Dr. Felix Albrecht

Arbeitsstellenleiter
Phone
+49-(0)551-39 37014
Email
felix.albrecht@uni-goettingen.de
Academic Education
2001 – 2005
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
2005 – 2006
Pontificia Università Gregoriana, Rome
2006 – 2008
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Scientific Degrees
2008
Dipl.-Theol., Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel
2017
Dr. theol., Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Professional Career
Since 01/2020
Arbeitsstellenleiter, Die Editio critica maior des griechischen Psalters, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
01/2016 – 12/2019
Koordinator, Kommission zur Edition und Erforschung der Septuaginta, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
10/2015 – 12/2015
Arbeitsstellenleiter, Septuaginta-Unternehmen, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
04/2015 – 12/2019
Wiss. Mitarbeiter, Complete Edition of the Coptic-Sahidic Old Testament, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
09/2008 – 09/2015
Wiss. Mitarbeiter, Septuaginta-Unternehmen, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
09/2008 – 08/2014
Lehrstuhlassistent, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Miscellaneous
Further Scientific Activities (Selected)
07/2018 – 12/2018
Visiting Scholar, Helsinki Centre of Excellence “Changes in Sacred Texts and Traditions” (Academy of Finland/ University of Helsinki)
Since 2018
Editor of Psalms for “The Hexapla Institute”
Since 2018
Chair SBL-IOSCS Programme Unit “Göttingen Septuagint”
Since 2019
Co-Chair EABS Research Unit „Parabiblical Texts: Literature Inhabiting the Narrative World of Scriptural Texts“
Since 2020
Secretary of the International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (IOSCS).
Selected Publications
(1)
Vom Bernstein zum Luchsstein. Der im Hebräischen mit lšm bezeichnete Stein und seine Äquivalente in Septuaginta und Vetus Latina (Indogermanische Bibliothek. 3. Reihe, Untersuchungen), Heidelberg 2021 – ISBN: 978-3-8253-4799-4. 
(2)
The History of Septuagint Studies. Editions of the Septuagint, in: A.G. Salvesen/ T.M. Law (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of the Septuagint, Oxford 2021, pp. 53–70.
(3)
Report on the Göttingen Septuagint, in: Textus 29 (2020), pp. 201–220.
(4)
Die Psalmen Salomos. Griechischer Text nebst deutscher Übersetzung und Gesamtregister, Göttingen 2020 – ISBN: 978-3-525-57143-9.
(5)
Von der hebraica veritas zur vera graecitas: Origenes – Hesych – Lukian, in: Biblische Notizen 184 (2020), pp. 105–141.
(6)
Psalmi Salomonis edidit Felix Albrecht (Septuaginta. Vetus Testamentum Graecum auctoritate Academiae Scientiarum Gottingensis editum vol. XII, 3), Göttingen 2018 – ISBN: 978-3-525-53450-2.
(7)
Zur Wirkungsgeschichte des Septuagintapsalters im ägyptischen Christentum. Die griechisch-koptischen Bilinguen, in: M. Meiser u.a. (Hgg.), Die Septuaginta. Geschichte, Wirkung, Relevanz (WUNT 405), Tübingen 2018, pp. 481–495.
(8)
Die Göttinger Septuaginta, in: Journal of Septuagint and Cognate Studies 50 (2017), pp. 13–30. Co-author: Reinhard Gregor Kratz.
(9)
Die Weisheit Salomos übersetzt und eingeleitet von Felix Albrecht (Kleine Bibliothek der antiken jüdischen und christlichen Literatur), Göttingen 2015 – ISBN: 978-3-525-53464-9.
(10)
Epiphanius von Salamis, Über die zwölf Steine im hohepriesterlichen Brustschild (De duodecim gemmis rationalis). Nach dem Codex Vaticanus Borgianus Armenus 31 herausgegeben und übersetzt von Felix Albrecht und Arthur Manukyan (Gorgias Eastern Christian Studies 37), Piscataway 2014 – ISBN: 978-1-4632-0279-8.

