Lidewij van de Peut studied Assyriology at Leiden University, the Netherlands, with a special focus on the Akkadian and Hittite language. Her primary research interests include ancient Near Eastern literature, Akkadian and Hittite literature in particular, processes of text transmission including the reception of ‘foreign’ literature, intertextuality, performativity, and scribal practices in ancient Anatolia and Mesopotamia.
Lidewij van de Peut is doctoral fellow at the Excellence Cluster Topoi and within the program “Ancient Languages and Texts” (ALT) of the Berlin Graduate School of Ancient Studies (BerGSAS).
- 25.7.2014 - 26.7.2014WorkshopSource–Goal Asymmetry in Motion Events, Deixis, and Frames of ReferenceChair
- Summer semester 2014Reading GroupSoSe 2014Participant
- Winter semester 2013/2014Reading Group(WiSe 2013/14)Participant
- Winter semester 2013/2014Reading GroupParticipant
- 29.6.2013WorkshopAncient Intertextuality: Theories, Methods and their Application to Ancient TextsOrganiser, Speaker
- Winter semester 2012/2013Reading GroupParticipant