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  • Mirjam Kotwick

    Onassis Greek Lecturer in the Philosophy Department

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    Mirjam Kotwick

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    Mirjam E. Kotwick joined the department in January 2016 as the Onassis Lecturer in Ancient Greek Thought and Language.  She received her Ph.D. in Greek Philology in 2014 from the Munich School of Ancient Philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany. Prior to her appointment at the New School she was a DAAD postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Michigan.


    Degrees Held

    PhD 2014, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich


    Recent Publications

    Books

     

    Alexander of Aphrodisias and the Text of Aristotle’s Metaphysics (California Classical Studies, Berkeley 2016).

     

    Der Papyrus von Derveni. Griechisch-deutsch. Eingeleitet, übersetzt und kommentiert (Berlin/Boston, De Gruyter 2017)

     

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    “The Entwicklungsgeschichte of a Text: On Werner Jaeger’s Edition of Aristotle’s Metaphysics.” In Werner Jaeger. Wissenschaft, Bildung, Politik, edited by Colin Guthrie King and Roberto Lo Presti, Berlin/New York (forthcoming).

     

    “On Aristotle’s Metaphysics A 4, 985a18–21: A Platonic Interpolation from Asclepius of Tralles’ commentary?” In Le Travail du Savoir / Wissensbewältigung. Philosophie, sciences exactes et sciences appliquées dans l’Antiquité. AKAN-Einzelschriften, Band 10, edited by Victor Gysembergh and Andreas Schwab. Trier 2015, 215–231.

     

    “Reconstructing Ancient Constructions of the Orphic Theogony—Aristotle, Syrianus, and Michael of Ephesus on Orpheus’ succession of the first gods.” Classical Quarterly 64.1 (2014): 75–90.

     

    “Gellius als Quelle bekannter und unbekannter Autoren – Zur Funktion der Tauros-Figur in der Darstellung der Lehre Platons in den Noctes Atticae.” Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft 35 (2011): 123–145. (As Mirjam Engert)


     


    Research Interests

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    Current Courses

    Ancient Greek, Beginner

    Ancient Greek, Intermediate

    Early Greek Philosophy

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