Dr. Margherita Matera

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Phone
+49-(0)551-39 37019
Email
margherita.matera@mail.uni-goettingen.de
Academic Education
2004 – 2009
Università di Palermo
2009 – 2012
Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna
2015 – 2021
École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE), Paris and Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna
Scientific Degrees
2009
Bachelor’s Degree in Art Sciences and Technologies, Università di Palermo, Facultà di Lettere e Filosofia
2012
Master’s Degree in History and Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna, Facoltà di Conservazione dei Beni Culturali, Ravenna
2021
PhD, École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE) [école doctorale 472, Laboratoire d’étude sur le monothéisme, (LEM – UMR8584, CNRS), LabeX HASTEC] of Paris, and in international partnership with Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna, Dipartimento di Beni Culturali (DBC) di Ravenna
Professional Career
Since 01/2021
Wiss. Mitarbeiterin, Die Editio critica maior des griechischen Psalters, Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen
01/2013 – 12/2015
Research Assistant, International Project PALAMEDES (PALimpsestorum Aetatis Mediae EDitiones Et Studia), Dipartimento di Beni Culturali di Ravenna (DBC)
Miscellaneous
Further Scientific Activities (Selected)
2012 – 2013
State Scholarship Foundation (I.K.Y.), International Center of Hellenic Education, Culture & Vocational Training “Stavros Niarchos”. Ioannina, Greece
2010 – 2011
Erasmus Semester at the Ionian University Corfù: Departement of History, Departement of Archives Heritage
Selected Publications
(1)
Fragments anciens inédits de logique aristotélicienne. Le déchiffrement, in Étude sur le palimpseste Paris Bibliothèque nationale de France grec 1330, (PALimpsestorum Aetatis Mediae EDitiones Et Studia, 2) [in print]. Co-authors: Chiara Faraggiana, Federico Taverni.
(2)
Le texte du Nomocanon transmis par le Par. gr. 1330: quelques données significatives, in Étude sur le palimpseste Paris Bibliothèque nationale de France grec 1330, (PALimpsestorum Aetatis Mediae EDitiones Et Studia, 2) [in print]. Co-author: Chiara Faraggiana.
(3)
Testimonianze di Paragraphoi a coda ondulata in alcuni manoscritti greci di età bizantina, in Νέα Ῥώμη. Rivista di ricerche bizantinistiche, 14 (2017), pp. 535. Co-author: Felix Albrecht.

Dr. Georgi Parpulov

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Phone
+49-(0)551-39 37017
Email
georgi.parpulov@mail.uni-goettingen.de
Academic Education
1989 – 1994
Sofia University
1996 – 2004
University of Chicago
Scientific Degrees
1994
M.A., Sofia University
1998
M.A., University of Chicago
2004
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Professional Career
Since 01/2021
Wiss. Mitarbeiter, Die Editio critica maior des griechischen Psalters, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
09/2018 – 12/2020
Research Fellow, Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham
01/2018 – 06/2018
Market Researcher, Protronics Ltd, Oxford
10/2014 – 12/2017
Project Curator, Department of Britain, Prehistory, and Europe, British Museum, London
09/2011 – 09/2014
Research Fellow, Lincoln College, Oxford
09/2008 – 09/2011
Departmental Lecturer, History Faculty, University of Oxford
08/2005 – 08/2008
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Medieval Art, Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
Selected Publications
(1)
Catena Manuscripts of the Greek New Testament: A Catalogue (Texts and Studies: Third Series 25), Piscataway 2021.
(2)
Middle-Byzantine Evangelist Portraits: A Corpus (Manuscripta Biblica 7), Berlin 2022.
(3)
Kr in the Gospels, in: H. Houghton, D. Parker, and H. Strutwolf (eds.), The New Testament in Antiquity and Byzantium, Berlin 2019, pp. 203–213.
(4)
(ed.) Imagining the Divine: Art and the Rise of World Religions, Oxford 2017.
(5)
Six Scribes of the Early Comnenian Period, in: Estudios bizantinos 5, 2017, pp. 91–107.
(6)
Toward a History of Byzantine Psalters, ca. 850–1350 AD, Plovdiv 2014.
(7)
The Study of Byzantine Book Illumination: Past, Present, and Future, in: Palaeoslavica 21.2, 2013, pp. 202–222.
(8)
The Bibles of the Christian East, in: E. A. Matter and R. Marsden (eds.), The New Cambridge History of the Bible, vol. 2, Cambridge 2012, pp. 309–324.
(9)
Psalters and Personal Piety in Byzantium, in: R. S. Nelson and P. Magdalino (eds.), The Old Testament in Byzantium, Washington DC 2010, pp. 77–105.
(10)
Pre-1650 Cyrillic Manuscripts in U.S. Public Collections: A Catalogue, in: Palaeoslavica 18.2, 2010, pp. 1–53.

