Nina Ogrowsky studied ancient Greek and Latin at the Humboldt-Universität Berlin. Currently she is doctoral fellow in research group (C-4) Pictorial Constructions of Space(s) with a thesis entitled “Räumliches Handeln im griechischen Roman”.
She participates in the PhD program Ancient Languages and Texts (ALT) at the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS).
Her project is written in cooperation with Ghent University and her second supervisor Prof. Dr. Koen de Temmerman. She is a visiting member in his ERC-project Novel Saints. Studies in Ancient Fiction and Hagiography” where she gave a paper on spatial representations in Achilles Tatius’ Leucippe and Clitophon in December 2016. Additionally her project cooperates with Amsterdam University and Prof. Dr. Irene J.F. de Jong
- 29.9.2016 - 30.9.2016WorkshopDecontextualisation and Transmediality in Ancient LiteraturesOrganiser
- 3.6.2016TalkPart of: Öffentliches Doktorandenkolloquium des Exzellenzclusters Topoi und der BerGSASSpeaker
01.12.16 Talk “Reading Love through Space? – Spatial Representations in Achilles Tatius’ Leucippe and Clitophon
Part of :“Exploring Key Concepts across Literary Fields: Spatiality, Performance & Reception, and Cultural Mobility & Embedded Narrative”, Ghent
04.10.15 Talk “How to Analyse Spatial Representations in the Greek Novels – A Narratological Approach”
Part of: ICAN V (International Conference on the Ancient Novel), Houston, Texas