler, Munich). Together with Hans Daiber and Alexander Fidora, he was a scientific expert of the documentary-drama “Lullius: Discovering Ramon Llull” (2016; producer: Òscar Palet Santandreu, Madrid).
Since 1992, Tischler has been invited for giving talks throughout Europe and North America, especially Austria (Vienna, Zwettl), Denmark (Odense), England (Leeds), France (Auxerre, Bordeaux, Nice, Paris and Tours), Germany (Berlin, Cologne, Dresden, Frankfurt/M., Hamburg, Heidelberg, Leipzig, Mainz, Reichenau, Rostock, Seligenstadt, Tübingen and Wolfenbüttel), Portugal (Lisbon), Spain (Barcelona, Bellaterra, Córdoba, Girona, Lleida, Madrid, Murcia and Santiago de Compostela), Switzerland (Berne, Einsiedeln and Fribourg), Canada (Montréal) and USA (Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo and Princeton).
Tischler studied Classical Philology and Medieval Latin, Medieval and Modern History, Applied Historical Sciences and Romance Philology at the Universities of Heidelberg and Munich (1989–1995). After his Heidelberg PhD in 1998 (director: Walter Berschin) he was a Post-graduate Fellow at the Deutsches Historisches Institut in Paris (1998–1999) and at the University of Bamberg (1999–2001), and a Scientific Assistant, Collaborator and Lecturer at the Hugo von Sankt Viktor-Institut in Frankfurt/M. and the University of Frankfurt/M. (2001–2009). In Frankfurt/M. he then studied Philosophy and Theology (2001–2009) with Rainer Berndt, and Islam and Christian-Muslim Encounters (2003–2005) with Christian Troll. After his Dresden habilitation in 2009 (director: Gert Melville) he was a Associate Professor of Medieval and Transcultural History at the University of Dresden up to 2012. Since 2013 he has been a Research Professor of Transcultural Medieval History at the Institut d’Estudis Medievals (IEM) of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). In the academic year 2014/2015 he was Visiting Professor at the École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris. In the academic year 2015/2016 he was Visiting Fellow at the Medieval Institute of the University of Notre Dame, Indiana. In 2016, he accepted the prestigious position of a Senior Research Professor of ICREA (Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats, English: Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies), Barcelona. In spring term 2019 he was a Short-term Visiting Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. In January 2020 he was a Visiting Fellow at the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel.
Matthias Martin Tischler (born March 18, 1968 in Münchberg, Bavaria) is a German palaeographer, philologist and historian, stemming from a multinational and -confessional family with Austrian, Bohemian, French and Hungarian origins. He is married to the Catalan philologist and linguist Eulàlia Vernet i Pons and lives with his family in L’Ametlla del Vallès, Barcelona and Münchberg, Bavaria.