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Post-doctorants 2015-2016

Michael Konaris

Post-doctoral researcher
Equipe(s) : GEHM
Laboratoire(s) de rattachement : CRH

Coordonnées professionnelles

michaelkonaris (a) yahoo.com

Projet de recherches

La religion grecque ancienne dans l'historiographie grecque moderne du XIXe siècle

Accueil et durée

Academic positions

9/2013-6/2014 : Princeton University
                              Ted and Elaine Athanassiades Postdoctoral Research Fellow
                              Stanley J. Seeger’52 Center for Hellenic Studies

 

10/2008-7/2013 :  Freie Universität, Berlin
                             Junior Researcher
                             Institut für Religionswissenschaft

Parcours universitaire

10/2003-7/2009 : Balliol College, Oxford
                          D.Phil. in Ancient History
 Dissertation title :
The Greek gods innineteenth-and early twentieth-century German and British scholarship Supervisor : Prof. Robert Parker

10/2002-6/2003 : St-Hugh’s College, Oxford
                                M.St. in Modern History
                                Focus: political and intellectualhistory of nineteenth-century Europe

10/2001-6/2002 : Queens’ College, Cambridge
                                M.Phil. in Classics
                                Focus: Greek Religion

10/1996-6/2001 : St-Hugh’s College, Oxford
                                B.A. in Literae Humaniores
                                Final Honour School, class I ( rank 10)
                                Honour Moderations, class I

Scholarships

  • 01/2010-04/2010 : DAAD Research Grant

  • 10/2008-01/2009 : DAAD Research Grant

  • 2005-2007 : A.G. Leventis Foundation Educational Grant

  • 2004-2005 : Murray Bursary for Graduate Study, Balliol College, Oxford

  • 1999 : Smith Rippon Scholarship, St Hugh’s College, Oxford

Publications

  • The Greek gods inthe history of classical scholarship. Rival theories of interpretation in nineteenth century Germany and Britain (Doctoral dissertation under contract with Oxford Classical Monographs). (Forthcoming)

  • "Religious History" in A. Lanieri, K. Vlassopoulos (eds.), A Companion to the Modern Historiography of Ancient Greek History (Brill).‘Dionysos in nineteenth-century scholarship’, inR. Schlesier (ed.),A different God? Dionysos and ancient polytheism, Berlin 2011, 467-478.

  • “Apollo in nineteenth-century scholarship: the case of K.O. Müller”,in M. Haysom, J. Wallensten (eds.),Current Approaches to Religionin Ancient Greece, Stockholm 2011, 13-22.

  • “The Greek Gods in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century German and British Scholarship”, inJ.N. Bremmer, A. Erskine (eds.),The Gods of Ancient Greece: Identities and Transformations, Edinburgh2010, 483-503.

Entries in encyclopedias

  • Entries on “Foreign Religions” and “Pannychhis” in the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. (Forthcoming)

  • Entries on “Apollo” and “Ares” in the Wiley-BlackwellEncyclopedia of Ancient History.2012.

Conférences

January 2014
‘Greek religion in the 1920s and the Great War: Wilamowitz, Diels, Harrison’. Paper presented in the workshop ‘Postclassicisms: the 1920s’ at the Classics Department, Princeton University.

October 2013
‘The Greek gods in the history of classical scholarship’. Paper presented at the Center for Hellenic Studies, Princeton University.

May 2013
‘Charles Segal’s Dionysiac Poetics and Euripides’ Bacchae’.Paper presented in the eighth international workshop on Dionysos, Institut für Religionswissenschaft, Freie Universität, Berlin.

December 2012
‘Men, wolves and human sacrifice: revisiting the myths and rituals of Mt Lykaion’. Paper presented in the fourth international M.P. Nilsson workshop on Greek religion ‘Of myths and men: Greek mythology revisited’,Swedish Archaeological Institute,Athens.

June 2012
‘Elizabeth Robins’ Maenadism in religion’. Paper presented in the seventh international workshop on Dionysos, Institut für Religionswissenschaft, Freie Universität, Berlin.

December 2010
‘Syncretism: origins and controversies’. Paper presented in the third international M.P. Nilsson workshop on Greek Religion ‘In Search of Syncretism’, Swedish Archaeological Institute,Athens.

February 2010
‘Ein Hauch der dionysischen Religion liegt doch über allem: Wilamowitz’s interpretation of Dionysos’. Paper presented in the international conference ‘Redefining Dionysus: Myth and Cult’, Complutense University of Madrid.

March 2009
‘Dionysos in nineteenth-century scholarship’. Paper presentedin the international conference ‘A different God? Dionysos and ancient polytheism’, Freie Universität, Berlin.

November 2008
‘Approaches to Greek Polytheism: a historical perspective’. Paper presented in the second international M.P. Nilsson workshop on Greek religion ‘Polytheism in Practice’, Swedish Archaeological Institute, Athens.

April 2008
‘Apollo in nineteenth-century scholarship: the case of K.O. Müller’. Paper presentedinthe international conference‘Current Approaches to Religionin Ancient Greece’,British School at Athensand theSwedish Archaeological Institute,Athens.

November 2007
‘The Greek Gods in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century German and British Scholarship’. Paper presented in the fifth A.G. Leventis international conference ‘The Gods of Ancient Greece: Identities and Transformations’,Edinburgh.

Enseignement

2010-2013 : Seminars on Greek and Roman religion and literature at theInstitut für Religionswissenschaft, Freie Universität, Berlin.

Langues

English, German, French (reading skills), Greek (native)

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CNRS

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