Tomoki Kitazumi

Tomoki Kitazumi studied Ancient Orientalistics at Freie Universität Berlin. Currently he works on his dissertation in the Topoi research group (C-1) Deixis and Frames of Reference: Strategies of Perspectivation in Language, Text, and Image and  in the PhD program “Ancient Languages and Texts” (ALT) at the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS). His thesis investigates the translation practices of the hittites and especially their aspirations concerning intercultural transfers and aims to contribute to the present discussion of the multilingual transmission of the hittite realm.


Further Activities

31.5.2016 Presentation The Concept of Time and Chronometry according to the Hittite Textual Corpus
Part of: Einrichtung eines Einsteinzentrums Chronoi, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte
 31.3.–1.4.2016 Talk “Die sog. „Glossenkeile“ als schriftliche Konvention”
Part of: Zweites Indogermanistisches Forschungskolloquium, Würzburg
 1.–7.9.2014 Talk “On the typology of placing paragraph dividers in the Hittite texts”
Part of: IX. Hititoloji Kongresi / IX. Hittitology Congress, Çorum, Turkey