Dr. Maria Tomadaki

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Phone
+49-(0)551-3937016
Email
mtomada@uni-goettingen.de
Academic Education
2002 – 2009
University of Crete
2011 – 2014
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Scientific Degrees
2007
BA in Greek Philology, University of Crete
2009
MA in Byzantine Philology, University of Crete
2014
PhD in Byzantine Philology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Professional Career
Since 01/2021
Wiss. Mitarbeiterin, Die Editio critica maior des griechischen Psalters, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
06/2020 – 09/2020
Postdoctoral researcher, Database of Byzantine Book Epigrams, Ghent University
06/2017 – 05/2020
Postdoctoral researcher, John Tzetzes’ Thegony. Critical Edition, Ghent University
11/2013 – 05/2017
Scientific collaborator, Database of Byzantine Book Epigrams, Ghent University
09/2007 – 05/2011
Research assistant, Laboratory of Palaeography, University of Crete
Miscellaneous
Further Scientific Activities (Selected)
06/2019 – 09/2020
Secretary of the “Griekenlandcentrum”, Ghent University      
06/2016, 05/2017, 06/2019
Visiting Scholar, Academia Belgica (Rome)
03/2018 – 07/2018
Visiting Scholar, Institute of Greek and Latin Philology, University of Hamburg
02/2007 – 07/2007
Erasmus at the University Ca’ Foscari (Venice)
Selected Publications
(1)
Ioannis Geometres Poemata Iambica (Corpus Christianorum Series Graeca, Brepols Publishers), (critical edition of 236 poems) forthcoming.
(2)
“Constantine Manasses (ca. 1130–1187). A Dedicatory Epigram to the Sebastokratorissa Irene”, in F. Spingou (ed.), The Visual Culture of Later Byzantium (1081 – ca. 1330), Cambridge University Press (in print).
(3)
"A Relief of a Muse in 12th century Constantinople", in F. Spingou (eds.), The Visual Culture of Later Byzantium (1081 – ca. 1330), Cambridge University Press (in print).
(4)
“Manuel Korinthios’ Poems in Wellcomensis MS. 498”, in P. Bouras-Vallianatos (ed.), Exploring Greek Manuscripts in the Wellcome Library, London 2020, pp. 123–147.
(5)
“Epigrams on Charioteers: Themes and Function”, in I. Toth and A. Rhoby (eds.), Materials for the Study of Late Antique and Medieval Greek and Latin Inscriptions in Istanbul a Revised and Expanded Booklet, Vienna/Oxford 2020, pp. 83–87.
(6)
M. Tomadaki – E. van Opstall, “The Tragedians from a Byzantine Perspective: Book Epigrams on Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides”, Medioevo greco 19 (2019), pp. 193–220.
(7)
E. M. van Opstall – M. Tomadaki, “John Geometres: A Poet Around the Year 1000”, in W. Hörandner – A. Rhoby – N. Zagklas (eds.), A Companion to Byzantine Poetry, Leiden 2019, pp. 191–211.
(8)
"An Unpublished Poem on Porphyry”, Byzantinische Zeitschrift 111/3 (2018), pp. 777–792.
(9)
“The Reception of Ancient Greek Literature in the Iambic Poems of John Geometres”, in A. Rhoby – N. Zagklas (eds.), Middle and Late Byzantine Poetry: Texts and Contexts (Studies in Byzantine History and Civilization 14), Turnhout 2018, pp. 78–81. 
(10)
"Book review of Fevronia Nousia, Byzantine Textbooks of the Palaeologan Period (Studi e Testi, 505), Città del Vaticano, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 2016, 340 pages", Byzantion 87 (2017), pp. 443–446.

Johannes Gronemann

wiss. Hilfskraft
Phone
+49-(0)551-39 37020
Email
johannes.gronemann@mail.uni-goettingen.de

Lena Busemann

stud. Hilfskraft
Email
lenamarie.busemann@stud.uni-goettingen.de

Anne-Sophie Lehmann

stud. Hilfskraft
Phone
+49-(0)551-39 37015
Email
a.lehmann01@stud.uni-goettingen.de

Linda Pilz

stud. Hilfskraft
Phone
+49-(0)551-39 37015

Charlotte Schwuchow

stud. Hilfskraft
Phone
+49-(0)551-39 37015

Gästezimmer

Phone
+49-(0)551-39 37018

Former Team Members

- Jakob Quittkat (stud. Hilfskraft, 08-2020 – 08-2021)
- Marie Trebing (stud. Hilfskraft, 08-2020 – 08-2021)