Martin Uhrmacher studied history, historical regional studies, classical archaeology and ancient history at the University of Trier. His dissertation, supervised by Franz Irsigler, is dedicated to the history of leprosories in the Rhineland from the 12th to the 18th century. He has been teaching and researching at the Institute for History since the University was founded in 2003.

Since 2018 he is Assistant Professor.

His research areas are historical regional studies of Luxembourg, the Greater Region and the Rhineland, as well as urban history, social and economic history, historical cartography and medical history.

Research interests
Medieval History
Early Modern History
Greater Region
Urban History
Medical History

Latest content Martin Uhrmacher took part in

LUXATLAS – The first digital and interactive historical Luxembourg town atlas
Imagine that you could travel into the city of Luxembourg’s past, at the touch of a screen. This experience is now possible, thanks to the website, developed by the VILLUX project. This University of Luxembourg project, co-financed by the City of Luxembourg, provides an interactive digital tool that traces the history of the city of Luxembourg and illustrates the stages of its development over the last 200 years.