Marina Vladislavovna Veksina works in the fields of Greek epigraphy, digital humanities and the history of the Greek language. Within the reserach group (B-5-3) Authorization of early Christian Knowledge Claims in Greece she takes part in the development of the epigraphic database Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae. She has produced digital edition of the Christian inscriptions of the Peloponnese including Corinthia and is currently working on the remaining parts of the mainland Greece except Epirus and Macedonia. M.Veksina’s research has been focused on the emergence of specifically Christian epigraphic habit, in particularly on the development of Christian formulae, connection between liturgy and inscriptions, and the role of inscriptions in sacred space.
- 13.1.2017TalkPart of: Personale Autorität -- PersönlichSpeaker
- 9.10.2015TalkPart of: Authority and Identity in Emerging Christianities in Asia Minor and GreeceSpeaker
|01.09. – 07.10.2018||Project of the autopsy and documentation of the early Christian inscriptions of Thessaly and Central Greece, jointly funded by the Excellence Cluster Topoi and École française d’Athènes within the frame of its program ‘Les chercheurs en résidence’|
|29.08. – 01.09.2017||15th International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy. Poster: Editing Early Christian Inscriptions for Inscriptiones Christianae Graecae Project: Some New Readings|