Elena Grigoryeva worked as a journalist before studying Russian Studies and Classical Philology at Lomonossow State University Moscow where she received her diploma in Classical Philology in 2005. While studying, she was teaching modern Greek at the Moscow Greek Society and Ancient Art and Culture at the School of the Young Philologist at Lomonossow University. Besides that, she did internships at diverse libraries and archives, such as the Eremitage or National Library in St. Petersburg. In 2002 she began a second degree program at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin where she received a master degree in Classical Philology in 2007. After having gained six years of research experience at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Elena started a doctoral fellowship in the Topoi research group (D-4) Immaterial Causes and physical space in 2013, where she also has participated in the research program “Ancient Languages and Texts” (ALT) at the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS).
- 2.6.2016TalkPart of: Übersetzen in Altertum und Altertumswissenschaften – Methoden, Praktiken, PhänomeneSpeaker
- 21.5.2015TalkDavid der Unbesiegbare. Auslegung der ‚Analytica’ des Aristoteles: Wiederherstellung des altgriechischen Textes, deutsche Übersetzung, KommentarPart of: Vortragskolloquium der Doktoranden des 3. JahrgangsSpeaker