Federico Longo studied history in Florence with a focus on the ancient Near East. While studying he spent one semester at Freie Universität Berlin for researching his master-thesis topic. Since February 2013 he is doctoral fellow at the Excellence Cluster Topoi in the research group (B-4) Space – identity – locality and the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies within the program “Ancient Languages and Texts” (ALT).
His thesis deals with the diverse cultural influences of ancient Hittite magical texts. His main research questions concern the origin of these writings, the method of transmitting ritual motives into the Hittite tradition and which role regional traditions played in the adoption, genesis and dispersion of Hittite ritual texts.
- 27.10.2015TalkPart of: Hittite Textual Tradition and External InfluencesSpeaker
- 26.10.2015 - 27.10.2015WorkshopOrganiser
- 28.11.2013TalkEin Beispiel für Regionalisierung von ‚globalem" WissenPart of: Meeting of the Key Topic Identities — Think TankSpeaker
20.-23.07.2015 Workshop Digitalisation of cuneiform
14.04.2015 Talk Il corpus dei testi rituali ittiti: una introduzione al problema delle tradizioni rituali di ḪattusaLecture at the “Università degli Studi di Firenze”, Florence (Italy)
9.10.2014 Talk Real space and Symbolic space: the spatial aspect of performance in Hittite ritual compositions
Part of : Interdisciplinas – Interdisziplinarität als Chance und Problem in der altertumswissenschaftlichen Forschung, LMU München (Munich, 06.-09.10.2014)