Associated doctoral students

Riccardo Andreozzi (Egyptology)
Cultural exchanges in the botanical and pharmaceutical field in Greek-roman Egypt

Dominic Bärsch (Classical Philology)
Ends of the World. Concepts of Dissolution in Greek and Latin Literature

Laura Borghetti (Byzantine Studies)
Concepts of Winds in Byzantium from the 9th to the 11th Century. A Study on the Literary Depictions of a Meteorological Phenomenon

Shahrzad Irannejad (Pharmaceutical Biology)
Localization of the Avicennean inner senses in a Hippocratic body

Sina Lehnig (Classical Archaeology)
Foodways Through the Desert. Diet as an Indicator for Identity and Social Responses to Environmental and Cultural Challenges in Arabia and Palaestina (2nd to 8th century CE)

Marie-Charlotte von Lehsten (Classical Philology)
Concepts of night in archaic and classical Greek literature

Aleksandar Milenković (Classical Philology)
Concepts of visual perception in Greek scientific thought from the 5th century BC to the 2nd century AD.

Rebekka Pabst (Egyptology)
The Dead Body. Studies on Concepts of the „Corpse“ in Ancient Egypt.

Oxana Polozhentseva (German Language and Literature Studies)
Dead bodies: Semantics of the mortal / transient in the German Medieval Texts

Jonny Russell (Egyptology)
The Theory of Healing in Ancient Egypt: The Biophysical and Cultural Realities of Healing Practices from the Nile Valley during the Late Second Millennium BCE

Sonja Speck (Egyptology)
Origins and development of Ancient Egyptian body concepts in Pre- and Early Dynastic anthropomorphic sculpture.

Jakub Sypiański (Byzantine Studies) (on leave)
Science without frontiers? Political context of circulation of knowledge between the Byzantine Empire and the Muslim world in 750-1100 C.E.

Katharina Zartner (Near Eastern Archaeology)
Protector of the herds, opponent of the wilderness, Lord of the animals. An investigation into the figure of the hero with six curls.