Henrike Simon is an egyptologist, who is particulary interested in egyptian literature and methods of literary studies in Egyptology. Since April 2008 Henrike Simon has worked as coordinator of research Area C “Perception and Representation” in the Excellence Cluster TOPOI at Freie Universität Berlin. Furthermore, she is a member of the graduate group C-I-1 “The Conception of Spaces in Language”. Her current research project focuses on the presentation of the enacting and overcoming of distances in egyptian texts. Since October 2011 she coordinates the graduate program Ancient Languages and Texts (ALT) at the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS), Freie Universität Berlin.
- Jun 29, 2013WorkshopAncient Intertextuality: Theories, Methods and their Application to Ancient TextsOrganiser
- Dec 10, 2010TalkIntrinische und extrinische Motivation zur Nachahmung fingierter Menschenbilder in ägyptischer LiteraturPart of: Space in Language, Writings and Images: Communalities and DifferencesSpeaker
- Dec 10, 2010ConferenceSpeaker
- Jun 09, 2009LectureOrganiser
- Nov 14, 2008WorkshopOrganiser