An article written about Margarete von Wrangell (1877-1932). Wrangell was an agricultural chemist and known as Germany's first female full professor in German. While she was alive Wrangell was a very successful scientist, her life and scientific work became well known after her death when, in 1935, her biography was published. Wrangell has become a feminist figure and her life is studied by women and gender studies. In 1928 Wrangell married her childhood friend Prince Vladimir Andronikov.
The article mentions that the marriage gave her Russian citizenship.
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“Professor Fürstin Andronikov: Die Seltsamen Lebensschickfale Des Ersten Weiblichen Deutschen Professors,” circa 1928. Papers of Georg and Max Bredig, Box 4, Folder 14. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/ruw1zam.
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Professor Fürstin Andronikov: die seltsamen Lebensschickfale des ersten weiblichen Deutschen Professors
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