Curriculum Vitae

Education:

 

Since 10/2016 Doctoral student at the Research Training Group 1876 "Early Concepts of Man and Nature: Universal, Local, Borrowed", Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
11/2012-09/2016 M.A. in Classical Philology(Greek Studies 75%; Latin Studies 25%).
Master thesis: "Nacht als Element der Schaffung und Durchbrechung von Strukturen in der Ilias und Euripides’ Rhesos"; (Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Jonas Grethlein; Prof. William Furley)
10/2012 B.A. in Classical Philology (Greek Studies 50%; Latin Studies 50%).
Bachelor thesis: "Licht und Dunkel in den großen Homerischen Hymnen"; (Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Jonas Grethlein; Prof. Dr. Gerrit Kloss)

 

Study Abroad:

08/2012-06/2013 Study at the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon (ERASMUS-Programm)

 

Professional Experience:

Since 10/2019 Lectureship at the Institute for Classical Philology, TU Dresden
10/2016-09/2019 Research assistant at the Research Training Group 1876 "Early Concepts of Man and Nature: Universal, Local, Borrowed", Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
10/2016-10/2018 Co-editor of the Weblog of the Research Training Group 1876 “Early Concepts of Humans and Nature: Universal, Specific, Interchanged” Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
04/2015-09/2016 Lectureship at the seminar for Classical Philology; Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg
09/2013-09/2016 and
05/2009-07/2012
Student assistant at the Department of Greek Literature in Heidelberg

 

Teaching:

WiSe 2019/20 Propädeutikum Latein” (Latin grammar), TU Dresden
WiSe 2017/18 "Griechische Lektüreübung Homerische Hymnen" (Greek translation: Homeric Hymns), Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz
SoSe 2016 "Griechische Stilübungen I” (Greek prose composition), Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg
SoSe 2015 "Griechische Stilübungen I” (Greek prose composition), Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg
SoSe 2014 -        WiSe 2015/16 "Tutorium zum Graecum und zur griechischen Grammatik” (Greek translation and grammar for beginners), Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg