Flavia Licciardello M.A.
This project focuses on the relationship between Greek literary epigrams and their epigraphic models. Its aim is to analyse the use of deixis both in actual verse inscriptions and in Hellenistic literary epigrams of an inscriptional type. In particular, I would like to investigate how inscribed epigrams point to their setting and surrounding space and which strategies are employed in a new, literary context to recreate the idea of the space and circumstances originally associated with such poetic forms.
This dissertation project is being conducted within the research group C-1 Deixis and frames of reference: Strategies of perspectivation in language, text, and image of the Excellence Cluster 264 Topoi.
|Since 10/2014||PhD in Classical Philology at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin|
|03/2014||University of Bologna, School of Art, Humanities and Cultural Heritage – MA in Classics (110/110 cum laude)|
|01/2014 – 03/2014||Visiting student at the University of Cambridge, Faculty of Classics|
|04/2013 – 09/2013||Erasmus scholarship: Semester at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg|
|07/2011||University of Bologna, Faculty of Art and Philosophy – BA in Classics (110/110 cum laude).|